BANGKOK, Sept 10 -- The Thai lawyer of Mitsutoki Shigeta who hired 12 Thai women as surrogate mothers to give birth to his children presented the information to the Thai police and asserted that his client really wanted to have many children.

BANGKOK, Sept 10 -- Thailand's National Research Council is setting out to review the Eighth National Research Policy and Strategy to meet changing situations in the country.

BANGKOK, Sept 10 -- Public works department officials are defending their purchase of the costly microphones installed in the Government House conference room, saying the department actually saves the state about Bt14 million.

Thursday, 11 September 2014 15:18

Floods recede in many provinces

NAKHON SAWAN, Sept 10 --Floods in two Nakhon Sawan district have receded slightly as of this morning, while the province is trying its best to inspect damage and provide assistance to flood victims.

BANGKOK, Sept 9 -- Thailand's Ministry of Commerce is trying to control local ivory traders and effectively enforce relevant laws to enable Thailand to avoid costly trade sanctions.

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 11:14

Thailand's gem exports promoted to reach target

BANGKOK, Sept 9 -- Thailand's Ministry of Commerce hopes that the 54th Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair will restore foreign buyers' confidence and help promote the country's gem exports.

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 11:11

EU educates Thai exporters on GMO regulations

BANGKOK, Sept 9 -- European Union (EU) experts on genetically modified organisms (GMO) were training Thai exporters and academics today to prevent exports of GMO-contaminated products.

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT, Sept 9 -- The authorities in this southern Thai province rehearsed an Ebola response plan at Nakhon Si Thammarat Airport today.

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 10:21

Phichit province heavily flooded

PHICHIT, Sept 9 -- Flooding continues to affect residents in many areas in the North including Phichit province.

Excessive floodwater that was in Sukhothai province last week moved south reaching and widely flooded Phichit, which also received runoff from Kamphaeng Phet province through the Yom River. 

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 10:17

Runoff wipes out homes on Ko Chang

TRAT, Sept 8 --  Heavy rains last night caused devastating runoff in two sub-districts of Ko Chang, a popular tourist destination in this province.

Five villages in Ko Chang Tai sub-district are cut off from the outside as deep flooding impedes residents from leaving their homes.

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