18 September 2021
Chiang Rai: Thai police/military arrest four Chinese for illegal entry
Thailand The lockdown of Samut Sakhon due to a new surge in COVID19 infections will cause about 1 billion baht a day in economic damage, the Samut Sakhon Chamber of Commerce
Bangkok ask for co-operation; cancels new year celebrations after covid outbreak in nearby Samut Sakhon
Authorities in Samut Sakhon discover 146 new coronavirus cases among migrant worker population bringing the outbreak cluster to 694 confirmed cases.
Government defends isolating migrant worker population in crowded dormitories to stop the virus. Thais will be evacuated from the dormitories and moved to hospitals, however.
Ayutthaya discovers one new coronavirus case. Case unrelated to Samut Sakhon - was someone who had recently traveled to Chiang Mai
Bangkok hospitals put on high alert by health ministry Doctors say there is a possibility that people traveled to Bangkok from Samut Sakhon before the lockdown came into effect.
Thailand anti-government protest organizers revealing gathering for Dec 10 from 10am to 6pm BKK at a memorial near the iconic Democracy Monument. The memorial marks the1973 mass uprising against military dictatorship. Tomorrow is constitution day, public holiday
Anutin said that he fully supports Chiang Rai tourism operators who are planning to sue the illegal border crossers
9 month ago
Death toll from flooding in Thailand climbs to 24
Four new COVID19 cases in Chiang Rai as hotels see a rise in cancellations
A 28-year-old Chiang Rai man close to a woman in Phayao who got infected with Covid-19 after returning from Myanmar has tested positive for the coronavirus disease and become a new local infection case9 month ago
A 28-year-old Chiang Rai man close to a woman in Phayao who got infected with Covid-19 after returning from Myanmar has tested positive for the coronavirus disease and become a new local infection case
9 month ago
Growing concern over Tachilek coronavirus cluster in Thailand
Thousands of protesters rallied in Bangkok after Thailand's Constitutional Court cleared Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha of any wrongdoing in a case concerning his living in a military residence after retiring as army commander, Wednesday
Dr Sophon Iamsirithaworn from the Department of Disease Control, said six additional cases were detected among people who sneaked into Thailand Chiang Rai's Mae Sai district
The growing pressure on activists marks a further escalation in the conflict between the protest movement and the army-controlled government of Thailand
Strict controls in place after Chiang Mai resident tests positive for Covid-19
9 month ago
Organiser of the Hua Hin Red Cross Festival has clarified that there was no fatality from a malfunctioning ride on Friday but a hydraulic system failure had left three children injured
Guidelines issued for people who had contact with Chiang Mai Covid-19 patient
Thailand: Hundreds of protesters marched on a Royal Guard unit barracks on Sunday, hoisting inflatable rubber ducks above their heads, calling for curbing the power of the monarchy
The crowd has grown to significant size at 7pm.9 month ago
The crowd has grown to significant size at 7pm.
The large crowd of protesters   marching to the front of regiment 11.  Led by an army of ducks and unicorns9 month ago
The large crowd of protesters marching to the front of regiment 11. Led by an army of ducks and unicorns
Thailand has for months been rocked by youth-led protests demanding a new constitution, reform of the untouchable monarchy, and for Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha to resign
Anti-establishment Ratsadon protesters held two separate rallies in Bangkok and neighboring Nonthaburi today9 month ago
Anti-establishment Ratsadon protesters held two separate rallies in Bangkok and neighboring Nonthaburi today
Thousands of democracy activists blocked a major junction in Bangkok on Friday to rehearse "coup prevention" strategies in the latest round of Thailand's anti-government protests
Thailand: Over a thousand pro-democracy protesters gathered in Bangkok, more are expected to join them. Country sees protests for new constitution, reform of monarchy and resignation of prime minister
Thailand on Friday signed a $200 million deal to procure 26 million doses of a trial coronavirus vaccine developed by pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca in collaboration with Oxford University. It is expected to be delivered in mid-2021
Multiple spots at Thailand anti-government demonstration where various groups are speaking, entertaining protesters with a variety of performances.
A protester carries a torch during a pro-democracy rally demanding the prime minister to resign and reforms on the monarchy, in Bangkok, Thailand, November 27, 2020. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
20.18h: Police HQ is still getting pelted with paint cans and bags. Only a few officers seem inside
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