Fresh litchi, which is in season now in northern Vietnam, is being served to business-class and premium-class passengers on Vietnam Airlines’ international and domestic flights departing from Hanoi.
Ho Chi Minh City Police said on June 14 that they are consolidating dossiers to deal with 310 people who caused public disorder in recent days.
Hanoi faces a shortage of high school teachers that can teach in English, requiring universities to train more students adept at the language to meet demand.
An exhibition titled “Hoang Sa, Truong Sa belong to Vietnam – Historical evidence” opened in the mountainous district of Lang Chanh, the north central province of Thanh Hoa, on March 17.
The central province of Nghe An has set a goal of having 225 communes and three districts recognised as new-style rural areas by 2020.
The opening session of the Women’s leadership forum was organized on December 12 in Hanoi with the participation of female leaders from various countries, including Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam.
It is estimated that about a fifth of the city’s population will benefit from the program.
A meeting was held in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai on June 17 to respond to the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought (WDCD).
The Vietnam Vaccine Joint Stock Company (VNVC) on June 17 inaugurated its third vaccination centre at 243A De La Thanh street in Hanoi.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has issued a National Action Programme on Zero Hunger, aiming to ensure enough food and nutrition for all citizens.
The construction of Hoang Cau-Voi Phuc Road, which is to be “the most expensive road on the planet,” will be kicked off in the fourth quarter of this year.
The People’s Committee of the northwestern province of Dien Bien held a ceremony on June 15 to rebury 25 sets of remains of Vietnamese soldiers who died in Laos during wartime.
HCM City has set a target of treating 90 per cent discharged water into rivers and canals by 2020.
Ninety percent of assaults against medical workers occurred while they were treating patients and those actions should be prevented.
Peace has returned to the streets and traffic has resumed smoothly in Phan Thiet city in the south central province of Binh Thuan in the morning of June 11 after authorised forces worked all night to disperse incited crowds around the headquarters of the provincial People’s Committee.
The High-Level People’s Court in Hanoi on June 5 opened a trial to look into the appeals of the defendants in the asset embezzlement case at PetroVietnam Power Land JSC (PVP Land).
Almost 95 percent from Thuan Ha and Thuan Hanh border communes in Dak Song district, the Central Highland province of Dak Nong, have accessed electricity thanks to a local power project in 2014-2020 period.
The implementation of synchronous measures to improve the power supply system has brought a facelift to Vietnamese rural areas, with 99.98 percent of communes nationwide and 98.83 percent of households accessing electricity as of 2017.
The Ministry of Transport reports that the country saw 7,490 traffic accidents with 3,476 deaths and 5,762 injuries over the first five months of the year.
The Chiba District Court on June 4 commenced the trial for a man accused of murdering a 9-year-old Vietnamese girl last year.