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Heavy rains bring damage and blessings to provinces

Several provinces have experienced both damage and blessings following days of heavy rain. In the northern province of Nan, municipal workers are speeding up the...

Monsoon conditions spur flood warnings across central region

The 12th Royal Irrigation Department (RID) Office has issued a warning to 7 central region provinces of possible flooding due to monsoon conditions across...

Rain-making missions stepped up amid drought fears

BANGKOK, 23 September 2015  – The Department of Royal Rainmaking and Agricultural Aviation has stepped up its rain-enhancement operations as the low rainfalls in...

Health ministry warns of leptospirosis during monsoon

BANGKOK, July 21 -- Permanent Secretary for Public Health Narong Sahametapat has warned the public of possible widespread leptospirosis during the current monsoon after...

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Thailand reminds tourists on laws against e-cigarettes or ‘vaping’ and shisha smoking

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is reminding visitors to the Kingdom of its ‘no smoking’ in public areas laws, which are part of...

Bangkok to provide free space for street vendors

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has opened its first free space for street vendors and hawkers in Bangkok, kick-starting the effort by the city hall...

Myanmar invited to regional military meeting co-chaired by the U.S. and Thailand

Myanmar has been invited to take part in a regional military meeting co-chaired by the United States and Thailand. Lieutenant Colonel Marty Meiners, a Pentagon...

Koh Lipe land dispute resolved as company withdraws claims

In a significant step forward towards resolving the Koh Lipe land disputes, a company on the island has agreed to take down a fence...

Thai Cabinet approves wage hikes for various skilled laborers

The Cabinet this week greenlit wage hikes for a number of skilled laborers, effective 90 days after the regulation’s publication in the Royal Gazette. According...