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CAPO declares 6 junctions and Govt Complex as restricted areas

BANGKOK, 12 January 2014  The Center for Administration of Peace and Order (CAPO) prohibits vehicles which carry concrete blocks and loudspeakers from entering 14...

Royal Thai Police chief dispatches holiday troops in Pattaya

Thailand’s police chief took a breather from ongoing street protests in Bangkok to formally issue holiday orders to Pattaya-area cops. ...

Thai police chief: No live bullets fired by police

BANGKOK, Dec 27 – Thailand’s police chief today stood firm that police did not use live ammunition in yesterday’s crackdown on anti-government protesters at...

Suthep announces Saturday meeting with armed forces commanders

BANGKOK, 13 December 2013 People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) leader Suthep Thueksuban announced on Thursday that the heads of the armed forces and...

DPM: State offices still open despite ongoing protest

BANGKOK, 30 Nov 2013 The Deputy Prime Minister in charge of national security has asserted that all state offices are still open as usual...

CAPO pleads for public not to join illegal activities currently underway

BANGKOK, 30 November 2013 The Center for Administration of Peace and Order (CAPO) pleaded for the public not to join the illegal activities...

Police predict fewer protesters at rally sites

BANGKOK, Nov 28 – Police continued convincing demonstrators to leave the Finance Ministry but anti-government protesters announced that they would seize three more state...

CAPO: Sam Sen rally could prolong

BANGKOK, 1 November 2013 The Center for Administration of Peace and Order (CAPO) announced on Thursday it expected the anti-amnesty bill demonstration at Sam...

Police need 3 days to evaluate anti-Amnesty Bill protest

BANGKOK, Oct 31 -- National Police Chief Adul Saengsingkaew said police require three days to evaluate the anti-Amnesty Bill protest before deciding whether to...

Fact-finding committee to look into fire at police hospital

BANGKOK, 29 Oct 2013 The national police chief has ordered a fact-finding committee be set up to look into Monday's fire at Police...

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Scammers selling Pattaya Fireworks Festival booths online

Scammers offering booths at November’s Pattaya Fireworks Festival are bilking careless social media users out of their money. Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome said an unknown group...

All roads lead to Trat’s islands on holiday weekend

The first big holiday since its reopening was big for Koh Chang. Cars streamed into Trat with Thai tourists headed for the island as well...

Koh Samet sees revival over long holiday

More than 400 people a day ventured to Koh Samet for the long Buddhist holiday as the Rayong island slowly reopens to Thai tourists. Not...

250 East Pattaya market vendors tested for Covid-19

About 250 East Pattaya market vendors were tested for the coronavirus due to their high exposure to the public. Staff from Ban Tan Man Health...

Pattaya Beach vendors suspended for fighting

Times have been so tough for Pattaya’s beach vendors, they’re now literally fighting for customers. Three beach chair vendors were suspended for 15 days following...