Subsidy approved to discourage sugarcane farmers from burning canes

The Cabinet decided today to grant 120 baht in subsidy for each tonne of cut raw sugarcane, as an incentive to discourage farmers from burning the cane to facilitate harvesting,…

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The wild Wa River, Nan province, is Thailand’s best whitewater rafting destination. (Photo by Phoowadon Duangmee)

Five places to be wild at heart

After three months of an oppressively hot summer, the rainy season is almost upon us and will last until October. That means Thailand’s countryside is preparing a welcome mat of…

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More doctor and nurse positions to be created in state hospitals

Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health and the Civil Service Commission (CSC) have agreed that about 35,000 positions for doctors and 140,000 positions for nurses will be created in the next…

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Summer storm warnings for most of Thailand on Thursday

People living in Bangkok and the rest of the country, with the exception of the south, are advised to brace for thunder storms, strong winds, hail and possible lightning strikes…

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71 constituency candidates in 31 provinces disqualified by election officials

A total of 71 constituency candidates in 31 provinces have been rejected by constituency election directors, after it was discovered that their qualifications do not meet the legal requirements, according…

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Highways Dept. offers 27 camp sites for public to pitch tents during Songkran

Thailand’s Highways Department has opened its 27 camp sites, near tourist attractions in 13 provinces, for members of the public to pitch their tents during the Songkran break. The department’s…

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Excessive PM2.5 dust in 21 northern and north-eastern provinces on Sunday

The level of PM2.5 dust in 21 northern and north-eastern provinces in the past 24 hours exceeded Thailand’s 50-micron safety level, with the PM2.5 in northern provinces being measured from…

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Most of Thailand will see summer storms from Sunday through Wednesday

Many provinces in Thailand’s northern, north-eastern, eastern and central regions are forecast to be hit by summer storms, with strong winds and hail in some areas, from tomorrow through Wednesday,…

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Nakee cliff- once you reach the top, the reward is a fabulous view of the Mekong river. (Photo by Veena Thoopkrajae)

Stunning mythical shapes drawn by nature bring fame to Bueng Kan

The small province of Bueng Kan in the Northeast was way off the tourism track until recently but is now enjoying a surge in visitors thanks to some mythical beliefs….

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