Firm says it may turn taps off in Poipet homes

Residents of Banteay Meanchey province’s Poipet City have been warned to brace themselves for a major water shortage over the next two weeks as the company contracted to supply the border town’s clean water scrambles to build a new reservoir amid a localized drought. ...

Sek Odom

Thai military arrests Poipet border traders

Sixteen Cambodian border traders were imprisoned by the Thai military over the weekend after they were caught smuggling shoes and clothing illicitly bearing registered trademarks across the Poipet City border crossing on Saturday. The traders, who supply the Rong Kluea border market in Thailand’s Sa Kaeo ...

Saing Soenthrith

Government urges NGOs to support migrant workers from Thailand

Relevant organizations have been actively cooperating with the government in providing transportation service for illegal migrant workers to return to their home after they were sent back by the junta in Thailand. The temporary estimation for the aid so far amounts to nearly 200,000$. The government ...

The Cambodia Herald News Staff

Poipet poor ‘bearing brunt of water woes’

A private utilities company owned by wealthy businessman and ruling Cambodian People’s Party Senator Kok An is fulfilling only about half of Poipet’s demand for clean water, despite being contracted to supply the whole town, according to the city governor. With priority for the distribution of ...

Khouth Sophak Chakrya

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