Tuesday Dec 10
Capo: Theft, damage at protest sites
Speaking at a press conference, Capo deputy spokesman Pol Col Anucha Romyanan said forensic and explosive ordnance disposal police officers had made preliminary inspections of four police agencies - the Inspector General's Bureau, Office of Internal Audit, Immigration Division 1 and Technology Crime Suppression Division - at Building B, Chaeng ... (more)
Thousands gather for King
Thousands of Thai people have arrived in the seaside town of Hua Hin in Prachuap Khiri Khan to get the opportunity to catch the glimpse of His Majesty the King on his 86th birthday on Dec 5. The Royal Household Bureau announced that a royal audience will be granted at Rajpracha Samakhom Pavilion in Klai Kangwon Palace at 10.30am on a live ... (more)
Trang, Surat Thani reeling from floods
An 80-metre section of a levee by the Trang River in tambon Bang Rak of Trang's Muang district broke on Wednesday, causing flooding in riverside communities in six tambons with water reaching up to 3m in some areas.
Floods, wind lash the South
Floods and forest runoff which lashed Nakhon Si Thammarat have claimed two lives and affected more than 40,000 households.
Floods halt southern trains
More than one thousand passengers were stranded in Nakhon Si Thammarat and Phatthalung as flash floods, triggered by heavy rain, forced the State Railway of Thailand to temporary suspend southern train services since Friday night, reports said.
Schools join civil disobedience
In Nakhon Si Thammarat, some 80 private schools will shut down today as part of the civil disobedience measures to oppose the amnesty bill.