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Dusit Zoo hosing down wildlife to cool animals in heat

BANGKOK, April 27-- Amid the the Thai capital’s current extreme hot weather, the country’s oldest zoo, the Dusit Zoo, also known as Khao...

Two northern provinces declared disaster zones from drought

CHIANG RAI, Feb 23 – Two northern provinces of Chiang Rai and Uttaradit have been declared disaster zones affected by drought, as locals...

PM starts upcountry tour of flood-affected provinces

BANGKOK, Feb 13 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and a number of cabinet ministers begin a five-day trip to observe rehabilitation and flood...

Government’s water discharges cause Ayutthaya flood: Agriculture Ministry

BANGKOK, Feb 8 – Thailand’s Agriculture and Cooperatives Ministry on Wednesday admitted that the current flood in Sena district of Ayutthaya resulted from...

Sirikit Dam discharges more water ahead of rainy season

UTTARADIT, Jan 29 – Sirikit Dam in Uttaradit province has released more water, aiming to cut retention capacity to less than 50 percent in...

Sirikit Dam lower amount of water released by 10 million cubic...

UTTARADIT, 20 October 2011 -The Public Department in Uttaradit province has been informed that the water being released from the Sirikit dam has been...

Three major dams discharging less water; lower volume relieves flood

UTTARADIT, Oct 17 - The country’s three major dams on Sunday reduced the amount of water being released from their reservoirs to help relieve...

Sirikit Dam confirmed strong, no cracking as rumored

UTTARADIT, 5 October 2011  – The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) has confirmed the strength of Sirikit Dam in Uttaradit province and its...

Ayutthaya braces for flooding in business area; Nakhon Sawan under water

PHRA NAKHON SI AYUTTHAYA, Sept 13 – Thailand’s central province of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya on Tuesday was preparing for flooding likely to hit...

Government urges people to make donations for flood victims

BANGKOK, 12 September 2011 -The Thai government is urging people in the country to make donations to help people affected by floods on Wednesday...

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