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Workers are transported on a truck to a construction site in Bangkok on July 23, 2020. (Photo by Mladen ANTONOV / AFP)

Bangkok to ban trucks with more than six wheels from 6am to 9pm for 3 months

Trucks, with more than six wheels, will be banned from Bangkok from 6am to 9pm, from December 1st until end of February, as the city’s administration takes precautionary steps to…

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Five Thai freighter crewmen missing in the sea off Taiwan

Two Thai crew members of a freighter were injured and five others are missing after their vessel capsized in rough seas off Gao Song town in Taiwan on Friday night….

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Energy Minister says NGV gas pipeline safe and meets international standards

Thailand’s Energy Minister, Supattanapong Punmeechaow, has dismissed speculation that damage caused by a backhoe was responsible for the gas leak from an underground CNG gas pipeline. The leak led to…

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3 dead in gas pipeline explosion in Samut Prakan

Three people were killed and about 28 others injured when NGV gas leaked from a pipeline and ignited, opposite a temple in the Bang Bo district of Samut Prakan province…

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Thailand enters cold season today

Thailand is officially entering the cold season today (Thursday), as temperatures in the northern, northeastern, central and eastern regions drop below 23oC, said Korravee Sitthichivapark, Deputy Director-General of the Meteorological…

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Yellow flag raised in municipal area of Nakhon Ratchasima as river level rises

A yellow flag has been flown since yesterday at a bridge spanning the Lam Takong River, which meanders through the Muang district of Thailand’s northeastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima, as…

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Appeal Court confirms ex-policeman Charoon’s ownership of ฿30m lottery tickets

The 7th Region Appeals Court has upheld the acquittal, by the Kanchanaburi Provincial Court, of Pol Lt Charoon Wimon over the 30-million baht first-prize lottery saga, on the grounds that…

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Over 50 houses submerged after reservoir levee fails in Nakhon Ratchasima

More than 50 houses, in a small village in Pak Thong Chai district of Thailand’s northeastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima, are partially under water today after a wall of water…

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Bangkok’s public transport systems partially closed

Services at several stations of the BTS Skytrain, MRT underground train and the Airport Rail Link, three of Bangkok’s major public transport systems, have been suspended in anticipation of another…

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Heavy rain forecast in northeastern, central and eastern Thailand this weekend

The Thai Meteorological Department has forecast heavy rain and isolated very heavy showers in the northeastern, central and eastern regions this weekend, due to a depression moving westward and gaining…

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Mae Sot residents protest against lax control of truckers from Myanmar

Several residents of Thailand’s Mae Sot district rallied in front of the second permanent border checkpoint, at the Friendship Bridge, demanding the temporary closure of the crossing to prevent the…

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Thai military on standby to help victims of tropical storm Nangka

Military units, tasked with public disaster relief responsibilities,have been placed on standby, to help people affected by flooding, as Thailand’s Meteorological Department warns of heavy rains, from tomorrow until Friday,…

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Thais pay tribute to late Great King Bhumibol on 4th anniversary of his passing

Thai people nationwide came out in force this morning to pay tribute to late King Bhumibol the Great on the fourth anniversary of his passing on October 13th, 2016 at…

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Floods, political tide undermine Bangkok governor

Once hailed as the “white knight” who crushed high-profile criminals, Pol Gen Aswin Kwanmuang is now feeling the pressure of growing political protest coupled with public anger over severe flooding…

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PM orders flood relief aid to Pak Chong district of Nakhon Ratchasima

Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered help to be rushed to Pak Chong district of the country’s northeastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima, to relieve the suffering of flood victims….

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Public may pay respect to statue of late King Bhumibol on Oct 13th at the Grand Palace

His Majesty the King of Thailand has graciously granted permission for members of the public to pay respect to the statue of the late King Bhumibol at Prasat Phra Thep…

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Thai Army denies spreading disinformation on opposition figures via Twitter

The Royal Army (RTA) has dismissed Twitter’s accusation that more than 900 Twitter accounts, engaged in spreading disinformation about prominent opposition figures, were linked to the army. Twitter said in…

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General Apirat enters monkhood at Hong Rattan Aram Temple

Former Army Commander-in-Chief, General Apirat Kongsompong, entered the monkhood this morning (Thursday) at Hong Rattan Aram Temple in a simple ceremony attended by relatives and close friends.   Among the…

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Police seize 500,000 “yaa baa” pills from overturned pickup truck in Phichit

Rescue workers accidentally stumbled on a substantial haul of methamphetamine, or “yaa baa” pills as they arrived at the scene of a road accident, on a provincial highway in Po…

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Labour groups seek probe into Social Security Office’s Sripanwa REIT investment

A network of labour groups is demanding that Thailand’s Ministry of Labour set up a panel to investigate the Social Security Office’s investment in Sripanwa Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT)…

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Smooth test run on BTS Green Line Wat Mahatat to Khu Khot extension

Bangkok Mass Transit System Plc (BMTS) has been conducting test runs on the BTS extension of the northern Green Line route,from Wat Phra Sri Mahatat station to Khu Khot station,…

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Minister says it is too early to conclude wildlife at Songkhla Zoo sold to wildlife traffickers

Thailand’s Natural Resources and Environment Minister Woravuth Silpa-archa has told officials not to jump to the conclusion that wildlife, missing from Songkhla zoo, were stolen and sold to black market…

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11 teachers and staff of Sarasas School to face multiple charges

Eleven teachers and staff, of a kindergarten and nursery at Sarasas Witaed Ratchaphruek School in Nonthaburi province, have been identified by police as having allegedly physically abused 30 children in…

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Nataphol Teepsuwan, Education Minister, sits down in front of his ministry to meet students and listens to their demands.

Bad Student activists demand ouster of Thailand’s Education Minister

About 100 members of the Bad Student Movement rallied in front of Thailand’s Ministry of Education this afternoon (Friday) to demand the resignation of Education Minister Nataphol Teepsuwan, accusing him…

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Police chief claims Chompoo was abducted, but fails to identify the perpetrator

Three-year old Chompoo went missing from her home in Dong Luang district of Thailand’s northeastern province Muk Dahan on May 11th this year. Her body was found three days later…

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A Shan woman in traditional costume dances to celebrate the end of Vassa, the Buddhist Lent, in Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Son province.

Castles, lights and strange creatures

The spectacular Ork Wa Festival returns to the Shan-speaking communities of the small and sleepy town of Mae Sariang in Thailand’s Northern province of Mae Hong Son this month with…

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Miss Universe Thailand 2020 contestant disqualified for breaking contest rules

The organizing committee of Miss Universe Thailand 2020 has disqualified a leading contestant, for allegedly allowing her manager/chaperone to interfere with contest activities, in violation of the beauty contest rules….

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Ex-Meteorological Department chief sent to prison for 3 years and 4 months

Former Director-General of Thailand’s Meteorological Department, Mr. Suparoek Tansrirattanawong, was sentenced to three years and four months in prison today, without suspension, by the Central Criminal Court for Corruption and…

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Beat the COVID crisis and get hired – Advice for new graduates

The coronavirus pandemic has triggered an economic recession, with no sign of recovery in the near future. By the end of this year approximately 3-4 million people will be unemployed,…

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Signs prohibiting entry to the Royal Hotel, currently used as an alternative state quarantine (ASQ) hotel for people returning to the country from abroad in an attempt to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, are seen displayed at the entrance of the building in Bangkok on September 28, 2020.

Thailand records 14 new COVID-19 cases today, including 7 Thai soldiers returning from South Sudan

Seven more Thai soldiers, returning from South Sudan, are among 14 new COVID-19 cases recorded in Thailand today (Tuesday). According to the CCSA, the new infections, confirmed by tests conducted…

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First group of Chinese tourists to arrive in Phuket on Oct 8th 

On October 8th, a group of 150 Chinese nationals, issued with special tourist visas (STV), will be the first foreign tourists allowed into Thailand, under the conditional entry scheme for…

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Thailand’s Hazardous Substances Committee upholds ban on farm chemicals

Contrary to speculation by anti-paraquat groups, the Hazardous Substances Committee has reconfirmed its ban on the production, import, export and possession of the herbicide paraquat and pesticide chlorpyrifos, which came…

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Civic societies outraged by bid for land in Phetchabun for gold exploration

Civic societies in Thailand’s central province of Phetchabun have joined in protest against applications for concessions to explore and mine gold in Wang Pong and Chon Dan districts, covering an…

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Supreme Court dismisses Thai firm’s copyright claim over “Ultraman”

Thailand’s Supreme Court’s Division for Intellectual Property Rights and International Trade has rejected an appeal by a Thai production house, claiming copyright over movies about Japan’s superhero Ultraman.   Mr….

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SSO board told to clarify its investment in Sri Panwa Hotel’s trust fund

Civil Society for State Welfare is demanding clarification from the board of the Social Security Office (SSO) about its investment in the Sri Panwa Hospitality Real Estate Investment Trust, while…

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7-month old girl among five new COVID-19 cases recorded in Thailand today

Thailand today recorded five new COVID-19 cases, including a seven-month old Indian girl, among arrivals from abroad in state quarantine. According to the CCSA, the child, her parents and another…

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PM orders Thai authorities to seek Interpol’s help to apprehend Red Bull scion

Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has instructed authorities to coordinate with Interpol to issue a Red Notice for Red Bull heir Vorayuth Yoovidhya to have him provisionally arrested and held,…

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The late General Prem’s Ban Sisao Thewes residence being demolished

Ban Sisao Thewes, for more than four decades the official residence of the late Privy Council President Prem Tinsulanonda, since he served as the army Commander-in-Chief, is being demolished, after…

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Former Thai intelligence deputy chief says protest leaders will face legal action

Thailand’s Former National Intelligence Agency Deputy Director Nantiwat Samart said today (Sunday) that protest leaders are likely to face legal consequences arising from their roles during the rally at Sanam…

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Three new COVID-19 cases recorded in Thailand

Thailand recorded three new COVID-19 cases today among Thai returnees in state quarantine.   According to the CCSA, one new infection is a 48-year old Thai man, who worked as…

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Prosecutors decide to indict Red Bull heir on two charges

An ad hoc panel of the Office of the Attorney-General (OAG) has decided to indict Red Bull heir Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya on charges of reckless driving causing the death of…

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People along rivers in 24 provinces warned to brace for flooding as Noul approaches

Riverside residents in 24 northern and northeastern provinces of Thailand have been warned to brace for flash floods or runoffs as tropical storm Noul, currently a Category 3 storm likely…

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Five family members found shot to death

Three men, a woman and a 9-year old boy were found dead, in what is suspected to be a multiple suicide or murder-suicide, at a house in the Suksawat area…

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General Apirat appointed Deputy Secretary of the Palace

Outgoing Army Commander-in-Chief General Apirat Kongsompong has been appointed Deputy Secretary of the Royal Palace by His Majesty the King. Also appointed to the same position is Naras Savestanan, Director-General…

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Weather depression warning for parts of Thailand from September 18th-20th

Most parts of Thailand will experience more rain, as well as isolated heavy to very heavy downpours in the northern, northeastern, central, eastern and southern regions of the country from…

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Thai conscript dies after just two weeks in military service

“An end to conscription” hashtag has become a hot trend on Twitter today, with more than 56,000 tweets, after a Facebook post about the death of a young man only…

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Ex-Deputy Commerce Minister Banyin pleads guilty to kidnap and murder

Thailand’s former Deputy Commerce Minister Banyin Tangpakorn has reversed his not guilty plea and confessed to the kidnapping and murder of the brother of a judge who presided over a…

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PM asked to temporarily remove police involved in helping Red Bull heir from active service

Thailand’s Institute for Judicial Reform has urged Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha temporarily to relieve from active service all police officers involved in helping Red Bull heir Vorayuth Yoovidhya escape prosecution…

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Workers are transported on a truck to a construction site in Bangkok on July 23, 2020. (Photo by Mladen ANTONOV / AFP)

Senate committee asked to rethink changing mandatory retirement age

A subcommittee, of Thailand’s Senate Committee on Social Development and Affairs of Children, Youth, Women, Elderly People and Under-privileged people, has proposed a rethink and delay of a plan to…

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Thai PBS wins 3 prestigious Nataraja Awards

The Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS) has won the prestigious Nataraja Awards for three of its news programmes. The awards for 2019 announced over the weekend are for Thai…

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Workers are transported on a truck to a construction site in Bangkok on July 23, 2020. (Photo by Mladen ANTONOV / AFP)

Does my employer have to say if a coworker has the virus?

Does my employer have to say if a coworker has the virus? Employers are generally not required to tell workers when someone in the workplace has tested positive for the…

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Flowers are placed in the inscribed names of deceased at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum, Friday, Sept. 11, 2020, in New York. Americans will commemorate 9/11 with tributes that have been altered by coronavirus precautions and woven into the presidential campaign. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

US remembers 9/11, with virus altering familiar tributes

NEW YORK (AP) — Americans commemorated 9/11 on Friday as another national crisis, the coronavirus, reconfigured ceremonies and as a presidential campaign carved a path through the memorials. In New…

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การทำงานของไลฟ์การ์ดในช่วงโควิด “Working as a lifeguard during the COVID-19 pandemic”

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International art festival set to return amid coronavirus

Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, many events have been forced online. Bangkok Art Biennale (BAB) is about to become the exception, with the organizer deciding to make it…

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SRT board considering substantial off-peak fare cut on airport rail link from October to end of December

The SRT Electric Train Company, the operator of the airport rail link service, will propose that the SRT board reduce fares by about 44%, during off-peak hours, from October until…

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Tiger sighted in maize plantation near Huey Kha Kheng wildlife sanctuary

Forest rangers have been trying to track down a wild tiger and persuade it to return to its natural habitat, in Huey Kha Kheng wildlife sanctuary in Thailand’s western province…

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Thailand’s suicide rate surged 22% in past six months of the COVID-19 pandemic

Thailand’s Department of Mental Health has adopted a pro-active approach, in coordination with the Police Crime Suppression Division and social media influencers, to help people who have may self-harm after…

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Thailand’s western border sealed to prevent influx of people escaping COVID-19 outbreak in Myanmar

Thailand’s Ministry of Interior has ordered all provinces bordering Myanmar to increase border surveillance and patrols, to prevent a potential influx of Myanmar people and migrant workers, reducing the risk…

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Hackers demand 200,000 bitcoin ransom from Saraburi Hospital for medical files

Thailand’s Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul has ordered an investigation into the hacking of the computer system of Saraburi Hospital, rendering the entire system inoperable and disrupting medical services. The…

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Thailand’s Deputy Finance Minister’s educational credentials questioned

The educational credentials of Deputy Finance Minister Santi Prompat have re-emerged as an issue of public interest after he implied that he is qualified to become the new Finance Minister,…

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Sixteen Democrat MPs second opposition Kao Klai Party’s motion to trim power of Thailand’s senators

A motion, seconded by 99 opposition and government MPs, was today submitted to House Speaker Chuan Leekpai to seek amendment of Section 272 of Thailand’s Constitution, with the aim of…

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City Hall opens hotlines for people to seek advice on COVID-19 infection

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has opened hot lines for people in Bangkok infected with COVID-19, or who are at risk of becoming infected, so they can seek consultations with…

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Matt Lucas finds a new world through Muay Thai

Kicking high into a new world

For some people, finding passion and true happiness in life can be a lifelong journey. American Matt Lucas found his through Muay Thai and moved to the sport’s motherland to…

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Veerachai removed as the deputy national police chief

Police General Veerachai Songmetta has been removed from his post as the deputy national police chief. The move is retroactive to July 29th and is for an alleged gross disciplinary…

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Waves crash on the coast as Typhoon Haishen approaches in Makurazaki, Kagoshima prefecture on September 6, 2020. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)

Powerful typhoon slams Japan with violent winds, heavy rain

A powerful typhoon began to lash southern Japan on Sunday, with officials warning it could bring record rainfall and winds strong enough to snap power line poles and flip cars….

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This general view taken from the viewing platform of the Baiyoke Sky Hotel in Bangkok late April 29, 2020, shows illuminated intersecting highways, empty of vehicles after the start of a 22:00-04:00 curfew imposed in the Thai capital. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

DJ may have been infected at his work places by an asymptomatic case

The unidentified DJ, who became Thailand’s first locally transmitted COVID-19 case in more than 100 days, may have been infected at his work places by someone returning from abroad, or…

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Villagers block access to rock crushing plant to reclaim their community forest

Environment-conscious villagers have blocked access to a rock crushing plant in their community, in Suwankhuha district of Thailand’s northeastern province of Nong Bua Lamphu, to take over the community forest…

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Royal Thai Air Force’s first satellite launched

The Royal Thai Air Force’s first satellite, for security applications, was successfully launched into space at 8.51am Thursday local time from the Guiana Space Centre in French Guiana. Named Napa-1,…

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Two western tourists to be deported for catching protected marine species

Two western tourists, who took a selfie of themselves holding one of Thailand’s species of protected marine wildlife while scuba diving, are to be deported after their tourist visas were…

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Fraud complaint lodged against famous life coach by official in Chiang Mai

A complaint has been filed, with the Mae Rim district police in Chiang Mai province, by the district’s assistant chief, accusing well-known life coach Sean Buranahirun of illegal fund raising…

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Yala’s secret sparkle

Mention must-see tourist attractions in the southern province of Yala and the ones that immediately spring to mind are the sea of morning mist at Ai Yoeweng, the Piyamit Tunnel…

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No more enforced social distancing on Thailand’s public rail networks

Thailand’s Department of Rail Transport has decided to ease social distancing measures, when travelling on all public rail transport systems, by allowing the occupancy of all seats, but passengers must…

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Official probe reveals conspiracy to help Red Bull heir evade justice

There was a conspiracy, involving police officers, prosecutors, lawyers, politicians and private individuals, to distort the course of Red Bull heir’s fatal hit and run case. They used legal loopholes,…

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Narathiwat deputy police chief narrowly escapes death in insurgent ambush

The Deputy Chief of Thailand’s southern border province of Narathiwat and four of his subordinates narrowly escaped death and serious injury when their armour-plated pickup truck was ambushed by a…

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Bangkok’s Tuesday morning traffic nightmare

It was a nightmare for both motorists and public transport commuters in Bangkok on Tuesday morning after the city, infamous for its normal congestion, had been battered by heavy showers,…

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The Royal Thai Navy held a press conference on Monday to defend the submarine deal. (Photo from Thai Royal Navy)

The Royal Thai Navy agrees to submarine budget reduction

The Royal Thai Navy (RTN) has agreed to cut the 3.925 billion baht budget, allocated for the 2021 fiscal year’s instalment for its purchase of submarines, so that the money…

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PM to publish Vicha panel’s report on Red Bull heir’s case on Tuesday

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will make public tomorrow the details of the investigation of the alleged mishandling of the Red Bull heir Vorayuth Yoovidhya’s fatal hit-and-run case. Former election commissioner…

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Thai Health Ministry to oppose resumption of the use of toxic farm chemicals

Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) is up in arms against the possible resumption of the use of two hazardous substances, paraquat and chlorpyrifos, the use of which, in the…

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Thai Pakdee royalist group vows to oppose constitutional amendments

The royalist Thai Pakdee group has announced manifesto. Its policies include protection of the Thai Monarchy, no constitutional changes and strict enforcement of the law, with action to be taken…

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A Kashmiri shopkeeper sits at the entrance of his half closed shop during lockdown in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, July 27, 2020. Indian-controlled Kashmir’s economy is yet to recover from a colossal loss a year after New Delhi scrapped the disputed region’s autonomous status and divided it into two federally governed territories. (AP Photo/Mukhtar Khan)

India sets global record with single-day rise in coronavirus cases

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India on Sunday reported the biggest single-day jump in coronavirus infections of any nation in the COVID-19 pandemic, as the epicentre shifts to the south Asian…

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Classes for Myanmar students the border suspended to prevent spread of coronavirus

Thai officials have temporarily suspended classes for about 350 Myanmar students at a border school in the Sangkhla Buri district, of the western province of Kanchanaburi, as a precaution against…

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A protester points at pictures of the allegedly kidnapped Thai activist Wanchalearm Satsaksit hanged outside the Embassy of Cambodia in Bangkok on Monday.

Protest rallies pose challenge for Thai mainstream media

Whatever the truth, the impression among anti-government protesters is that mainstream media are not doing the job they are supposed to.   The protesters believe that the role of keeping the…

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School director who killed three people during gold shop robbery sentenced to death by Thai court

A school director, who killed 3 people, including a young boy, while stealing about 665,000 baht worth of gold ornaments from a shop in Thailand’s central province of Lop Buri…

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Ministry of Digital Economy seeks blocks on more allegedly offensive websites

Thailand’s Ministry of Digital Economy and Society is sending notifications to social media networks asking them to block access to websites which are deemed to be breaching Thai law, said…

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Thailand’s submarine purchase cannot be scrapped, but can be postponed

The Royal Thai Navy’s (RTN) plan to procure two Chinese-made Yuan-class submarines, at an estimated cost to the taxpayer of 22.5 billion baht, cannot be scrapped because it was approved,…

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Premchai-affiliated company applies to use huge land plots in Loei province

The Forest Department and civic groups in the northeastern province of Loei have raised strong objections to the Loei Land Office’s decision to consider an application, from CPK International, a…

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Thai Police seize about 1.6 billion baht of illicit drugs in Kanchanaburi province

Thai police, in the western province of Kanchanaburi, yesterday seized a massive haul of illicit drugs concealed in a 12-wheel trailer truck. The drugs have an estimated street value of…

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Court issues new arrest warrant for Red Bull heir on three charges

The Bangkok South Criminal Court has issued a fresh warrant for the arrest of Red Bull heir Vorayuth Yoovidhya on three charges, as requested by police enquiry officers from Thonglor…

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Student protesters flash the three-fingered Hunger Games salute during an anti-government rally at Mahidol University in Nakhon Pathom on August 18, 2020.

Student representatives to be included in panel to draft a new charter

Thailand’s students will be represented, for the first time, in the Constitution Drafting Assembly (CDA), under a proposal by government whips, chief whip Wirat Rattanaseth said Monday, after a meeting…

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Thai protest leader nabbed in Rayong province

Protest leader Panupong Jaadnok, alias Mike Rayong, was taken into police custody when he was holding a poster questioning the benefits of land reclamation in Rayong province, as Prime Minister…

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Thai navy’s top brass accuse Pheu Thai of politicizing submarine procurement

The Royal Thai Navy’s top brass lined up on Monday to defend the 22.5 billion baht procurement of two Chinese-made submarines and accused the opposition Pheu Thai party of politicizing…

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A Rajabhat U. Phuket senior charged by police over junior’s death

Police in Thailand’s southern province of Phuket charged a senior student at Phuket Rajabhat University today with negligence causing the death of another person. Over a week ago, the accused…

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Pop art icon’s works come to town

Had Andy Warhol not died prematurely in 1987, he would be turning 92 this August. He never came to Thailand and neither did his artworks, though his famous pieces like…

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Severe flooding reported in Thailand’s northern and northeastern provinces

Several northern and northeastern provinces of Thailand are flooded today, after they were lashed by torrential rains induced by a monsoon trough. In Wiang Sa district, of the northern province…

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Thanathorn throws down gauntlet over budget for Royal Office

Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, former leader of the now-defunct Future Forward Party, may no longer be an MP. But that certainly has not stopped him from rattling the establishment. Thanathorn did something…

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All-girl Rajini school forbids students “improper” references to the Monarchy

The conservative all-girl Rajini School has announced that it will not allow students to refer to the Thai Monarchy in an offensive manner and will not allow any actions which…

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Student dies on campus after she was allegedly bullied by her senior

A complaint has been lodged with police in Phuket province by the family of a female student at Rajabhat Phuket University, who died after she was allegedly bullied by her…

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A woman and a boy wearing face masks walk past Harrods’ mascot bears wearing face masks in a shopping mall in Bangkok on July 10, 2020. (Photo by Mladen ANTONOV / AFP)

Local officials to monitor those leaving quarantine to ensure they are clear of COVID-19

All district offices and local administration organizations in Thailand have been instructed to monitor the health of people who have completed their 14-day mandatory quarantine, to make sure they are…

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Two Thai women in hospital after COVID virus DNA found in their system

Two Thai women have been hospitalized for observation after traces of COVID-19 were found in their system, despite the fact that they were cleared of infection during their 14-days in…

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New royalist group formed to protect the Thai Monarchy

Former Democrat MP for Phitsanuloke province, Dr. Warong Dejkitvigrom, unveiled a new royalist group today (Wednesday), which is dedicated to protecting the Thai Monarchy, culture and way of life. Dr….

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