Surin, Thailand Newswire

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  1. Nearly 400,000 migrant workers register in ThailandRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Pattaya Mail

    Nearly 400,000 migrant workers have so far been registered at One Stop Service centres nationwide, most of whom were Cambodians, according to the Thai Ministry of Labour.


  2. 1,500 Thais begin move from LibyaRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    The evacuation of around 1,500 Thais from Libya was set to get underway yesterday after the Foreign Ministry opened its operational centre to get them home.


  3. Island's beach bars, restaurants evictedRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago |

    Scores of beach restaurants, including several beach clubs, are disappearing. For years these establishments have served authentic local cuisine, to those who wanted to eat while feeling the soft sand run through their toes.


  4. Kyocera Celebrates Tailand Solar Farm CompletionRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Domestic Fuel

    In this Ethanol Report, RFA Senior Vice President Geoff Cooper gives some of the major findings of a new report that shows ethanol is the world's lowest cost motor fuel and octane source.


  5. SPCG and KYOCERA Complete 35 Utility-Scale Solar Farms in Thailand, Totaling 257 MegawattsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Business Wire

    SPCG Public Company Limited and Kyocera Corporation today announced the full operational launch of one of Southeast Asia's largest solar power projects.


  6. Govt chief's hi-low game bustedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Bangkok Post

    Surasak Sinprakhon, chief of the Tambon Thung Mon Admistration Organisation, third left, is arrested with four other gamblers by soldiers on Monday on hosting the hi-low dice game in Muang district of Surin.


  7. Yingluck, former ministers face fresh allegationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Bangkok Post

    Former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra and eight other politicians and police are being accused of abusing authority by taking trips around the country before February's later-nullified election, an Election Commission source said.


  8. Home Product CenterRead the original story

    Sunday | The Nation

    Home Product Center Plc Event - Despite the coup and restricted shop hours due to the curfew, we expect HMPRO to report good sales growth from both store expansion and solid SSS growth.


  9. Minimal pledged rice missing in NERead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 26 | Bangkok Post

    The Nakhon Ratchasima-based 2nd Army has completed the inspection of rice under the previous government's rice-pledging scheme at 297 warehouses in 14 northeastern provinces, according to Col Chinkaj Rattanachit.


  10. Free-to-air viewing uptake 'good news for advertisers, broadcasters'Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 22 | The Nation

    Since the launch of digital terrestrial-TV broadcasting service in May, media investment firm Mindshare has witnessed a sharp increase in the viewing of free-to-air analogue and digital channels, which provides opportunities for both advertisers and new broadcasters.


  11. Thai Authorities Hamper Food Deliveries to Burmese Refugee CampRead the original story

    Monday Jul 21 | The Irrawaddy Newsmagazine

    A truck carrying humanitarian aid from Channel 3 Thai television is temporarily blocked by the Thai military from entering Ban Mae Surin refugee camp in Mae Hong Son Province on Sunday.


  12. PHOTOBLOG: The challenges of everyday life for refugee women and ...Read the original story

    Monday Jul 21 | AlertNet

    MAE HONG SON, Thailand The sign says "temporary shelter area" but Baan Mai Naisoi camp has been around for almost two decades.


  13. Expat Tales: Saving straysRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 20 |

    My partner and I moved to Phuket, Thailand at the end of 2006. We loved Thailand and wanted a change of lifestyle with great weather, food, people and beaches.


  14. PEA Encom allots B32bn for projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 14 | Bangkok Post

    Surin: PEA Encom International, wholly owned by the Provincial Electricity Authority , has set a five-year capital expenditure budget of 32 billion baht until 2018, mostly for renewable energy projects.


  15. Thai junta's pledge to send back Myanmar refugees sparks concernRead the original story

    Monday Jul 14 | AlertNet

    Survivors build a new temporary shelter in the fire-gutted Ban Mae Surin refugee camp near Mae Hong Son, Thailand, March 24, 2013.


  16. Thai Buddhists make merit on Asalha Puja DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 12 | Pattaya Mail

    Thai Buddhists nationwide are making merit today, Asalha Puja Day, Friday, the full moon of the eighth lunar month, to celebrate the Lord Buddha's first sermon to his five former companions the doctrine that had come to him following his enlightenment.


  17. Happy Birthday HRH Princess Chulabhorn WalailakRead the original story

    Friday Jul 4 | Pattaya Mail

    Born on July 4, 1957, Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn Walailak is the youngest daughter of Their Majesties King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great and Queen Sirikit of Thailand.


  18. SPCG taps Land of the Rising SunRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 11 | Bangkok Post

    Surin: SPCG Plc, the sole listed solar farm supplier and operator, has reached an agreement with Japan's leading solar panel manufacturer Kyocera Corporation to jointly invest in solar rooftop business there.


  19. Chinese Taipei Wins 2014 World Amateur Go ChampionshipRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 9 | AGA News

    Chinese Taipei's Yitien Chan won the 2014 World Amateur Go Championship on July 9, narrowly edging out Korea's Taewoong Wei and Ruoran Wang of China.


  20. Surin moves on road accident prevention project at local levelRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 8 | Pattaya Mail

    Surin's Governor said horrific road accidents are the main reason for a higher rate of death and injury in the community, compared to other causes.