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Mr. Nguyen Dinh Trung, Deputy Party Secretary and Chairman of Dak Nong Province, was assigned by the Politburo to hold the position of Secretary of the Party Committee of Dak Lak Province for the term 2020 - 2025.

Road at UNESCO-recognised geopark face severe landslides

An under-construction road in a UNESCO-recognised geopark in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong has faced landslides.

Distinct features of Vietnam’s Dak Nong Geopark

By winning recognition as a global geopark by UNESCO, Vietnam’s Dak Nong Geopark promises to become an alluring tourist attraction among foreign travellers in the near future.

Dak Nong rushes to isolate eighth outbreak of diphtheria

The Central Highlands of Dak Nong is seeking to completely isolate the eighth outbreak of diphtheria to contain the spread of the disease and protect the health of local residents.

Dak Nong to host Vietnam 2nd Brocade Culture Festival

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has asked the provincial authority of Dak Nong to prepare for the Vietnam 2nd Brocade Culture Festival 2020 in the province later this year.

Dak Nong to have expressway to HCM City

The Ministry of Transport has urged the Ho Chi Minh Road Project Management Board to step up preparations for the construction of an expressway linking Dak Nong Province in the Central Highlands and HCMC.

More than 355 people isolated to contain diphtheria

Hundreds of people have been isolated after an outbreak of diphtheria.

Dak Nong records four cases of diphtheria

The Centre for Disease Control in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong on Monday reported that the province has recorded four cases of diphtheria.

Official faces murder charge in life insurance scam

The provincial People’s Procuracy in Dak Nong Province on Tuesday launched criminal proceedings against a commune official who allegedly killed his wife's nephew, then staged a vehicle fire to cover up the murder and claim insurance.

Central Highlands glowing in green energy prospects

With ample land funds, abundant natural resources, and a young labour force, provinces in the Central Highlands region have many favourable factors to attract investment from domestic and foreign businesses.

Muong teacher goes extra mile for students

A dirty motorbike and clothes covered in mud and dust and soil have become the norm for teacher Dinh Thi Giang Tam, who has to travel 100km to Tran Quoc Toan Primary School in Cư Rút District, Central Highlands Dak Nong Province, every day.

Mine explosion kills one, injures another

Police in Dak Nong Province on Sunday said they were investigating the cause of a a mine explosion which killed one person and seriously injured another on Saturday.

Krong No volcanic caves seek recognition as global geological park

The Krong No volcanic cave system, in the Central Highland province of Dak Nong, has been nominated by the Global Geoparks Network for UNESCO recognition as a global geological park.

Company fined for illegal sand mining

Central Highlands Dak Nong Province's People’s Committee has fined a company VND130 million (US$5,600) for illegal sand mining, vov.vn online newspaper reported.

Dak Nong police arrest five for poisoning pine trees

The Investigation Police Agency of Dak Song District in Central Highlands Dak Nong Province have detained five people for alleged deforestation.

Online gambling ring on Zalo busted

Police busted an online gambling ring on the messaging app Zalo in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong on Wednesday.


Low quality gasoline businesses fined in Dak Nong

The People’s Committee of Central Highlands Dak Nong Province has fined three businesses a total of VND500 million (US$21,500) for trading low-quality gasoline, news.zing.vn reported.

Passion fruit processing pollutes environment in Dak Nong Province

Residents from Quang Tan Commune in Central Highlands Province of Dak Nong claimed their lives are being affected by a passion fruit processing facility in the region.

Vietnam's Central Highlands suffers worst flooding in a decade

The recent levels of torrential rain and flooding which have devastated parts of the Central Highlands region and left 10 dead have been the worst to hit the area since September 2009.

Safety of reservoirs called into question after plant incident

The concerning situation at Dak Kar Hydropower Plant in the central highlands province of Dak Nong has once again raised alarm on the safety of the region's many small and medium-sized hydropower plants during the rainy season,