Stories By Arglit Boonyai
102 Oct 2015 Fri
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has given vendors just 15 days to vacate, saying they have caused water management issues for the whole of Bangkok.
218 Sep 2015 Fri
Thailand's Ministry of Tourism and Sports originally estimated that it would see a loss of 1.33 million foreign tourists and US$149 million.
304 Sep 2015 Fri
After months of back and forth the National Council for Reconciliation is set to vote on whether to accept a draft on Thailand’s 20th constitution.
424 Aug 2015 Mon
Prayers, messages of support and religious services have been held throughout the week to pay respects to those who lost their lives in the deadly blast.
522 Aug 2015 Sat
A Swiss national, who attempted to sell stolen data linked to the 1MDB case, was jailed in Thailand for blackmailing his former employer.
622 Aug 2015 Sat
The Thai government will discuss a campaign for the public to donate drinking water to drought-affected areas at its cabinet meeting on Tuesday (Jul 21).
722 Aug 2015 Sat
Thai police turn down Malaysia's request for information on Swiss national Xavier Andre Justo, who is accused of being part of a network that leaked information on state investment fund 1MDB.
822 Aug 2015 Sat
The Thai government is urging rice farmers to delay planting their crops due to a prolonged drought, but many are worried the move could jeopardise their own harvest and land them in debt.
922 Aug 2015 Sat
The International Organization for Migration and Microsoft join hands to combat human trafficking by engaging Internet users in an online donation programme.
1022 Aug 2015 Sat
Countries affected by the Asian migrant crisis issue have agreed to establish an anti-trafficking task force, but the Rohingya migrants still face an uncertain future.