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BANGKOK, 25 September 2012 – A Privy Councilor has expressed that although the Thai media have received more freedom than before, still they lack moral responsibility. He urged journalists to…
BANGKOK, 25 September 2012 - The Pollution Control Department (PCD) has prepared a pollution prevention and reduction plan in cases of flood in 25 provinces. 
PHITSANULOK, Sept 25 – Phitsanulok’s Bang Rakam district is likely to be under water for another month before receding in late October as it is a low-lying area and holds…
BANGKOK, Sept 25 –  King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang has introduced a new invention using microwave drying out of waterlogged soil to help flood-hit farmers who normally lose several…

Army chief indifferent to DSI charges

Friday, 28 September 2012 By MCOT
BANGKOK, Sept 24 - Thai Army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha today called on the public to refrain from criticising state officials charged by the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) for involvement…
BANGKOK, Sept 24 – Activists from Thailand’s pro- and anti-government movements clashed today as some Yellow Shirts gathered at the headquarters of Police Crime Suppression Division to give moral support…
AYUTTHAYA, Sept 25 -  The provincial irrigation bureau in this former capital of Thailand, 70km north of Bangkok, has allayed fears of floods thanks to receding water in the Chao…
BANGKOK, Sept 24 - Army chief Gen Prayutha Chan-ocha said on Monday that he ordered more checkpoints and beefed up security in Thailand's restive southern border provinces following last week’s…
BANGKOK, 25 September 2012 - The Meteorological Department has issued another weather warning to residents in the East and the South to brace for more heavy rains. 
BANGKOK, Sept 23 – The Royal Irrigation Department has coordinated with the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration to drain water from Bangkok’s eastern canals into the Bangpakong River and the Gulf of…
RANONG, Sept 23—Thai officials of the Thai-Myanmar Township Border Committee (TBC) are preparing to negotiate with Myanmar officials in an attempt to help the remaining nine Thais still imprisoned in…
BANGKOK, Sept 23 – The public health ministry reported three flood-related deaths this year with a cumulative number of patients at 25,000, mostly headaches from stress.
BANGKOK, Sept 22 -- Deputy Prime Minister Yuthasak Sasiprapa on Saturday asserted the government has given priority to solving the problems of the southernmost provinces while a meeting between the…

PM to visit New York to attend UNGA

Tuesday, 25 September 2012 By MCOT
BANGKOK, Sept 22 -- Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will visit the United States over September 23-29 to attend the 67th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New…

2,000 people made ill by floods each day

Friday, 28 September 2012 By NNT
BANGKOK, 22 September 2012 - Minister of Public Health Wittaya Buranasiri has reported that almost 2,000 people are suffering from illnesses caused by floods each day with 111 people experiencing…

Drinkers warned of drowning in floodwater

Thursday, 27 September 2012 By NNT
BANGKOK, 24 September 2012  – Amidst the current flooding, Deputy Minister of Public Health Dr. Surawit Khonsomboon has revealed the danger of being intoxicated while staying in the water, saying…
BANGKOK, 24 September 2012  - A Thai representative in the ASEAN Commission on the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Women and Children (ACWC) has suggested that Thailand should…

Southern car bomb suspects arrested

Thursday, 27 September 2012 By NNT
BANGKOK, 24 September 2012  - Five from ten suspects involved in a car bomb in Sai Buri district, Pattani province, have been arrested while authorities are mulling over the revocation…
BANGKOK, 23 September 2012– More than half of the drainage works, intended to help ease the flood problem in Bangkok, has been completed. 
BANGKOK, 24 September 2012 - The Kasetsart University Office of Agricultural Economics (KU-OAE) Foresight Center has indicated that the flooding in the lower north and central regions have covered over…