Fishers at Siem Reap’s Chong Khneas floating village are not pleased with the arrival of state-owned Angkor Enterprise, which has taken over and changed their boat rental system, impacting their incomes.
The Candlelight Party in Kampong Thom province filed a police complaint against a ruling party member for allegedly destroying a party banner in Stong district.
Battambang authorities have asked more than 50 families to stop farming red tilapia in the Sangke river, claiming it could pollute the water and slow the waterflow into a nearby dam.
Ethnic Vietnamese people living in a popular Siem Reap tourist destination say dozens of families in their community have fled in the last year, spurred by an illegal fishing crackdown that saw dozens of boats confiscated and ongoing alleged extortion by the local Vietnamese association.
Preah Sihanouk provincial officials said Thursday that authorities had demolished a fence built directly on O’Chheuteal beach overnight after social media criticism and news reports.
Tourists began leaving Koh Rong Sanloem and canceling their bookings as authorities extended Thursday’s eviction deadline for businesses and resorts in the island’s Saracen Bay area, spray-painting resorts with new messages to demolish their businesses.
Four teens arrested for allegedly killing another student last week were sent to court and provisionally charged with murder and conspiracy on Thursday.
Four Kampong Chhnang residents are alleging that a commune police chief’s family beat them over a mundane dispute, after which provincial police intimidated them to withdraw a complaint they had filed over the incident.
Around 900 workers at a Phnom Penh factory said the owner won’t let them resume work after a two-month suspension and alleged most of the suspended workers support a pro-worker union.
A garment workers’ union is seeking help from the Ministry of Labor in resolving a stalled dispute over the sudden termination of 1,700 Phnom Penh factory workers earlier this month but has yet to reach a solution.
The owner of a concrete-and-brick wall being built directly on Sihanoukville’s O’Chheuteal beach in recent weeks remains a mystery, with authorities and workers alike refusing to say who is cordoning off the public beach.
The Social Affairs Ministry said it plans to reduce the number of people detained at Phnom Penh’s Prey Speu center, months after a local NGO said detainees had died at the center in 2022.
The provincial court in Takeo province is questioning four teenagers in relation to the stabbing death of a 16-year old student last week.
The National Police said Sunday that they had arrested three welders for allegedly starting a fire at Konlaeng Thmei bar in Toul Kork on January 31.
Four Preah Vihear indigenous families met with provincial authorities on Tuesday over claims to their land but were told they had no option but to leave their homes.
Business owners facing a second eviction deadline stayed mum on government negotiations last weekend as excavators and construction workers took over the Preah Sihanouk island.
Two Daun Penh security guards prevented a youth activist from the Khmer Thavrak group from setting up a small public library in Phnom Penh’s Wat Botum park.
Kep provincial officials cut down around 30 trees along the beachfront in the city and said this was done to beautify the area ahead of the Southeast Asia Games in May.
Battambang authorities arrested two people for allegedly impersonating authorities and for extorting money from another person.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party dropped a second lawsuit against former senior Candlelight adviser Kong Korm, days after he quit the opposition party.
More than 70 students at a Pursat high school have fainted over the last week, with some officials attributing the incidents to unhappy spirits at the school, whereas health officials said they believed the students were likely caused by minor health issues.
Three workers’ representatives from a Kampong Speu bag factory filed a complaint to the Labor Ministry, alleging their termination was an act of union-busting.
A former CNRP commune chief who was blocked from leaving the country last year had a retrial at a Phnom Penh court after she was convicted in absentia for incitement.
An Oddar Meanchey Candlelight official left the country with her children last year after she claimed security personnel attempted to take her life on three occasions.
Cambodian authorities are calling the popular beach resorts on major tourist attraction Koh Rong Sanloem island “illegal” and claiming there are only “one or two” left after a sudden eviction notice.
Three families in Preah Sihanouk province, including that of a military veteran, are calling on army commander Hun Manet to resolve their long-standing land dispute against a local businessperson.
Some 40 villagers blocked a national road in Preah Sihanouk this week, lighting smoking fires and wielding sticks in front of authorities in a land dispute in an area that has seen prior violence and conflicting claims among military and powerful individuals.
Hundreds of kilograms of a Koh Kong plant known for murky links to ecstasy production were found in the car of a Koh Kong resident, sparking the arrests of three individuals.
Three hundred Tuol Sangke market vendors gathered outside the Interior Ministry this week to support three fellow vendors who were being questioned for alleged incitement for protesting new market rental rates.
Aggressive, exorbitant and misleading lending is mushrooming across social media and mobile phone services, damaging livelihoods and the country’s financial stability, the central bank and National Police said on Thursday, pledging legal action against the lenders.