Kampot, Takeo, Kampong Speu and Kep’s governors discuss demarcation of boundaries.
Takeo Administration praises the successful delivery of public services in the province achieved through dialogue with public.
Takeo is planning to build two statues to commemorate the products it is famous for.
A five-year-old boy in Takeo is stung to death by a swarm of wasps.
About 180,000 marijuana plants were burnt amid a two-day operation last week.
Takeo police arrest a man accused of killing his wife at their home in Kampong Por.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court concludes the trial of former Takeo provincial Governor Lay Vannak and his brother Lay Narith.
Takeo Authorities are on the lookout for African Swine Fever following reports that hundreds of pigs are sick or dying.
The weekends are made for us to unwind. For some, this could mean having a lazy day by the pool, reading their favourite book and watch the day passing them by slowly. While for others, it could mean escaping the concrete jungle for a slight breather. What if we tell you that there is enough time for you to squeeze in both activities over one weekend?
Court continues the trial of Lay Vannak, former Takeo provincial governor.
The Ministry of Social Affairs sends officials to six provinces to inform poor and disabled villagers of their right to government aid
Over 10,000 to celebrate Ploughing.
A farmer in Takeo province was jailed after he allegedly assaulted a commune clerk.
For something quite different, and a bit out of town, at Wat Preah Theat in Takeo, the sixth annual Bonn Phum (literally ‘village festival’) is an on-going attempt to reinvigorate the traditional pre-New Year village festivals.
Police in Chamkar Morn district arrested 35 year-old Lach Sophorn, who is suspected of spewing acid onto the face and chest of his 23 year-old lover, Khun Kosal.
About one month after an acid attack occurred in Takeo province’s Bati district, a family member of the victim yesterday expressed doubt that police will provide justice as reports emerged the suspect fled overseas.
The family of an acid attack victim urges Takeo authorities to speed up the search.
A witness in the murder case of Lay Vannak changes her story.
The third Best Paddy Competition came to an end Friday, crowning agricultural communities in three provinces for their jasmine, fragrant or IR rice varieties.
Lay Vannak denies any involvement in the murder of his mistress during his trial.
Two women and a man are tried over the slashing of a land broker after he hired one of the women to have sex in the city.
Police in Takeo and Battambang destroy more than 7,000 marijuana plants.
Police in Kirivong arrest a man who allegedly hacked a woman, severing one ear and causing serious injuries, over a $9 debt.
Takeo hosts the second stop in the 2019 Tiger Street Football Festival.
The 7th Tiger Street Football festival 2019 rolls into Takeo with its feast of football searching for the next batch of talented teams.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court has set a trial date for former Takeo provincial Governor Lay Vannak and his brother, a former deputy provincial police chief, over the murder of the former’s mistress.
It is the beginning of the harvest season, and a rice farmer in Takeo province walks to his field, located just behind his house, ready to inspect the rented machinery he will use to collect the crop.
Immigration Department deport +200 Chinese who were caught operating Voice over Internet Protocol scams.
More than 230 Chinese caught operating VoIP scams in Takeo will be deported.
Phnom Penh Court charges a teacher over the theft of his friend’s motorbike.