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Retired district chief drowns as SUV plunges into Mae Klong River

An unfortunate accident on the Thana Rach Bridge over the Mae Klong River resulted in a tragic loss of life yesterday evening at around 6.30pm. The incident involved a collision between a sports car and an SUV, which led to the latter vehicle plunging into the river, taking with it a retired district chief and …

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Family seeks refuge from loan shark at Nonthaburi bus stop

A family in Nonthaburi province found refuge at a bus stop after fleeing their home due to threats from a loan shark who demanded daily interest payments. The incident took place yesterday at 8pm, on February 25, when the family, lacking the funds to meet the exorbitant interest demands, feared for their safety. Nontranut Promjan, …

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Thai government’s revenue collection could fall short in 2024

Deputy Finance Minister Krisada Chinavicharana expressed concerns that the government’s revenue collection for fiscal 2024 might not surpass the target, unlike the 174 billion baht (US$4.8 billion) surplus witnessed the previous year. This was announced at the Outstanding Revolving Fund Award event held yesterday. The government has projected an expenditure budget of 3.48 trillion baht …

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Thailand’s NIA plans new strategy to boost local startups

The National Innovation Agency (NIA) outlined a new strategy to bolster local startups and align them with global innovation demand. The strategy, Create the Dot — Connect the Dot — Value Creation, aims to increase the number of innovation-based enterprises (IBEs) and propel Thailand into the top 30 leading innovation nations by 2030. NIA executive …

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Thaksin Shinawatra’s return stirs interest in Thailand’s economic policy

Former Prime Minister of Thailand Thaksin Shinawatra is back in the political limelight following his release on parole. His return to his Ban Chan Song La residence in Bangkok, which previously served as his command centre during his time in office, has sparked interest from the business sector. They are keen to understand the potential …

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Cobra Gold military exercise introduces Muay Thai training

Cobra Gold, the annual joint military exercise, kicks off today, and for the first time, it will feature Muay Thai training as an essential component. The decision is an integral part of the government’s strategy to elevate the Thai martial arts as a symbol of the nation’s soft power. The Defence Ministry announced that the …

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New agricultural land reform policy to implement buffer zones

Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister Thamanat Prompow is set to propose a new agricultural land reform policy tomorrow. The policy seeks to establish a buffer zone between forest reserves and agricultural land, with the explicit specification that this zone will not be allocated to individual farmers. This comes in the wake of an ongoing dispute between …

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Ancient painting discovered in Nam Phong National Park

Rangers in Nam Phong National Park, Nong Ruea district, Khon Kaen stumbled upon an ancient painting whilst combating local forest fires. The discovery was made within the grounds of the Hin Chang Si Protection Unit, roughly 4 kilometres from its headquarters, according to a Facebook post by the rangers yesterday. The team, having extinguished the …

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Buddha sculpture found in Thai-US navy salvage operation of sunken HTMS Sukhothai

The collaborative salvage operation between the Royal Thai Navy and the United States Navy unearthed a Buddha sculpture and several documents from the sunken HTMS Sukhothai on its third day. This information was relayed by Royal Admiral Veerudom Muangjin, a spokesperson for the Royal Thai Navy, who shared that these items were found by a …

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Bangkok breathes easier as PM2.5 levels fall but north faces rise

The upcoming week brings a breath of fresh air for Bangkok locals as levels of harmful PM2.5 pollutants, ultra-fine particulars, are expected to decrease. However, residents in the north and northeast are being warned of an imminent rise in air pollution due to prevalent wildfires in these regions. Sunday morning data from the Bangkok Metropolitan …

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Ministry provides warning on revenue
Government revenue collection in fiscal 2024 may not exceed the target, unlike last year, says Deputy Finance Minister Krisada Chinavicharana.
Housing prospects dim in Q1
The housing market outlook remains hazy for the first quarter as both developers and homebuyers lack confidence in performance and purchases, dampened by elevated interest rates.
Locals bewildered as fertile forests carved up
Kittisak Prompinij, a community leader in Ban Heo Pla Kang, Nakhon Ratchasima's Pak Chong district, said he was puzzled why a group of non-residents could be allocated fertile forest area from Khao Yai National Park under the Sor Por Kor 4-01 land reform scheme, when locals had missed out for years.
Getting the most from a multi-generational workforce
It only takes a quick look around the office to see that the workforces of Thailand-based organisations are more diverse than ever. There is a never-before-seen mix of generations collaborating and combining worldviews to create value. But how much are we really doing to help them succeed, and how much is left to chance?
Air to improve in Bangkok, worsen in North, Northeast
While Bangkokians can expect to breathe a little easier this week, with the levels of harmful ultra-fine PM2.5 pollutants expected to start falling in coming days, residents living the North and Northeast were told to brace for a spike in air pollution due to wildfires in the region.
Buddha statue, documents recovered from ship
PRACHUP KIRI KHAN: A Buddha sculpture and several documents were retrieved from the sunken HTMS Sukhothai on Saturday, the third day of the joint salvage operation with the United States' Navy.
Court turns down bail for activists on hunger strike
The Criminal Court has denied bail requests for activist Tantawan Tuatulanon and her friend, saying the health of both detainees — who are now on a hunger strike — is being closely monitored by a medical team.
Tattooed Asian man found dead, shot in head near airport
SAMUT PRAKAN: A heavily-tattooed Asian man was found dead in a deserted stall near Suvarnabhumi airport on Sunday with three bullet wounds in the head, according to police.
Woman arrested in burnt skeleton case
KHON KAEN: A woman was arrested in connection with a burnt human skeleton found at a rubbish dump in Waeng Noi district on Feb 17. She claimed the deceased, her friend, died of convulsions and she burned her body on a discarded car tyre.
Drunk, mentally ill policeman fatally stabs woman passer-by
NAKHON SI THAMMARAT: A mentally ill and drunk policeman ran out of his police flat, kicked over a passing motorcycle and repeatedly stabbed the two men riders, killing one of them.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Power bank checks urged
Industry Minister Pimphattra Wichaikul is concerned about the power bank explosion on a Thai AirAsia flight bound for Nakhon Si Thammarat on Saturday morning.
S. Korean doctors protest against medical school quotas
Hundreds of senior doctors held a rally near the presidential office in Seoul on Sunday (February 25) to support young doctors and protest against a government plan to increase medical school admissions. - REUTERS
Chalongrat toll fees rise
The Expressway Authority of Thailand (Exat) will increase toll rates on the Chalongrat Expressway by 5-10 baht from March 1.
Ministry provides warning on revenue
Government revenue collection in fiscal 2024 may not exceed the target, unlike last year, says Deputy Finance Minister Krisada Chinavicharana.
Housing prospects dim in Q1
The housing market outlook remains hazy for the first quarter as both developers and homebuyers lack confidence in performance and purchases, dampened by elevated interest rates.
Who's pulling the economic strings?
The political soap opera in Thailand is expected to revive after former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra was released on parole, returning to his Ban Chan Song La residence in Bangkok, his de facto command base for years during his tenure as premier.
Locals bewildered as fertile forests carved up
Kittisak Prompinij, a community leader in Ban Heo Pla Kang, Nakhon Ratchasima's Pak Chong district, said he was puzzled why a group of non-residents could be allocated fertile forest area from Khao Yai National Park under the Sor Por Kor 4-01 land reform scheme, when locals had missed out for years.
Tourism, trade MoUs to bolster Kazakh ties
The government is confident that tourism and trade between Thailand and Kazakhstan will improve after the two governments sign three memoranda of understanding (MoUs) in April, said Deputy Foreign Minister Jakkapong Sangmanee on Sunday.
PM 'unhappy' with long queues
Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin is still not satisfied with the handling of long queues and lengthy waits at Suvarnabhumi International Airport's immigration control, prompting him to order officials to step up efforts to address the problem.
Panel weighs new minimum wage hike
The tripartite wage committee is considering the factors used to calculate the daily minimum wage, following the government proposal to increase the rate for a second time this year, says the Employers' Confederation of Thai Trade and Industry (EconThai).
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