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Dinosaur fossils found in Phitsanulok

PHITSANULOK - A group of students of Naresuan University have found fossils in Phitsanulok province. Geologists have been invited to study the petrified remains. The...

Phitsanulok celebrates Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat anniversary

PHITSANULOK - Phitsanulok province is celebrating the 660th anniversary of its much-revered temple, Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat. The celebrations began with a procession of...

Experts urge calm after meteorite fell in Phitsanulok

BANGKOK – The National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT) has indicated that the recent falling of a meteorite in Phitsanulok province was nothing...

NARIT says mysterious object is meteoroid

The National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT) says a mysterious object that fell and pierced through the roof tiles of a house in...

PM arrives in Chiang Mai

CHIANG MAI, 29 June 2015 (NNT) - Prime Minister Prayut Chan-Ocha is in Chiang Mai to chair the mobile cabinet meeting in Chiang Mai...

Forest runoff inundates Phitsanulok’s Wang Thong district

PHITSANULOK, Sept 30 -- Forest runoff from the Phetchabun mountains has inundated Phitsanulok's Wang Thong district while Prachin Buri remains critical as many government...

Thai celebrants out in full force for New Year

BANGKOK, Dec 29 – Leading tourist attractions nationwide are mostly booked, filled with New Year's celebrants, while many people are leaving the capital...

Vegetarian festival boosts income for foodsellers nationwide

PHITSANULOK, Oct 16 – The 10-day vegetarian festival nationwide is attracting Thai Buddhists and many of Chinese descent to participate in the festivities,...

Phitsanulok’s Bang Rakam still in critical floodstage

PHITSANULOK, Sept 26 -- Five subdistricts in Phitsanulok's Bang Rakam district are still battling Yom River floodwaters two metres above its river bank...

Water Management Office Chief warns of heavy flood in Bangkok until...

BANGKOK, 26 September 2012  – The water management office has warned residents of Bangkok to brace for more heavy rain, at least until...

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Pattaya cuddles up for cold beer at eventful bars in festive season towards year’s...

Evenings that were used to be quiet and dull became livelier in November. Beer bars in Pattaya and Jomtien areas are now organizing special...

Bangkok electric boats connect subways, trains, Chao Phraya Express in service

A test run of electric boats were conducted on Padung Krungkasem canal on Monday before its full operation for public service, scheduled this Friday. Bangkok...

Rallies in Thailand have no effects to domestic and international investment

Ongoing anti-government demonstrations have not affected investment in the country because the government is coping well with them, said Deputy Prime Minister and Energy...

Protection escalated for migrants entering and leaving camps at Thai-Cambodian border

Tak governor ordered strict control at border camps after an illegal migrant entered the Umpiem camp with Covid-19. Provincial governor, Pongrat Piromrat ordered administrative officials...

Thai PM drives co-pay, shop-payback tax rebate further, meets US entrepreneurs

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha advised people to monitor news releases from the government closely because it would introduce many more economic stimulus measures for...