File photo : Move Forward leader Pita Limjaroenrat

Confusion over Pita’s plan to visit Saraburi temple on Tuesday

The Move Forward party has claimed that it is a misunderstanding that its leader Pita Limjaroenrat will visit a temple in Saraburi today (Tuesday), as part of his working trip…

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Abuse scandal puts Thailand’s treatment of children under spotlight

A recent scandal at the Saraburi Welfare Home for Children has raised questions as to whether vulnerable kids are safe in the hands of state institutions. Evidence shows that young…

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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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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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About ฿100m in assets seized in multiple raids on drug trafficking networks

Thai anti-narcotics police have seized assets worth about 100 million baht and arrested four major suspects belonging to three illegal narcotic networks during in raids in Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai,…

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Singer Aed Carabao’s land does not encroach onto national forest reserve

Two plots of land in Thailand’s Saraburi Province, owned by famous singer Yuenyong Opakul, aka “Aed Carabao”, are not located in Thap Kwang-Muak Lek national forest reserves, according to the…

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Officials probe famous Thai singer’s land claim in Saraburi forest reserves

Officials at the Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) are investigating two plots of land inside the Thap Kwang-Muak Lek national forest reserve in Saraburi province, allegedly occupied by well-known song…

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Pasak riverside residents warned of flooding as more water is discharged through dam

Pasak riverside communities were warned today (Wednesday) to brace for possible flooding and to move their valuable belongings to higher ground after the Pasak Jolasid Dam decided to triple the…

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Rescue workers try to save hundreds of pigs from drowning in flood water

Many pigs have drowned while some were saved by rescue workers after water from the swollen Chi River swept into riverside pig farms in Phra Yuen district of Thailand’s north-eastern…

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Thai provinces facing floods as storm Conson makes landfall in Vietnam

Flash floods and heavy rain have hit many provinces of Thailand as tropical storm Conson made landfall in Vietnam’s Quang Ngai early on Sunday, according to Thailand’s Meteorological Department. Thai…

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391 poultry plant workers in Saraburi infected with COVID-19

An additional 146 workers at a chicken processing plant, belonging to CPF Company in Thailand’s central province of Saraburi, have been found infected with COVID-19 today (Sunday), bringing the total…

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Saraburi chicken processing plant closed for 5 days as 245 workers have COVID-19

A poultry processing plant, belonging to the CPF Company in Thailand’s central province of Saraburi, was partially closed today (Sunday) for five days for disinfection, after 245 workers tested positive…

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Three COVID-19 cases linked to Samut Sakhon market reported in Saraburi

Three new COVID-19 cases, linked to the shrimp market in Samut Sakhon province, were recorded in the central province of Saraburi, about 100km north of Bangkok, today. Saraburi Provincial Governor…

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