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Take care of your feet, Forrest

Pattaya City Expats Club puts its foot down at the Sunday, September 18, meeting at the Amari’s Tavern by the Sea Restaurant. Even...

PM orders measures to cope with floods, storms threaten Thailand

BANGKOK, Sept 26 – Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has ordered short-term measures to resolve flood problems across the country as the National...

Flood situation still worrying; death toll reaches 130

BANGKOK, Sept 20 - Thailand's Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation on Wednesday reported flooding is ongoing in 24 provinces and that total fatalities...

PM presides at ceremony sending off relief caravan

BANGKOK, Sept 18 -- Prime Minister Yingluck Shinwatra on Sunday presided over a ceremony to send off relief caravan from Government House to aid...

Central region floods worsen

ANG THONG, Sept 14 – Thailand’s flood situation in several central provinces worsened Wednesday as a dam in Singburi burst, forcing the evacuation of...

Lower Chao Phraya River expected to surge during 19-20 Sep

BANGKOK, 13 September 2011  – The Royal Irrigation Department has urged residents of the Lower Chao Phraya River Basin to keep their eyes on...

Ayutthaya braces for flooding in business area; Nakhon Sawan under water

PHRA NAKHON SI AYUTTHAYA, Sept 13 – Thailand’s central province of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya on Tuesday was preparing for flooding likely to hit...

Flood death toll rises, more heavy rain over Thailand

BANGKOK, Sept 11 - Thais are bracing for more heavy downpours following those which have already wreaked havoc in many provinces and left more...

RID concerned over more floods in mid-Sep

BANGKOK, 7 September 2011  – The Royal Irrigation Department (RID) has expressed concerns over the possibility of additional flooding within the central region in...

PM holds meeting with governors of flood-hit provinces

BANGKOK, Sept 4 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will hold a meeting with governors of nine flood-stricken provinces on Sunday afternoon to listen to...

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