Airlines adjust flights due to bad weather in Hanoi Business

Airlines adjust flights due to bad weather in Hanoi

National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines and Pacific Airlines, two carriers under the Vietnam Airlines Group, have announced adjustments to flights to and from Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport on January 21 due to unfavourable weather conditions.
Airlines adjust schedules due to Storm Nangka Society

Airlines adjust schedules due to Storm Nangka

Vietnamese airlines have announced adjustments to their flight schedules on October 14 as the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam (CAAV) directed the closure of Vinh and Tho Xuan airports from 12:00-21:00 on the day due to Storm Nangka – the seventh to enter the East Sea this year.
Pollution hotspots need much stricter control Environment

Pollution hotspots need much stricter control

Fewer new pollution hotspots have been found in Vietnam in the past few years, but vigilance is needed to control potential risks, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment’s Vietnam Environment Administration has said.
Tet traffic accidents kill 135 Society

Tet traffic accidents kill 135

Statistics from the Traffic Police Department under the Ministry of Public Security show that in the week ending on February 4, the whole country saw 214 traffic accidents which took the lives of 135 people and injured 189 others.
Artefacts discovered in UNESCO-recognised citadel Society

Artefacts discovered in UNESCO-recognised citadel

The Conservation Centre for the Ho Citadel and the Vietnam Institute of Archaeology recently revealed the results of an excavation in the northeastern area of the Ho Dynasty Citadel and the Xuan Dai mountain archaeological relic in Vinh Loc district of central Thanh Hoa province.
Thanh Hoa approves 1.46 million USD for dyke repairs Environment

Thanh Hoa approves 1.46 million USD for dyke repairs

The People’s Committee of north central Thanh Hoa province has approved a 34.2 billion VND project (1.46 million USD) for repairs on the dyke system along Ma River, which has sustained serious damage after storms and flooding over recent years.
US aid to help conserve UNESCO-recognised citadel Society

US aid to help conserve UNESCO-recognised citadel

The Fund for Cultural Preservation of the US Embassy in Vietnam on October 26 presented an aid worth 92,500 USD for a project repairing the dome and southern gate of the Ho Dynasty Citadel in the central Thanh Hoa province.