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Universities in Thailand will reopen on June 14

The Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation has designated 14 June for the opening of the next semester for universities. Ministry spokesperson, Duangrit...

Sattahip sailor lauded for live-saving accident response

A Sattahip-based sailor was lauded for his life-saving action after a motorcyclist crashed during an epileptic seizure. Rear Adm. Suppachai Thanasarnsakorn, commander of the Naval...

Thai navy delivers 3rd eastern coronavirus field hospital

On Wednesday, the Royal Thai Navy delivered a new field hospital in Sattahip to Chonburi for use in handling the province’s severe coronavirus outbreak. Naval...

Navy readies Covid-19 field hospitals in Sattahip, Chanthaburi

The Royal Thai Navy is preparing to convert its state quarantine centers into field hospitals to handle the surging numbers of Covid-19 patients in...

Drunk New Year’s reveler sleeps it off on sidewalk

A drunk driver smart enough to pull over, slept it off on a Sattahip roadside. Patrol officers found the unidentified man in his mid-20s sleeping...

Royal Thai Navy unit installs King Taksin the Great statue

The Royal Thai Navy’s 1st Antiaircraft Artillery Regiment erected a statue of King Taksin the Great as another memorial to the king who liberated...

Sattahip do-gooders give cash, supplies to family living in old school,...

Sattahip residents came out in droves to donate cash and household goods to a family living in an abandoned school, although no one supplied...

Hospital worker drives into ditch in Sattahip

A sleepy hospital worker suffered a minor injury after driving her Toyota into a ditch in Sattahip. Witchuda Phommasuk, 30, suffered an apparent broken hand...

Pattaya village chief vows all-out assault on ‘protected’ illegal Najomtien beach...

A Najomtien village chief is vowing to shut down a renegade mobile-bar operator from taking over the beach once and for all. Please Support Pattaya...

Paralyzed by Polio, busker sings for supper in Sattahip

He can’t use his legs, but his voice has gotten him a long way. Lungnet Kumyan, 55, has been paralyzed since age 2, a victim...

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List of activities and businesses allowed to operate and those remain closed in Bangkok

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