Pioneering the efforts of anti plastic bag campaign, Phuket is being the first province of Thailand to start. Officially launched on Monday (February 27), this green activity is involving Phuket state agencies and SEEK, a locally based environmental sustainability NGO. The campaign firstly inviting all of retailers in this island to sign an initiative to [...]
Entries from February 22nd, 2012
February 22nd, 2012 · No Comments · Environment and Ecology
February 15th, 2012 · No Comments · Development and Infrastructure
Steven Chandler, the Chairman of British Embassy in Thailand was visiting Phuket Governor Tri Augkaradacha with British Honorary Consul, Martin Carpenter yesterday (February 13). Mr Chandler was aiming to discuss the security of British tourists who visiting this island and to make a plea for more safe public transport. Mr Chandler told he believed Phuket [...]
February 10th, 2012 · No Comments · Environment and Ecology
Phuket fishermen caught 5 kg fish as it was categorized into extraordinary catching. The unusual fish is large longtailed tuna while it caught in the Phuket southern waters, said the expert. The big fish then brought to Andaman Sea Fisheries Management Center Krabi on Tuesday. The director center Jaroen Omane said it is a good [...]
February 8th, 2012 · No Comments · Local Updates
Phuket provincial health office will hold AIDS Fair to celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 14th. It is aiming to educate Phuket people about this endangered disease. Phuket is currently holding the highest rank province for the amount of AIDS sufferer throughout Thailand, said Dr Sak Tanchaikul, PPHO chief.
February 2nd, 2012 · No Comments · Environment and Ecology
Phuket provincial government is holding the campaign of anti plastic bag on February 27. Retailers will start to distribute free cloth bags for their customers in one week. This news announced on Friday by Phuket Vice Governor Somkiat Sangkaosuttirak when he signed the second Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) of the “Phuket plastic bag free campaign”.