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BANGKOK, 8 June 2012  - Two of the nation’s disaster-related agencies are issuing further flash flood warnings for the northern and the southern regions. 
PHRAE, June 8 - Flash floods have hit several areas in Phrae, cutting a rail line, while train service to the north have been suspended in Uttaradit.
BANGKOK, June 8 - Parliament President Somsak Kiatsuranont told a joint House-Senate meeting on Friday that he needed two or three more days to decide on the voting for the…
BANGKOK, 8 June 2012  –The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) has allowed free television to air the European Football Championship 2012 and ordered TrueVisions to let its subscribers watch…
BANGKOK 7 June 2012  - Suvarnahumi Airport will be temporarily closing down its eastern runway for a period of 60 days for maintenance. The runway will be resurfaced with asphalt…
BANGKOK, 7 June 2012  – The Education Ministry on Wednesday marked the Thai Cooperative Education Day with a seminar, preparing Thai students for employment opportunity in the future. 
BANGKOK, 7 June 2012  – Maha Wiranuwat School in Traimit Wittayaram Monastery has opened an ASEAN studies classroom, making it an integral part of the first ASEAN Community in Thailand. 
BANGKOK, 7 June 2012 – The Secretariat of the House of Representatives is holding an exhibition on the 80th year anniversary of Thai parliament. 
BANGKOK, 7 June 2012  – The Public Health Ministry is speeding up preparations for the natural disasters in 16 at-risk provinces. 
BANGKOK, 7 June 2012 – The prime minister will take another trip to get firsthand update on the state-initiated water management measures. 
NARATHIWAT, June 7 - Two villagers were killed and five were wounded in a shooting in a home in violence-plagued Narathiwat province Wednesday night.
TRANG, June 7 -- Strong winds and three-metre waves caused seawater to surge into more than 80 fishing village households in Kantang district of southern Trang province on Thursday.
BANGKOK, June 7 - Red shirts from the pro-government United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) began gathering Thursday morning at Parliament seeking the impeachment of Constitution Court judges who…

Flashfloods in Ranong eased off

Thursday, 07 June 2012 By NNT
RANONG, 7 June 2012 – The flooding situations in four districts of Ranong Province have eased off. Kapoe is the only district under close watch. 
BANGKOK, June 5 - Thailand's opposition Democrat Party lawmakers petitioned Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Tuesday, calling on her Cabinet to issue a draft royal decree closing the current House…