Friday Feb 28
American DJ dies in Phuket
PHUKET: Josh Ezelle, an American expat disc jockey, was killed in a motorbike accident in tambon Srisoonthorn in Thalang district on Friday morning.
Poll: Anand preferred 'neutral' PM
Former two-time prime minister Anand Panyarachun received the most support for the job of prime minister if a neutral person is needed to bring the country out of political crisis, in an opinion survey conducted by the National Institute of Development Administration, or NIDA Poll.
Bangkok Protests Splitting Thai Families
As protests in Bangkok continue, the growing political polarization in Thailand is splitting families throughout the country.
Can history textbooks make peace?
Educationalists and historians have been meeting across borders to attempt the seemingly impossible - a common history textbook for South East Asia.
Up close and personal with a superhero
When politician Chadchart Sittipunt headed out on an early morning trip to a Surin temple last month, he had little idea that this simple and mundane act would turn him into the "mightiest minister on the Earth".
Phuket Police pounce on booze ban violator
PHUKET: Police discovered one shop in Phuket Town illegally selling alcohol during the celebration of Makha Bucha Day.
Phangnga port overhauls due
The Marine Department said on Friday it planned to launch a major overhaul of two major ports which are the main gateways to the famous Similan and Surin islands' marine national parks in Phangnga province.