After 60 years of national liberation and with many ups and downs, Hanoi has transformed into a major metropolitan area of the region and the world and has been honoured as the city for peace, said Chairman of the Municipal...
As many as 63 farmers from all over the country are to be honoured at a ceremony in Hanoi on October 11 for their outstanding production efforts and contributions to building new-style rural areas.
Doan Van Le, a farmer in Tay Hoa Commune of Trang Bom District in the southern province of Dong Nai, no longer uses pesticides on his crops and now relies exclusively on ants that he breeds.
Many residents in villages in Ha Nam Province's Duy Tien District became seriously ill and lost their jobs after giving up farmland to the state to make room for the Dong Van Industrial Zone (IZ) in the province.
Voters in central Ha Tinh province's Cam Xuyen district stated on October 3 that the National Assembly (NA)'s social welfare policies aimed at workers and communities in rural areas had helped improve living standards.
New policies that would attract investment in the hi-tech agriculture sector would create a breakthrough in production and consumption of farm produce, the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Agriculture and Rural Development has...
Hanoi authorities are planning to develop the capital into a modern, creative, and environmentally friendly industrial centre that produces high-quality, globally-competitive goods by 2030.
As many as 4,500 hectares of forest and forestland under the management of the Truong Xuan Forestry Company in Dak Nong Province have been cleared in the last five years.
Pollution is severely affecting the rivers of Da Do, Re and Gia, the main source of water for irrigation and other activities of residents and businesses in this northern city.
Scientists warn that genetically modified (GM) technology is not the “magic wand” that many people assume will increase crop yield and save domestic agricultural production.