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MOPH ask public not to worry over rumored bird flu case...

BANGKOK, 21 September 2013 The Ministry of Public Health asserts that the rumor alleging a Thai person has contracted H5N1 avian influenza was untrue. ...

Ministry of Public Health to set up Clearing House

Bangkok, 3 May 2013,Minister of Public Health Dr. Pradit Sintawanarong on Thursday told the media about the establishing of a national Clearing House to...

People advised to refrain from touching birds, whether dead or alive

BANGKOK, 23 April 2013  The Ministry of Public Health is advising the public to refrain from touching all kinds of birds, whether dead...

Deadly refugee camp blaze leads to transfer of top Khun Yuam...

BANGKOK, March 26 - Khun Yuam police superintendent was transferred from his post on Tuesday for failing to immediately reach the refugee camp...

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YWCA provides vision testing and eyeglasses to Pattaya school children

PATTAYA, Thailand - Eighty students at Wat Suthawat School in Nongprue, East Pattaya, underwent vision testing as part of the YWCA Vision Protection Project,...

Kuwaiti arrested for violent assault on compatriot in South Pattaya

PATTAYA, Thailand – Pattaya police swiftly responded to a violent incident involving foreign nationals in Soi Yensabai, South Pattaya that was captured on video...

Pattaya makes significant progress in public land reclamation efforts

PATTAYA, Thailand - Pattaya City's efforts to reclaim public land on Phothisarn Soi 6 are making significant headway, marking a decisive move after years...

Brave student rescues injured driver after highway accident in Sattahip

PATTAYA, Thailand - A high school student rushed to the aid of a severely injured woman after her sidecar veered off Highway 332 and...

Entrepreneurs in Thailand warn of business closures over 400 baht wage hike

PATTAYA, Thailand - Chonburi entrepreneurs unanimously oppose the policy to increase the minimum wage nationwide to 400 baht, predicting a wave of business closures...