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Poll: People interested in product, energy price news the most

BANGKOK, 30 July 2012 – According to a poll, most people are most interested in news related to consumer product and energy prices,...

ABAC Poll: Most people agree with court’s decision on constitutional change

BANGKOK, 16 July 2012  – According to a poll, most people agree with the Constitution Court’s decision to allow constitution amendment if revisions...

ABAC Poll: Drug problems remain rampant

BANGKOK, 19 April 2012  – A recent opinion survey by Assumption University has indicated that drug problems remain rampant in the country, with...

Rotary Club of Bangkok South rolls out red carpet for Coins...

Rainstorm fails to dampen spirit of giving To celebrate the 50th anniversary of service to the community, the Rotary Club of Bangkok South (RCBS)...

Survey: Charter amendment may deepen society rift

BANGKOK, Jan 22 - More than half of Thais polled fear any attempt to amend the country's constitution might lead to further conflict in...

Labour minister vows to press on with wage-salary hikes

BANGKOK, 29 August 2011 – Labour Minister Phadermchai Sasomsap has pledged that the government will proceed with the policies to increase the daily...

Political obsession is affecting mental health

BANGKOK, 19 July 2011 – The Department of Mental Health has suggested people to remain calm upon political news as a lot of them...

ABAC Poll: Water pollution causes growing public concern

BANGKOK, 22 March 2011 (NNT) – The majority of Thai people are worried about pollution in water resources and wish the government take...

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German, Thai arrested for scamming Aussie of 1.2 million baht

Regional police arrested a German man and Thai woman for their parts in allegedly extorting an Australian out of 1.2 million baht. Frank Wagner, 54,...

Quiet curfew streets bring out wildlife in Pattaya

With no people or traffic to scare them away, wildlife has begun to return to the city. Police and volunteers patrolling for curfew breakers found...

Burmese fisherman falls into ice crusher

A Burmese fisherman sustained brutal injuries after falling into an ice crusher in Sattahip. Jo Kuti, 25, had his left leg crushed by the machine...

Lawyer threatens CCA charges against videographers of drunk Pattaya masturbator

The lawyer for a man arrested for masturbating in public threatened to file Computer Crime Act charges against anyone who posted video of his...

Updates during COVID-19 Crisis

EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS National Institute for Emergency Medicine:1669 Bang Lamung Police Station: 038 221 800 Bangkok Hospital Pattaya: 038 259 999 Highway Patrol Police: 038 425 440 Nongprue Police...