SONGKHLA, July 21 A network of rubber growers in the southern province of Songkhla planned to submit a letter urging the government on July 24 to shore up the declining price of rubber.
NARATHIWAT, Jul 20 – Military forces surrounded a house in this southern province and killed a man who fled into a rubber plantation after an exchange of gunfire yesterday.
BANGKOK, Jul 20 - The Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) has confiscated 60 items of assets worth Bt60 million from fugitive defrocked monk Wirapol Sukphon while compiling more evidence to take additional action against him.
BANGKOK, July 20 - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Saturday reaffirmed that Thai rice is not contaminated, saying that she has ordered for the inspection of rice quality to ease public worries.
BANGKOK, July 19 - TripAdvisor, one of the world's biggest travel websites, has rounded up a list of Thailand's top 10 temples voted by worldwide travellers.
BANGKOK, July 19 – Police have warrants and are seeking three fugitives implicated in a bombing near Ramkhamhaeng University on Sunday evening May 26.
BANGKOK, July 19 - Thailand's National Security Council (NSC) has rejected including Songkhla's Sadao district in the ceasefire pact between the government and the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) militant group, according to NSC adviser Charoon Ampha.
BANGKOK, July 7 – The Bank of Thailand (BoT) has lowered its 2013 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth projection by 0.9 per cent to 4.2 per cent from the 5.1 per cent given in the previous projection, in line with the delayed global recovery and moderate domestic demand.
A growing number of wild animals in Thailand are hunted, captured and smuggled for sale every year. Some are seized by the authorities before being smuggled to other countries. Unfortunately, many of the endangered animals were hurt and finally died without even being rescued.
Recently, the country's first Wildlife First Aid Clinic has been established in the northern province of Chiang Mai by the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation in order to help these endangered animals and ultimately return them into the wild.
BANGKOK, July 18 - The Special Investigation Department will ask the Consular Affairs Department to revoke the passport of Wiraphon Sukphon, a former Buddhist monk, and will seek help from Interpol, the International Criminal Police Organization, to locate the ex-monk.