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Supreme Court orders rehabilitation of Maya Bay using funds from “The Beach” film production

The Environmental Cases Division of Thailand’s Supreme Court has upheld the acquittal of former Agriculture Minister Pongpol Adireksarn, the Royal Forest Department and its former director-general, Plodprasop Suraswadi, on charges…

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Thailand’s idyllic Maya Bay to reopen on January 1

The popular Maya Bay will reopen on New Year’s Day 2022, following a closure of three and a half years, but tourists will only be allowed to visit for up…

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Thai Airways hopes to return to operational profit in two years

Struggling national flag carrier Thai Airways International expects to make a profit in 2024 if the government’s policy of reopening Thailand to foreign arrivals proceeds smoothly, said Piyasvasti Amranand, chairman…

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Thai Airways seeks new capital to resume operations after rehabilitation plan approval

Financially-strapped Thai Airways International (THAI) is seeking 50 billion Baht worth of capital from both the government and private financial institutions to boost its liquidity, so the struggling airline will…

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THAI told to shape up before it gets government financial support

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today that Thai Airways International should be given a last chance to shape up if the flag carrier is to get a rescue package from…

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Maya Bay to stay closed for another 6 months

The Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation has agreed to extend the closure of Ao Maya, or Maya Bay, a popular tourist attraction in Thailand’s southern province of…

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Pa Buk weakens into low pressure cell but 4 provinces still face heavy rain

Pa Buk storm has further weakened from depression into low pressure cell in the Andaman Sea since Saturday night, but the four southern provinces of Phetchaburi, Prachuab Khiri Khan, Chumporn…

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Probe ordered into cutting of a royal Bodhi tree in Prachuab Khiri Khan

A fact-finding panel has been set up at the order of Prachuab Khiri Khan governor to probe the cutting down of a Bodhi tree at a temple in this southern…

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Tham Luang forest closed  indefinitely due to heavy damage 

Tham Luang Nang-Khun Nam Nang Non forest park has been closed indefinitely due to extensive damages caused to the park’s environment during the recent dramatic rescue operations. Forestry officials said…

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Tham Luang cave to be rehabilitated and upgraded into a national park

After the completion of the search and rescue operations, the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation will carry out rehabilitation of Tham Luang cave to repair all the…

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