Drugged driving in expressway on rise

Drugged driving in expressway on rise

The Division of Police under the Ministry of Public Security today announced drugged driving in expressway is on the rise.
Short-term rental breaches law: new regulations

Short-term rental breaches law: new regulations

Hourly and short-term rental of apartments is against the law, according to Vietnamese government drafted new regulations about the use of apartment buildings with non-residential purposes, the Ministry of Construction has said.
Police officers of Lam Dong province catch Nguyen Van Thanh in the act of restoring rare animals (Photo: SGGP)

Law-breaker pays heavy fine for wildlife trade

Authority in the Central -Highlands Province of Lam Dong decided to impose a fine of VND 300 million (US$ 12,972) on a man who has been trading and storing a large number of endangered species.
Hai at the court this morning (Photo: SGGP)

Bank employee receives death sentence for embezzling US$4.76 million

Capital punishment was imposed on Chu Ngoc Hai, a former employee of state-run Bank of Agriculture and Development (Agribank) branch in Krong Bong District in the Central-Highlands Province of Dak Lak, for embezzlement of VND110 billion (US$4,757,110) and violations of regulations on the operations of credit institutions this morning.
Ringleader Nguyen Khanh (Photo: SGGP)

Severe penalties handed down to terrorists

The People’s Court of HCM City on September 22 handed down severe sentences to 20 criminals, most of whom are members of the reactionary organisation “Trieu dai Viet” (Viet Dynasty), found guilty of “terrorism to oppose the people’s administration” and “illegally manufacturing, storing and trading explosives”.
Wastewater from the industrial park has polluted canals around the industrial parks. (Photo: SGGP)

Waste treatment company fined US$55,882 for discharging overload

An Nghiep Waste treatment Company in the Mekong Delta Province of Soc Trang has receive a fine of VND1.3 billion (US$55,882) for discharging overload resulting in failing to meet requirement, the provincial People’s Committee yesterday announced the news.