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PM: Time to End Reliance on King in Times of Difficulty

Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva speaking to the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand (FCCT) stated; the nation would be better suited if it s...

 

New Multi-Billion Baht Science City in Chon-Buri

Thailand’s government has released plans detailing the constructing of a multi-million dollar “science city,” announced the Minister of Science and Te...

 

Forestry Dept: Surayud Must Return Khao Yai Land

Privy Councillor Surayud Chulanont must return national forest lands to the government, the Royal Forest Department has ruled.

 

Pattaya’s Chinese New Year Celebrations Announced

Pattaya City Hall officials and representatives from event organisers held a meeting on Wednesday to discuss and finalise preparations for this years ...

 

MOU Signed for Waste-to-Energy Incinerator in Pattaya

On Wednesday, Pattaya City Mayor Ittiphol Khunpluem officially signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) between Pattaya City council and the governm...

 

Pattaya Motorbike Thieves Caught Red-Handed

Four Thai men have been caught red-handed, in possession of three stolen Kawasaki motorbikes at a shop in South Pattaya.

 

Body Found Buried in Shallow Grave Near Pattaya

The body of an unidentified Thai man has been found buried in a shallow grave at Khao Mai Kaew, near Pattaya, in an area of dense bushland.

 

Ex-Governor of TAT Indicted in US on Corruption Charges

A former Thai tourism official and her daughter have been indicted for conspiracy and eight other counts. If convicted, the pair will face up to 20 ye...

 

Thai Nationals Indicted in California for Ivory Smuggling

Two Thai nationals have been indicted in California on Tuesday after being accused of conspiring to smuggle ivory from endangered African elephant in ...

 

Red Shirts Pledge Not to Seize Suvarnabhumi Airport

Thailand's anti-government United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) on Wednesday gave assurances that the group had no plan to seize the ...

 

Fibre Optic Network Announced by Pattaya City Mayor

A Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) has been signed on Tuesday between Pattaya City Mayor Ittiphol Khunpluem and the CAT telecom president at Pattaya ...

 

Deputy PM: Protest Will Not Affect Airport Operations

Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban on Wednesday said he would not allow the Red Shirt protesters to close Suvarnabhumi Airport, while ruling out ...

 

Thousands of Fish Dead in Naklua Canal

Thousands of dead Sucker fish in Naklua Canal worries local villagers of pollution as they float into the direction of the ocean.

 

Drug Mules Arrested with Huge Haul of Class-1 Substance

An investigative police taskforce setup to deal with escalating drug problem in the Sattahip area has led to the arrest of two dealers and a substanti...

 

Pattaya Features On New York Television

A recent visit to Pattaya City Hall by American Mr. Joe Boonchan from “The Bronx Corporation TV Network,” has finalized arrangements for shooting a se...

 

Phayathai Hospital: Upgrading & Expanding

The Phayathai is the biggest hospital in Sriracha, and they have almost toatally completed the renovation works on the old building. In addition to th...

 

Red Shirts: Suvarnabhumi Airport Protest Considered

The Red Shirt anti-government United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) announced Tuesday it is considering a protest at the entrance of S...

 

Pattaya Protest: Developers Closing Local Business

A small crowd of protester gathered at Sai Ngarm Beach to protest against the councils plans to demolish the locally run “shed” restaurants that have ...

 

PM confident Map Ta Phut problem to ease within 6 months

BANGKOK, Jan 19 (TNA) – Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva on Monday expressed confidence the Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate environmental regulations pr...

 

Cabinet approves US$100,000 donation, 20,000 tonnes of rice to help quake victims in Haiti

BANGKOK, Jan 19 (TNA) - Thailand's Cabinet on Tuesday gave a greenlight to give US$100,000 to quake-hit Haiti, and will also send 20,000 tonnes of ric...