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  • Only 1,000 of Cambodia’s 20,000 tuk-tuk drivers legal

    A senior official at the Ministry of Public Works and Transport told The Post on Thursday that only 3,000 of the Kingdom’s more than 20,000 tuk-tuk drivers had so far taken a driving test during a three-month “grace period”, with only a third passing.

  • Pigs tested for swine fever

    The Kampong Cham provincial Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries on Thursday took blood samples from 10 pigs to be tested for African swine fever, after they were illegally imported from Vietnam and confiscated by officials in Koh Sotin district.

Life insurance outstripping general a first

Gross life insurance premium in the Kingdom exceeded gross general insurance premium last year for the first time following an increase in the number of operators, as well as...

Priceless lessons in money management

Learning to make financially responsible decisions from a young age helped Andy Lay, Group president and CEO of City Rice Import Co., LTD, to be a better businessperson.

Rocket takes shock loss to amateur in his stride

SNOOKER great Ronnie O’Sullivan insisted it was “not the end of the world” after he suffered a stunning defeat by amateur James Cahill in the first round of the World Championship...

Earth Day Network wrong to link extinctions with global warming

Monday was Earth Day, an annual event celebrated globally since 1970. Dedicated to demonstrating support for environmental protection, this year’s Earth Day was expected to include events in over 193 countries, coordinated by the Earth...

Cruising down the river at sunset in sleepy, laidback Kampot town

A three-hour drive from Phnom Penh down National Road 3 is Kampot, a sleepy province well-known for its beautiful countryside, salt fields, water sports, seafood, colonial buildings and Bokor mountain.