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Two Phatthalung districts still critically flooded

PHATTHALUNG, Jan 1 -- Two districts in the southern province of Phatthalung remain critically impacted by flooding as they are the lower areas...

Deputy interior minister visits flood-stricken Thai South

BANGKOK, Dec 27 -  Deputy Interior Minister Pol Lt-Gen Chat Kuldilok, accompanied by senior officials of the disaster prevention and mitigation department, is...

Train derails in Phatthalung; passengers slightly injured

PHATTHALUNG, Aug 23 - Eight carriages on a southern train derailed in Phatthalung this morning, with many passengers slightly injured. State Railway of Thailand...

DDPM to help provinces hit hard by shortage of rainfall

BANGKOK, 22 August 2012  – The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) is set to speedily extend help to those hit hard...

Thai taekwondo bronze medalist returns home to hero’s welcome

SONGKHLA, Aug 21 -- Hundreds of Thais turned out at Songkhla's Hat Yai airport this morning to welcome Chanatip Sonkham, a bronze medalist...

Authorities raid Trang prison; detain, move riot leaders to separate prisons

TRANG, Feb 7 – Trang provincial prison authorities raided inmates’ dormitories on Tuesday, detaining and separating some 100 riot leaders, and moving them to...

New round of flood hits Nakhon Si Thammarat

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT, Jan 15 – A new round oof floods triggered by incessant heavy rain hit some areas of the southern province of...

Canalside homes flooded in Songkhla

SONGKHLA, Jan 13 – Up to a hundred households along a canal in Songkhla’s Hat Yai district have been inundated by a second round...

Rubber protest on hold; compromise expected next week

Rubber protest on hold; compromise expected next week SONGKHLA, Jan 10 – Falling rubber prices annd rising anger on the part of Thai rubber...

Residents in 8 southern provinces warned of flash floods, landslides

BANGKOK, Jan 5 - Residents in eight southern Thai provinces are warned of forest runoff and possible flash floods and landslides triggered by continued...

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Walking Street cable-burying to begin Feb. 1

Work to bury overhead power and communications lines on Walking Street will begin Feb. 1. Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome said Jan. 27 that the 22-kilovolt electrical...

Pattaya’s bad air hits red zone

Pattaya’s air quality reached hazardous levels Monday, crossing 200 on the Air Quality Index as weather conditions parked a cloud of smog over a...