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Update: Wed, Mar 27 2019    

Phayao halts factory activity

Governor issues order as province continues to suffer dangerous levels of pollution.

EC must clear public doubts, announce results immediately, insist observer groups

MANY international and local observers have taken the Election Commission (EC) to task for failing to hold a fair and transparent ballot, and are calling on the commission to tackle the problems immediately before they start adversely affecting the legitimacy of Thailand’s first general election in nearly a decade.

Toon Bodyslam, King Power announce mid-year charity runs for small hospitals

Rock star Athiwara “Toon Bodyslam” Khongmalai on Tuesday joined with King Power Duty Free executive Aiyawat Sriwattanaprapa to announce a project for charity running events in all five regions of the country.

Watchdog calls for EC to address flaws and issues, announce official election result as soon as possible

An international election-observer group on Tuesday urged the Election Commission to announce the official result of the general election as soon as possible, in order to ensure the transparency and integrity of the poll and prevent any suspicions escalating into distrust and conflict, particularly in regard to doubtful unofficial-votes counting.

Phayao and other Northern provinces choke as air quality worsens

Phayao provincial governor Narongsak Osotthanakorn has issued an urgent letter instructing disaster prevention and mitigation officials to ask industrial factories, whose activities generate PM2.5 dust, to suspend work for one or two days or until the situation returns to normal.

Loss not unexpected, say small parties as they vow to keep building voter base

Small parties have vowed to continue campaigning and slowly building support after failing to make much of an impression at the ballot box on Sunday.

Police seek Interpol assistance over fugitive South African suspect in murder of Thai businesswoman

As part of an ongoing manhunt for a South African man who allegedly killed a Thai jewellery businesswoman at the weekend, police have contacted Interpol for help in locating the suspect, who has reportedly fled to Hong Kong, Immigration Bureau commissioner Pol Lt-General Surachate Hakparn said on Monday.

Navy chief presides over ritual ceremony for Subhannahong Barge ahead of Royal Coronation



Chiang Mai could open haze refugee centre

Residents of nine northern provinces choking on hazardous air pollution might soon find refuge in Chiang Mai – at a downtown convention centre equipped with air purifiers as well as air conditioners.

Voting orderly, but police wary of post-poll trouble

Police around the country are prosecuting 50 violations of election laws and are monitoring the post-poll situation for further signs of trouble.

Targeted by petition, Chiang Mai governor unveils fresh measures to tackle pollution

CHIANG MAI Governor Supachai Iamsuwan, embattled over a failure to curb smog that has kept his province’s capital on top of the list of the world’s most polluted cities, announced five measures yesterday to tackle forest fires and cropland burning.

Woman jumps to her death on Ramkhamhaeng Road

A 41-year-old woman is believed to have committed suicide by jumping from her 18th-floor flat in Bangkok’s Wattana district on Sunday morning.

Summer storms looming this week

Residents of the upper provinces have been warned that temperatures will soar over the next few days, with storms and gusting winds likely and possibly hailstones too.

Celebrities swap red carpets for polling queues

Celebrities were just like everyone else on Sunday, casting their votes – and of course posting pictures online of themselves at polling stations exercising their democratic right.

Ballot paper confusing, say elderly voters

Senior citizens at some voting centres complained that the ballot paper was confusing and they found it difficult to find their chosen parties.

Voters turn out in big numbers in Central region

A large numbers of voters turned out to cast their ballots in many provinces of the Central region. Queues were formed at several polling stations even before the voting began at 8am in the provinces of Suphan Buri, Pathum Thani, Ang Thong, Phetchaburi and Samut Songkhram.

King urges voters to elect ‘good people’

His Majesty the King on Saturday quoted from a speech delivered by his father, the late King Bhumibol, to urge voters to elect "good people" to rule the country.

Chiang Mai remains most air-polluted city in world

Chiang Mai on Saturday remained the most air-polluted city in the world for the second consecutive day, according to the AirVisual.com website.

24-hour alcohol ban for election

Thais go to the polls on Sunday for the first time since 2011, which also means there will be a 24-hour alcohol ban this weekend.

Wild Boars' help recover equipment from Tham Luang cave

Wild Boars coach Aek, and other members from the football squad, helped recover equipment from the Tham Luang cave this week.