Ca Mau

Update news Ca Mau

 State sets new lending rates for VND loans; MoF may increase export tax on woodchips; Investors snap up Government bonds; VN's richest men increase asset value; Fishery firm ups profit by 31 times

Ca Mau: Six houses slide down to river, two children escape death

 VietNamNet Bridge - While asleep, many people woke up because their houses shook and fell into the river. Two kids could not run in time and fell over to the rubble, but they survived.

Ca Mau: Officials reprimanded for rewarding themselves

The authorities have revoked the title “Emulation Example” of the director and deputy director of the Ca Mau Provincial Department of Construction, said Mr. Nguyen Tien Hai, Vice Chair of Ca Mau province.

Dykes blown off, people live in fear

Having been settling in the western area of the southern region for the last decades, local residents still cannot lead peaceful lives because their houses may blown off at any time, making them homeless.

Forest fires in Ca Mau, HCM City

Several forest fires have been reported in the southernmost Ca Mau province and Ho Chi Minh City on February 26, which wreaked havoc for a large area of forests in the two localities.

Melaleuca forests face fire risk

 VietNamNet Bridge – More than half of the melaleuca forests in the southernmost province of Ca Mau are at high risk of wildfire due to prolonged dry weather.

Ca Mau rivers, canals severely polluted

 VietNamNet Bridge – Rivers and canals in Ca Mau City in the southernmost province of Ca Mau are being seriously polluted by waste water discharged by industries and households.

Saline encroachment hits Mekong waters

VietNamNet Bridge – Salination has appeared earlier than usual this year in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta and is also expected to go farther inland than last year. 

North-South marathon runners reach Hoi An

 VietNamNet Bridge – Australian runner Pat Farmer and his Vietnamese partner, Mai Nguyen Dinh Huy, arrived at Hoai River Square in Hoi An City last night, Dec 24, completing the 16th stage of the Pole to Pole marathon.

Ca Mau Cape National Park to be recognized as Ramsar site

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ca Mau Cape National Park in Ca Mau Province in the southernmost tip of Vietnam will be recognized as a Ramsar site on December 13, the fifth such site in Vietnam,