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Flood hits two districts of Satun

SATUN, Dec 2— Forest runoff flooded houses in Khuan Don district and the provincial seat of this southern province on Sunday, affecting residents particularly...

City inspects Gaemi flood damage

Pattaya Social Welfare Department inspectors toured areas affected by tropical depression Gaemi, promising financial aid to families whose homes were damaged. ...

Campaign to reduce Thais’ salt consumption by half

BANGKOK, Oct 16 – Salty foods have wreaked havoc on the health of Thai people who are increasingly at risk of chronic diseases including...

PM chairs nationwide flood meeting of governors

BANGKOK, Oct 11 - Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Thursday chaired a meeting of governors nationwide to follow up and resolve the...

In like a lion, out like a lamb

The leading edge of Tropical Storm Gaemi packed a major punch, causing floods throughout Pattaya.  Here, a tourist tries to evacuate his motorcycle from...

Culture Minister tours Banglamung flood area

Culture Minister Sukumol Kunplome toured Banglamung neighborhoods affected by the latest bout of flooding, promising pumps and flood barriers. ...

Flooding stabilises in Kanchanaburi

KANCHANABURI, Oct 10 – Flooding in the western province of Kanchanaburi remains stable and many roads are still under water, impassable for small...

Multiple urban, life challenges distress Bangkokians

BANGKOK, Oct 9 – Immediate problems including exorbitant commodity prices, higher cost of living, floods and traffic congestion have put Bangkokians under severe strain,...

Runoff from border mountains floods Kanchanaburi

KANCHANABURI, Oct 9 – Thailand’s western province of Kanchanaburi was hit by flashflood due to forest runoff and water that flow from nearby...

No flood problem in Bangkok

BANGKOK, Oct 8 - Bangkok’s 50 districts are under the influence of low pressure weather system cell with Gaemi-induced mild downpours all day,...

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Over 300 commercial airplanes grounded at Thailand’s airports

BANGKOK - Over 300 commercial airplanes have been grounded at two major airports of Thailand, Don Mueang and Suvarnabhumi, due to novel coronavirus outbreak. ...

New WHO Guide to help countries expand access to essential medicines

30 March 2020 - WHO’s   new user guide for countries, ‘Selection of medicines at country level’, is based on the WHO Model List of...

WHO guidelines on essential health services during COVID-19 pandemic

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Bangkok Airways suspends all domestic flights April 7-30

Bangkok, 31 March, 2020, at 17.00 Hrs. – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to inform foreign and Thai travelers that all...