PSNews-On August 18, the Hanoi Municipal Department of Transportation in cooperation with the Hanoi Public Transport and Services Company (Transerco) opened 5 new bus routes to connect the inner city to suburb areas.
Vietnam received an estimated US$18.1 billion in new FDI pledges from January to November this year.
PSNews-More than 3,000 high resolution traffic cameras, which are capable of capturing number plates of vehicles at night or in low light conditions, are expected to be installed in streets of Hanoi.
Hanoi mayor Nguyen Duc Chung has promised to speed up the construction of the city's Metro Line 3, blaming the sluggish progress so far on delays in fund disbursement.
The 8th Vietnam-India people’s friendship festival officially kicked off in Hanoi in the morning of December 3.
Hanoi — The 2016 Me Tri Sticky Rice Flake Culture Day was on Sunday at 1 Do Duc Duc Street, Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi.
According to AusTrade in Vietnam, “Australian oranges-Now in season” promotion campaign from September 23 to Octorber 2 at supermarkets in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi such as Aeon Mall, Annam Gourmet Market, Co.opmart has kick-started the availability of Australian oranges in the Vietnam.
The installation of exercising equipment in parks and other public areas has been an unqualified success in the capital city.
Rows of brightly coloured butterflies, flowers, animals and playing children now welcome passers-by through the streets of the village of Dan Phuong on the outskirts of Hanoi in what used to be a typical urban ghetto.
The People’s Committee of Tay Ho (West Lake) District of Hanoi has reacted to the recent rumour related to filling up the West Lake for building hotels.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) signed a Grant Agreement with the Government of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam on August 10th in Hanoi to provide grant aid of up to 1.844 billion yen for the Project for Emergency Reservoir Operation and Effective Flood Management Using Water related Disaster Management Information System.
PSNews-As many as 9,000 dengue patients currently hospitalized and the increased number of new cases in the past two weeks show that the situation of dengue remains complex in Hanoi.
PSNews - The exhibition features 230 photographs by ASEAN’s photographers from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Quite a few transport projects in Hanoi’s rural areas are not up to scratch due to lack of capital and difficulties in disbursing investments.
PSNews-Leaders of the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) and Hanoi Municipal People’s Committee met on July 31 to discuss fire prevention work in the city. Senior Lieutenant General To Lam, Minister of Public Security chaired the meeting.
Many flights were delayed or unable to land at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi due to heavy rain on July 31.
PSNews-The History Institute of Public Security Forces hosted a ceremony, on July 24, at the People’s Public Security Museum, to present various artifacts to the Hanoi Museum and Police Departments of Can Tho and Yen Bai.
A crisis is rapidly unfolding in Vietnam as the number of people killed by the dengue outbreak in the Southeast Asian country has now reached 15, says the Ministry of Health.
More lakes in Hanoi have been filled for housing, while the construction of proper water drainage systems has not received sufficient attention, which has caused more serious floods for the city after downpours.
PSNews– The opening ceremony of the Israeli Book Day will take place on July 16 morning, at Hanoi Book Street (19-12 Str).