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Ayutthaya ruins to be promoted as night-time tourist destination

BANGKOK - The city of Ayutthaya has planned a special budget to install a lighting system at all its major ancient sites to attract...

Ayutthaya celebrates planting season at late Kings’ field

AYUTTHAYA - Farmers in Ayutthaya province have marked the beginning of the planting season at a rice field where HM the late King Bhumibol...

About 300,000 baht worth of fireworks seized from a shop in...

Military officers seized about 300,000 baht worth of fireworks in raid of a shop in Ayutthaya province on Monday which coincided with Loy Krathong...

Ayutthaya to hand out water-economizing crops

AYUTTHAYA– Agriculturists in Ayutthaya will be given saplings of drought-resistant crops as part of the province’s policy to reduce farmers’ operating expenses. Chief of...

Ayutthaya eradicates motorcycle racing on public roads

Ayutthaya, 10 June 2013 Ayutthaya authorities arrested more than 100 motorcycle riders over the weekend for involving in unlawful street racing and confiscating several...

Dog rescues newborn baby abandoned by mother

BANGKOK, 4 June 2013 A dog named “Pui” in Ayutthaya Province has saved the life of a newborn baby after she was abandoned in...

Three women arrested in Ayutthaya with 1.4 million meth pills

AYUTTHAYA, May 29 -- Thai police have arrested three women drug suspects and seized 1.4 million methamphetamine pills hidden in a roadside bush in...

Anti-flood walls for Thai industrial estates almost completed

BANGKOK, May 15 – Thailand’s Industry Ministry will earmark a Bt1.754 billion (US$60 million) subsidy for the construction of flood-prevention walls at four...

Four killed in Ayutthaya bridge collapse

AYUTTHAYA, April 29 - At least four persons were killed and nine others were injured when a small bridge collapsed in this central...

Three-fourths of SMEs don’t trust Govt’s flood management plan: Survey

The latest poll by the Dhurakij Pundit University Research Center (DPU Poll) indicated that three-fourths of small and medium-sized enterprises do not trust...

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