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PM calls for study on plan to increase pension for elderly

BANGKOK, 23 May 2017  – Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered for a feasibility study on a plan to raise the pension for elderly...

Labor Minister warns employers not to include welfare benefits in 300...

BANGKOK, 27 February 2012 -The Central Wage Committee is set to review its minimum wage proposal for jobs that are allowed to be...

Royal aid project donates to disabled flood victims

The Royal Aid Project presented relief bags to disabled flood victims at the Redemptorist center which is part of Father Ray’s on the 15th...

Israel offers Thais job opportunities

BANGKOK, 7 October 2011  – Israel has planned to recruit 6,000 Thai people in the agricultural sector next year. According to...

5.5 million workers entitled to Bt300/day minimum wage

BANGKOK, Sept 6 - Some 5.5 million people working in factories, trade and services sectors are entitled to receive the government's minimum wage of...

Special report: The 9th United Way Asia-Pacific Regional Conference

The National Council on Social Welfare has renamed the Community Chest of Thailand, a budget for welfare programs, as the United Way of...

City comes to aid of 83-year-old who fell from tree

  City officials paid a house call to an 83-year-old woman who fell from a tree and has been unable to go to the...

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Cabinet orders all agencies to expedite disbursement of budgets and investment funds

The Cabinet has directed all agencies to expedite the disbursement of budgets and investment funds. According to Karom Phonphonklang, Deputy Government Spokesperson, Prime Minister Srettha...

Thailand-India discuss megaproject investment and alternative medicine

Thailand’s Minister of Foreign Affairs has visited India, where officials from both countries held a joint commission meeting on bilateral cooperation. Both sides took...

Thailand launches first health care center for monks in Uthai Thani

The Ministry of Public Health, the Ministry of Interior, and the Prime Minister’s Office have collaborated to open Thailand's first health care center for...

Foraging and hunting activities by humans – primary causes of wildfires, says DNP

The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) has issued strict instructions to monitor for wildfires in three large forest areas, covering...

Peace talks with insurgents won’t fail, says Thai PM

During his ongoing visit to the southern border provinces, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin confirms peace talks between the government and a major insurgent group...