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HN’s violations in managing big-sized advertising billboards

Inspectors in the capital city have pointed out a series of violations committed…

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Hà Nội apartment residents on edge following deadly blaze in HCM City

Residents of apartment buildings in the capital city are getting restless after a…

Info database needs public support

The Digital Vietnamese knowledge system, an ambitious Government funded open database similar to Wikipedia, now boasts more than 10,000 articles, alongside 3.5 million question and answers f [ … ]


Preserving urban heritage is a must

Professor and Architect Hoàng Đạo Thúy talks to Nhân Dân (People) newspaper about the need to create harmony between the nation’s heritage conservation and development.


Young volunteers help community

Despite the hot weather, the traditional medicine clinic in Northwest Nghệ An General Hospital is full of patients waiting for free examinations from young doctor Lá Văn Khôi.


Mekong farmers switch to growing lemongrass

More rice farmers in Tiền Giang Province’s Tân Phú Đông District have switched to planting lemongrass as part of the district’s agricultural restructuring to adapt to climate change.


Capital needs investment in static traffic infrastructure

Experts and businesses said the capital city has been leading the country in attracting investment for traffic-related infrastructure, said Kinh Tế &Đô Thị (Economic and Urban [ … ]


Mini bonsais worth thousands of US dollars

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With his exotic refinements and artistic ability, bonsai artisan Lam Ngoc Vinh in Hoc Mon District, HCMC has created numerous wonderful mini bonsais.


Southern residents fight against landslides

Residents living alongside a river in Cần Thơ City have put coconut trunks around an area wrecked by landslides during the past month to protect their houses.


NA Chairwoman lauds academies' leading research

National Assembly (NA) Chairwoman Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân congratulated the Việt Nam Academy of Social Sciences on May 17 for its achievements during recent years, and expressed her belief in th [ … ]


Japan to recruit engineering labourers in central Việt Nam

Japan Material Engineering Services Company and Đà Nẵng-based Đông Á College have inked an agreement on training in electronics and engineering, as well as controls and automa [ … ]


3 tonnes of plant protection products destroyed

Some three tonnes of plant protection products smuggled from China were disposed on Wednesday.


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