On September 11th 2010, Niwit Aroonrat, a Vice Governor of Phuket, presided over the opening ceremony of the ‘Pilot Cables Collection Project’. The project was held under cooperation between Phuket City Municipality
On September 10th 2010, Muslim residents of Phuket went to mosques near their homes to mark the end of Ramadan period at the Aidilfitri Festival after the moon was seen at 6.40pm
On September 8th, Niwit Aroonrat, a Vice Governor of Phuket, presided over a meeting of the committee to consider the ways or solutions to legalize the illegal hotels in Phuket and make them get hotel business licenses.
In an attempt to resolve the dragged on issue of zoning and so-called ‘unrealistic’ closure hours for entertainment businesses in tourist areas,
Niwit Aroonrat – a Vice Governor of Phuket, San Chantawong – Head of Office of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Phuket, Suphat Rattanasompan – the Deputy Chief of Patong Municipality, and Weerapong Waitayawongsakul
On 28 August Wichai Praisa-ngob, the Governor of Phuket, and related officials and business people, discussed with Mr. Yuan Shan, the Managing Director of Pan-China Construction Group Co. Ltd, and company executives
On September 6th, Pratuang Sornkham, the Director of Phuket International Airport, presided over the opening of CardioPulmonary Resuscitation or CPR & First Aid training for airport officers.
On September 2nd 2010, Tri Akaradecha, a Vice Governor of Phuket, and related Phuketians welcomed the Tourism Minister of Malaysia, Dato’ Sri Dr. Ng Yen Yen who officially visited Phuket during September 2nd – 4th 2010.
On September 3rd 2010, Wichai Praisa-ngob, the Governor of Phuket, welcomed H.E. Mrs. Linglingay F. Lacanlale, the Ambassador of the Republic of the Philippines to Thailand who was posted to Bangkok on June 1st 2010
Paiboon Upattising, the President of Phuket Provincial Administrative Organization or PPAO, said that PPAO planned to support the installation of speed cameras and related devices to check, record, and print out the police summons
Wicahi Praisa-ngob, the Governor of Phuket, said that Promthep Cape was a famous landmark of Phuket, therefore it was important to keep this landmark’s unique landscape, especially the sugar palm trees as beautiful as ever
Niwit Aroonrat, a Vice Governor of Phuket, presided over a meeting to discuss about the 2010 tsunami disaster evacuation drill preparation in the areas where public disaster warning systems are installed