The National Unity Party is trying hard to woo the factory workers’ vote.
A senior editor at Thamaga weekly said yesterday she had been charged by police for her involvement in an unauthorised rally calling for freedom of expression held in Yangon more than six months ago.
Yangon authorities face a one-man protest this weekend as a local resident takes to the streets to denounce the policy of taxing out-of-town vehicles, and the tax collectors who carry out that policy. And they’re not even polite about it.
South Korean company has until today to appeal against ruling by Yangon’s labour Arbitration Council.
Noisy drivers beware: The police will take you off the road if you rig your car to make excess racket.
Five monks on trial for allegedly disobeying religious authorities have criticised the Yangon Region Sangha Maha Nayaka Committee for conducting a high-profile police raid on a monastery in Tarmwe township, Yangon Region.
A recently elected member of Yangon’s municipal council has come out swinging against Minister for Information U Ye Htut over a Facebook post in which he complained about garbage at one of the city’s most popular riverside spots.