Stories By Arglit Boonyai
130 Jul 2015 Thu
Fiery former secretary-general of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) and former deputy prime minister Suthep Thaugsuban has ended his year-long monkhood amid concerns that political tensions could rise following his return.
224 Jul 2015 Fri
A newly passed law in Thailand will give police the authority to arrest illegal street racers and illegal nightspots that sell alcohol to minors.
323 Jul 2015 Thu
A report released by the National Reform Commitee claimed that the Thai capital could be submerged within 20 years if action is not taken.
420 Jul 2015 Mon
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).
517 Jul 2015 Fri
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.
615 Jul 2015 Wed
Residents of Thailand’s central province Pathum Thani province were cut off from clean tap water earlier this week as the country continues to face a crippling drought. Provincial officials quickly solved the problem but local communities are still suffering.
703 Jul 2015 Fri
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.
826 Jun 2015 Fri
EU officials have inspected Thailand's fishing fleet, just days before all vessels in the country are required to have tracking systems
923 Jun 2015 Tue
The International Organization for Migration and Microsoft join hands to combat human trafficking by engaging Internet users in an online donation programme.
1019 Jun 2015 Fri
The Thai government says that a mass MERS outbreak is not yet a real concern, and doctors in the country agree that there is no reason for the public to panic.