The Ministry of Health has released Covid-19 directives for foreign and domestic visitors who wish to have an audience with King Sihamoni and the Queen Mother or attend meeting with senior Cambodian government officials.
The government plans to spend at least $91 million to fix 670 rural roads spanning nearly 5,400km after heavy floods washed out the roadways in October.
Four police officers have been suspended for allegedly using violence while enforing traffic law and causing injuries to a taxi driver in Svay Rieng province’s Svay Chrum district.
The General Department of Immigration (GDI) is compiling data on the estimated more than 90,000 foreign permanent residents in Phnom Penh and other provinces for a newly launched app.
A gas tank explosion killed one man and injured two others in a rented room in Sen Sok district’s Teuk Thla commune, Phnom Penh on November 23.
Underprivileged groups benefit from eight donation activities
The Angkor Hospital for Children received more than $400,000 from a fund-raising campaign led by a Cambodian celebrity singer and performer who has pledged to earn a million dollars for the cash-strapped Siem Reap facility.
Fisheries officials have predicted that the quantity of fish this year will decrease more than previous years due to abnormal water levels in the Mekong River and Tonle Sap lake.
The US is providing $600,000 in additional humanitarian aid to the World Food Programme (WFP) to help poor Cambodian families affected by last month’s severe floods.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport is organising a National Grade 12 exam on December 21-22 with more than 121,000 expected to participate – an increase of 4,000 students compared to last year.
Chbar Ampov district police arrested 10 foreigners in connection with an illegal online gambling operation in Phnom Penh on November 23.