Sep 24, 2013
Nine dead in floods
Floods triggered by heavy rains have claimed at least nine lives in Thailand this month and affected up to 1.5 million people, according to the Disaster Prevention and Relief Department.
Saltworks invests Bt900m for green mining project in Korat
Saltworks is investing Bt900 million in an underground salt-mine project, the first of its kind in Southeast Asia that would not be detrimental to the environment or to the safety and health of nearby residents, the company said yesterday.
Two sites slated for high-speed trains
The Transport Ministry is considering two plots of land owned by the Treasury Department in Nakhon Ratchasima and Nakhon Sawan provinces for development as high-speed train stations and new towns.
Downpour delays Korat festival
Heavy rain overnight and this morning caused flooding in several areas in Nakhon Ratchasima on Tuesday, particularly in the municipality, and a long delay for the annual wax candle procession due to start at 8am.
DSI uncovers vital car tax scam clue
The Department of Special Investigation has recovered the chassis number of another luxury car which caught fire while being transported through Nakhon Ratchasima province on May 29. The discovery of the BMWX6's chassis number will be used by the DSI's criminal analysis unit to track where the car was from and how it was brought into the country.