Waste-generated electricity is expected to come online by next October, Yangon City Development Committee says.
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Slavery persists in Myanmar’s factories, a workers’ rights organisation alleges. Labour Rights Clinic has just issued a report, called Modern Day Slaves, detailing conditions in Yangon’s factories.
Anticipating increasing visitor numbers, Yangon’s Sedona Hotel is building an US$80 million, 29-storey new wing.
Emergency services were quick to respond to a fire that broke out in a building on Yangon's 24th St on October 20.
Representatives from Myanmar Medical Association’s 88 branches will vote on a controversial plan to redevelop the association’s Yangon headquarters at a meeting in January, chairman Dr Kyaw Myint Naing said.
“1830”: That will soon be the number to call if you need an ambulance, the president of the Myanmar Medical Association says.
A planned handover of taxi registration responsibilities to Ma Hta Tha never took place – but drivers say they are still in the dark about the registration process.
Muslims in Yangon will publicly mark the festival of Eid al-Adha this week despite concerns over the impact of recent religious violence in Rakhine State, Islamic leaders say.
Myanmar's chefs are shooting for international culinary standards, with impressive results.
International Day of Peace was marked in Myanmar with marches and calls for reconciliation between ethnic and religious groups.
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