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Flood slightly drops in Pathum Thani after opening of sluice gates...

BANGKOK, Nov 20 – Floodwaters in Pathum Thani, adjacent to the capital of Bangkok have dropped slightly after authorities agreed to widen three sluice...

Pattaya Mail gives you a first-hand look at Suvarnabhumi Airport and...

Actual site visit on November 12, 2011 Despite perceptions abroad to the contrary, Thailand’s main international airport is open for business and both the...

Suvarnabhumi Airport confident of its flooding prevention system

Suvarnabhumi Airport is confident of its Flooding Prevention System and is constantly monitoring the water levels. Mr Somchai Sawasdeepon, Senior Executive...

No need for wellies in Pattaya

With all the “news” channels concentrating on a wet Bangkok, and the styling of the PM’s wellington boots, the businesses in Pattaya are getting...

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Pattaya police on watch for curfew-breakers

Pattaya police and volunteers were out in force looking for those not respecting a national curfew called to arrest the spread of the coronavirus. ...

Thai returnees from overseas bused to Sattahip Naval Base quarantine

Nearly 300 Thais returning from overseas are now being held in a navy quarantine facility after more than half fled the airport to evade...

Pattaya amulet merchants donate food to financially strapped unemployed

A group of Pattaya business people have donated food to people who are out of work due to the economic slowdown caused by coronavirus. ...

Thailand’s KhonKaen implements strict measures to prevent coronavirus outbreak

BANGKOK - The provinces have implemented intensive measures to prevent the Covid-19 outbreak spreading. They include spraying disinfectant, closing places where people gather and...

Runaway 152 Thai returnees report for state quarantine after serious hunt

BANGKOK (NNT) - 152 Thais who arrived at Suvarnabhumi airport on Friday (April 3rd) and violated the emergency decree regulations by refusing to enter...