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Pong residents given free health, eye checks

Pong Sub-district residents were given free checkups and eye exams through a government-sponsored outreach effort. Doctors and nurses from the...

Running red light results in 1 dead, 3 injured

One person was killed and three injured when two pickup trucks collided in Najomtien. Pong Daoyan, 48, was crushed inside the passenger seat...

Queen Sirikit Hospital launches tai-chi classes

Queen Sirikit Hospital has launched tai-chi classes for employees to encourage them to live healthier and exercise more. Rear...

Queen Sirikit Hospital observes Mahidol Day

Queen Sirikit Hospital commemorated the “Father of modern medicine in Thailand” with a HRH Prince Mahidol Day celebration in Sattahip. ...

Songkran turns violent in Sattahip

Songkran revelry turned to violence in Sattahip when a 68-year-old disabled man assaulted his drunken wife for smashing her 12-year-old grandson’s head into...

2 Burmese fishermen die, 6 injured after eating pufferfish

Two Burmese fishermen died and six others narrowly escaped death after eating poisonous pufferfish aboard their boat near Prachuab Kirikhan. “Dum,”...

Walking Street restaurant owner and her BMW attacked by 3 men

Armed Sattahip men assaulted the female owner of a Walking Street restaurant and destroyed her BMW after four male friends abandoned her in...

Elderly residents given free health checkups

About 200 elderly Pattaya residents were given free checkups June 14 as part of a joint health-maintenance program with Queen Sirikit Hospital in...

Hospital officials to investigate death of Sattahip dog-bite victim

Family claims ER gave short shrift to man who kicked dog before attack Officials at Queen Sirikit Hospital will set up a committee...

3 killed, 30 injured as bus slams into truck in Huay...

Three people were killed and another 30 injured when a charter bus smashed into the back of a tractor-trailer in Huay Yai Friday. ...

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Unemployed Pattaya hotel workers wait desperately for aid

Pattaya’s hotels were left crestfallen after a much-anticipated meeting between tourism industry associations and local government officials ended with no word of economic aid. ...

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Chiang Mai - In Chiang Mai, COVID-19 hasn’t stopped the beauty of nature coming into bloom, especially at Khun Chang Khian on Doi Pui...

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Bangkok - This week a blanket of PM2.5 dust particles is expected to cover most parts of the Northern region and Bangkok, as the...

Thai military sets up 10 field hospitals nationwide to treat COVID-19 patients

Bangkok  - The Prime Minister has thanked all sectors for their cooperation in the government’s COVID-19 response, praising private firms that have allowed health...