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Activities held to raise public awareness on World Anti-Drug Day

SAMUT PRAKAN – Provinces across the nation are engaging in activities to mark the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking today. Youth and...

BMA does not want to operate northern Green Line of the...

Bangkok Metropolitan Administration does not want to operate the northern Green Line from Soi Baring to Samut Prakan of the BTS skytrain because it...

Samut Prakan to stringently punish drunk drivers and speeders

SAMUT PRAKAN – Samut Prakan officials have resolved to strictly punish drunk drivers and speeders threatening other motorists during Songkran.  ...

Anti-drug operations in Samut Prakan

SAMUT PRAKAN – The Office of the Narcotics Control Board (ONCB) recently paid an inspection visit to Samut Prakan to follow up on anti-drug...

Seaside provinces continue to monitor human trafficking in fisheries

BANGKOK-Authorities in seaside provinces continue to inspect fishing vessels and monitor their operations rigorously in a bid to prevent illegal fishing and human trafficking. ...

PM visits Praekkasa dump site after flames subside

SAMUT PRAKAN, 24 March 2014  Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has inspected the landfill in Samut Prakan province which caught on fire last week in...

PM orders speedy assistance for smoke-affected residents of Samut Prakan

BANGKOK, 18 March 2014  Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has voiced her concerns over the blaze at a dump site in Samut Prakan province while...

11 dead, 15 injured in Samut Prakan construction accident

SAMUT PRAKAN, Feb 26 - At least 11 workers were killed and 15 injured in an accident at a hospital construction site in this...

Hospital’s concrete post collapse kills 11

SAMUT PRAKAN, 25 February 2014 The under-construction walkway of the Ramathibodi Hospital in Samut Prakan province collapsed on Tuesday, killing 11 people and wounding...

Eight workers killed in Samut Prakarn concrete collapse

SAMUT PRAKAN, Feb 25 - Eight workers have been killed, with at least two others stuck in debris when the concrete beam connecting two...

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