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Health Minister boasts ‘eggs-for-expired pills’ successful

NONTHABURI, July 9 - More than 36 million unused or outdated tablets, worth over Bt40 million, were returned to health officials nationwide under the...

Surapong to clarify NASA issue to Parliament

BANGKOK, 6 July 2012 -Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul is set to explain in detail the case covering NASA’s request to use U-tapao airbase for...

Bangchak plans full reimbursements of explosion-related damages

BANGKOK, 5 July 2012 - Bangchak Petroleum is dispatching additional inspection units to examine the oil refinery’s blast site, while insisting that damage...

East Water plans more supply for Thailand’s Eastern industrial estates

SINGAPORE, July 3 - Eastern Water Resources Development and Management Plc, or East Water, plans added water supply to industrial estates in Thailand's east,...

Reforestation campaign launched in honour of HM Queen Sirikit

BANGKOK, 27 June 2012  - The Energy Ministry has joined hands with the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) and PTT Public Company...

DSI fears Thailand’s status on human-trafficking list will worsen

BANGKOK, 20 June 2012  – The Department of Special Investigations (DSI) has expressed concerns that Thailand’s possible repositioning on the US watch list for...

PM checks up on Laem chabang port development

BANGKOK, 18 June 2012  – The Prime Minister will be checking up on the eastern sea board, Laem chabang port, Chonburi province, regarding...

Industrial Works Dept joins hands with factories to reduce wastewater

BANGKOK, 13 June 2012  - The Department of Industrial Works (DIW) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with textile dyeing factories on...

FTI suggests leather industry change tactics in preparation for AEC

BANGKOK, 7 June 2012 – The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) has advised the Thai leather industry to enhance it strategies to stay...

Thai inflation grows slowly in May

BANGKOK, June 1- Thailand’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) grew at a slower pace last month to stay at 115.23, up 0.39 per cent...

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Thailand cracks down on powerful figures, strengthens public safety

The administration revealed key initiatives laid down by Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Srettha Thavisin. Deputy Government Spokesperson Karom Phonphonklang stated that the government...

Aid dispatched to flood victims

In response to the escalating flood crisis affecting multiple provinces, the Royal Thai Police (RTP) has activated a high-priority directive aimed at coordinating a...

Thailand eyes leadership in growing Halal and future food industries

In response to the surging global demand for Halal products and the dynamic landscape of future foods, Thailand is strategically positioning itself as a...

The Idle Scribbler – Songs from the Sixteenth Storey…

When the Covid pestilence reached Pattaya the Scribbler, imitating the poet Milton in the time of the plague, retreated to the country. Milton fled...

Bus collision flips car onto roof at Pattaya tunnel entrance

A large tour bus hit a grey Mitsubishi Mirage sedan at the entrance of the Central Pattaya tunnel causing it to flip over and...