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Update: Tue, Jan 24 2017    

UK Bribery Report due next week : Wissanu

Bribers and takers to be named in the report.

More foreign ‘criminals’ found in police swoops

THAILAND’S role as a haven for transnational criminals has been reconfirmed with the separate arrests in Bangkok of criminals on the run from India, Hungary and China.

A true taste of Thailand

The annual tourism fair returns to Lumpini Park tomorrow for a five-day run

Chinese New Year Festival cancelled

Bangkok’s China Town will not hold a Chinese New Year Festival this year because the country is still mourning the passing of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

Paedophile suspect deported to Czech Republic

Authorities will today deport a suspected Czech paedophile back to his home country where he is wanted for allegedly committing sexual crimes.

Body retrieved from Chao Phraya River identified as missing Japanese tourist

A BODY recovered from the Chao Phraya River late last year has been confirmed as a 22-year-old Japanese tourist who had cut all contact with his parents and girlfriend during his trip to Thailand.

Police chief defends against charge Jomsap evidence faked

NATIONAL POLICE chief General Chakthip Chaijinda yesterday said the public should wait for witness hearings next month in the case involving former schoolteacher Jomsap Saenmuangkhot before jumping to conclusions about police allegedly fabricating evidence.

Small steps, not enough action

Thailand gives itself a pat on the back for achieving the first of the United Nation's sustainable goals but the overall picture is not nearly as bright, as the statistics in a new book show

'Bio-economy' to draw Bt400 bn

THE GOVERNMENT yesterday announced the launch of its ambitious “bio-economy” scheme, which it expects to draw Bt400 billion worth of investment from the private sector during the next 10 years.