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Regional police bust alleged motorcycle-theft ring

Pattaya, Banglamung and provincial police broke up a gang of alleged motorcycle thieves who sold bikes to Burmese smugglers for as little as...

Long boat races this weekend

A meeting took place at city hall on the 10th of November in preperation for the Long Boat Tournament which will be held on...

Thai and Myanmar investors discuss partnership leading to AEC formation

BANGKOK, 19 September 2011 -Thai and Myanmar businesspeople joined a seminar in Myanmar to determine investment trend after the ASEAN nations merge in 2015...

Myanmar workers flocking to Thailand ahead of wage hike

TAK, 15 July 2011  – A number of Myanmar citizens have been arrested in Tak province after entering Thailand with the intention to...

Burmese man kills ex-wife, self

Lovemaking turned to murder and suicide after a Burmese man killed his ex-wife and hung himself at an apartment building in Banglamung. ...

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1,032-rai land plot in EEC for aviation area set as‘free trade zone’

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Tuesday (Aug 9) said the cabinet approved the Airport City project that will be implemented in the Eastern Economic...

All-out efforts done to protect Bangkok from flooding

The director-general of the Royal Irrigation Department has ordered subordinates to collaboratively manage their pump stations connected to the drainage system of Bangkok to...

Tropical Storm Mulan to affect Thailand’s North, Northeast and Central Plains Aug 11-13

The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation warns of possible flooding in 29 provinces in the North, the Northeast and the Central Plains including...

BOT votes 6 to 1 shifting policy rate up by 0.25%

The Bank of Thailand’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted 6 to 1 to raise its policy rate by 0.25% and it is the first...

Daily minimum wage hike could begin in Phuket, Bangkok and EEC region

The Ministry of Labor is pushing a proposal to raise the daily minimum wage by 5-8% in October, as opposed to early next year...