Thursday, 16 January 2014 13:48

Several universities in BKK to stay shut

BANGKOK, 15 January 2014 Decisions have been made by many educational institutes in Bangkok to continue to suspend classes due to the prolonged demonstrations, with Chulalongkorn University to remain closed for two more days. 

Thursday, 16 January 2014 13:46

Thailand hit by another cold spell

BANGKOK, 15 January 2014  After a short period of warmth, Thailand is now hit by another cold front from China, which lowered the average temperature in the country's upper parts by up to 2 degree Celsius. 

BANGKOK 15 January 2014 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reported a good turnout for the general election's advance voting overseas, which began on January 13. Thai citizens in 5 other countries will be able to exercise their voting rights today. 

Thursday, 16 January 2014 13:41

Passport pickups relocates to Bang Na Office

BANGKOK, 15 January 2014, The Consular Department has announced that Thais who have submitted their application for passports are to pick them up at the Office of Passport Division in Bang Na instead, from January 15 onwards. 

BANGKOK, 15 Jan 2014,  Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has urged people opposing her administration to express their opinions by voting, if they feel the government no longer has legitimacy to remain in power. 

SUPHAN BURI, 16 January 2014 The 42nd National Games drew to a close on Wednesday with host Suphan Buri receiving a total of 198 gold medals, beating former champ Bangkok by a wide margin. 

Thursday, 16 January 2014 11:52

Ayutthaya farmers demand rice payment from DIT

AYUTTHAYA, 16 January 2014  Rice farmers in Ayutthaya province have submitted a letter to the government via the Department of Internal Trade (DIT), calling for the disbursement of money owed to them in the rice pledging program.

TRAT, 15 January 2014  An extension of operating hours has become effective at Ban Hat Lek Border Crossing in the eastern province of Trat and is expected help spur Thai-Cambodian trade and tourism. 

Thursday, 16 January 2014 11:50

Baht weakens in wake of mass rallies in BKK

BANGKOK, 15 January 2014 The baht currency has slightly depreciated after the anti-government People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) occupied Bangkok for the third day. 

BANGKOK, 15 January 2014 A markets fund manager, Mark Mobius, remains confident about investing in Thailand despite the ongoing political turmoil. 

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