COVID surge just a “new wave” which will gradually fade after the New Year

Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health has instructed all state hospitals to provide free vaccinations to members of the public, in the wake of a resurgence in COVID-19 infections, which they…

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Chinese businessman surrenders to Thai police to face drugs charges

A Chinese businessman, who is suspected of being involved in “grey business” in Thailand, surrendered to the Thai police, at the Police Club on Vibhavadi Rangsit Highway today (Wednesday), to…

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Police search for woman seen last month in Narathiwat in car bomb vehicle

Thai police have been trying to locate a woman who was seen driving the pickup truck used as a car bomb yesterday (Tuesday), which passed through a police checkpoint in…

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Suspect in trafficking of illegal migrants from Myanmar arrested in Songkhla

A Thai man, alleged to be a key coordinator in the commercial trafficking of illegal migrants from Myanmar into southern Thailand, has been apprehended by immigration officials in the southern…

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Police officer killed and several others injured by car bomb in Narathiwat

At least one police officer was killed and ten others injured by a car bomb at a police apartment block in Mueang district of Thailand’s restive southern province of Narathiwat…

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GPO to begin Phase 3 clinical trials of its COVID vaccine in December

Thailand’s Government Pharmaceutical Organisation (GPO) plans to begin Phase 3 clinical trials of its COVID-19 vaccine in December, after it obtains the findings of the Phase 2 tests, expected at…

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on July 18, 2022 tourists gather and take pictures in the grounds of the Grand Palace in Bangkok. (Photo by Jack TAYLOR / AFP)

Thailand’s economic think tank predicts 3.2% growth this year

Bolstered by recovery in the tourism sector, Thailand’s economic growth for the whole of 2022 is forecast to be 3.2%, without further need for major economic stimulus packages, according to…

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Bangkok administration asked to settle its 40 billion baht debt with BTS

BTS Group Holdings Plc. (BTS) is demanding that the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) settle the about 40 billion baht in debt it owes to the company over the operation of…

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Democrat disarray: What’s behind the dramatic decline of Thailand’s oldest party?

The Democrat Party’s ongoing dramatic decline is down to the hierarchical structure and culture of seniority in the country’s oldest political outfit, say analysts, who warn that only radical reform…

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COVID infections expected to increase during cold season, but reduce in February

COVID-19 infections are expected to rise with the arrival of cold season, as more group activities are held and more people travel, but the infection rate will drop in February…

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Thailand’s COVID infections last week increased by 24 percent

COVID-19 infections continue to rise in Thailand. Last week there were 3,957 cases, averaging 565 cases a day, an increase of 24.97% on the previous week, according to the Disease…

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Court to consider petition challenging True-DTAC merger plan

Thailand’s Central Administrative Court has agreed to consider a petition challenging the legitimacy of the decision by the telecom regulator conditionally approving the True-DTAC merger plan. The petition was filed…

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Road checkpoints set up around Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre

Checkpoints have been set up on roads surrounding the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre in Bangkok, to beef up security for APEC leaders and delegates. They will remain in place…

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APEC youth representatives present Youth Declaration to Thai PM

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha received the Youth Declaration at Government House today (Monday), from young representatives of Asia-Pacific economies, under the APEC Voices of the Future program. He told the…

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Thai government’s seven souvenirs for APEC leaders and their spouses

Seven souvenirs have been prepared by the Thai government for presentation to leaders and their spouses during the APEC Summit, taking place on November 18th and 19th at the Queen…

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Service fees for household and small business electricity use to be cut Jan-Apr

Thailand’s Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has ordered the Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) and Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) to cut their service fees charged on households and small businesses from next…

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Guar found shot to death in housing estate close to Khao Yai National Park

Park rangers have found the carcass of an adult guar, believed to have been poached for its meat, near a lake in the compound of a housing estate close to…

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Sunday deadline looms to conclude World Cup broadcast deal for Thailand

The Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) has until this Sunday to conclude a deal with FIFA for World Cup 2022 broadcast rights in Thailand, otherwise the Thai audience will miss…

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Serious COVID-19 infection cases on the rise in Bangkok and tourist provinces

COVID-19 infections in Thailand last week increased 12.8%, compared to a week earlier, and it is anticipated that the number of patients requiring hospitalisation is likely to increase in the…

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PM urges Thais to help ensure smooth summit for APEC delegates

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha declared Thailand’s readiness today (Sunday) to host the APEC Summit on November 18th and 19th, as he urged the Thai people to join the government in…

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Army officer killed and another injured in bomb blast in Narathiwat Province

An army captain was killed and another officer seriously injured when the vehicle in which they were travelling was struck by a roadside bomb in Chanae district of Thailand’ssouthern border…

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This picture shows the signage for the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center in Bangkok on November 2, 2022. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

More than 2,300 journalists covering APEC meeting in Bangkok

More than 2,300 journalists from around the world have registered to cover the Asia Pacific Economic Leaders’ Meeting (AELM) in Bangkok on 18th and 19th November, according to a foreign…

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Poll – Thailand’s central provinces want Paetongtarn Shinawatra as next PM

Eligible voters in Thailand’s central region favour Paetongtarn Shinawatra, youngest daughter of fugitive former Prime Minister Thaksin, as Thailand’s next prime minister and the Pheu Thai Party to govern, according…

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18 online gambling administrators nabbed in raid on Pattaya snooker hall

Police have raided a snooker hall in Pattaya and arrested 18 people for allegedly running illegal online gambling operations. Police said that the hall, located on Soi 5 in Na…

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Thai PM proposes strategic partnerships between ASEAN and US

Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has proposed a comprehensive strategic partnership between ASEAN and the United States in the areas of economic development and climate change, as well as a…

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A young doctor reflects on his life with Stage 4 cancer and a bleak future

A young Thai doctor who, like many people, never expected to get cancer because of his physical fitness and clean lifestyle, has decided to tell his story of life with…

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Thai police assess potential threats to APEC Summit

The Thai police and military intelligence services have collected more than 220,000 items of information in their efforts to assess potential threats to the APEC Summit in Bangkok on November…

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Thais abroad warned not to buy fresh fruit to bring home

Thais travelling abroad have been warned not to bring fresh fruit back to Thailand, as they may face legal action. Agriculture Department Director-General Rapeephat Chantarasriwong said that a number of…

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A man takes a picture of a FIFA World Cup trophy replica in front of the Al-Bayt Stadium in al-Khor on November 10, 2022, ahead of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup football tournament. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)

Negotiations held with FIFA to reduce cost of World Cup TV rights for Thailand

The Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) is negotiating with FIFA and its agent, seeking to reduce the US$36 million price tag for the World Cup broadcast rights for Thailand. The…

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This handout photo taken and release by Cambodia’s Government Cabinet shows Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen (L) speaking to Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha (R) during a meeting at the Peace Palace in Phnom Penh on November 10, 2022, amid the ASEAN Summit. (Photo by Kok Ky / CAMBODIA’S GOVERNMENT CABINET / AFP)

Prayut, Hun Sen pledge to step up crackdown on cross-border scams

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o–cha and his Cambodian counterpart Hun Sen on Thursday pledged to step up cooperation to crack down on call center scams using Cambodia as their operation base….

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Thai berry pickers in Sweden seek help from House Labour Affairs Committee

A group of Thai berry pickers lodged a complaint today (Wednesday) with the House Labour Affairs Committee, seeking an investigation of the Employment Service Department and the company which hired…

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Thailand to seek extraditions of two suspects in Forex-3D investment scam

The Thai Department of Special Investigation (DSI) plans to seek the extraditions of a Hungarian and a Singaporean, who are among 16 suspects implicated in the Forex-3D foreign exchange investment…

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Large drug haul discovered in condo in Huai Khwang district

Thai anti-narcotics police seized more than 200kgs of illegal drugs in a search of a condo in Bangkok’s Huai Khwang district yesterday (Tuesday). The haul included about 200kgs of crystal…

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COVID-19 infections on the rise among people not fully vaccinated

COVID-19 infections in Thailand appear to be on the rise again, especially among those who are unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated, while daily infection and death rates averaged 394 and…

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Thailand’s interior minister seeks to withdraw foreign land ownership edict for reconsideration

The government appears ready to do a U-turn on its plan to allow foreign land ownership in Thailand for residential purposes, following widespread opposition to the policy, Deputy Prime Minister…

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Heavy penalties for those who shoot guns into the air on Loy Krathong

Loy Krathong revellers are warned not to fire guns into the air, otherwise they could face heavy penalties, ranging from five years in prison and/or a fine of up to…

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Will the government’s land ownership scheme for wealthy foreigners get off the ground?

Thai people are mostly opposed to a controversial government move that would allow high net worth foreigners to own land in the country. A Cabinet resolution last month allows foreigners…

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Assistant film director in police custody on sexual assault charges

An assistant film director, whose name is being withheld, is currently in police custody on charges of committing an indecent act on a male aged under 18. The suspect was…

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Thailand’s Interior Ministry considers tighter gun controls

The Ministry of Interior is considering tighter gun controls, by requiring every gun license applicant to have a doctor’s certificate indicating that they are mentally fit and a certificate from…

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Total lunar eclipse on Loy Krathong night on November 8th

Loy Krathong revellers will be able to enjoy a total lunar eclipse as they celebrate the annual festival on Tuesday night. According to the National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand…

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Government Housing Bank seeks approval 3rd phase of “1 Million Home” project

Thailand’s Government Housing Bank (GHB) has sought approval of the Finance Ministry and the cabinet for the third phase of the “One Million Home” project, providing housing to low income-earners….

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This handout photo taken on November 1, 2019 and released by Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation the Tham Luang cave in the Mae Sai district of Thailand’s northern Chiang Rai province. (Photo by Handout / various sources / AFP)

Chiang Rai’s Tham Luang to be designated as national and historical park

The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation has been working with relevant agencies to get the Tham Luang Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park designated as a national…

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DPM Supattanapong defends government’s foreign land-ownership policy

Deputy Prime Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow defended the government’s plan to allow land-ownership in Thailand for residential purpose by four groups of foreigners, in his response to criticism of the plan…

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House unanimously votes for referendum before drafting new charter for Thailand

The Thai House of Representatives voted unanimously today (Thursday) to propose that the cabinet holds a referendum, to gauge the opinions of the Thai people about the drafting of a…

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Government’s new liquor production edict only benefiting brew pubs

Pubs which brew their own craft beers will benefit the most from the government’s new edict on alcoholic beverages and their number is expected to increase, while small investors who…

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Tourist arrivals in Thailand surge 43% to 3.1 million in October

More than 3.1 million foreign tourists arrived in Thailand in October, an increase of 43.55% over September, said Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob today (Wednesday). Arrivals by air accounted for 96.36%…

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China will cooperate with Thailand in crackdown on transnational crime

The Chinese government is willing to cooperate with their Thai counterparts in the crackdown on transnational criminal activities in Thailand, according to the Chinese Embassy in Bangkok in its Facebook…

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Government claims its liquor policy is in the public interest

The government has defended its liquor policy, as announced in an edict which came into force today (Wednesday), insisting that it is in the public interest, will put an end…

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Move Forward Party accuses government of trying to derail Progressive Liquor Bill

Move Forward Party Leader Pita Limjaroenrat said today (Wednesday) that the government’s move to ease restrictions on the production of liquor and beer is intended to derail the party’s Progressive…

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Mythological Naga serpent is now a Thai national emblem

The Thai cabinet decided on Tuesday to designate the Naga, a mythological serpent in Hindu and Buddhist folklore, as a national emblem in the category of mythological creatures and part…

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Regulations amended to pre-empt liquor liberalization bill

The Prayut government on Tuesday moved to pre-empt the opposition’s bill to liberalize liquor production due for its second reading in the House of Representatives today by relaxing the ministerial…

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Chinese man in custody on human trafficking charges

Thai police from the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Division (ATPD) have arrested a Chinese man who is alleged to be a leading member of a multi-national organised crime gang, which lures…

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Five tonnes of smuggled pork seized near Cambodian border

Officials from the Livestock Development and Thai border troops have seized about five tonnes of pork, smuggled into Thailand from Cambodia through a natural border crossing in Aranyaprathet District of…

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Thai government defends foreign land ownership plan

The government’s plan to allow foreigners to own a limited amount of land in Thailand is intended to benefit the Thai people and the government is not “selling off” the…

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People look at the scene there the October 29 Halloween stampede occured in the capital’s popular Itaewon district in Seoul on October 30, 2022. (Photo by Jung Yeon-je / AFP)

One Thai dies as another recounts her Halloween nightmare in Seoul

A Thai tourist is confirmed to have died in the Halloween stampede in South Korea, Royal Thai Embassy in Seoul confirmed today (Sunday). No further information on the fatality is…

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Bangkok furniture factory destroyed by fire on Saturday night

A fire broke out at a furniture factory in Bangkok’s Bang Khun Thian district late Saturday night, razing it to the ground. Initial police reports say that the fire started…

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Two great hornbills released into the wild in Lampang

The first pair of captive great hornbills were released into the wild in Chae Son National Park in Thailand’s northern province of Lampang on Thursday. Zoological Park Organisation Director, Atthaporn…

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Two Sattahip district officials nabbed for allegedly taking bribes

An assistant chief officer and a local administration official in Sattahip District of Chon Buri province were caught on Friday allegedly taking a bribe from a guesthouse operator, in exchange…

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Thailand’s economic growth for 2022 adjusted down to 3.4 percent

Thailand’s Fiscal Policy Office has adjusted the economic growth projection for this year to 3.4%, down from 3.5%, due to a slowdown in private investment, from a projection of 5.7%…

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Thailand officially enters cold season on Saturday

Thailand officially enters the cold season tomorrow (Saturday). It will last until the end of February, with slightly lower average temperatures than last year, according to the Thai Meteorological Department….

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Parts of Bang Bua Thong flooded following temporary embankment collapses

The rising pressure of water in Pimon Racha Canal, which connects with the swollen Chao Phraya River, caused a breach in a temporary embankment in Phimon Racha sub-district of Nonthaburi’s…

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This picture taken on April 18, 2022 shows the exterior of Thailand’s Democrat Party headquarters in Bangkok. (Photo by Jack TAYLOR / AFP)

Democrat Party hit with another major defection

The Democrat Party, Thailand’s oldest political party, has been dealt another blow with the resignation of one of its most senior members Trairong Suwankiri on Thursday. Trairong, an advisor of the…

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More than 200 Chinese clients were found in the pub in Yannawa raided by police on Tuesday.

Chinese businessman linked to pub raid is donor of Palang Pracharath

A Chinese businessman linked to a pub in Yannawa district of Bangkok raided by police on Tuesday night is listed as a donor of the ruling Palang Pracharath Party, Justice…

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Bangkok governor faces his first setback from the City Assembly

Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipunt has been dealt his first setback by the City Assembly, when two motions regarding the Green Line electric train project were rejected on technical grounds. One…

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Probe sought into conduct of some NBTC board members over True-DTAC merger decision

The Thailand Consumer Council (TCC) formally asked the House Anti-Corruption Committee today (Wednesday) to investigate the 5-member Board of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), accusing it of malfeasance…

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Move Forward Party cries foul against attempts to scuttle its Progressive Liquor Bill

Thailand’s opposition Move Forward Party is urging members of the public to voice their support for the party’s draft Progressive Liquor Bill openly and to share the party’s view on…

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Body of missing Russian woman found in sea off Pa Tong Beach

Rescue teams in Phuket have found the body of a Russian woman, who went missing from Nai Thon Beach in Thalang District last Friday. Pol Maj-Gen Sermphan Sirikhong, commander of…

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Tak Bai and Krue Se incidents to be raised in Thaksin’s libel trial against House Speaker

The Krue Se and Tak Bai massacres in Thailand’s south in 2004, during Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s administration, are set to be revisited in the trial in the Criminal Court…

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Cabinet approves edict allowing non-Thais to buy land for residential purposes

The Thai cabinet has approved an edict from the Ministry of Interior, which will pave the way for four groups of non-Thai citizens to be able to buy up to…

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Chao Phraya riverside communities warned of high tides until Nov 9th

People living along the tidal reaches of the Chao Phraya River have been advised to be aware of the potential for possible river overflows between 6am and 9pm until November…

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Rare species of flowering plant found in the jungles of Narathiwat province

A group of researchers from the Department of Biology in the Faculty of Science at Chiang Mai University has found a rare species of flowering plant in the evergreen forest…

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6 officials in Songkhla face arrest for allegedly seeking bribes for suspect’s release

Warrants have been issued, by Songkhla Provincial Court, for the arrests of Rattaphum district’s assistant chief and five defence volunteers, for allegedly demanding bribes from the relatives of a drug…

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Thailand reports its 12th monkeypox case

The Disease Control Department has identified Thailand’s 12th monkeypox case, in an Omani male tourist in Phuket, Dr.Tares Krassanairawiwong, the department’s director-general, disclosed today (Monday). He said that the 25-year-old…

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Six suspects wanted for the theft of police pistols and seized drugs arrested

Police have arrested six suspects who allegedly robbed a local official and five defence volunteers of their service pistols, about 20,000 methamphetamine pills and a car in Rattaphum district of…

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Thai PM visits flood victims in Sing Buri Province

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha flew to Sing Buri province today (Monday). His helicopter first landed in a stadium, belonging to the Sing Buri Provincial Administrative Organisation, for a briefing from…

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Thai Consumer Council and Move Forward Party seek probe of NBTC board conduct

The Thailand Consumer Council (TCC) and the opposition Move Forward Party will petition the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC), seeking an investigation into the conduct of the 5-member board of the…

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NBTC board member explains why she opposes True-DTAC merger

A board member of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), Professor Dr. Pirongrong Ramasoota, has explained why she disagrees with the planned merger between True Corporation and Total Access…

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Thai doctor named recipient of Thailand’s first Public Diplomacy Award

A Thai otolaryngologist who has spent more than 30 years helping patients across 10 countries has been chosen as the recipient of Thailand’s first-ever Public Diplomacy Award. Dr. Soontorn Antarasena…

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Thai political activist Srisuwan’s assailant charged with assault

The man who allegedly physically attacked political activist Srisuwan Janya on Tuesday has been charged with premeditated assault, which carries a maximum sentence of three years in prison and/or a…

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Engineers urgently working to restore power to Phuket International Airport

Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) engineers in Phuket are working hard to restore power to the island’s international airport, after about 10 high-tension utility poles were felled last night by heavy…

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More shelters and jobs to be created for the homeless in Bangkok

More shelters are to be built for homeless people in Bangkok and more job opportunities will be made available to them, particularly for those who have recently become homeless, to…

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Poor air quality reported in 12 districts of Bangkok on Thursday

Air quality in some areas of 12 of Bangkok’s 50 districts today (Thursday) is below standard, with the amount of PM2.5 dust exceeding 50 microns, according to the “air4thai” website…

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Chiang Mai struck by 4.1 magnitude earthquake Thursday morning

Thailand’s northern province of Chiang Mai was struck by an earthquake of 4.1 magnitude on the Richter scale, at 4.36am this morning (Thursday). It was the strongest quake in the…

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Downtown Phuket flooded again

Downtown Phuket is flooded again tonight after heavy downpours that hit the popular resort island in southern Thailand. Most businesses in the commercial centre of the city are closed. It’s…

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Thai activist Srisuwan’s assailant in custody as donations pour in for his defence

Donations continue to pour into a bank account, opened by a supporter of the man who attacked Srisuwan Janya yesterday, to be used for his legal defence. The man, 62-year-old…

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Phuket residents warned of possible overflows from Bang Yai Canal

Residents living along the Bang Yai Canal, in Nakhon Phuket and Ratsada sub-districts, have been advised to prepare for overflows, following the last three days of continuous heavy rain in…

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Cannabis Bill addresses all concerns raised by Democrat and Pheu Thai parties

The Cannabis Bill, which has been reviewed by the House Scrutiny Committee, addresses all the concerns raised by both the Democrat and Pheu Thai parties, said Suphachai Jaismut, head of…

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Cabinet approves tax measures to help flood victims

The Thai cabinet approved a package of 14 measures to help flood victims yesterday (Tuesday), as proposed by the Ministry of Finance, according to Government Spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri. The measures…

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Nesat weakening to tropical storm, expected to hit Vietnam by Friday

Tropical cyclone Nesat is weakening to a tropical storm, as it moves westward across southern Hainan today (Wednesday) and is forecast to hit Vietnam by Friday, the Thai Meteorological Department…

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First case of drug resistant Omicron BQ.1 sub-variant found in Thailand

The Centre for Medical Genomics, at Ramathibodi Hospital, has found the first case in Thailand of a descendant of the COVID-19 Omicron BA.5 sub-variant, called BQ.1. The centre said, in…

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Floodwall built to prevent flooded landfill leaking into Muang district of Ang Thong

Municipal officials and workers from the Muang district of Ang Thong Province are building a two-metre high wall, to prevent polluted water from a flooded landfill from flowing into the…

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Thailand confirms two Omicron XBB cases, neither are serious

Two Omicron XBB cases have been found in Thailand, but both patients have already recovered, according to Dr. Supakit Sirilak, director-general of the Medical Sciences Department. The first case is…

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Opposition will ask EC to dissolve Bhumjaithai Party over its liberal cannabis policy

Opposition parties plan to ask Thailand’s Election Commission (EC) to dissolve the Bhumjaithai Party, for alleged violation of the Political Parties Act, over its policy to decriminalise cannabis. Opposition leader…

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Thailand confirms 11th monkeypox case in Thai man returning from Qatar

A Thai man, who worked in a massage parlour in Qatar and returned to Thailand on Saturday, has been diagnosed as having monkeypox. Dr. Tares Krassanairawiwong, acting director-general of Thailand’s…

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New Chart Pattana Kla party leader vows to return prosperity to Thailand

Newly-elected leader of the Chart Pattana Kla Party, Korn Chatikavanij, has vowed to overhaul the Thai economy and bureaucracy, to bring prosperity and a better future for all Thais, with…

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Flood situation in Phuket is improving

The flood situation in Phuket has improved today (Monday), after heavy rains caused by a tropical depression. Floodwater in Phuket has receded from Phuket Old Town, particularly around the clock…

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Tropical storm becomes typhoon as it approaches Vietnam

Tropical storm Nesat is intensifying into a typhoon as it moves west through China’s southern Hainan Island. It is expected to make landfall in Vietnam on Wednesday or Thursday, the…

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Loss of water retention areas worsens flood situation in Ubon Ratchathani

The loss of natural water retention areas, through a lack of proper urban planning, is being blamed for the unusually serious flooding in the north-eastern province of Ubon Ratchathani this…

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Thailand’s gun control remains problematic

The recent mass shooting in Nong Bua Lam Phu province was the deadliest in Thailand’s history. The tragedy revealed even more shocking statistics, particularly the country’s high ranking for gun…

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Widespread flooding in Phuket on Sunday following heavy rainfall

Many areas of Phuket, including the old commercial centre and some beach roads, are flooded this morning (Sunday), following heavy downpours throughout last night. The Klang Road in the old…

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