Hà Nội plans to spend about $16.2m on Tết presents for the poor
Hà Nội plans to spend about VNĐ378 billion (US$16.2 million) from the city budget to give Tết presents to 871,790 residents.
The central city of Đà Nẵng’s criminal police arrested an armed robber 30 hours after he broke into a mobile phone shop in Liên Chiểu District on January 13.
The ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF 2019) officially starts today in Hạ Long City, the northern coastal province of Quảng Ninh.
The Directorate for Roads of Việt Nam (DRVN) has urged the investor of Tân Đệ Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) toll station in northern Thái Bình Province to remove the station before January 28.
Residents living around Nam Sơn dumping ground in Sóc Sơn District stopped blocking garbage trucks attempting to carry waste to the dump on Monday evening.
A cold spell is forecasted to hit northern region on Tuesday evening, lowering temperatures of Hà Nội and surrounding localities to below 15 degrees Celsius.
Vietnam Railway (VNR) aims to accelerate its growth to a rate of 8 per cent in 2019 after suffering a depression from 2015 to 2017.
HCM City authorities are worried about encroachment of pavements and roads during Tết (the Lunar New Year) in three weeks’ time.
Rubbish piled up on the streets and near apartment buildings in Hà Nội’s inner districts over the weekend.
As many as 4,000 university students in HCM City are offering housecleaning services to raise funds for a charity programme called Nhà Sạch Đón Tết (Cleaning House to Welcome Tết), organised by the South Africa Honorary Consulate in HCM City.