Driver and assistant killed in serious bus collision
Two people died and another 14 were hospitalised after a coach collided with a stopped truck early Saturday morning in Krong Buk District in Dak Lak Province.
Dragon fruit prices continue to decline
Dragon fruit (Thanh long) growers in the southern Ninh Thuan province are worried about the continuous fall in prices, although the main harvest will arrive only next month.
Central regions sweat it out
Central Viet Nam will have hot weather today due to a low pressure system moving east and hot and dry wind.
Thousands of tonnes of onion in Da Lat City have been harvested, but growers are grappling with low consumption and demand.
The Ha Noi Supreme People's Court yesterday issued a formal public apology to Nguyen Thanh Chan, an innocent man who served ten years in prison due to a wrongful murder conviction.
Deputy Primer Minister Hoang Trung Hai has instructed the Electricity of Viet Nam (EVN) Corporation to immediately take all necessary steps for ensuring environmental protection while building and operating the thermal power plants in the Vinh Tan Complex in the central province of Binh Thuan.
The health ministry is finalising the amendment of the draft Civil Code law, which is likely to acknowledge transgender people and their rights for the first time in Viet Nam.
Provinces and cities with many industrial parks are at a higher risk of a dengue fever outbreak, the head of HCM City's Pasteur Institute has said.
A club for coffee growers to share their cultivation knowledge and experiences made its debut on Wednesday in the southern province of Dong Nai.
A crane's lifting cable broke, killing a worker at the Bau Xeo Industrial Park in the southern Dong Nai Province, yesterday morning.
The central Nghe An Province's environmental crimes division said yesterday morning that it has detained a man for allegedly trafficking monkeys following a tip-off.
Networking beats floods
Networking beats floods

Summer is just around the corner. People realised this when the Ministry of Industry and Trade started selling watermelons at its headquarter in Ha Noi. The watermelons, which came from the central province of Quang Nam, were covered in flood water for a couple of days last month and maybe were not as sweet as they should be.

To leave or to stay: do migrants have a choice?
To leave or to stay: do migrants have a choice?

Every time I talk to a street vendor, a shoe-shine boy or girl or others who spend most of their time working outdoors in major cities, I would think that if I were to replicate the Humans of New York project there, I would focus solely on migrants from rural areas.

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Experts slam failure to save old trees Experts slam failure to save old trees

Distinguished scientists and experts in the field of urban planning raised many challenges at a conference yesterday to review Ha Noi's urban tree planning.

Whistleblowers to be rewarded up to US$160,000 1    Whistleblowers to be rewarded up to US$160,000

The Ministry of Home Affairs and the Government Inspectorate have issued a joint circular announcing that whistleblowers will be rewarded up to VND3.4 billion (US$160,000).

Daewoo founder seeks to inspire youth Daewoo founder seeks to inspire youth

As you get older, you spend hours regretting each minute you wasted in your youth, which flies by.

IZ firms find pollution controls too expensive IZ firms find pollution controls too expensive

Many companies in industrial zones claim they lack capital to introduce equipment to save energy and lessen emissions.

Caves in Quang Binh will soon echo with the sounds of runners Caves in Quang Binh will soon echo with the sounds of runners

Quang Binh, home of the biggest cave in the world, Son Doong, is offering visitors treks, caving tours and a race.