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Motorcyclists demand the right to use under and overpasses in Bangkok

About 500 motorcyclists rallied in front of the City Hall in Bangkok on Sunday to demand the right to use under and overpasses, which they have been barred from using…

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Ex-Kaeng Krachan park chief seeks protection for his men from alleged police intimidation

Former Kaeng Krachan national park chief Chaiwat Limlikhit-aksorn is seeking protection, from the head of the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, for his former staff members at…

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Four park officials transferred to facilitate DSI’s probe into Billy’s murder

Four officials at Kaeng Krachan national park in Phetchaburi province, who were involved in the arrest of Karen human rights defender Polajee “Billy” Rakchongcharoen five years ago, were ordered out…

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Former news anchorman Sorayuth acquitted by Supreme Court

Thailand’s Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the Appeal Court’s acquittal of former news anchor Sorayuth Suthasanachinda on charges of falsifying advertising-related documents to enable his company to pay lower air…

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DSI to wrap up Billy’s murder case in three months

The Department of Special Investigation is expected to take another three months to conclude the investigation into the murder of Karen human rights defender Polajee “Billy” Rakchongcharoen, DSI director-general Pol…

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Immigration police smash alleged Chinese swindle gang

A group of 58 Chinese ‘tourists’ were arrested by Thai immigration officials for allegedly operating an illegal stock trading and foreign exchange scam at a Bangkok hotel, targeting mainly Chinese…

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National park chief says officials implicated in Billy’s murder won’t be protected

Chief of the National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department has given an assurance that he will not protect any of his officials if they are implicated in the kidnapping…

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Karen activist ‘Billy’ killed and incinerated in oil drum – DSI

Karen human rights defender Polajee “Billy” Rakchongcharoen was killed and his body stuffed into and burned in a 200-litre oil drum, which was later dumped into a river in Kaeng…

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Rail Dept. mulls 40% off-peak discount for Blue & Purple lines and Airport Link

The newly-established Rail Department will propose that the Transport Ministry consider a reduction in electric train fares of up to 40% during off-peak hours, from 10 am to 4 pm…

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Government urged to issue an executive decree to ban paraquat

A member of the Democrat Party’s policy committee has challenged the government to issue an executive decree to ban the use of the weed killer paraquat immediately. Mr. Atthawich Suwanpakdi…

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Police offer 3,000 baht reward for information on street racing and reckless driving

Starting Tuesday, police are offering cash rewards of 3,000 baht a time to individuals who provide information about illegal street racing, reckless driving in a way which disregards public safety,…

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Tropical storm Kajiki to miss Thailand, but rain will be heavy, especially in NE

Thailand will be spared a direct hit by Kajiki, the depression which has been moving west across the South China Sea toward Vietnam, but its impacts will be felt with…

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Finance to propose retaining 7 percent VAT up to another 2 years

Thailand’s Finance Ministry will propose to the cabinet that the current 7% value-added tax rate be retained for a further one to two years, in line with the current economic…

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HK protesters disrupt MTR services, school students boycott classes

HONG KONG (Agencies) – Anti-government protesters in Hong Kong turned up at several MTR stations during morning rush on Monday blocking carriage doors from closing with umbrellas in a demonstration…

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The Life of a New Mum

As Thailand has become an ageing society, the government aims to increase birth rate commence in January 2020. Let’s take a look at the life of a new mum, who…

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The 10th dead dugong of this year found on Koh Libong

A dead dugong was found beached near an estuary on Libong Island in Thailand’s southern province of Trang on Sunday morning. The two fishermen from Ban Nam Robin Tambon Bangsak,…

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Floods ease in eight N and NE provinces, but 16 others remain flooded

Flooding in eight northern and northeastern provinces has eased, with water levels steadily receding. Meanwhile, 16 other provinces remain flooded, said government spokeswoman Mrs. Narumon Pinyosinwat on Sunday. She noted…

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Hemp, its extracts and hemp seed now delisted from Category 5 drug list

The Ministry of Public Health has issued a ministerial announcement to delist hemp extracts, hemp and parts of the hemp plant from the list of Category 5 narcotic drugs to…

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9th dead sea turtle found this year in Sattahip

A green sea turtle was found dead and floating in the sea off the Na Chom Thien beach in Sattahip district of Thailand’s eastern province of Chon Buri on Saturday….

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When glutinous rice becomes sticky 

Glutinous rice, an affordable main staple for people from all walks of life, has seen its prices rising to hit a decade high to almost Bt20,000 per ton in August compared to around Bt10,000…

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NACC urged to exercise its power to protect whistle blowers

The Anti-Corruption Organization of Thailand has urged the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) to exercise its powers under the nation’s anti-graft legislation to protect whistle blowers, starting with the case of…

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Supreme Court upholds death sentences for 2 Myanmar men for Koh Tao murders

The Thai Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the death sentences passed on a pair of Myanmar migrant workers for the murders of two British tourists on Koh Tao on September…

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Rally held supporting Chula professor facing probe for campaigning against use of chemicals in agriculture

Thailand’s famous “song for life” rocker Add Carabao was among a large group of supporters of a ban on two herbicides and a pesticide who rallied at Chulalongkorn Hospital on…

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Tropical storm Podul expected to hit northern Thailand Aug 31-Sept 1

Thailand’s Meteorological Department is closely monitoring tropical storm Podul, which is expected to cross into northern Thailand and cause heavy rain between August 31st and September 1st. The storm pushed…

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Four abandoned and starving dogs rescued from a house in Nonthaburi

Four dogs, which were abandoned in a cage without food and water for almost a month in a town house in Nonthaburi province, were rescued on Tuesday by officials from…

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Ex-auditor general given suspended jail term by Supreme Court

Former auditor general Khunying Jaruwan Menthaka was sentenced to nine-month jail term suspended for two years and fined 15,000 baht by the Supreme Court for malfeasance in office related to…

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Thailand’s famous culinary guru Thanadsri Svasti passes away

Thailand’s most celebrated  culinary guru and national artist M.R. M.R. Thanadsri Svasti passed away Tuesday at the age of 93 of cancer at Paolo Memorial hospital. A funeral rite is…

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Officials work to reopen blocked road in Kaeng Krachan national park

National park officials, aided by a tractor, have been trying to reopen the Ban Krang-Panoen Thung mountain road, which has been blocked by mudslides and fallen trees. A report, from…

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Probation Department’s rented EMs for paroled prisoners are useless

The electronic monitoring (EM) bracelets, rented from a private company by the Department of Probation to keep track of prisoners on parole, have been found to be ineffective. Deputy justice…

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ASA to protest to PM about AOT’s plan to build 2nd Suvarnabhumi terminal

The Association of Siamese Architects (ASA) is to hand a letter of protest to Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha over the Airports of Thailand’s (AOT) plan to build a 42-billion baht…

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Autopsy on dead Hawksbill sea turtle to establish cause of death

Veterinarians, based at the sea turtle hospital at the Sattahip naval base in Chon Buri province, are scheduled to dissect a dead Hawksbill sea turtle to discover the cause of…

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Thailand delisted from CITES’s list of countries affected by illegal traffic in ivory

Thailand has been dropped from the CITES ( Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) list of countries affected by the traffic in ivory, according to the Facebook page of…

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Leonardo DiCaprio’s IG on dugong Mariam’s death

Hollywood super star Leonardo DiCaprio posted via Instagram on Saturday an image of baby dugong Mariam and the report of her death from shock Friday last week on Libong Island…

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Lending guidelines planned to reduce Thailand’s household debt

Thailand’s commercial banks have recently agreed, in principle, with the Bank of Thailand to set lending guidelines by limiting a borrower’s debt-to-service ratio (DSR) to 70%, for those earning up…

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Gold worth 60 million baht stolen from shop in Songkhla

Five people, dressed in para military uniforms and armed with assault rifles, robbed a gold shop in the downtown Na Thawee district of Thailand’s southern province of Songkhla on Saturday…

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‘Tailor made’ welfare system may replace ‘one size fits all’

Thailand’s Finance Ministry is considering an overhaul of the current ‘one size fits all’ state welfare system, replacing it with a more tailor made version which is more efficient in…

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(Photo) The British Embassy Bangkok, March 2019 (Kridtidej Sawangcharoen)/ https://history.blog.gov.uk/2019/04/15/the-british-embassy-bangkok-a-look-back-before-moving-on/

UK government asked to return conservation award for demolition of former embassy building

The Association of Siamese Architects (ASA) has decided to recall the Award for Outstanding Conservation of Architectural Arts from the British Embassy in Bangkok for the demolition of the former…

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Transport Ministry and SRT to pay Hopewell 12 billion baht compensation

Thailand’s Transport Ministry and the State Railways of Thailand (SRT) have lost their appeal against the Supreme Administrative Court’s order that they pay 12 billion baht in compensation to Hopewell…

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Renewed calls for stricter control of illegal fishing equipment

A network of fishermen’s groups, in Thailand’s southern province of Trang, has renewed its call for authorities to control the use of illegal fishing equipment more strictly, in light of…

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Cat impaled on fence rescued – man offers to pay its medical costs

Rescue workers were this morning (Friday) called to a house in Muang district of Thailand’s northern province of Lampang to help a stray cat which had become impaled on a…

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600 monkeys in Hua Hin to be sterilized to control population

Thailand’s National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department has launched a program to sterilize 600 long-tailed macaque monkeys in the Khao Takiab and Khan Hin Lek Fai hills, in the…

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Baby dugong ‘Yamil’ dies

Thailand’s Department of Marine and Coastal Resources reports that Yamil, the baby dugong found stranded in the southern province of Krabi on July 1st, died of shock and cardiac arrest…

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Floating trash collectors to be used in 13 coastal provinces

Thailand’s Department of Marine and Coastal Resources has recently received 20 floating trash collectors from a private company to be used in estuaries and tributaries in 13 provinces to scoop…

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All sharks should be protected – Thon Thamrongnawasawat

All shark species should be listed as protected marine animals to protect them from being hunted for commercial purposes, said Thon Thamrongnawasawat, a well known marine scientist and vice dean…

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Environment Ministry considers quicker ban on 4 plastic products in Thailand

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment is considering bringing forward, by 1-2 years, the imposition of a complete ban on the use of single-use plastic bags, Styrofoam boxes, plastic…

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3kg of plastic found in dead wild deer

Ms. Chananya Kanchanasaka, a veterinarian at the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, posted on her Facebook page last night (Tuesday) photos of dead wild deer with bits…

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13 rescued Great Danes now under royal care of His Majesty the King

His Majesty the King sent a royal aide to collect 13 rescued Great Dane dogs from the Department of Livestock Development (DLD) and deliver them for further treatment to Kasetsart…

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Rice Committee endorses rice price guarantee scheme

Thailand’s Rice Policy and Management Committee, chaired by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, has approved a rice price guarantee scheme for five types of rice and a parallel measure to help…

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Lamphun monks use portable kitchen cabinets for alms to reduce plastic bags

About 20 years ago, long before plastic waste became recognized as a global problem, monks at Wat Pa Book, in the Pa Sang district of Thailand’s northern province of Lamphun,…

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Welfare card holders flock to ATMs for their 500-baht cash handouts

Many state-run Krung Thai Bank ATMs in Thailand’s northeastern provinces ran out of 500-baht and 100-baht banknotes after Pracharat welfare card holders flocked to withdraw the first 500-baht cash handout…

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Bang Saen set for major make-over to become a town for the elderly

Thailand’s Bang Saen seaside town, on the eastern coast near Bangkok, will undergo a major make-over to accommodate an aging society in the future. Mr. Narongchai Khunpluem, the mayor of…

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(Photo) A white-lipped pit viper snake is seen at a fire station in Bangkok, Thailand, August 7, 2019. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun

‘I don’t recommend you do this’: Thailand’s stealthy snake wrangler

BANGKOK (Reuters) – In the dead of night, Thai firefighter Pinyo Pukpinyo stealthily approaches a python coiled around the rafters of a home in Bangkok, and quickly grabs its head…

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Traffic police cannot confiscate driver’s license under a new traffic law in effect from Sept 20th

Effective from 20th September, traffic police have no authority to confiscate the driving license of the driver of an automobile or motorcycle when being stopped for a traffic violation under the…

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Suspected thief says he stole railway pins and steel plates to get cash

Mr. Sompong Klaikloeng , the man arrested by Phetchaburi provincial police for allegedly stealing railway pins and steel plates, causing a south-bound train to derail at noon on Monday, has…

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Italian-Thai boss Premchai given six month prison term without suspension

Construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta was sentenced to six months in prison, without suspension, by the Criminal Court this morning (Tuesday) after he was found guilty of possessing three hunting rifles…

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Police find stolen railway pins and steel plates at scrap dealer in Phetchaburi following train derailment

Police raided a scrap dealer in Cha-am district of Phetchaburi province Monday night after a south-bound train was derailed between Cha-am and Hun Hin around noon, which was blamed on…

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(Photo) Tender, loving care: Mariam being cared for at the Phuket Marine Biological Centre on Libong island, Trang province/AFP

Environment Ministry aims to increase dugong numbers by 50% in 10 years

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment aims to increase the population of dugong in Thailand’s waters by 50%, from approximately 250, in the next ten years, said Mr. Pinsak…

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Thailand’s second quarter growth rate lowest in 19 quarters

Thailand’s economic growth rate for the second quarter of this year registered at 2.3%, compared to 2.8% for the first quarter, which is the lowest in 19 quarters, said Mr….

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THAI struggling with huge debt, executives asked to take voluntarily pay cut

Thai Airways International, the national flag carrier, appears to be in a deep financial crisis and may have to delay debt repayments or seek new loans. THAI president Sumet Damrongchaitham…

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Dugong Mariam’s embalmed remains to be exhibited at Phuket Aquarium

The remains of baby dugong Mariam will be placed on display at the Phuket Aquarium after being embalmed at the National Science Museum in Pathum Thani province, as are the…

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Transport minister orders probe into fatal road tragedy in Sa Kaew province

Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob has ordered an investigation into a fatal road accident, which occurred early Sunday morning on Highway 317 in Thailand’s eastern province of Sa Kaew. A packed…

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Government to provide more health benefits for Gold Card holders

The government has not cut the budget for the Gold Card universal health program, but has increased health benefits for card holders as well as injected an additional 6.5 billion…

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Calls for stricter control or a ban on use of single-use plastic bags

The death of baby dugong Mariam, which is being blamed on plastic found blocking her digestive system, has renewed calls for stricter control, or a complete ban on the use…

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Baby dugong Mariam is dead

Mariam, the orphaned baby dugong and darling of many netizens in Thailand for her much-publicized four month struggle to survive under the care of veterinarians, died of shock shortly after…

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Farmers are reluctant to stop using toxic weed killers

The government’s plan to phase out three chemical weed killers, paraquat, glyphosate and chlorpyrifos, which are widely used by Thai farmers, may be easier said than done as most farmers…

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Prolonged protests may affect exports of Thai Hom Mali rice to Hong Kong

Worried Thai rice exporters are closely monitoring the situation in Hong Kong, fearing that the protests by pro-democracy demonstrators will affect exports of Hom Mali fragrant rice to the city…

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(Photo) Cloud-seeding operation/Royal Rainmaking Department

Major cloud seeding operations to commence today

The Department of Rain-making and Agricultural Aviation (DRAA), in coordination with the Air Force and the Army, will launch additional rain-making operations today (Friday), focusing on Thailand’s northern, northeastern and…

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BEM rules out lower expressway tolls as proposed by Transport Minister

Bangkok Expressways & Metro Public Company has ruled out a proposal by Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob for expressway tolls to be cut by an average of 5-10 baht, claiming that…

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THAI reschedules flights to Japan due to Typhoon Krosa

Flt. Lt. Pratana Patanasiri, Vice President of aviation safety, security & standards at Thai Airways International, says that Japan’s Meteorological Agency has announced an alert relating to typhoon Krosa (Typhoon…

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PM suggests cabinet members read ‘Blue Ocean Shift’

Government’s spokesperson, Dr. Narumon Pinyosinwat, said on Wednesday that Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha suggested members of his cabinet and their spouses, who participated in the “Spirit of Volunteering” activities at…

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1 year free visa for Chinese and Indian tourists to be proposed to cabinet

Thailand’s Ministry of Tourism and Sports will propose, to the economic cabinet meeting on Friday, a waiver of visa fees for tourists from China and India, who plan to stay…

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Army cancels Loy Krathong sky lantern world record attempt in Chiang Mai

The military in Chiang Mai has ordered the cancellation of a major sky lantern event planned for the Loy Krathong festival in November, following heavy criticism from conservation groups. The…

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Air quality in southernmost part of Thailand improving

Air quality in nine southern provinces has improved, with the amount of PM2.5 fine dust particles dropping to between 7-31 micrograms/cubic metre, according to Thailand’s Department of Pollution Control. In…

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Police consider attempted murder charge against stone-throwing youths

Samut Prakan provincial police are pondering attempted murder charges against five youths, aged 12 to 16, for allegedly throwing stones from a Bangkok motorway pedestrian overpass onto vehicles below. All…

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Saksayam defends decision against mandatory replacement of passenger vans with micro buses

Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob clarified Wednesday that he has not dropped the policy to replace the existing passenger vans with micro buses, but merely wanted the replacement to be voluntary,…

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Eight underground wells drilled to provide water for Surin hospital 

The Thai army has completed drilling two underground water wells and are drilling two more to supply water to the Surin provincial hospital, which is facing a water crisis due to lack of mains tap water. General Thanakiat…

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Two RTAF planes on standby to evacuate Thais from Hong Kong

The Royal Thai Air Force has put two planes and officials on standby in case they are needed to evacuate Thai citizens stranded in Hong Kong. RTAF spokesman Air Marshal Pongsak Semachai said…

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Baby dwarf sperm whale rescued on August 4 dies

A baby dwarf sperm whale, which was rescued after it was found washed ashore on a beach in Thailand’s southern province of Phang-nga on August 4th, died Monday night while…

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Nine smaller parties vow to stick with the government

Nine smaller parties in the government coalition, which earlier threatened to break away to form an independent opposition bloc, have changed tack and vowed to continue their support for the…

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(Photo) The Green House, in Pak Hai district of Ayutthaya province/www.siamsoldier.com

Old, haunted Crown Property buildings to be rented out for commercialization

The Treasury Department is surveying about 200 old Crown Property buildings throughout the country, several of which are reputed to be haunted, for possible development for commercial purposes while retaining…

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Dugong Mariam can now eat and swim as her condition improves

Mariam’s condition is steadily improving after the baby dugong was treated with anti-biotics and food supplements to treat lung and blood infections, the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources said…

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Last 18 Thai fishermen stranded in Somalia arrive home

The last group of 18 Thai fishermen, who had been stranded on fishing trawlers in the seas off Somalia, arrived in Bangkok this morning on a Thai Airways International flight…

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Thai troops keep close watch on Mon Bridge as debris piles up

The famous Mon (Uttamanusorn) Bridge, Thailand’s longest wooden bridge, is being watched around the clock by the Thai army for fear that it may collapse under the force of strong…

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(Photo) Police clashed with demonstrators at nearly a dozen locations on Sunday/AFP

THAI and Thai Air Asia cancel flights to Hong Kong today

Thai Airways International and Thai Air Asia have cancelled their flights to Hong Kong today after protesters broke into Hong Kong airport’s passenger terminal. THAI announced that two flights from…

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Thais borrow early and get trapped in a cycle of debt

Thais, nowadays, are indebted from an early age, and the level of their debt is maintained even as they approach retirement. A study by the Bank of Thailand reports that…

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PM leads merit making ceremony to mark Queen Mother’s birthday

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and his wife led cabinet ministers and their spouses, Privy Councilors, MPs, Senators, senior government officials, high-ranking military and police officers and members of the public…

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Baby dugong Mariam is treated for blood and lung infections

Veterinarians are treating baby dugong Mariam after she was diagnosed with blood and lung infections. Since August 8th, the baby dugong appeared to be subdued with no appetite and with…

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Villagers downstream of reservoir advised to relocate to higher ground

Villagers living downstream of a small earthen dam, in Bang Saphan district of Thailand’s southern province of Prachuap Khiri Khan, were yesterday advised to move their belongings to higher ground…

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(Photo) PM Prayut Chan-o-cha at opening ceremony of a trial run of BTS Green Line, August 11th, 2019

PM urges public to help ease northeasterners’ drought hardships

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is urging members of the public to help ease the suffering of people living in Thailand’s northeast caused by the ongoing drought. He asked that the…

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Most respondents oppose taxi fare increases – Nida Poll

Most respondents to an opinion survey do not agree with the Transport Ministry’s decision to allow taxi fares to be increased while their services remain unimproved. The poll by the…

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Police units deployed to disaster zones in Satun to help victims

Mobile police units with rescue equipment have been rushed to disaster zones in the southern province of Satun after it was struck by torrential rain and storms on Saturday. Initial…

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(Photo) Red sticky rice/Thailand’s Deaprtment of Rice

Loei’s red sticky rice to be listed as GI product

Red sticky rice, from Thailand’s northeastern province of Loei, will be listed as a GI (geographic indication) product, by the Office of Bio-economic Development, with the Commerce Ministry because of…

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(Photo) The Perseid meteor shower on August 13, 2016/The National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand/captured by Matipol Tangmatitham

‘Mother’s Day Meteor Shower’ to show on August 12th

The National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand is inviting Thai people to watch the Perseid meteor shower during the night of Mother’s Day (August 12th). Mr. Suparuek Karuhanont, chief of…

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(Photo) Image captured from video presentation by Department of Highways

Transport Ministry to build a bike lane linking Kasetsart U with Red Line

The Transport Ministry plans to build a 4km bicycle lane from Kasetsart University to Ratchayothin Road intersection to provide another means for people in the area to travel to the…

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Surin hospital pleads for water as its reserves run out

Water shortages in Thailand’s northeastern province of Surin have reached such a critical level that the provincial hospital has appealed for help from all agencies concerned, while many residents have…

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Mangosteen growers’ plight as prices of their fruit have nosedived

The prices of mangosteen, one of Thailand’s most prized fruits, have dropped sharply due to a combination of oversupply and drop in exports, mainly due to China’s imposition of GMP…

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Children evacuated as peat swamp fire threatens school

About 20 children and their teachers were evacuated Thursday after the smoldering fire in Khuan Khreng peat swam forest flared up again close to their school in Chieng Yai district…

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Illegal loggers lay landmines to deter forest rangers in Si Sa Ket

Illegal loggers have resorted to the use of landmines to kill or maim forest rangers who try to interfere with their pursuit of the highly-prized Payoong, or Siamese Redwood trees…

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Flood warnings for six southern and eastern provinces until Sunday

People living in six southern and eastern provinces of Thailand have been warned to brace for sudden flooding and flash floods due to heavy rain and accumulated downfall until Sunday….

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Thai fishermen stranded at sea off Somalia now returning home

Some of the Thai fishermen stranded on two foreign-owned trawlers off the coast of Somalia have already returned to Thailand, while the rest are expected to be home in the…

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