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In the latest wake of nuclear radioactivity in Japan, many Thais have protested against the government’s plan to build a nuclear power plant on fears that it might harm lives…
BANGKOK, 27 March 2011 (NNT)- Japanese authorities recently detected high level of radioactive iodine in the sea near the nuclear power plant, Fukushima Daiichi, which was over 1,850 times above…
A Turkish man who picked up a Beach Road prostitute was apparently drugged and robbed by her.
Pattaya officials inspected damage caused by Wednesday’s fierce early morning storm and doled out relief supplies to those whose homes were damaged.
Rong Poh residents prayed for prosperity and protection at the Sea God ceremony Wednesday.
Public officials Thursday continued planning for Naklua’s Songkran water festival next month. At a Pla Thong Seafood restaurant meeting, Chonburi MP Poramet Ngampichet heard about preparations for the April 18…
Pattaya-area residents received free first aid and marine-accident training Monday at Naklua’s Zign Hotel.
A British man was beaten by 8 Thais in a case of apparent road rage in East Pattaya Thursday.
Thieves targeting high-tech equipment burglarized an East Pattaya photo lab for the second time in a week Tuesday.
Pattaya public health officials made another of their periodic house calls March 22, this time at the Bodhi Sampan Temple where they dispensed more free services.
Laem Chabang Port officials Tuesday launched the third phase of the harbor’s expansion with a public hearing aimed at gathering opinions from locals about its potential impact on residents and…
A Jomtien Beach ice cream vendor angry over the incessant barking by his neighbor’s dog allegedly stabbed and killed its owner.
More than 120 cyclists from 25 countires will participate in the Princess Maha Chakri Siridhorn’s Cup Tour of Thailand from April 1-6.
The 10th High-Level Group Meeting on Education for All (EFA) is now taking place at Royal Cliff Beach Resorts in Chon Buri under the auspices of the United Nations Educational,…
BANGKOK, 23 March 2011– The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has expected that over two billion baht would be generated throughout Thailand during the upcoming Songkran Festival.
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