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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New-generation members of Ban Mae Ngao explain why locals need to protest against the plan to construct the Yuam Water Diversion Tunnel. (Photo by Pakpoom Pongbhai)

New generation takes up cudgels against dam construction on Salween River

“When the Salween runs dry and we can cross it, that would be the end of the world,” is a saying widely believed by generations of locals who live on…

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Mae Hong Son records the highest PM2.5 level on Monday morning

PM2.5 dust levels in the atmosphere in Bangkok and 24 other provinces, mostly in the north, exceeds Thailand’s 50-micron safety level this morning, with Mae Hong Son province recording the…

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Route 108 leads visitors to an area with majestic landscapes, ethnic diversity and culinary indulgences in Thailand’s north-western region. (Photo by Phoowadon Duangmee)

Call of the mountains

Thailand’s northwest frontier, between the provinces of Mae Hong Son and Chiang Mai, was once a draw for traders seeking fortune in the abundant teak forest. Today, the region entices…

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Handout photo was taken on March 30, 2021, released by Thailand’s Interior Ministry

Thailand insists all Myanmar nationals who fled across border want to go home

Thailand’s Interior Ministry says the Kingdom has been aiding and accommodating almost 3,000 Myanmar civilians who fled the conflict across the border into Mae Hong Son province. Seven were injured…

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Worsening air pollution in Mae Hong Son and other northern provinces caused by man-made fires

Forest fires and illegal burning of farm waste by villagers have worsened air pollution in 17 of Thailand’s northern provinces, especially in Jongkham sub-district of Mae Hong Son, where PM2.5…

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3 killed, one injured in army plane crash

Three army officers on board a U-17 reconnaissance plane which crashed in Mae Hong Son province on Thursday afternoon (July 5) were killed while another was seriously injured, according to…

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