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Planners strive to save Ha Noi's trees

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The opening words of the oldest and loveliest Vietnamese songs about Ha Noi celebrates the city's tree-lined streets in autumn – "bright yellow celtis, tropical almonds with red leaves standing next t [ … ]

   

Red-eared sliders invade Vietnam

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Local authorities are rushing to track down red-eared slider turtles after a shady import of the invasive reptiles was detected and several provinces reported seeing them in open water

 

   

Infrastructure projects need climate change upgrade

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Many large infrastructure projects under construction in HCM City for many years now should be upgraded to meet climate change needs, local officials say.

 


   

President hosts reception for 100 outstanding students

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One hundred outstanding students had the chance to meet State President Nguyen Minh Triet in Ha Noi yesterday.


   

Australian scientists discover first new chlorophyll in 60 years

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Australian scientists have stumbled upon the first new chlorophyll to be discovered in over 60 years, according to a study published Friday in journal Science.


   

VND3 trillion project for nuclear power gets a go-ahead

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The Prime Minister has approved a VND3trillion project to train and develop human resources for the atomic energy field from now until 2020.

 

   

Overseas study for educators hits snag

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A programme to send 1,000 government and university staff in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta abroad for post-graduate training has been unevenly regional implemented among the 13 provinces.

 

   

Dredging polluted canals to improve drainage, health

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Lo Gom Canal in HCM City's District 4 is heavily polluted by waste and waste water discharged directly from houses nearby. Local authorities have scheduled to dredge the canal early next y [ … ]

   

Australia's Swinburne launches new degree in Vietnam

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The Master of Commerce (Human Resource Management) will be taught at Ho Chi Minh City Open University (HCMCOU) by staff from Melbourne’s Swinburne University of Technology as the two sides launched [ … ]

   

Polluting factories’ lack of land, capital stalls relocation process

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Municipal authorities in HCM City have expressed their determination to relocate 141 polluting factories from inner city areas, but many have said they lack capital and sufficient land to make t [ … ]

   

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