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Nearby plants unaffected by last weekend’s explosion and fire at Map...

BANGKOK, May 13 - The main buildings' structure of plants nearby were not affected following last weekend's explosion and fire at the Bangkok...

Environmentalists petition Court to revoke Rayong factories operation certificates

BANGKOK, May 10 - Following two industrial plant accidents last weekend in the eastern province of Rayong, the environmental activist non-governmental organisation Stop...

PM orders review of safety measures at all industrial estates

BANGKOK, May 8 – Following three major industrial safety and workplace accidents in the past week, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra ordered the Ministry...

PM orders assessment of all factories every 3 months

NONTHABURI, May 7 - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Monday she has instructed the industry ministry to step up safety measures...

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Sinchai concedes defeat in still-unsettled Pattaya mayor race

While the winner of Sunday’s mayoral election has not even been unofficially announced, Sinchai Wattanasartsathorn conceded defeat and congratulated the city’s probable next mayor. Unofficial...

Weekdays showing signs of life in Pattaya

Only weeks ago, Pattaya tourist businesses bemoaned weekdays. Not so much anymore. Unlike a few months ago, when weekends and holidays seemed busy in Pattaya,...

Pattaya area kindergarten opens for new term

Tiny tots in Takhiantia subdistrict north of Pattaya went to school for the first time as classrooms reopened for a new year. The public Takientia...

Le Tenor Yves Baron at a PCEC Words and Music Meeting

Yves Baron was the presenter at the May 18 meeting of the Pattaya City Expats Club (PCEC). The PCEC periodically invites musicians to a...

Thailand starts screening arrivals for monkeypox at airports today

The Department of Disease Control has set up an emergency operations center (EOC) to cope with monkeypox as officials concerned are screening arrivals from...