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Pattaya once again grinds to a halt due to poor drainage

At 15:00 on February the 16th Pattaya once again was pelted with heavy showers of rain for about two hours which caused the roads...

Three hours of rain causes floods, landslides in Pattaya

Three hours of rain April 11 again wreaked havoc in Pattaya, especially for places with little or no active drainage. Sukhumvit Road near Nong...

Waterlogged Soi Wat Boon hit again by floods

So Wat Boon residents may not be able to predict the weather, but they can predict that when it does rain, their South Pattaya...

Floods enlarge across Central Plains

BANGKOK, 30 September 2013  - Flooding in many provinces along the Chao Phraya River is expanding due to heavy rains and water from various...

Flood stricken orphans in north Thailand desperately need your help

Due to the recent floods in the north of Thailand, there is an orphanage that is in desperate need of help. There are 60...

Chonburi begins flood-response planning for low-lying districts

Acknowledging that damaging floods are coming to Panthong and Phanat Nikom districts no matter what they do, Chonburi officials have begun planning for the...

Built on a flood plain, Najomtien housing project again hit with...

For the third straight year, more than 4,600 families in a Najomtien housing project are suffering from a series of deep and fast...

Chao Phraya dam discharges more water, floods increase

BANGKOK, 21 September 2012  - The Chao Phraya dam has discharged more water due to heavy rains, raising the water level in the Chao...

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

BANGKOK, Sept 20 - The latest poll by the Dhurakij Pundit University Research Center (DPU Poll) indicated that three-fourths of small and medium-sized...

PM visits flood victims in Phitsanulok

BANGKOK, 14 September 2012 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra this morning visited Phitsanulok to follow up on the flood situation and urged related agencies...