BANGKOK, May 9 – A people’s network protesting against the Thai-Cambodian temple dispute rallied at Bangkok's Sanam Luang yesterday and vowed to continue demonstrating until the government resigns.
BANGKOK, May 9 – Red Shirt activists, led by the Radio Broadcasters for Democracy, yesterday called off their week-long demonstration against the Constitution Court but vowed to continue their attempt to impeach the court judges.
PATTANI, May 9 – Security personnel were apparently targeted in the bombing of two Pattani businesses early today, but no one was hurt.
BANGKOK, May 8 - The official website of Thailand's Office of the Prime Minister was hacked today with the name and title of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra replaced with messages attacking the premier herself.
BANGKOK, May 8 - Filipino authorities have found a Thai man who was injured in the eruption of a Philippine volcano and sent him for hospitalisation.
BANGKOK, May 8 – The gold price sentiment index in the Thai market dropped from 52.84 points in April to 45.50 points this month, reflecting negative confidence among investors, a gold analyst said today.
BANGKOK, May 8 – The surging baht compelled 29 Thai exporters to close their businesses last month, while applications for new company start-ups dropped by 17 per cent, Deputy Commerce Minister Nattawut Saikua said today.
BANGKOK, May 8 - True Move on Wednesday launched its fourth-generation (4G) wireless connection as Thailand's first provider to offer such service.
Thailand’s leading industrialists last week renewed pressure on the government, calling for measures to rein in the baht’s appreciation, cut the policy interest rate and stem foreign capital inflows.