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Schools in far South reopen amid tight security

NARATHIWAT, May 14 – Fifty per cent of all 379 schools in the southern border province of Narathiwat opened for the new semester on...

Two Phatthalung districts still critically flooded

PHATTHALUNG, Jan 1 -- Two districts in the southern province of Phatthalung remain critically impacted by flooding as they are the lower areas...

4th Army Region Commander asserts soldiers work 24/7 for teachers security

BANGKOK, Dec 17 -- Fourth Army Region Commander Lt-Gen Udomchai Thamsarorach said today that the government’s security agencies have mobilised forces to provide...

Army chief: Ending southern crisis ‘an uphill task’

YALA, Nov 14 – Thailand’s army chief today claimed improvements have been made in the southern security situation, but made no promise for an...

Religious teacher shot to death in Pattani

PATTANI, Oct 30 - A Muslim religious teacher was shot dead in this southern border province. The victim, Mahama Ma-ae,...

This Friday is happy day for vendors

YALA, Oct 19 - There are many different ways to boost shopkeepers' worsening morale when they decide to close their shops en masse...

Paramilitary ranger volunteer wounded in Yala bomb attack

YALA, Oct 17  -- A group of eight paramilitary rangers volunteers on foot patrol in Yala was hit by roadside bomb ambush in...

Campaign for children’s safety-zone in far South

YALA, Oct 15 - A group of peace advocates have launched a campaign in Yala municipality urging the Thai authorities to designate a safety...

More shops open for Friday trade in Thailand’s deep South

SONGKHLA, Oct 12 - More shops in Thailand’s restive southern border region have opened for business than on the previous two Fridays as...

Yuthasak rules out designating Friday as holiday

BANGKOK, Oct 9 -- Deputy Prime Minister Yuthasak Sasiprapa said Tuesday that it is not possible to designate Friday as holiday but said...

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Pattaya cuddles up for cold beer at eventful bars in festive season towards year’s...

Evenings that were used to be quiet and dull became livelier in November. Beer bars in Pattaya and Jomtien areas are now organizing special...

Bangkok electric boats connect subways, trains, Chao Phraya Express in service

A test run of electric boats were conducted on Padung Krungkasem canal on Monday before its full operation for public service, scheduled this Friday. Bangkok...

Rallies in Thailand have no effects to domestic and international investment

Ongoing anti-government demonstrations have not affected investment in the country because the government is coping well with them, said Deputy Prime Minister and Energy...

Protection escalated for migrants entering and leaving camps at Thai-Cambodian border

Tak governor ordered strict control at border camps after an illegal migrant entered the Umpiem camp with Covid-19. Provincial governor, Pongrat Piromrat ordered administrative officials...

Thai PM drives co-pay, shop-payback tax rebate further, meets US entrepreneurs

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha advised people to monitor news releases from the government closely because it would introduce many more economic stimulus measures for...