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A mining company has denied using toxic metals that residents living near its operations in Phichit believe may have poisoned them.
HIS MAJESTY the King has graciously extended assistance to a 12-year-old girl who has been left to fend for herself over the past several years.
Licensed tour guides in Chiang Mai province on Thursday petitioned the military regime to clamp down on illegal guides from China, saying they are stealing their jobs and their livelihood.
He far exceeded that, becoming the top Army commander a few years ago and is now set to be installed as the next prime minister.
Two Turkish nationals were arrested on Thursday after using fake credit cards to withdraw cash from two banks in the northeastern province.
In the southern tip of Thailand, where outbreaks of violence have finally begun to decrease, Narathiwat city, located in the eponymous province, remains a nice, lovely border town.
National Council for Peace and Order Chairman Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha talks to members of the National Legislative Assembly at the Parliament in Bangkok, Thailand Monday.
The Meteorological Department has warned residents living in Thailand's northern and northeastern regions to brace for heavy rains on August 20-21.
Airports of Thailand Plc Event: We attended AOT 's analyst meeting yesterday, chaired by the CEO, Khun Makin Petplai, and the CFO, Khun Poolsiri Virojanapa.
Forbes Travel Guide, formerly Mobil, created America's original hospitality Star Rating system in 1958.
A Thai Lion Air flight was forced to return to Hat Yai airport for an emergency landing on Wednesday after a co-pilot lost consciousness 20 minutes after take-off and later died.
Learning > Learning From News Another day, another crackdown. Yesterday it was illegally parked vehicles; this time it is motorcycle street racers.
Travelling by private jet is no longer the exclusive preserve of billionaires, celebrities and other VIPs, accessible now to everyone in Thailand as some of the fares beat those of budget airlines.
About 100 activists Tuesday began a 1,400-kilometre march from the southern province of Songkhla to Bangkok to demand a moratorium on coal-fired power plants and other public-focused energy reforms.
An anti-government protester 'Red Shirt' throws a Molotov cocktail toward Thai security forces as the violence in central Bangkok continues on May 16, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand.
The 2015 budget should be allocated to existing funds at the grassroots level such as village funds so people can continue to benefit while the multiplier effect can help stimulate the economy, according to the Pheu Thai and Democrat parties.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 05:14 am
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