Neighbours of cadmium store in Samut Sakhon have high cadmium levels

Sixteen people living in the vicinity of the J&B Metal warehouse in Samut Sakhon’s Bang Nam Jerd sub-district have been found to have high levels of cadmium in their bodies…

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21 days of Songkran: festivity highlights

Songkran in Thailand will last 21 days this year. The Ministry of Tourism and Sport has announced extended festivities to celebrate UNESCO’s inscription of the holiday on the prestigious Intangible…

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Part of Bangkok’s Bang Sue declared Hazmat zone

The Bang Sue district in Bangkok has declared the area where the latest 300 tonnes of toxic cadmium slag were found a Hazmat (hazardous materials) zone. The slag was discovered…

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Songkran revellers begin their journeys home from Bangkok

Increased road traffic is reported on the main arterial routes to northern and north-eastern provinces today, as people begin their journeys home a day ahead of the long official Songkran…

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The photo displays weapon caches that KNU rebel forces claim to have seized from government soldiers after overtaking strongholds in Myawaddy.//Courtesy of KNU

Myanmar troops withdraw from border town following clashes: ethnic armed group

Myanmar junta troops stationed in an embattled border town have withdrawn from their positions, a spokesman for a Myanmar ethnic armed group and a Thai official told AFP on Thursday….

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PM announces official launch of digital wallet scheme

After months of delay, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin announced the official launch of the “digital wallet” scheme today, saying that the estimated 50 million Thai citizens aged 16 and older…

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IN PICTURES – Eid al-Fitr prayer said at Bangkok’s historic Tonson Mosque

As Muslims around the world gather to mark the end of Ramadan, the Thailand’s Islamic community at the historic Tonson Mosque joined the Eid al-Fitr prayer during the early hours…

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Members of the Karen National Liberation Army and People’s Defense Force interrogate two arrested soldiers after they captured an army outpost, in the southern part of Myawaddy township in Kayin state, Myanmar, March 11.//AP

Myanmar border hub residents flee to Thailand amid gunfire, explosions

Yangon, Myanmar – Residents of a Myanmar trade hub fled across the border to Thailand on Tuesday amid the sounds of explosions and after an ethnic minority armed group said they had seized…

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Sudden change in sea conditions blamed for foundering of HTMS Sukhothai

More than a year after the sinking of HTMS Sukhothai, a Rattanakosin-class corvette, in the Gulf of Thailand off Prachuap Khiri Khan province on the night of December 18, 2022,…

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Paetongtarn apologises but vows to continue posting

Paetongtarn Shinawatra has apologised to those who were unhappy with her Instagram post, showing her father, Thaksin, playing with her children in a swimming pool. She claimed she just wanted…

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Thailand maintains neutral stand over conflict in Myanmar : Panpree

Thailand is committed to remaining neutral concerning, what is in effect, a civil war in Myanmar, and will help as required restore peace in the country, said Thai Foreign Minister…

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Chiang Mai records world’s most polluted air today; staying indoors advised

Chiang Mai again ranks as the city with the worst air pollution in the world again today, as the provincial administration urges the public and private sectors to allow their…

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PM Srettha greenlights cruise ship terminal project on Samui Island

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin gave his approval today to a cruise ship terminal project on Samui Island, which will be able to accommodate up to 120 cruise ships annually and…

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7,000 tonnes of “missing” cadmium waste found in Chon Buri warehouse

Officials have found about 7,000 tonnes of carcinogenic cadmium waste at a warehouse in Ban Bueng district of Chon Buri, which are believed to have been illegally transferred from a…

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Songkran will be more lively but with cautious spending – survey

More people are expected to travel during the long Songkran holidays this year than last, but they will be more cautious in their spending, due to the higher cost of…

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Parakeets bring a community together

Residents of a small community, close to Suan Yai temple in Nonthaburi province, have lived happily with the bright green-feathered Alexandrine parakeets. They allow the birds to eat the fruits…

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Pheu Thai is reformist, not neo conservative party, Thaksin claims

Former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has defended the Pheu Thai party, saying it is not a neo conservative party, but a reformist party, dating back to its founding as the…

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Chuan accuses government of lacking a policy on southern insurgency

The government does not have a policy on how to deal with unrest in the Deep South and it has confused Southern people with the claim that the current rubber…

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PM says Move Forward’s claims of graft in defence spending lack evidence

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said today that he was disappointed with opposition MPs’ criticisms of the Defence Ministry, particularly regarding bribery, which he described as a rerun of an old…

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Govt’s back against the wall over digital wallet scheme – Move Forward MP

The government now has its back against the wall over the the 500 billion baht needed to fund the “digital wallet” scheme, the timeline for which keeps moving back, said…

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Chon Buri to be featured in the Michelin Guide 2025

The Michelin Guide Thailand is to feature Chon Buri in its 2025 edition, marking both its eighth year and the inclusion of Bangkok’s nearest seaside province. This expansion widens the…

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NACC probes “tea money” demands to get children into Khon Kaen schools

Eight secondary schools in the north-eastern province of Khon Kaen are under investigation by officials from the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC,) for allegedly demanding “tea money” of up to 100,000…

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Constitutional Court accepts to consider disbanding Move Forward

The Constitutional Court said today that it has accepted for consideration an application seeking the dissolution of the opposition Move Forward party. The complaint and application were filed by the…

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Even hotter days forecast until Monday

People living in several northern and central provinces may already feel that the weather is hot enough, but even hotter days are forecast, peaking on April 8, warned Somkuan Tonjan,…

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Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn

Surachate surrenders, freed on bail after questioning

Deputy national police chief, Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, reported to the enquiry officer at Taopoon police station on Tuesday afternoon, to acknowledge the money laundering charges filed against him. He…

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Thanathorn buys former French home of Pridi

Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, leader of the Progressive Movement, has revealed that he has purchased the house in France where the late former Prime Minister Pridi Banomyong once lived. In a television…

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Temperatures forecast to soar to 42°C today in central and northern provinces

Everyone is being advised to avoid exposing themselves to long periods of direct sunlight, due to the very hot weather today across most of the country, especially in northern and…

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EC’s anti-fake news center reopens for Senate selection

The Election Commission (EC) reopened its anti-fake news center today in preparation for the selection of the Senate, which will commence as soon as the current batch’s term expires in…

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Hot weather forecast across Thailand today

April is usually the hottest month of the year in Thailand, with the whole country experiencing high to very high temperatures. Today is no exception, with highs forecast to reach…

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Yellow Line must replace all bolts on finger plates for safety

The Rail Transport Department has ordered Eastern Bangkok Monorail (EBM) to replace all the bolts used to tighten finger plates along the entire length of the Yellow Line track, after…

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More people drafted in, as search for missing 2-year-old expands

About 100 officials and volunteers have been mobilised, supported two police sniffer dogs, GPS tracking and blood trace detection devices, in the expanding search for the 2-year-old Lahu tribe boy,…

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Rescue teams finally allowed to recover bodies of crane collapse victims in Rayong

After hours of negotiation, workers at a construction site in Rayong’s Pluak Daeng district, where a crane collapsed and killed seven people yesterday, have allowed the police and rescue teams…

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Picture of Israeli soldier holding Thai flag causes a stir

At the request of Thailand, the Israeli government is urgently examining a photo depicting an Israeli soldier holding the Thai national flag in front of piles of debris. The request…

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Partial resumption of Yellow Line service

The Yellow Line monorail resumed a partial service today. Five stations remain closed, to allow for repairs to damage on the conductor rail caused by the dislocation of an expansion…

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Jakrapob released on bail

Jakrapob Penkair, a former redshirt leader, who returned to Bangkok today after living in self-imposed exile abroad for 15 years, has been released on Bt400,000 bail. After arriving at Suvarnabhumi…

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Same-sex marriage bill easily passes its final reading in House

Thailand’s Lower House approved the final reading of the landmark marriage equality bill today, making Thailand the first country in Southeast Asia, and the third country in Asia, to recognise…

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PM Srettha Thavisin

Good news about digital wallet scheme in April : Srettha

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said today that there will be good news about the digital wallet scheme announced on April 10. Chairing a meeting today to discuss the scheme, he…

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“Blue sky after the storm”: Senator Porntip

Senator Khunying Porntip Rojanasunan has criticised the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC), after the Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases cleared her and nine former colleagues at the Justice Ministry’s…

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Thaksin warmly welcomed at Pheu Thai party headquarters

Thaksin Shinawatra, the founder of the Pheu Thai party, received a warm welcome today as he returned to the party’s HQ for the first time in nearly two decades. Thaksin…

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Former PM Chuan Leekpai talks to reporters after listening the verdict.

Chuan cleared of defamation charge filed by Thaksin

The Bangkok South Criminal Court ordered the acquittal today of former prime minister Chuan Leekpai on a defamation charge, filed against him by ex-premier Thaksin Shinawatra. The court case dates…

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World Bank VP suggests flood controls for sustainable economy in Thailand

While Thailand aims to improve its economic performance, to be that of a high-income country by 2037, the government needs to overcome several major issues. A policy ensuring climate-resilient development…

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Lop Buri macaque relocation underway

National park officials started the selective capture of aggressive macaques in Lop Buri’s Muang district yesterday, for relocation to an animal shelter in Nakhon Nayok province. Controls on the distribution…

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Thai humanitarian aid handed over to Myanmar

Thailand began today delivering humanitarian aid to people in Myanmar affected by internal fighting between the governing junta and ethnic groups. The Thai Red Cross branch in Mae Sot handed…

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“Digital wallet” scheme disbursements to start in Q4 : Julapan

About 50 million Thai people, who are eligible to receive the 10,000 baht benefit under the digital wallet scheme, will receive the payments within the fourth quarter of this year,…

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Senator begins debate against government today with scathing attack on PM

Senator Seree Suwanpanont kicked off the Senate’s general debate against the government today by criticising the premier for acting like a salesman during his overseas visits, eroding the justice system…

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Thaksin to visit Pheu Thai party on Tuesday

Convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra will visit the Pheu Thai party on Tuesday, to provide an opportunity for the party’s MPs to meet with him, but he will not…

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Electricity saved in Bangkok during “Earth Hour” less than last year

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and its public and private sector networks managed to save 24.65 megawatts of electricity, by reducing unnecessary lighting and power consumption between 8.30pm and 9.30pm…

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Suphanat Mueanta reacts in jubilant after scoring a crucial point to draw a 1-1 tie with South Korea in their World Cup Qualifying Round Group C in Seoul.//Photo courtesy of The Football Association of Thailand

Suphanat Mueanta: Thailand’s football prodigy ignites hope of first FIFA World Cup appearance

In the pulsating world of football, there are moments that transcend the game itself, moments where a single act of brilliance becomes a beacon of hope for an entire nation….

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In this pool photograph distributed by the Russian state agency Sputnik, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin delivers his address in Moscow on March 23, 2024, the day after a gun attack on the Crocus City Hall in Krasnogorsk. Camouflaged assailants opened fire at the packed Crocus City Hall in Moscow’s northern suburb of Krasnogorsk on March 22, 2024, evening ahead of a concert by Soviet-era rock band Piknik in the deadliest attack in Russia for at least a decade. Russia on March 23, 2024, said it had arrested 11 people – including four gunmen – over the attack on a Moscow concert hall claimed by Islamic State, as the death toll rose to over 100 people. (Photo by Pavel Byrkin / POOL / AFP)

Putin vows retribution for ‘barbaric’ Moscow attack

Moscow, Russia – Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday called an attack on a concert hall that killed more than 100 a “barbaric terrorist act” and vowed harsh retribution to all…

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TDRI warns government against interference with the central bank

Chairman of the Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI), Dr. Somkiat Tangkitvanich, has advised the government not to interfere with the Bank of Thailand over the policy interest rate, warning that…

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House passes 3.48 trillion baht budget bill for 2024 fiscal year

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin thanked members of the House of Representatives after they voted for the second and third readings of the government’s 3.48 trillion baht budget bill for the…

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PM assigns acting national police chief to deep south

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin hosted an urgent meeting today with senior security officials, including acting national police chief Pol Gen Kittarat Panphet, following this morning’s attacks in three southernmost provinces….

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Korat lawyers demand removal of dating app billboards as more appear nationwide

Advertisement billboards for a dating app have now popped up in multiple provinces, including Chiang Rai, Songkhla and Pathum Thani. The messages they carry are eye-catching and have become popular…

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Dating app billboard criticised by Korat women’s right group

The leader of a women’s rights protection group in Thailand’s Nakhon Ratchasima province has described a dating app’s advertisement as being disrespectful to women. “The word ‘delicious’ should only be…

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PM Srettha Thavisin speaks at a press conference after chairing a Police Commission meeting today. Standing behind him is acting national police chief Pol Gen Kittarat Panphet.//Srettha’s Facebook

PM gags senior police officers over online gambling conflict

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin today ordered senior police officers to stop talking or giving news to the media about the BNKMaster online gambling case, in an effort to ease tensions…

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Bangkok shrouded in mysterious smog late Wednesday night

Many people in and around Bangkok reported the smell of burning late Wednesday night, as the city became shrouded in smog, with the amount of PM2.5 exceeding the 37.5 micron…

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Widespread flooding, traffic gridlock as summer storm hits Bangkok

Widespread flooding, resulting in traffic gridlock, was reported in Bangkok this morning after a summer storm. One of the worst affected areas was the in-bound flyover at the Phet Kasem-Ratchapruek…

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National police chief Pol Gen Torsak Sukvimol (L) and his deputy; Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn in a press conference earlier this month.

Torsak and Surachate transferred

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin today ordered the transfer of two top national police generals, Pol Gen Torsak Sukvimol and Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, to inactive posts at Government House for…

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“Kru Preecha” gets two years for lying about owning five first prize lottery tickets

A Kanchanaburi school teacher, who lied about being the owner of five first prize lottery tickets in the possession of a retired police officer, which resulted in a prolonged court…

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Commander of HTMS Chonburi transferred pending investigation

The Navy has transferred the commander of HTMS Chonburi to the Royal Thai Fleet Command on a temporary basis, pending the outcome of the investigation into an accident in which…

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UTTC cuts Thailand’s growth forecast this year to 2.6%

Thailand’s economic growth forecast for 2024 is 2.6%. This is a reduction from 3.2%, as earlier projected, due to the fragile economic recovery, a slowdown in private investment, the weak…

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Russian “kicking” suspect surrenders to Pha-ngan island police

A Russian woman surrenders to police on Pha-ngan Island today, after a Thai woman, who is eight months pregnant, had reported that the Russian kicked and injured her. The Russian…

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Air pollution in Chiang Mai highlighted in Chinese life-style social media

Airborne pollution in Chiang Mai, which was ranked the most polluted city in the world by the real time Air Quality Index (AQI) last week, has become a topic of…

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Visas revoked for two New Zealanders charged with attacking police officer

The immigration office in Phuket has revoked the visas of two New Zealanders, who allegedly assaulted a traffic police officer in Chalong district of Phuket and snatched his service pistol…

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Pheu Thai leader Paetongtarn Shinawatra paid a courtesy call on Cambodia’s PM Hun Manet in Phnom Pehn today. /Photo : Hun Manet’s FB

Paetongtarn visits Phnom Penh at the invitation of Hun Sen

Pheu Thai party leader Paetongtarn Shinawatra led her executive board members on a visit to Cambodia today, at the invitation of Hun Sen, the former Cambodian prime minister. The team…

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EC petitions Constitutional Court seeking dissolution of Move Forward party

The Election Commission (EC) submitted a petition to the Constitutional Court today, seeking the dissolution of the Move Forward party and the barring of the party’s executive members from politics,…

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PM Srettha witnesses forest fires in Phayao

Prime minister Srettha Thavisin obtained first-hand experience of forest fires today, as he visited the northern province of Phayao. He was traveling in his motorcade along rural road No. 120,…

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Former forest chief offers advice on controlling northern forest fires

As forest fires rage in several northern provinces, resulting in the accumulation of PM2.5 in the atmosphere, former deputy prime minister Plodprasop Suraswadi has offered some advice, based on how…

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Two New Zealanders arrested for assault on police in Phuket

Two New Zealand nationals will have their tourist visas revoked and will be blacklisted from revisiting Thailand after they allegedly assaulted a Phuket traffic police officer and attempted to seize…

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Issuance of new work visas for Thai berry pickers in Finland paused

The Finnish Embassy in Bangkok has temporarily suspended the issuance of new visas to Thais who want to work as berry pickers in Finland, pending the adjustment of regulations to…

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Thailand’s surrogacy boom: Global baby-making haven or traffickers’ paradise

The idea of legalizing surrogacy services for foreign couples, including LGBTQ partners, promises rich benefits for Thailand’s medical industry – but has also triggered grave concerns about human trafficking risks….

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Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn summoned to acknowledge money laundering charges

Enquiry officers from Bangkok’s Thung Song Hong police station have issued a summons for Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, the deputy national police chief, to acknowledge money laundering charges, in connection…

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Thaksin insists he was genuinely ill while in Police General Hospital

Former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra claimed today that he did not feign illness and was genuinely sick when he was admitted to the Police General Hospital for treatment, but he…

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Pita Limjaroenrat

Pita joins political crowd visiting Chiang Mai

Former Move Forward leader Pita Limjaroenrat is the latest major political special guest to visit the northern province of Chiang Mai this weekend, following incumbent Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin and…

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The exorbitant price Thailand is paying for high household debt 

The crisis of high household debt is casting a dark shadow over Thai society: over a million people are on the edge of bankruptcy, some have committed suicide or crimes,…

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From left : PM Srettha Thavisin, former PMs; Thaksin Shinawatra and Somchai Wongsawat

Three PMs, one dinner

A dinner being held in Chiang Mai tonight is far from ordinary, as it involves three prime ministers — one incumbent and two former ones. They are Prime Minister Srettha…

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I find happiness among my loved ones as my health improves : Thaksin

Thaksin Shinawatra, convict on parole, said in his first interview today after returning to Thailand that ‘Happiness is at home’.” He was speaking during his visit to a cemetery in Mae…

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HTMS Chonburi

HTMS Chonburi moored at sea after accidental weapons discharge

The Navy has relocated HTMS Chonburi out to sea, from the naval base in Chon Buri province, after a jammed artillery shell was accidentally discharged into HTMS Khirirat, which was…

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Thaksin’s political resurrection starts with crucial Chiang Mai test

The media spotlight has been fixed on Thaksin Shinawatra ever since he returned to Thailand last August after 15 years in exile. That scrutiny intensified on Thursday as the former…

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Thailand to propose “Wai Khru” ceremony for UNESCO intangible cultural heritage listing

The Ministry of Education plans to propose that UNESCO includes the Thai ceremony for paying respect to teachers, known as the “Wai Khru” ceremony, in the intangible cultural heritage list….

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HTMS Khirirat on fire in Sattahip, at least nine injured

A fire broke out on HTMS Khirirat around noon today while docking in Laem Thian, Sattahip district, Chonburi province. Initial reports said at least nine Navy officers were injured and…

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Thaksin begins visit to Chiang Mai

Thaksin Shinawatra arrived in Chiang Mai at 9.30am by his private jet and was welcomed by scores of his supporters, known as red-shirts. He emerged from the jet wearing sunglasses…

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Thaksin pays respect at Bangkok city pillar shrine before leaving for Chiang Mai

Former PM Thaksin Shinawatra appeared for the first time since returning to his Chan Song La residence this morning, along with his youngest daughter Paetongtarn Shinawatra, leader of the Pheu…

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Social science exam paper raises debate over national security

A question in a social science exam paper, which asks students to discuss some of the most contentious issues in Thailand, is making headlines and is being widely shared by…

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Dissolution or victory: Move Forward’s future in the balance

The Move Forward Party has suffered a turbulent three-year ride since it emerged as the reincarnation of the disbanded Future Forward in 2020. Not only was its leader suspended as…

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Photo by WWF Thailand

Human-elephant relationship is a win-win

It has been many decades since Wanna Kerdzab’s family started using an area of over nearly five hectares, located near the edge of Kui Buri National Park to the east,…

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Over 30 senators to grill govt during no-confidence debate

More than 30 senators have expressed a wish to take part in the no-confidence debate against the government of Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin, tentatively before the end of this month….

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Suvarnabhumi world’s seventh most luxurious airport

Thailand’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport has been ranked the seventh most luxurious by Travel + Leisure magazine’s website. The airport is rated second most luxurious in ASEAN. Top of the list…

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Charter Court asked to dissolve Move Forward party

Thailand’s Election Commission (EC) has decided unanimously to ask the Constitutional Court to dissolve the opposition Move Forward party, after finding sufficient evidence to believe that the party has attempted…

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Dr Warong Dechgitvigrom, leader of the Thai Pakdee party, (C), raises his fist in victory after the Criminal Court acquitted him in a defamation suit.

Leader of the Thai Pakdee party not guilty of defamation

The Criminal Court acquitted Dr Warong Dechgitvigrom, leader of the Thai Pakdee party, today in a defamation suit filed against him by Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, former leader of the now-defunct Future…

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Tight control of alcohol sales during Songkran festival

In a bid to reduce road accidents caused by drunk driving during the extended “World Songkran Festival”, which takes place between April 1st and 21st, the Ministry of Public Health…

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Additional flights by six airlines available during Songkran festival

Thailand’s six domestic airlines have sought permission from the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) to add 104 flights to their schedules during the “Grand Songkran Festival”, to cope with…

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Holy month of Ramadan begins in Thailand on March 12

The Muslim community in Thailand is preparing for the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, starting on March 12th this year, according to an announcement from Aroon Boonchom, the Sheikhul Islam…

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Mark Garland, 62 (left) from Bristol, with his doppelganger, Mark Garland, 58, from Trowbridge.//Photo from younger Garland’s Facebook

Twice the Mark: Double the Trouble

Two British passengers, on a flight from London to Bangkok earlier this month, shared a series of similarities: their names, where they live, their appearance and particularly their passion for…

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Phuket to crack down on illegal foreign businesses using Thai nominees

Phuket administration has agreed to set up a centre to deal with illegal alien businesses, after complaints from Thai business operators that many foreigners have set up businesses on the…

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Fostering the human – elephant relationship

While many areas of Thailand are grappling with the issue of human-elephant conflicts, Kui Buri National Park has successfully turned this crisis into an opportunity. The initiative aims not only…

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Reward offered per arrest of forest fire starters in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai administration is offering a reward of Bt10,000 for the arrest of the person or people who started forest fires, as the PM2.5 dust problem in 17 northern provinces,…

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Majority of 12,000 Thais in Dubai are working illegally – Thai consul general

Most of the 12,000 Thais employed in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates are illegal workers who were either lured with promises of high pay. There are only about 4,500…

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Thai PM Srettha Thavisin is visiting Paris.//Photo : Srettha’s Facebook.

PM Srettha may meet with parolee Thaksin in Chiang Mai

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin disclosed today during his visit to Paris that he may arrange a meeting with former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra in the northern province of Chiang Mai,…

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People to work from home in Chiang Mai if haze does not subside by Sunday

The Chiang Mai provincial administration is monitoring PM2.5 levels closely and is expected to issue advice to provincial units and educational institutions on Sunday to let their staff work from…

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