Broken water pipe affects thousands in Binh Dinh
12/12/2017 (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – A broken water pipe caused by serious floods in south central coastal province of Binh Dinh one week ago has affected nearly 3,800 households in Tuy Phuoc District, 

HCM City faces severe floods
08/12/2017 (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – High tides have exceeded warning level three of six, submerging HCM City streets and causing terrible traffic congestion.


 
Floods cause mass fish deaths in Hue
30/11/2017 (GMT+7)
 Local fishery authorities in central Thua Thien - Hue Province believe that fresh water from the recent floods was the main cause of en mass fish deaths.

UK floods: 70 people and horses rescued in Lancashire
23/11/2017 (GMT+7)
 More than 70 people and 20 horses had to be rescued from floods in Lancashire as bad weather hit the UK.


 
Inundation continues in Hue’s lowland areas
10/11/2017 (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – Inundation in lowland areas in central Thua Thien-Hue Province continued on Thursday as floodwater from two floods that occurred earlier this week was receding very slowly

69 killed, 30 missing in storm Damrey, following floods
07/11/2017 (GMT+7)
 Storm Damrey that hit Vietnam on November 4 and following downpours and floods had claimed 69 lives and left 30 people missing in central and Central Highlands localities as of 8am of November 7.


 
Southcentral region isolated by floods
03/11/2017 (GMT+7)
 Widespread heavy rains caused by the coming Storm Damrey in the past several days have isolated many areas in the south-central region.

Floods swell central region rivers to dangerous highs
01/11/2017 (GMT+7)
 The water level of rivers in Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa provinces and in provinces from Thua Thien Hue to Ninh Thuan, as well as the northern area of the Central Highlands, has been rising.


 
Mystery timber washed up after Thanh Hoa floods
30/10/2017 (GMT+7)
 A large amount of wood has been found along the bank of rivers and streams in Thanh Hoa Province after recent floods, and local authorities are unclear of its origins.

Hoa Binh suffers nearly $72 million losses from floods
20/10/2017 (GMT+7)
 Recent heavy rains and devastating floods in the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh caused a total loss of about 1.63 trillion VND (71.75 million USD).


 
Yen Bai heavily damaged following severe floods
17/10/2017 (GMT+7)
The flash floods hit the districts of Tram Tau, Van Chan, Van Yen and Nghia Lo township caused inundation and landslides in a wide scale, causing heavy damage.

Death toll in floods climbs to 54, Hoa Binh hardest hit
13/10/2017 (GMT+7)
 Widespread floods triggered by a tropical depression over the past few days have killed 54 people as of 22:00 pm on October 12, according to the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control. 


 
Hoa Binh: 41 died, injured, missing in floods, landslides
13/10/2017 (GMT+7)
 Devastating rains, floods, and landsides left 32 people dead and missing and nine others injured in the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh as of 7 am on October 13.

Floods cause severe damage in northern and central Vietnam
12/10/2017 (GMT+7)
 Downpours triggered by the tropical low pressure system over the past two days have threatened to overflow reservoirs and have caused serious damage to houses and roads across the northern and central regions.


 
Floods reach 40-year historic levels in many northern rivers
12/10/2017 (GMT+7)
 The National Centre for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting said flood water in many rivers could rise above the historic levels for the past four decades, urging localities to scale up vigilance.

Seven deaths, four missing in floods reported in Thanh Hoa
12/10/2017 (GMT+7)
Floods following downpours triggered by a tropical depression over the last few days had killed seven people and left four others missing in the central province of Thanh Hoa by 17:00 on October 11. 


 
Yen Bai: 16 people killed, missing in floods
11/10/2017 (GMT+7)
 Torrential rains brought by a tropical low pressure system on October 10 and 11 triggered floods in the northern province of Yen Bai, which caused 16 people dead and missing as of 13:00 pm on October 11. 

Floods bring alluvium to fields in Mekong Delta
05/10/2017 (GMT+7)
Floods season brings more alluvium and washes away alum and pesticide. During the season, fields have time to ‘relax’, while parasitic creatures are killed and farmers can save money for the next crop.


 
Mekong Delta faces three big challenges: Climate change, hydropower
04/10/2017 (GMT+7)
Mekong Delta, the rice granary of Vietnam, is facing three big challenges due to the impact of climate change, unsustainable development and hydropower plants on the Mekong River.

No cash means no resettlement houses
19/09/2017 (GMT+7)
 VietNamNet Bridge – Nearly 200 households in northern Ninh Binh Province have been in serious danger of landslides and flash floods for years, with resettlement funds yet to materialise.


 

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