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Civic groups threaten to sue Industry Minister Suriya for reneging on farm chemical ban

A network of 686 civic groups, which support the ban on paraquat, glyphosate and chlorpyrifos, has threatened to file charges against Industry Minister Suriya...

Three charges to be filed against Ms. Pareena today by Royal Forest Department

The Royal Forest Department will file three charges today against Palang Pracharat MP for Ratchaburi, Ms. Pareena Kraikupt, for alleged encroachment on 7.376 hectares...

Dr. Somkid insists Thai economy remains good but growing slowly

The Thai economy is not bad, just slowing down, said Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak today as he urged the private sector to join...

“Still angry”: Hong Kong protesters return to streets

Thousands of pro-democracy protesters return to the streets of Hong Kong for a mass rally on Sunday. HONG KONG (AFP) — Police fired tear gas...

Majority of Thais agree with conscription – Super Poll

81.9% of respondents to a Super Poll agree that there is no better alternative to conscription when ensuring national security and that assistance is...

Cold front to hit N and NE with temperatures expected to dip 5-10oC this week

Temperatures in Thailand’s north and north-eastern provinces are forecast to fall 5-10oC between November 3rd and 7th, with frost on some of the mountain...

Mekong River waters turn aquamarine in Nakhon Phanom province

The mighty Mekong River has reached a critical point, with the normally brown water turning aquamarine, like sea water, and many sandbars have emerged,...

Climate protests kick off in smoke-covered Sydney

Protesters in smoke-covered Sydney kicked off a fresh round of global protests against climate change on Friday, with activists and schoolchildren picketing the headquarters...

The second Thai-Myanmar Friendship Bridge to boost border trade

The recently-opened second Thai-Myanmar Friendship Bridge is set to increase the Thai exports via Mae Sot checkpoint in Tak province next year to reach...

Philip Morris (Thailand) fined 1.22 billion baht for customs tariff evasion

Philip Morris (Thailand) Ltd. was today fined 1.22 billion baht by the Thai Criminal Court after the cigarette importer was found guilty of customs...

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