BANGKOK, Feb 27 – The Metropolitan Waterworks Authority (MWA) has urged the public to reserve freshwater for household consumption in readiness for the decreasing supply of freshwater as a result of saline intrusion during the approaching dry season.
BANGKOK, Feb 27 - Bangkok Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra assigned city law enforcement officials to tighten security measures and provide greater support to police to ensure the safety of residents of the capital and those in and near protest areas.
Fifteen persons were killed and 40 others were injured when a chartered bus packed with students and teachers on a school field trip hit a pickup truck and veered into the past of an 18-wheel truck in the eastern province of Prachin Buri before plunging off the road on a steep hillside.
BANGKOK, Feb 27 - Thailand's National Food Institute (NFI) has projected food exports from the country to expand by 6.2 per cent to Bt970 billion in values this year.
BANGKOK, Feb 28 – The Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) will set up an assistance fund to generate financial contributions for farmers, according to caretaker Deputy Finance Minister Tanusak Lek-uthai.
SAMUT PRAKAN, Feb 26 - At least 11 workers were killed and 15 injured in an accident at a hospital construction site in this Bangkok suburb Tuesday prompting the provincial governor to order the suspension of construction.
NARATHIWAT, Feb 26 – Two female defence volunteers have been shot in the latest series of attacks in this violence-ridden southernmost province on Wednesday.
BANGKOK, Feb 27 – The Election Commission (EC) will seek a Constitution Court’s ruling on whether a royal decree would be required to hold new elections in 28 unsuccessful constituencies in Thailand’s South.
BANGKOK, Feb 27 – Two navy personnel, arrested by police in the capital yesterday for carrying weapons, were returning from their duty in Thailand’s South, according to navy secretary Rear Adm Kan Dee-ubon.
BANGKOK, Feb 27 -- Four grenades were shot into the compounds of the Thai PBS television station and the nearby Royal Thai Police Sports Club housing the Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) Wednesday night, damaging three cars, but with no injuries reported.