Prime Minister Hun Sen today repeated a call for all television stations to have sign language experts to interpret news to deaf viewers.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday jailed a woman for two years and her husband for a year, in absentia, for issuing a bad cheque to a businessman
A businesswoman is arrested by military police for allegedly cheating her friend and colleague out of $40,000.
The Ly Yong Phat Group announces it will invest millions of dollars to develop The Premier Land project to meet the demand for shophouses.
Blazing inferno destroys at least 16 villagers’ homes and displaced 18 families.
Nearly 300 chickens and ducks are culled after a new case of H5N1, was found inSen Sok district last week.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held for Premier Land and the event was attended by Ieng Aunny, the Vice-Governor of Phnom Penh.
A new case of bird flu is found in Sen Sok district after the National Institute of Animal Health and Production found the virus in three chickens.
Four men are arrested over the gang rape and murder of a 27-year-old woman, whose body was discarded in Sen Sok district.
A fire ripped through six houses in Sen Sok district, all of the houses were completely burned down yesterday.
More than 100 vendors seek help after the market owner ended their contracts.
Hok Phalla, 47, is detained over issuing a bad cheque worth $390,000 to another businesswoman.
Seng Theara, the defence lawyer for the plaintiff, says Mr Cheang Hour demands a total of $1.8 million in damages.
She allowed the masseuses to have sex with clients for between $20 and $30 and took $5 from each transaction as commission.
Prime Minister Hun Sen compares the arrest of former CNRP leader Kem Sokha with the United States’ legal action against Paul Manafort.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says members from two political parties and one NGO would replace the three members of the National Election Committee.
Sorn Seap, founder and director of Key Real Estate, has said that “land prices in Sen Sok have not seen any major increase or decrease recently