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2012 Top of the Gulf Regatta looks to re-set the record...

The annual Top of the Gulf Regatta takes place for the eighth time this year off Ocean Marina Yacht Club, Jomtien Beach, 4th to...

Fisheries Dept. concerned over depleting Indian Mackerel population in Andaman Sea

BANGKOK, 29 February 2012  - The Fisheries Department has expressed its worry about the depleting population of Indian Mackerel in Thailand's southern Andaman...

Canalside homes flooded in Songkhla

SONGKHLA, Jan 13 – Up to a hundred households along a canal in Songkhla’s Hat Yai district have been inundated by a second round...

Songkhla warned of landslides due to continuing rains

SONGKHLA, Dec 18 – The Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department warned ten districts in Songkhla to beware of possible landslides following continuous heavy rain...

Harmless whale shark sets off panic on Rayong beach

Once common in the northern Gulf of Thailand, whale sharks have become so rare that when one appeared off the coast in Rayong,...

Chevron to raise its gas production capacity

BANGKOK, 14 June 2011 – Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production Ltd expects its natural gas production would rise to 1.92 billion cubic feet...

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Drunk Russian ditches pal after crashing motorbike on Pattaya Beach Road

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Australia and New Zealand step up efforts to aid tsunami-hit Tonga

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