Thai News Summary List

  • Unexplained entry rejections lead to drop in Thai tourists to South Korea
  • Govt urged to increase import duty on cheap Chinese products
  • Stonehenge monument sprayed orange in UK climate protest
  • Officials arrested for issuing fake farmland titles
  • Korean jumps to his death from Sri Racha condominium
  • Distressed mother alleges sexual assault by painter in Sattahip
  • Warning signs erected after Jomtien Beach drops 1.5 meters into the sea
  • Pattaya resident duped out of 3.2 million baht by call centre gang
  • Thai Enquirer News Summary – June 20, 2024
  • Investigation continues in oil smuggling boat theft at police pier in Sattahip
  • Colombian Suspect Arrested in Bangkok After International Manhunt
  • Pattaya Nong Nooch Garden Welcomes Another New Elephant Calf
  • Na Jomtien Municipality Warns Tourists of Dangerous Slope Due to Beach Erosion
  • Pattaya Police Station Celebrates 40th Anniversary
  • Serial Gas Thief Nabbed in Samut Songkhram: Suspect Confesses to Multiple Thefts Across Three Provinces
  • Black Panther Pair Spotted by Tourists in Phetchaburi’s Kaeng Krachan National Park
  • Park visitor spots two panthers
  • Probe into missing oil-smuggling ships linked to police force
  • Budget will 'jump-start' growth
  • Acid attack couple given prison time
  • Chicago art institute to return Khmer ruin relic
  • Bhutan PM to make visit
  • Heavy rain expected in Bangkok and the eastern region
  • BMA to offer Muay Thai as an elective in schools
  • Eight tourists rescued from rough seas off Phuket
  • Italian Man Arrested on Samui Island for Allegedly Selling Cocaine and Illegally Operating a Motorbike Rental Shop
  • Extended alcohol sales hours ruled out for now
  • Speaker sees party people winning poll
  • Many party-linked Senate candidates tipped to win
  • Japanese firms to invest more as outlook brightens
  • 30-baht scheme expands its network
  • Love Wins Marriage Equality for LGBTQ+ : Thailand Stories by TNA
  • Digital cash handout carries high financial risk, warns opposition
  • Opposition slams govt’s 2025 fiscal budget
  • Flying of drones banned in far South
  • Investigation Continues in Oil Smuggling Boat Theft
  • TAT Welcomes New Flights by SCAT Airlines and AirAsia at U-Tapao–Rayong–Pattaya Airport
  • Putin and N. Korea’s Kim sign strategic partnership treaty
  • Large blaze at electronics firm in Rayong
  • Timor-Leste added to visa-free list
  • Thailand wants inclusive Ukraine peace talks 
  • Drunk Pattaya Man Taunts Older Man, Gets Head Split Open with Machete
  • Thai Authorities Seize 200,000 Units of Illegal Veterinary Medicine Worth 84 Million Baht
  • Pattaya evolving into a premier global tourism destination
  • East Pattaya gears up for Grand Buddhist Lent Candle Parade
  • PM presents 3.75 trillion baht 2025 budget bill to parliament
  • Pattaya commemorates 80th anniversary of D-DAY with solemn ceremony
  • Bangkok Police Arrest 14 Youth in Violent College Altercation, Seize Firearms and Swords
  • Kawin Thamsatchanan: Goalkeeping legend retires after blazing trail for Thai footballers
  • Restaurant employee shot dead, another wounded
  • Adoption sought for puppies on oil-smuggling boats
  • Foreign envoys & media welcome passage of Marriage Equality Bill
  • Lawsuits await husbands' lovers of any sex
  • Foreign envoys and media welcome passage of Marriage Equality Bill
  • Legal Recognization of Same-Sex Marriage Celebrated
  • Court Rules Adultery Law Unconstitutional
  • Our current complete social media presence for reference, June 2024
  • Contractor faces heavy daily fines for delays at North Pattaya intersection
  • Two Ugandan women arrested for theft from Canadian tourist in Pattaya
  • Putin and Kim embrace in North Korea, vow new multi-polar world
  • Thai Enquirer News Summary – June 19, 2024
  • Biden offers citizenship path to spouses of Americans in sweeping election-year move
  • Captivating music at Ben’s Theater featuring Hiroshi Matsushima (flute) and Ying-Hua Huang (piano)
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  • Cops hunt oil smuggling masterminds
  • House accepts 4 bills to alter referendums
  • 'Big Joke' fires back with petition
  • 'Big Joke' fires back with petition
  • House passes same-sex marriage law
  • PM given 15 days to save job
  • Raid on waste plant finds barrels stored illegally
  • Are You Aware That The Pattaya News is Available on YouTube?
  • Senate approves marriage equality bill in historic vote
  • Thailand Passes Landmark Same-Sex Marriage Law
  • 25 Illegal Immigrants from Myanmar Arrested in Pattaya
  • Thai Senate Passes Historic Same-Sex Marriage Bill
  • Charter Court sets July 10 for hearing on petition against PM Srettha
  • Caretaker Senate overwhelming passes Thailand’s marriage equality bill
  • Senate passes landmark bill recognising marriage equality
  • Tough new limit on meth possession
  • Arrest warrant sought for ‘Joe Pattani’ over theft of impounded oil-smuggling vessels
  • Court spares Office of Insurance Commission in Bt40-billion lawsuit
  • Senate Approves Marriage Equality Bill in Historic Vote
  • Fake pet meds seized, worth B84m
  • First hearing date set in Move Forward dissolution case
  • Charter court dismisses challenges to senatorial election procedure
  • 56 Burmese Nationals Arrested in Kanchanaburi for Illegal Entry into Thailand
  • Court Considers Key Political Cases
  • Thai Constitutional Court Gives Results, Future Dates on Multiple Major Cases Such as Move Forward Party and Thai PM
  • Smuggled Oil Tankers Towed Back to Thailand After Vanishing from Marine Police Pier in Sattahip
  • Court to consider PM Srettha’s ethics case next month
  • Senate election gets green light from court
  • Court to consider Move Forward's dissolution next month
  • Foreigner Punches Transgender Woman Unconscious in Pattaya’s Walking Street, Police Investigating
  • Thailand Enacts Stricter Narcotics Possession Limits to Curb Drug Distribution
  • Former Thai PM Thaksin Shinawatra Granted Bail Amid Lèse-Majesté Trial; Next Hearing Set for August
  • Grand preparations underway for Miss Healthy Queen Contest 2024
  • Jomtien Beach seawater deemed safe for recreational activities
  • Polygamous Malaysians marrying in Thailand
  • Two Ugandan Women Arrested in Pattaya for Allegedly Robbing Canadian Man After Massage Session
  • Unexplained entry rejections lead to drop in Thai tourists to South Korea
  • Govt urged to increase import duty on cheap Chinese products
  • Stonehenge monument sprayed orange in UK climate protest
  • Officials arrested for issuing fake farmland titles
  • Thai Enquirer News Summary – June 20, 2024
  • Colombian Suspect Arrested in Bangkok After International Manhunt
  • Pattaya Nong Nooch Garden Welcomes Another New Elephant Calf
  • Na Jomtien Municipality Warns Tourists of Dangerous Slope Due to Beach Erosion
  • Pattaya Police Station Celebrates 40th Anniversary
  • Serial Gas Thief Nabbed in Samut Songkhram: Suspect Confesses to Multiple Thefts Across Three Provinces
  • Black Panther Pair Spotted by Tourists in Phetchaburi’s Kaeng Krachan National Park
  • Park visitor spots two panthers
  • Probe into missing oil-smuggling ships linked to police force
  • Budget will 'jump-start' growth
  • Acid attack couple given prison time
  • Chicago art institute to return Khmer ruin relic
  • Bhutan PM to make visit
  • BMA to offer Muay Thai as an elective in schools
  • Eight tourists rescued from rough seas off Phuket
  • Italian Man Arrested on Samui Island for Allegedly Selling Cocaine and Illegally Operating a Motorbike Rental Shop
  • Extended alcohol sales hours ruled out for now
  • Speaker sees party people winning poll
  • Many party-linked Senate candidates tipped to win
  • Japanese firms to invest more as outlook brightens
  • 30-baht scheme expands its network
  • Love Wins Marriage Equality for LGBTQ+ : Thailand Stories by TNA
  • Digital cash handout carries high financial risk, warns opposition
  • Opposition slams govt’s 2025 fiscal budget
  • Flying of drones banned in far South
  • Investigation Continues in Oil Smuggling Boat Theft
  • TAT Welcomes New Flights by SCAT Airlines and AirAsia at U-Tapao–Rayong–Pattaya Airport
  • Putin and N. Korea’s Kim sign strategic partnership treaty
  • Large blaze at electronics firm in Rayong
  • Timor-Leste added to visa-free list
  • Thailand wants inclusive Ukraine peace talks 
  • Drunk Pattaya Man Taunts Older Man, Gets Head Split Open with Machete
  • Thai Authorities Seize 200,000 Units of Illegal Veterinary Medicine Worth 84 Million Baht
  • PM presents 3.75 trillion baht 2025 budget bill to parliament
  • Bangkok Police Arrest 14 Youth in Violent College Altercation, Seize Firearms and Swords
  • Kawin Thamsatchanan: Goalkeeping legend retires after blazing trail for Thai footballers
  • Restaurant employee shot dead, another wounded
  • Adoption sought for puppies on oil-smuggling boats
  • Foreign envoys & media welcome passage of Marriage Equality Bill
  • Lawsuits await husbands' lovers of any sex
  • Foreign envoys and media welcome passage of Marriage Equality Bill
  • Legal Recognization of Same-Sex Marriage Celebrated
  • Court Rules Adultery Law Unconstitutional
  • Our current complete social media presence for reference, June 2024
  • Putin and Kim embrace in North Korea, vow new multi-polar world
  • Thai Enquirer News Summary – June 19, 2024
  • Biden offers citizenship path to spouses of Americans in sweeping election-year move
  • Cops hunt oil smuggling masterminds
  • House accepts 4 bills to alter referendums
  • 'Big Joke' fires back with petition
  • 'Big Joke' fires back with petition
  • House passes same-sex marriage law
  • PM given 15 days to save job
  • Raid on waste plant finds barrels stored illegally
  • Are You Aware That The Pattaya News is Available on YouTube?
  • Thailand Passes Landmark Same-Sex Marriage Law
  • 25 Illegal Immigrants from Myanmar Arrested in Pattaya
  • Thai Senate Passes Historic Same-Sex Marriage Bill
  • Charter Court sets July 10 for hearing on petition against PM Srettha
  • Caretaker Senate overwhelming passes Thailand’s marriage equality bill
  • Senate passes landmark bill recognising marriage equality
  • Tough new limit on meth possession
  • Arrest warrant sought for ‘Joe Pattani’ over theft of impounded oil-smuggling vessels
  • Court spares Office of Insurance Commission in Bt40-billion lawsuit
  • Senate Approves Marriage Equality Bill in Historic Vote
  • Fake pet meds seized, worth B84m
  • First hearing date set in Move Forward dissolution case
  • Charter court dismisses challenges to senatorial election procedure
  • 56 Burmese Nationals Arrested in Kanchanaburi for Illegal Entry into Thailand
  • Court Considers Key Political Cases
  • Thai Constitutional Court Gives Results, Future Dates on Multiple Major Cases Such as Move Forward Party and Thai PM
  • Smuggled Oil Tankers Towed Back to Thailand After Vanishing from Marine Police Pier in Sattahip
  • Court to consider PM Srettha’s ethics case next month
  • Senate election gets green light from court
  • Court to consider Move Forward's dissolution next month
  • Foreigner Punches Transgender Woman Unconscious in Pattaya’s Walking Street, Police Investigating
  • Thailand Enacts Stricter Narcotics Possession Limits to Curb Drug Distribution
  • Former Thai PM Thaksin Shinawatra Granted Bail Amid Lèse-Majesté Trial; Next Hearing Set for August
  • Polygamous Malaysians marrying in Thailand
  • Two Ugandan Women Arrested in Pattaya for Allegedly Robbing Canadian Man After Massage Session
  • TAT welcomes new flights by SCAT Airlines and AirAsia at U-Tapao–Rayong–Pattaya Airport
  • Thaksin indicted, released on Bt500,000 bail
  • Passenger charged after cocaine seized at Don Mueang airport
  • Thaksin released on bail after arraignment
  • Thailand Seeking Membership in BRICS Group Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development
  • Police recover stolen oil-smugglers' boats
  • Former PM Thaksin Formally Indicted in Royal Defamation Case
  • Thaksin shows up at Criminal Court for indictment on lèse majesté charge
  • Thaksin arraigned on lese majeste at court
  • Thaksin reports to Criminal Court to be formally indicted with lese majeste charge
  • Mahidol ranks as top Thai university
  • Thai Enquirer News Summary – June 18, 2024
  • 'Unusual voting' probe sought
  • Piyabutr predicts court will reject dissolution case
  • Julapun questions phone inclusion
  • Cops nab 126 over betting on first days of Euro 2024
  • Unexplained entry rejections lead to drop in Thai tourists to South Korea
    The number of Thais visiting South Korea between January and April this year decreased by 21% year-on-year, mainly due to unexplained entry refusals at the border. Thais going to South Korea have fallen behind Vietnam and the Philippines, according to... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Govt urged to increase import duty on cheap Chinese products
    The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) has proposed that the government increase the import duty on cheap Chinese products, or limit their import, to save Thai factories from closing because they cannot compete with products from China. The FTI has... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Stonehenge monument sprayed orange in UK climate protest
    London, United Kingdom – UK police arrested two people on Wednesday after environmental activists sprayed an orange substance on Stonehenge, the renowned prehistoric UNESCO world heritage site in southwest England. The Just Stop Oil protest group said two activists had... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Officials arrested for issuing fake farmland titles
    Four land reform officials have been arrested for allegedly issuing title deeds for 600 rai (960,000 square metres) of land where a factory illegally released wastewater in Nakhon Ratchasima, according to police.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Thai Enquirer News Summary – June 20, 2024
    The post Thai Enquirer News Summary – June 20, 2024 appeared first on Thai Enquirer.... Read more
    Source: Thai Enquirer Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Colombian Suspect Arrested in Bangkok After International Manhunt
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Bangkok- Thai immigration officers apprehended a wanted Colombian suspect in the bustling city of Bangkok. The arrest came after an extensive joint operation with Malaysian authorities, who had been investigating a high-profile theft case. On May... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Pattaya Nong Nooch Garden Welcomes Another New Elephant Calf
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Pattaya — The Pattaya Nong Nooch Tropical Garden celebrated the birth of another new baby elephant with a grand ceremony on June 19th, 2024. The ceremony was presided over by Phra Kru Kesem Kittisophon, the abbot... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Na Jomtien Municipality Warns Tourists of Dangerous Slope Due to Beach Erosion
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Pattaya — The Na Jomtien Municipality has erected signs warning tourists of a dangerous slope at Na Jomtien Beach caused by erosion. The signs warn beachgoers to avoid using the area temporarily. A large section of... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Pattaya Police Station Celebrates 40th Anniversary
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Pattaya — The Pattaya Police Station commemorated its 40th anniversary yesterday morning with almsgiving and a charity food stall. The event was presided over by Pol. Col. Nawin Thirawith, Superintendent (Chief) of the Pattaya Police Station.... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Serial Gas Thief Nabbed in Samut Songkhram: Suspect Confesses to Multiple Thefts Across Three Provinces
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Samut Songkhram — On June 19th, 2024, Yisan police and highway police captured a pickup truck driver in Samut Songkhram who allegedly filled up with gas and fled from stations in three provinces. The suspect, publicly... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Black Panther Pair Spotted by Tourists in Phetchaburi’s Kaeng Krachan National Park
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Phetchaburi — On June 19th, 2024, Mr. Mongkol Chaipakdee, the Chief of Kaeng Krachan National Park, announced that a group of tourists had spotted a pair of black panthers in the park in Phetchaburi. According to... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Park visitor spots two panthers
    Phetchaburi: A visitor to Kaeng Krachan National Park has by sheer luck caught a glimpse and snapped some pictures of two black panthers in an area of the park, the Protected Areas Regional Office 3 said yesterday, citing information supplied... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Probe into missing oil-smuggling ships linked to police force
    An investigation into officers involved with the three missing seized oil-smuggling vessels is underway after a leaked chat showed a connection between some police and the mastermind of the oil smuggling gang.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Budget will 'jump-start' growth
    Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin outlined the 3.75-trillion-baht budget bill for the 2025 fiscal year aimed at jump-starting Thailand's sluggish economy as the House of Representatives began a three-day debate.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Acid attack couple given prison time
    A couple who threw acid on a high school student in Buri Ram last year have been sentenced to 35-year and 25-year jail terms, respectively, for attempted murder.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Chicago art institute to return Khmer ruin relic
    The Art Institute of Chicago will return a 900-year-old artefact collected from the Phanom Rung Historical Park in Buri Ram to the Fine Arts Department (FAD).... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Thu-06-24
  • Bhutan PM to make visit
    Bhutanese Prime Minister Dasho Tshering Tobgay and his wife will pay an official visit to Thailand between June 25 and 28 at the invitation of Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Thu-06-24
  • BMA to offer Muay Thai as an elective in schools
    The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is introducing Muay Thai as an elective course in 437 schools it runs to preserve the culture and teach young people about discipline, says city council president Surajit Pongsingwitthaya.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Eight tourists rescued from rough seas off Phuket
    Eight foreign tourists were saved from possible drowning in rough seas off Phuket yesterday, after they had defied warning signs on the beaches. In the first incident, two Indian couples ignored the red flag flying on Karon Beach and entered... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Italian Man Arrested on Samui Island for Allegedly Selling Cocaine and Illegally Operating a Motorbike Rental Shop
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Surat Thani – An Italian man was arrested on Samui Island after he allegedly sold cocaine and illegally operated a rental motorbike shop with 70 motorbikes using a Thai nominee to disguise his ownership. Surat Immigration... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Extended alcohol sales hours ruled out for now
    A government panel is adamant that alcohol sales hours will not be extended, citing rising numbers of casualties and road accidents.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Speaker sees party people winning poll
    Major political parties, including the opposition Move Forward Party (MFP), will likely see a large number of their representatives or allies win seats in the final round of the Senate election, outgoing Senate Speaker Pornpetch Wichit cholchai said on Wednesday.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Many party-linked Senate candidates tipped to win
    Major political parties, including the opposition Move Forward Party (MFP), will likely see a large number of their representatives or allies win seats in the final round of the Senate election, outgoing Senate Speaker Pornpetch Wichit cholchai said on Wednesday.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Japanese firms to invest more as outlook brightens
    The Japan External Trade Organization (Jetro) has expressed its readiness to increase investment in Thailand, following a forecast of a rebound in tourism and businesses in the second half of this year, says the Transport Ministry.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-06-24
  • 30-baht scheme expands its network
    Bangkok residents who are under the universal health-care coverage scheme, better known as the 30-baht scheme, can now seek certain basic health care services at any of the contracted clinics and pharmacies under the scheme.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Love Wins Marriage Equality for LGBTQ+ : Thailand Stories by TNA
    19 June – Thailand becomes the 38th nation in the world to legalize same-sex relationships with the marriage equality law. – TNA... Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Digital cash handout carries high financial risk, warns opposition
    The opposition warned the government of the high financial risk of excessive borrowing, largely due to the planned 500 billion baht digital cash handout, as the fiscal 2025 Budget Bill debate began in parliament on Wednesday.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Opposition slams govt’s 2025 fiscal budget
    The government was accused of being reckless and short-sighted in the planning and preparation of the 3.75 trillion baht budget for the 2025 fiscal year, aiming to address its own crises instead of the pressing problems of the country, with... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Flying of drones banned in far South
    Security authorities have banned the flying of drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, in the three southernmost border provinces and part of Songkhla province.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Investigation Continues in Oil Smuggling Boat Theft
    BANGKOK, June 19 (TNA) – The police are investigating into the theft of three oil-smuggling boats to find masterminds and possible involvement of a police colonel. After disappearing from the police pier in Chonburi’s Sattahip on June 11 with 15... Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Wed-06-24
  • TAT Welcomes New Flights by SCAT Airlines and AirAsia at U-Tapao–Rayong–Pattaya Airport
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- PRESS RELEASE: Bangkok, 18 June 2024 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), together with U-Tapao–Rayong–Pattaya International Airport, is pleased to welcome new flight connections by SCAT Airlines from Almaty, Kazakhstan, and AirAsia from Kuala Lumpur,... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Putin and N. Korea’s Kim sign strategic partnership treaty
    Moscow, Russia – Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a “strategic partnership treaty” following their talks in Pyongyang on Wednesday, Russian state media reported. Putin signalled earlier the two nations had prepared a document... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Large blaze at electronics firm in Rayong
    A huge fire broke out at an electronic parts company in Rayong’s Pluak Daeng district this afternoon. The blaze, at the factory of Sun In Electronics (Thailand), started at about 1pm and sent large columns of black smoke billowing into... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Timor-Leste added to visa-free list
    The cabinet has approved a mutual visa-free agreement with Timor-Leste, under which visitors would be allowed to stay in the country for 30 days upon entry.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Thailand wants inclusive Ukraine peace talks 
    The communique was signed by over 80 countries and international organizations including the US, the UK, Canada, France, Germany, the EU, Singapore, among others. The document reaffirmed the support for Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty. Four areas of discussions were... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Drunk Pattaya Man Taunts Older Man, Gets Head Split Open with Machete
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Pattaya — A drunk Thai man suffered a gaping head wound after being attacked by an older man he mocked, apparently for his age, near Pattaya on the evening of June 18th, 2024. The incident occurred... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Thai Authorities Seize 200,000 Units of Illegal Veterinary Medicine Worth 84 Million Baht
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- National — At 10:30 AM on June 18th, 2024, the Thai Consumer Protection Police Division (CPPD) and relevant agencies held a press conference to announce the seizure of over 200,000 units of illegal veterinary medicine valued... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Wed-06-24
  • PM presents 3.75 trillion baht 2025 budget bill to parliament
    Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin presented the 3.75 trillion baht budget bill for the 2025 fiscal year to the House of Representatives today. He forecasts that it will increase Thailand’s economic growth next year by 2.5%-3.5%. The growth, he said, will... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Bangkok Police Arrest 14 Youth in Violent College Altercation, Seize Firearms and Swords
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Bangkok — At 2:00 PM on June 18th, 2024, Bangna police and relevant agencies held a press conference regarding a violent altercation between two technical college institutions on June 13th, resulting in one death and one... Read more
    Source: Pattaya News Published on: Wed-06-24
  • Kawin Thamsatchanan: Goalkeeping legend retires after blazing trail for Thai footballers
    Muangthong United and Thailand goalkeeping legend Kawin Thamsatchanan hung up his gloves on Monday, bringing down the curtain on a remarkable 17-year career. The 34-year-old took to Facebook to share a heartfelt retirement message, reflecting on a journey that saw... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Wed-06-24