Localities, the army and agencies are making asserted efforts to help people in flood-hit areas to overcome the consequences of floods.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved Decree 17/CT-TTg on increased security measures to manage and control radioactive devices in the country.
Vietnam will become an observer of conferences of the International Energy Charter by adopting this statement, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung agreed.
The headquarters of the Thanh Hoa provincial Border Guard on July 9th said that the border post of the Na Meo international border gate seized 2kg of brown resin suspected to be opium.
Will surveillance cameras slated for installation on buses in Ho Chi Minh City later this year help allay passengers’ concerns of sexual harassment and groping, and a code of conduct deter harassers from striking at the workplace?
Politburo member and standing member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat Le Hong Anh has urged strengthened Party leadership in overcoming consequences of toxic chemicals sprayed by US troops during the war in Vietnam.
On July 9th, the Song Thu Corporation and the Vietnam Coast Guard High Command held a ceremony to hand over two vessels No. 8002 and 9004, to the coast guard.
The Government has issued a decree on supporting job creation and the national fund on employment, in which it puts forth regulations on assisting labourers going to work abroad.
Trucks overloaded with construction materials, many of which are driven by junkies, have been speeding perilously in many areas across the country.
A seminar on urban green growth in Hanoi urged for more awareness among investors and policymakers.
(VNF) - The National Fund for Vietnamese Children under the Ministry of Labor, War-Invalids and Social Affairs in collaboration with the Ngan Son district People's Committee (Bac Kan province) kicked off the construction for Thuan Mang secondary boarding school on July 8th.
The Ministry of Transport will speed up progress towards inaugurating 59 projects later this year, said its Deputy Minister Nguyen Ngoc Dong.
A wood processing magnate and all five members of his family were found dead in a reported mass killing early Tuesday.
Localities nationwide need to cull more resources for building rural transport infrastructure in the time ahead, which is a crucial measure to successfully build new-style rural areas, said Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh.
The People's Committee of the mountainous Lao Cai province in the north has recently approved a plan to build a link road from Noi Bai – Lao Cai Highway to Sapa district.
Authorities have taken drastic measures to help residents in southern Ninh Thuan province cope with water scarcity brought about by the relentless drought.
Demand for labourers in the first six months of the year surged by 34 per cent against the same period last year, heard an online conference held early this month by Vietnamworks, Vietnam's leading employment and recruitment website.