Pita leads party’s 32 MPs-elect to meeting with Bangkok governor and staff

Move Forward party’s 32 MPs-elect for Bangkok, led by party leader Pita Limjaroenrat, met Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipunt and his staff today (Tuesday) to discuss ways and methods of cooperation,…

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Bangkok’s new designated rally sites please protesters – but not everyone’s happy

For the first time in the city’s history, Bangkok governor Chadchart Sittipunt has designated locations for public gatherings, bringing joy to political activists planning protests but causing concern among many…

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Bangkok to open its first ICU equipped field hospital on Tuesday

Thailand’s first field hospital equipped with intensive care unit facilities will be officially opened tomorrow (Tuesday), to receive COVID patients with severe symptoms. Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang said in his…

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All nightspots in Bangkok to remain closed for another 14 days

All entertainment outlets in Bangkok, including pubs, karaoke bars and massage parlours, which have already been closed for more than a week, will remain closed for at least the next…

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149 new COVID-19 cases in Thailand on Tuesday

Thailand recorded 149 new COVID-19 cases today, including 90 found during proactive screening of people related to the Bang Khae market cluster. The CCSA reported that there are 144 new…

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Bangkok City Hall asked to postpone train fare increase from February 16th

The Rail Department has asked the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) to delay its plan to increase electric train fares on the Green Line, from 65 baht to a maximum of…

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Ban on liquor sales in Bangkok from April 10-20

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is to ban all wholesale and retail sales of liquor from tomorrow (Friday) until April 20th, in an escalated effort to prevent social gatherings during…

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Court halts suspends all work on Chao Phraya River promenade project

Bangkok City Hall’s ambition to build a promenade along both sides of the Chao Phraya River has hit a snag, after the Administrative Court ordered a temporary halt to its…

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City Hall halts construction of electric rail system and high-rises for 3 days

Construction of seven electric train lines, high-rise buildings and roads in Bangkok have been suspended for three days, starting today, at the order of Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) in order…

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Riverside Assembly boycotts 1st public hearing on Chao Phraya promenade project

The Riverside Assembly, an organization of 35 groups opposing the Chao Phraya riverside promenade project, boycotted a public hearing held yesterday (Tuesday) at the second City Hall office by Bangkok…

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Visually impaired people with guide dogs will have access to all public parks

Bangkok’s City Hall has decided to open all public parks in Bangkok to visually impaired people with guide dogs and will arrange for shelters for guide dogs at its hospitals….

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Underground “monkey cheeks” proposed to ease flooding in Bangkok

Underground “monkey cheeks”, or flood water retention basins, could help ease flood problems in Bangkok and this innovation can be implemented immediately, according to Professor Suchatvee Suwansawat, president of the…

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