Bangkok, 15 May 2013, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has distributed 120,000 motorcycle helmets to young students in the capital, in its bid to raise the city's safety standard.
NONG KHAI, 15 May 2013 Nong Khai’s Non-Formal Education Office has established an ASEAN Education Center in its bid to prepare locals for the approaching ASEAN Economic Community in 2015.
BANGKOK, 15 May 2013 Migrant workers, who were once victims of human trafficking, will likely be exempted from paying employment fee to work in Thailand under the new draft law currently being considered.
BANGKOK, 15 May 2013 The Internal Trade Department (ITD) will make sure that Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) retailers do not take advantage of consumers in the wake gas price hike.
BANGKOK, 15 May 2013 The government has pledged to tackle the appreciation of the Thai baht by discussing the situation with the Bank of Thailand on a continual basis.
NAKHON SAWAN, 14 May 2013 The Meteorological Department has warned that the approach of cyclone Mahasen will churn up strong winds and high waves on Thailand’s west coast. In the meantime, 1 person was killed in Nakhon Sawan when a storm swept past the province.
Bangkok, 14 May 2013, Permanent Secretary of the Education Ministry Panita Kamphu Na Ayuthya has instructed the Office of the Welfare Promotion Commission for Teachers and Education Personnel to seek solution to ongoing problems of teachers being heavily in debts, pointing out the possibility of providing them with low interest loans.
BANGKOK, 14 May 2013 The deputy Bangkok governor has inspected the Thai-Belgian Bridge prior to its reopening today (May 14) after having been closed since March 5th.
BANGKOK, 14 May 2013 Officers in the Deep South are stepping security measures and setting up check points as the new school term is approaching.
PHUKET, 14 May 2013 Parents in Phuket province are exercising great caution in their purchase of student uniforms for their children to wear in the looming school term, because of the increase in price.