Thai News Summary List

  • 135 tonnes of smuggled frozen pork and chicken seized in Samut Sakhon
  • Fake monks from Cambodia nabbed in Rayong
  • Armed school-invasion copycat arrested
  • World leaders join Thailand in mourning preschool massacre
  • World leaders join Thailand in mourning
  • HM King, Queen to Visit Massacre Victims
  • Prayut hails closer economic ties with Italy
  • Water experts’ meeting endorses BMA’s urgent water drainage system for eastern Bangkok
  • Fire at Chana power plant, no interruption to supply
  • Fire at Chana power plant, no supply interruption
  • Police chief confirms no traces of drug found in gunman
  • Rising Chao Phraya River Expected from Oct 8
  • Police Gun Control to Be Tightened after Massacre
  • Malaysia announces tighter 2023 budget as it warns of slowing growth
  • Three massacre survivors released from hospital, seven remain
  • It takes some courage
  • Schools mourn Nong Bua Lam Phu massacre victims
  • Thailand has the highest number of privately owned guns in ASEAN
  • Quick Autopsy of Massacre Victims, Mental Aid for Families
  • Thais demand change after disgraced cop kills 36
  • Wat Choeng Tha, location for TV soap 'Love Destiny', flooded
  • Royal Assistance Offered to Massacre Victims
  • Their Majesties to visit massacre victims
  • Thai Flags Lowered to Half Mast as Thailand Mourns Nursery Victims
  • Thai society should rethink gun ownership and drug abuse after mass murders
  • Families mourn preschool massacre victims
  • Thai flags to be flown at half-mast at all state agencies on Friday
  • Police chief confirms assailant had history of drug use
  • Their Majesties offer condolences to shooting victims
  • Varawut touted as PM pick
  • Ratsadon calls for early polls
  • BMA ups battle to avert river spill
  • Woman in river 'likely killed in Laos'
  • Recycled waste for amulets
  • Berry pickers to get ministry help with trafficking claims
  • Pfizer tot shots start Oct 12
  • Ratsadon calls for early polls
  • British exec nabbed over foreign scam
  • Level 2 warning in Ayutthaya
  • Former cop kills 37 in massacre
  • Pupils 'need lessons in leadership'
  • Bangkok and neighbours seek to coordinate flood fight
  • UNICEF condemns mass shooting in Thailand’s Nong Bua Lam Phu province
  • Teacher recounts terrifying childcare centre shooting
  • Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (6th October 2022)
  • Youngest children to get Covid jabs
  • PPRP introduces 6 potential candidates
  • Four killed, 72,000 households in 30 provinces affected by floods since September 28th
  • Mass murder at childcare centre
  • Mass murder at childcare centre, 35 confirmed slain
  • Myanmar border village bombed
  • Mass murder at child care centre, 34 confirmed slain
  • Mass murder at childcare centre, 34 confirmed slain
  • Former school director arrested for procuring schoolgirls
  • Gunman who massacres 35 people in Nong Bua Lam Phu kills himself
  • 32 People Killed in Mass Shooting at Child Daycare Center
  • Ratsadon group demands House dissolution
  • Ex-cop who murdered dozens at child center in Thai northeast believed dead: report
  • FLASH: Ex-cop kills dozens of people at child care centre
  • FLASH: Ex-cop kills dozens of people at childcare centre
  • Covid-19 Vaccination for Very Young Children to Start Next Week
  • Retired teacher detained for allegedly procuring underage girls for prostitution
  • Ratsadon protest group calls for House dissolution
  • Here’s how to replace lost Thai license plates
  • British exec arrested at airport for alleged investment fraud
  • Flooding in 19 provinces
  • Thai passports can now be made on weekends at two malls
  • Flood draining from Chiang Mai city hits downstream communities
  • One killed, others injured in 3-vehicle expressway crash
  • Thousands of flood victims in Chai Nat province take refuge on roadsides
  • Vets remove harpoon from Korat dog’s head
  • Germany beats Thailand 3-1 in FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship
  • November gets 3 more holidays when Thailand hosts APEC
  • Maha Sarakham Municipality Hit by Flood
  • Nobel winner’s ingenious chemistry could lead to cancer breakthroughs
  • North Korea launches more missiles as US redeploys carrier
  • Philippines’ Marcos open to buying Russian fuel, proposes new Myanmar approach
  • Rift rumours fly as Prawit skips cabinet meet
  • Rift rumours fly as Prawit skips cabinet
  • Drug control, road safety loom large
  • New calls for cabinet rejig
  • Ex-top cop seen as likely PM candidate for PPRP
  • BMA readies 2.5m sandbags
  • Macron to join Apec meet as PM's guest
  • Chiang Rai locals upset at Lao dam plan
  • Help soon for patients in limbo
  • Canadian frigate to dock in Chon Buri
  • 'Fake lawyer' outed as food vendor
  • Lawyers council takes action against 'roast chicken lawyer'
  • November 16-18 special holidays for Bangkok, Samut Prakan and Nonthaburi
  • Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (5th October 2022)
  • 16 Chinese nationals arrested in Pattaya for illegal money-lending
  • Businessmen rescued from broken down boat
  • Cabinet approves draft criteria for 'protected person status'
  • ‘Above the law’: Indonesia stampede puts focus on police force
  • Prayut, Jurin discuss filling vacant cabinet seat
  • NBTC Asks Nationwide Radio Stations to Help Communicate Disaster Warnings
  • Special holiday to clear roads for Apec summit
  • Anti-cybercrime team seizes 38 SIM boxes and arrests 2 suspects
  • Heroin en route to Malaysia seized in Pattani
  • 135 tonnes of smuggled frozen pork and chicken seized in Samut Sakhon
    Thai customs and livestock development officials, as well as police from the Consumer Protection Division, seized about 100 tonnes of frozen pork, worth about 21 million baht, and 35 tonnes... The post 135 tonnes of smuggled frozen pork and chicken... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Fake monks from Cambodia nabbed in Rayong
    RAYONG: Five Cambodian men who had disguised themselves as Buddhist monks were arrested on Friday for soliciting money for the past 10 years in Thailand.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Armed school-invasion copycat arrested
    NAKHON SI THAMMARAT: Police on Friday arrested a man high on meth, carrying a pistol and rifle, trying to get into a school to take a child away from his wife, a day after the childcare centre massacre in the... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • World leaders join Thailand in mourning preschool massacre
    World leaders joined Thai people in mourning the victims of the preschool massacre in Nong Bua Lam Phu province, taking to social media platforms and letters to share their condolences.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • World leaders join Thailand in mourning
    World leaders joined Thai people in mourning the victims of the preschool massacre in Nong Bua Lam Phu province, taking to social media platforms and letters to share their condolences.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • HM King, Queen to Visit Massacre Victims
    Their Majesties the King and Queen will visit victims of the Nong Bua Lam Phu massacre and their relatives today.... Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Prayut hails closer economic ties with Italy
    Thailand and Italy have reaffirmed their commitment to cooperate in all aspects of economic promotion and sustainable development.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Water experts’ meeting endorses BMA’s urgent water drainage system for eastern Bangkok
    The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration’s (BMA) urgent project to improve drainage and to build a concrete flood wall from Nong Bon Canal to Makham Thet Canal, to link with Prawet Burirom... The post Water experts’ meeting endorses BMA’s urgent water drainage... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Fire at Chana power plant, no interruption to supply
    SONGKHLA: A fire at the Chana power plant on Friday damaged five cooling units, but has not interrupted the supply of electricity to the area.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Fire at Chana power plant, no supply interruption
    SONGKHLA: A fire at the Chana power plant on Friday damaged five cooling units, but has not interrupted the supply of electricity to the area.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Police chief confirms no traces of drug found in gunman
    An initial autopsy found no traces of drug in the body of the ex-policeman who went on a shooting spree that killed at least 38 people in the northeastern province... The post Police chief confirms no traces of drug found... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Rising Chao Phraya River Expected from Oct 8
    The National Water Command Centre warned people along the Chao Phraya River of rising water levels due to runoff from the North and high tides.... Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Police Gun Control to Be Tightened after Massacre
    The national police chief said he will discuss with the Interior Ministry control on police’s firearms after the massacre by a former policeman and the police would work out its own measures related to the weapons of present and former... Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Malaysia announces tighter 2023 budget as it warns of slowing growth
    KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 7 (Reuters) – Malaysia on Friday unveiled a smaller budget for 2023, prioritising fiscal discipline over expectations of populist measures, as it warned of a slowdown in... The post Malaysia announces tighter 2023 budget as it warns... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Three massacre survivors released from hospital, seven remain
    Three of the 10 injured survivors of the attack on a preschool in Nong Bua Lam Phu province have been discharged from hospital.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • It takes some courage
    If he was wrong about Buddhism and detachment before, Prairie Praiwan has to be right this time, getting out of the closet to become someone he always has been wishing... The post It takes some courage first appeared on Thai... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Schools mourn Nong Bua Lam Phu massacre victims
    Students, teachers and government officials in provinces nationwide on Friday mourned the victims of Thursday's massacre at a childcare centre in Nong Bua Lam Phu province in the far Northeast.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Thailand has the highest number of privately owned guns in ASEAN
    Out of ten ASEAN member countries, Thailand has the highest number of guns in the possession of private individuals, with 10,342,000 guns being recorded in 2017, according to the Small... The post Thailand has the highest number of privately owned... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Quick Autopsy of Massacre Victims, Mental Aid for Families
    The public health minister mobilized forensic doctors to speed up the autopsy of the bodies of 37 victims in the killing rampage in Nong Bua Lam Phu province and expected to hand all the bodies to relatives today for their... Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Thais demand change after disgraced cop kills 36
    After Thailand watched helplessly as dozens of children were killed in its deadliest mass shooting, calls have intensified for reform of the security forces and gun control measures. After former police Sgt. Panya Kamrab walked into a day care facility... Read more
    Source: Coconuts Bangkok Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Wat Choeng Tha, location for TV soap 'Love Destiny', flooded
    AYUTTHAYA: Wat Choeng Tha, a restored ancient temple and filming location for the popular TV series Bupphaesannivas (Love Destiny) in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya district, was flooded by water overflowing from nearby canals on Friday morning.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Royal Assistance Offered to Massacre Victims
    Their Majesties the King and Queen on Thursday had the privy council president and privy councilors visit people injured in the massacre in Nong Bua Lam Phu province and also give royal support for their treatment and the funerals of... Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Their Majesties to visit massacre victims
    Their Majesties the King and Queen will visit victims of Thursday's preschool massacre in Nong Bua Lam Phu and Udon Thani provinces on Friday night, government spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri said.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Thai Flags Lowered to Half Mast as Thailand Mourns Nursery Victims
    The Thai national flag at Government House is flown at half-mast on Friday as Thailand mourns the victims of the mass shooting at the nursery in Nong Bua Lamphu yesterday.... Read more
    Source: Thai News Agency Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Thai society should rethink gun ownership and drug abuse after mass murders
    A Thai criminologist claims that the mass murder at a child care centre in the north-eastern province of Nong Bua Lam Phu yesterday (Thursday) will not be the last of... The post Thai society should rethink gun ownership and drug... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Families mourn preschool massacre victims
    NONG BUA LAM PHU: Weeping, grief-stricken families gathered on Friday outside the preschool in Na Klang district where a former policeman murdered nearly two dozen children in one of Thailand's worst mass killings.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Thai flags to be flown at half-mast at all state agencies on Friday
    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered Thai national flags at all state agencies to be flown at half-mast for a day today (Friday), in an expression of condolence for the... The post Thai flags to be flown at half-mast at... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Police chief confirms assailant had history of drug use
    The ex-policeman who killed at least 38 people, mostly young children, in a shooting spree in the northeastern province of Nong Bua Lam Phu on Thursday had a history of drug... The post Police chief confirms assailant had history of drug... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Their Majesties offer condolences to shooting victims
    Their Majesties the King and Queen have conveyed their condolences to the families of the victims killed in a mass shooting by an ex-policeman in Nong Bua Lam Phu on... The post Their Majesties offer condolences to shooting victims first... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Varawut touted as PM pick
    Newly chosen Chartthaipattana Party leader Varawut Silpa-archa has what it takes to be nominated as a candidate for prime minister in the next election, according to Nikorn Chamnong, a list MP who sits on the party's policy and strategic committee.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Ratsadon calls for early polls
    The pro-democracy Ratsadon group yesterday called for the House of Representatives to quickly be dissolved, with clear election rules established to allow voters to elect a new government.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • BMA ups battle to avert river spill
    The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is stepping up efforts to prevent possible flooding along Charoen Krung Road and nearby areas.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Woman in river 'likely killed in Laos'
    Police in Nakhon Phanom have found more clues to suggest that an unidentified Lao woman whose body was found stuffed inside a suitcase in the Mekong River on Sept 29 was killed in Laos.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Recycled waste for amulets
    New amulets have been produced using recyclable and organic waste and are available for purchase, with the proceeds going to a homeless charity.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Berry pickers to get ministry help with trafficking claims
    The Ministry of Labour is going to help a group of Thai citizens -- who allegedly became victims of human trafficking while in Finland -- with their legal concerns, it was announced yesterday.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Pfizer tot shots start Oct 12
    The Ministry of Public Health will inoculate young children aged six months to four years old with the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine starting next Wednesday.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Ratsadon calls for early polls
    The pro-democracy Ratsadon group yesterday called for the House of Representatives to quickly be dissolved, with clear election rules established to allow voters to elect a new government.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • British exec nabbed over foreign scam
    A British executive accused of enticing people to invest in a foreign fund and refusing to pay them back after the contracts expired, causing 40 million baht in damage, was arrested at Suvarnabhumi airport yesterday.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Level 2 warning in Ayutthaya
    The Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT) has raised the flood warning a notch to level 2 and put three industrial estates in Ayutthaya on high alert after more discharge from the Chao Phraya and Rama VI dams.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22
  • Former cop kills 37 in massacre
    His Majesty the King will provide assistance to families of the victims from Thursday's massacre at a child development centre in the northeastern province of Nong Bua Lam Phu that left 38 dead and another 10 injured, national police chief... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Fri-10-22