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Thai Prime Minister approves new economic campaigns

The government’s COVID-19 task force has approved four new campaigns to revive economic activities, as the prime minister pledged for the streamlining of measures...

Sick Pattaya elephant on way to Surin hospital

A sick Pattaya elephant is on its way back home. Ply Kun Phan, 64, was suffering from diabetic ketoacidosis it developed while being held at...

Online learning during pandemic causes anxiety and stress amongst youth

Data collected from the Department of Mental Health found that almost one-third of students in the country are experiencing more anxiety and stress after...

Thai navy intercepts fishing boat turned illegal fuel tanker

The Royal Thai Navy intercepted a modified fishing boat transporting 50,000 liters of untaxed diesel fuel off Rayong. The First Naval Area Command was tipped...

Burmese builder held for murder of countryman in Sattahip

Sattahip police arrested a Burmese construction worker on suspicion that he stabbed a compatriot to death. An extremely drunk Aung Min Sein, 42, was taken...

Thai village deputy chief arrested with 46 guns

Danupol Yompong, 31, was taken into custody in a navy housing complex in Plutaluang Sept. 14 on an arrest warrant issued in Nong Khai...

Japan will donate more of AstraZeneca vaccine to Thailand and other...

Japan has announced that it will donate an additional 1.3 million doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine to Taiwan and other Asian neighbors, including 300,000...

Thai navy salvages rusted and decomposed boats sunk offshore

The Royal Thai Navy led the salvage of impounded fishing boats that sank off the coast near the Sattahip Naval Base. Vice Adm. Kowit Inphrom,...

Pattaya’s new pastime: Looking for free food

There is no work. There is no place to go. With businesses closed, the only thing Pattaya residents do every day now is scour...

Thai Navy Commander inspires his troops at Sattahip Naval Base

Admiral Chatchai Srivorakan, Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Navy made his annual inspection tour of the Sattahip Naval Base on August 7 where he...

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Over 30 migrants arrested in Kanchanaburi province near Thai-Myanmar border

Authorities apprehended 33 migrants for illegal entry near the Thai-Myanmar border in Kanchanaburi province on Saturday (15 Jan). According to officials, a patrol from the...