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200 protest IRPC expansion in Rayong

More than 200 Rayong residents protested outside Integrated Refinery & Petrochemical Complex Co.’s Maptaput facility to oppose the company’s 42 billion baht expansion...

NESDB presents solutions to Map Ta Phut problems

  BANGKOK, 16 May 2011  – The National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB) has planned three solutions to the prevailing problems of Map...

PM calls decentralization ‘essential’ in solving Thailand’s problems

Calls for increased local funding, universities, at Jomtien seminar Despite objections from power-conscious politicians and bureaucrats, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said he plans...

PM to inspect Maptaput Nov. 20

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva is scheduled to visit Rayong’s Maptaput industrial district Nov. 20 to inspect the progress being made on the final...

Greenpeace joins locals to close Maptaput offices

Greenpeace activists march through the Maptaput Industrial Estate. Greenpeace activists in two inflatable boats invaded...

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An emotional return to Irish soil for British Open

Portrush, Northern Ireland (AP) — Darren Clarke never hit a tee shot at Royal Portrush quite like this. The silver claret jug on display next...

Suspected arson in Japan anime studio leaves up to 13 dead

Tokyo (AP) - A man burst into an animation production studio in Kyoto and set it on fire early Thursday, killing one person, leaving...

PM expresses concern about drought situation

Bangkok - The Prime Minister has instructed relevant agencies to help alleviate people’s suffering as a result of the current drought problem and called...

Absent senators to receive meeting alerts

Bangkok - The Senate Speaker said clear measures have been put in place in the wake of criticism of a photo showing only a...

Labour Ministry opens automation center

Bangkok – The Ministry of Labour has announced the establishment of a human resources development center on automation and robots at the Institute for...