A formal complaint was submitted by the residents about the bad smell coming out from the dump site.
There were 22 bombs exploded almost simultaneously Thursday inside commercial banks in Yala, southern Thailand, killing two people and injuring 28 in a region bloodied by a Muslim insurgency
BANGKOK, Aug 31 - The Thai economy is likely to pick up in 2008-2009 with a growth rate of 5-6 per cent, bolstered up by the expected recovery of state and private spending, according to the Ministry of Finance‘s Fiscal Policy Office (FPO).
Pattaya City Mayor, Niran Wattanasartsathorn signed contract with Tanyaburi Ratchamongkol Technology University for the Construction and Installation of Electric Current Production System from wind and sun energy at 1st stage. Absolute objective is to generate power supply to Samae Beach, for waste water treatment and electricity power. This brings a greater impact in tourist attraction in PATTAYA.
A Meeting, Chaired by Banlue Gulawanich, was held on 25 August 2006, in the Conference Room 305 of Pattaya City Hall. It was attended by the Civil Committee, Members of Assembly, Public and Private Sectors, and all those concerned, in order to discuss the improvements to the Public Utility System in Pattaya.
BANGKOK, Aug 24 Caretaker Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has declined to comment on an alleged plot to assassinate him using a car bomb Thursday, pending police investigation, but the deputy commander of Thailand‘s Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC) was dismissed later in the day after his driver was arrested in connection with the incident.
On August 11, Mr. Ida Judeebef, Ambassdor of Republic of Kazakhstan Embassy in Thailand visited Deputy Mayor Verawat Khakhay to discuss Tourism in Pattaya and to build a better relationship
BANGKOK, Thailand — A computerized system that detects lost and stolen passports, currently being tested in Australia, New Zealand and the United States, may be expanded to other Asia Pacific countries to help deter the criminal passport trade.
The analysts say politicians are changing the way they spend their money, and point to a high-priced television ad blitz run by the opposition Democrat Party as its launches its battle to unseat Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra in October 15 polls.
BANGKOK, Aug 10 (TNA) - Thailand‘s Supreme Court judges Thursday selected 10 candidates, mostly judges and one woman, to become election commissioner candidates.
Thaksin Shinawatra Wednesday expressed confidence that violence in the country‘s far South will not worsen during the period before the upcoming general election set for October 15.
Abhisit Vejjajiva, Democrat Party leader, Aug 6 Sunday renewed his call for Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra to find more constructive measures to solve violence in the deep South as people there are now living in fear.
After being released on bail on Friday, the Election Commissioners (EC) had their personal effects removed from the agency’s headquarters on the weekend.
The three former election commissioners face the possibility of spending a night in a provincial jail, as they get set to travel from their cell in Bangkok Remand Prison to Nakhon Si Thammarat Prison where they will await trial on August 8th.
On Wednesday, caretaker PM Thaksin Shinawatra quietly celebrated his 57th birthday with his family members at his home in Bangkok.
The opposition Democrat Party had a decided edge in sets won over the Thai Rak Thai Party on Monday.
Thailand‘s revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej is safely recovering after a nearly five-hour operation on his spine.
A round-table discussion over Pattaya‘s traffic problems had been debated out.
Thai Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, is calling for a resolution to all the ongoing bickering, in honor of the King.
The members of the Security and Peace for Pattaya City, have called a meeting of the Pattaya Municipal Officials after its been discovered that the duty of the officers is still ambiguous. The Committee is preparing a document to emphasize this problem and to present it to Parliament, who will issue a Code of Law for the work to be performed by Municipal Officers.