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Update: Fri, May 26 2017    

Bangkok flooding is chronic problem

BMA officials admit they cannot cope with heavy rains as experts blame infrastructure and lack of preparedness.

Feared computer crime law goes into effect

THE HIGHLY controversial computer crimes law has been in effect since Wednesday, after it was published in the Royal Gazette in January.

Political ‘extremist’ group blamed for hospital blast

Police trying to identify 20 suspects caught on security cameras; prawit says perpetrators are ‘people close to us’

Scapegoat in murder case walks free after 5 years

Legal saga ends after Worawit found innocent of drug trafficking.

Biometric proof to be required in deep South for SIM card

IN A MOVE to step up national security, mobile phone users in the deep South will be required to register their SIM cards using biometric data starting on June 1.

Chao Phraya River project approved despite criticism

DESPITE CONCERNS over the legality and negative impacts on the waterway, the Chao Phraya Riverside Promenade Project has been authorised and construction is scheduled to begin before August, according to the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA).

Free forensic services offered for one month

Free forensic services will be provided for the month of June, particularly for people with low income, by the Justice Ministry’s Central Institute of Forensic Science.

Spartacus, Kate the Shrew on the way

A stream of great ballet productions will be part of this autumn's Festival of Dance and Music

'Political extremists carried out hospital blast'

Investigators are convinced that political hardliners were behind Monday’s bombing at Phramongkutklao Hospital and the perpetrators are still in the country, national police chief Pol General Chakthip Chaijinda said Thursday.