PM has instructed the Public Works and Finance Ministries to accelerate the reconstruction of National Road 2.
A South Korean model village programme is lauded as successful in 3 provinces.
Nearly 100 houses in Takeo and Kandal provinces were damaged during heavy storms.
Anti-drug trafficking police in Takeo arrest two women over the transport of 11 kilograms of marijuana in Kiri Chong Koh.
A fire engulfed hundreds of stalls at the Prey La’vea market in Takeo province’s Prey Kabbas district morning, destroying about five percent of the market.
Cambodian and Vietnamese authorities remind their respective citizens living along the border to not lease land to each other.
Anti-drug police in Takeo arrest a drug dealer and seized more than half a kilo of crystal methamphetamine in Tramkak district.
A new partnership with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations seeks to enhance the quality of local meat.
Government decides to make Road 21 more accessible to motorists in Takeo by alleviating the financial burden of paying tolls.
The Grassroots Democratic Party is expecting to win a majority of seats in Takeo province.
A former CNRP supporter is arrested for allegedly destroying a banner of the ruling CPP.
More than 100 workers at the Pontus Footwear factory in Tram Kak district faint.
One worker causes massive hysteria on the Pontus Footwear factory floor, prompting factory owners to give 249 workers rest.
70 representatives of the Grassroots Democratic Party gather at Phnom Da Temple.
At least 13 people are injured after a drunk driver smashed his car into a truck transporting garment workers.
Fours staff members of Save Children in Cambodia (an NGO) were killed in a traffic accident in Takeo province on Friday, June 22.
Prime Minister Hun Sen reiterates a call for garment workers to support his ruling CPP.
PM urges Cambodian fans not to lose money by betting on World Cup games.
Authorities in Baty shutter 43 factories producing fake palm sugar following repeated warning to owners to cease production.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday charged the general manager of an electricity company in Takeo province with breach of trust over the embezzlement of $120,000 from his employer.
Lightning strikes have killed four people and injured three others since early May.
South Korean non-government organisation, BYSOnanummaul, recently launched an Information Technology (IT) classroom at Chhouk Var High School in Phnom Penh last week, another significant proof of the contribution of South Korea to the development of Cambodia’s education system.
Two more people have been killed by lightning this week as parts of the country continue to be hammered by heavy rains.
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Former Takeo governor Lay Vannak has been booted from the CPP.
A solution is needed for a secondary school that only has one Grade 7 student.
The Development Council grants permission for three more companies this month to build new garment factories.
Construction of a plant capable of producing 2,000 cubic metres of clean water per day started in Kampot on Sunday.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court charges former Takeo provincial governor Lay Vannak.
Lay Vannak’s driver claimes Vannak killed his mistress and ordered him to cover it up.