PM calls for free transport during Pchum Ben
Aiming to avoid a rise in taxi costs, Prime Minister Hun Sen has urged Phnom Penh City Hall to provide free transport to people during the Pchum Ben festival, as was done before Covid-19. ...
Capital heading for full reopening with jab card rules in public places
Phnom Penh municipal governor Khuong Sreng urged all authorities in the capital to apply strict measures in schools, markets and businesses to prevent the spread of Covid-19 before the expected reopening of all sectors. ...
PP improves traffic management skills
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Phnom Penh City Hall yesterday signed an agreement to improve the capacity of traffic management personnel. ...
City Hall plans to extend Phnom Penh curfew
Phnom Penh City Hall will extend the curfew with additional measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19, especially the Delta variant, following a series of community-based infections. ...
City Hall looking for new dumpsite
City Hall is conducting a feasibility study into having another dumpsite to reduce the burden at the current one in Dangkor district which will be completely filled within two years. City Hall spokesman Met Measpheakdey yesterday said a technical working group is looking for a suitable ...
City Hall to provide free buses for Pchum Ben exodus
City Hall has announced that it will provide free buses for the public to travel from Phnom Penh to 17 provinces for Pchum Ben later this month. According to a statement by Phnom Penh Governor Khoung Sreng issued on Friday, Prime Minister Hun Sen has ordered ...
PP governor orders families to relocate for canal restoration
Phnom Penh municipal governor Khuong Sreng has ordered families living on the Boeung Trabek sewage canal in Chamkarmon district to temporarily move their home while the authorities restores it to prevent flooding during the rainy season. Sreng made the announcement during a field visit to ...
Japan hands over 80 buses to Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh Governor Khuong Sreng yesterday received 80 public buses from Japan during the inauguration of a bus terminal in Prek Taroth village in Phnom Penh’s Chroy Changva district. Mr Sreng said at the event that Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia Horinouchi Hidehisa handed over 80 ...
City Hall calls on public for proper waste disposal
City Hall has instructed the public, including business owners, to dispose of garbage in a timely manner in accordance with the schedule set by authorities, as well as to pack dangerous waste in a red bag to aid garbage collectors. Phnom Penh Governor Khuong Sreng ...
City Hall to block streets for sewage system repairs
Phnom Penh Governor Khuong Sreng has announced that some streets in Sen Sok and Meanchey districts will be blocked for 70 days for the installation of bigger sewage drainage systems to prevent flooding. “City Hall will install sewage drainage systems on Street 5C, which links ...
City Hall to hold forum with NGOs tomorrow
City Hall will hold a consultative forum with non-governmental organisations tomorrow to discuss challenges in resolving issues and also promote cooperation between the government and civil society groups. The forum, to be held on Koh Pich, will be presided over by Phnom Penh Governor Khuong ...
City Hall identifies needs of impoverished communities
Capital Hall released results of a study that surveyed the infrastructure needs of poor communities in Phnom Penh. The study was conducted by asking 2,397 community members in eleven communes to identify which infrastructure projects need to be prioritised. ...
City Hall asks Japan for water treatment plant
City hall is requesting the Japanese government for help in constructing an additional water treatment facility in Phnom Penh, an official said yesterday. Deputy Governor Nuon Pharoth said during a press conference yesterday that he led a delegation to Japan last week to discuss the ...
City Hall launches five new bus routes
City Hall yesterday launched five new city bus routes using buses provided by the Japanese government. The Japanese agreed to provide 100 buses and 60 have already been delivered with 20 more arriving today. The rest will be delivered later this year. ...
Disputants protest at home of tycoon
About 30 people involved in the long-running land dispute in Borei Keila and Boeung Kak lake demonstrated in front of the home of Suy Sophan, the owner of the Phan Imex Company. The demonstrators claimed the company destroyed their homes and urged it, the Phnom ...
City Hall breaks ground on new $22M overpass
Prime Minister Hun Sen joined City Hall officials on Thursday to break ground on what is slated to become a $22 million overpass near the capital’s Choam Chao roundabout. This will become Phnom Penh’s sixth flyover and will be undertaken, as was the five others, ...
City Hall receives first batch of buses
City Hall yesterday announced that the first 20 buses donated by the Japanese government through the Japanese International Cooperation Agency have been received, while the remaining 60 will arrive in the upcoming months. ...
Land win for satellite city families
Nearly 400 families in Prek Takong I village have won a five-year battle to regain control of land earmarked for a new satellite city being developed by ING Holdings. ...
Cemetery community rejects land offer
Families living occupying cemeteries in Phnom Penh’s Chbar Ampov district are showing reluctance in moving to a new location offered by City Hall, saying that the new houses are inadequate. ...
Stung Meanchey residents being relocated
City Hall yesterday began to distribute plots of land to 153 families being relocated during a project to restore Stung Meanchey canal. In August last year, Phnom Penh Municipal Governor Khuong Sreng said that authorities would measure the land and distribute titles for a total ...
B Keila representatives demand settlements
Thirteen people representing 20 Borey Keila families gathered in front of the headquarters of the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) and Phnom Penh City Hall yesterday, demanding the two institutions accelerate the settlement. Each of the affected families is demanding accommodation in Andong village on the outskirts ...
City Hall says ID cards are free
City Hall issued a statement on Wednesday dismissing information that civil registration certificates, including ID cards, would include fees after the national election in July and asked authorities to find and punish those who spread the false information. ...