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  • A girl walks through the Andong village resettlement site, where many former residents of Borei Keila have been offered new homes. Life after Borei Keila: Evictees lament a lack of jobs and infrastructure at relocation site

    Some 16 kilometres from the centre of Phnom Penh, rows of faded white houses sit sleepily in the sun. Next to them is a small lake, its surface dotted with bits of rubbish. The fish in this lake provide income for some of the families who were relocated from the heart of Phnom Penh to Andong village to make space for a development project in Borei Keila near Olympic Stadium – but it’s not enough. Now, with authorities making a renewed push to relocate the last Borei Keila holdouts to Andong, residents say that with hardly any infrastructure, no public transport and no employment opportunities...

  • Funcinpec President Norodom Ranariddh signs in at the National Assembly ahead of a plenary session yesterday. Funcinpec shoots down rumours of Chinese VP

    The royalist Funcinpec party yesterday denied local media reports that it had appointed a Chinese national as vice president. Rasmei Kampuchea on Sunday put up an online story, quoting an anonymous Funcinpec official, alleging the party had appointed a Chinese man named Jack Kise to the post of party vice president – a move that would be illegal under the Law on Political Parties. “A senior Funcinpec party [member] leaked to Reaksmey Kampuchea on 13 January that Samdech Krom Prah Norodom [Ranariddh], president of the Funcinpec party, has appointed Jack Kise, who is a Chinese citizen, as...

A teenager stands with the 10-kilo haul of home-grown marijuana he was caught trying to sneak into Vietnam today. Photo supplied

Teenager allegedly busted with 10 kilos of weed en route to border

A teenager with a 10-kilo haul of home-grown marijuana was charged with drug possession and trafficking today after he was allegedly caught in Takeo province trying to ferry the...

Green and blue mesh cover buildings under construction in Phnom Penh.

Experts optimistic on property sector in 2018

Experts and investors in the property sector are optimistic about the growth of the Kingdom’s real estate market in 2018 and have expressed confidence in the sector’s viability...

The Rohingya refugee camp in the Bangladeshi district of Ukhia. The Rohingya and Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi had the worst 2017. Munir Uz Zaman/AFP

Asia’s ‘best’ and ‘worst’ of 2017

By Curtis S Chin and Jose B Collazo As 2018 begins in Cambodia and around the world, we take a last look at what made headlines and, fitting in this day, lit up Facebook and Twitter in Asia in 2017. From the assassination of North...

Flavours that change with the seasons

Cambodians traditionally adjust their diets and recipes to capture the freshest and tastiest seasonal ingredients the country has to offer. Since ancient times Cambodians have...

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  • Job Announcement 2018-01-31 17:00

    Better Factories Cambodia (BFC) monitors factories, trains management and workers, and provides guidance on factory improvements in the Cambodian garment and footwear industries. BFC is part of the