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Pattani Province has held the Big Cleaning Day activity at Pattani Pier, participated by the Vice Governor, government agencies executives, civil servants, private companies’ employees, and the general public.
Narathiwat’s Internal Security Operations Command Vice Commander has revealed that logging prevention and suppression operations, along with operations regarding natural resources and environment conservation will require cooperation from all sides, while the bureau will focus on patrols and awareness raising campaigns.
Date shops in Yala are seeing many consumers purchasing dates for consumption during Ramadan. According to the Islamic beliefs, dates are viewed as sacred fruits.
The Asia Injury Prevention Foundation has given 800 helmets to students at Wichianchom School, Songkhla, distributed for the the secound year as part of the 'Street Wise safe travel to school' campaign.
Investment has expanded since the commencement of the ASEAN Community, while authorities stand ready to develop entrepreneur’s capabilities to enhance their competitiveness, says the Department of Trade Negotiations’ Director-General.
The Department of Disease Control (DDC) has organized activity to mark World No Tobacco Day which falls on May 31 to raise awareness on the dangers of cigarette smoking among youths.
The Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University, Hatyai Campus, will host the 12th Thailand Olympiad in Informatics (12th TOI) from June 7-10, 2016.
The Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA)'s satellite will be deployed to keep track of rice cultivation specified in an agri-map to provide real-time information about the rice situation.
A Constitution Drafting Committee spokesperson said that the training of district and community-level volunteers on the draft constitution went smoothly.
The Bank of Thailand (BoT) will print special 70-baht banknotes to commemorate the 70th anniversary of His Majesty the King's ascension to the throne on June 9. People are able to purchase the banknotes on June 9 at all banks.
The National News Bureau of Thailand invites undergraduate students to submit animation entries to compete in the Young Animator Contest, under the theme "Trust in Thailand”. Winning entrants will receive scholarship prizes totaling 200,000 baht. Applications accepted until June 30. For more information, visit thainews.prd.go.th/en, or call 0-2248-8638, 0-2248-8617, 09-2246-8702, or 06-2605-6561.
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