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Bryde’s whale carcass found on Phuket beach

PHUKET - A Bryde’s whale carcass has been found on a beach in Phuket province. It is believed that the mammal died of sickness. Marine...

Giant clams successfully protected in Chumphon

CHUMPHON, Aug 31 – A conservation group in this southern province on the coast of the Gulf of Thailand has successfully protected endangered...

DDPM issues weather warnings for next few days

BANGKOK, 1 August 2012  - The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) has warned residents living near shorelines and in flood-prone areas...

Depression Vicente carries heavy rain to Thailand’s North

MAE HONG SON, July 25 - Depression Vicente, downgraded from tropical storm status over China, has nonetheless triggered nonstop heavy rain in upper...

Thai pavilion’s global appeal proved in Korea

Rich in underwater biodiversity, Thailand presents itself at this year's International Exposition Yeosu Korea 2012, or Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea, under the theme...

Getting Around Thailand

Travellers have many options for getting around Thailand. There is a wide range of air, train, bus and boat services that can take...

Flash flood warning for several areas

BANGKOK, 3 June 2012  - The Meteorological Department has issued a nationwide flashflood warning saying many areas of the kingdom will see widespread rain,...

DDPM steps up measures to prevent heavy rain-induced disaster

BANGKOK, 27 May 2012  – The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) is stepping up its games to prevent possible disasters, induced...

National Warning Center: Heavy rain expected throughout Thailand

BANGKOK, 16 May 2012  – The National Warning Center has issued the latest advice on the possibilities of scattered heavy rain throughout the...

North still gets cool morning, Northeast & South to see rains

BANGKOK, 25 February 2012  - The lower Northeast, the central region and the East are forecast to experience hot weather and scattered thundershowers...

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