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  • Transport master plan nearing completion

    The government has nearly finished the draft of the Intermodal Transport Master Plan 2021-2030 (the Plan), a Ministry of Economy and Finance press release said on Wednesday.

  • Human rights committee’s legal hotline receives praise

    Civil societies on Tuesday applauded the Cambodian Human Rights Committee’s (CHRC) new legal hotline meant to promote access to justice and empower financially vulnerable people. CHRC spokesman Chin Malin told The Post on Thursday that a 35-strong legal team is to be placed on standby to answer questions and address concerns from the public on pressing rights-related legal issues.

Transport master plan nearing completion

The government has nearly finished the draft of the Intermodal Transport Master Plan 2021-2030 (the Plan), a Ministry of Economy and Finance press release said on Wednesday....

Building a holistic education community at CIS

Education is an essential building block to the economy of a country. It is the element that grows, nurtures and matures the younger generation of a society.

Cambodia qualify for Sea Games semi-finals

There were jubilant scenes at the Rizal Memorial Stadium on Wednesday as Cambodia booked their passage to the semi-finals of the Southeast Asian (Sea) Games men’s football by the...

What it takes to get rid of plastic

Plastic was once touted as a wonder substance for its versatility. But slowly, as its environmental impacts have come to the fore, people are having second thoughts.

Relaxing getaway in Ratanakkiri’s untouched beauty of twin lakes

On at typical day, 43-year-old Ngin Bean goes to work at the rubber plantation on his old but reliable motorbike. On some occasions though, Bean takes his bike off the beaten track to the hidden lakes of Yeak Aom and Yeak Kra.