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Update: Tue, Jan 17 2017    

‘Teacher not scapegoat’ top police officer claims

Former teacher jomsap drove pickup truck that killed cyclist in 2015, new probe alleges

Special panel planned to change charter

CHANGES to the 2014 interim charter to allow the King discretion on the designation of a regent and to permit the prime minister to reacquire the draft constitution from the King so it can be adjusted was endorsed and promulgated on Sunday, as announced in the Royal Gazette website.

20 per cent of emergency patient deaths blamed on traffic jam delays

MORE THAN 20 per cent of patients needing emergency treatment have died on their way to hospital because of delays due to traffic jams and uncooperative motorists, National Institute of Emergency Medicine (NIEM) secretary-general Anucha Setthasathian said.

Landslide warning for 5 provinces

FIVE SOUTHERN provinces are bracing for possible landslides and continued flooding as heavy rain persists in the area.

DSI probes lecturers’ fake academic records

SOME UNIVERSITY lecturers have used fake degrees to secure teaching positions at prestigious institutions, according to a complaint lodged to the Department of Special Investigation (DSI).

Mixed signals over Somkid’s suggestions for selecting governor’s

DEPUTY Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak has suggested favouring provincial governors with “development vision” who are professional managers, but the Interior Ministry will still have the final say in selecting them, the prime minister said yesterday.

Govt wants an ‘agreement of truth’

Prawit proposes reconciliation deal that would be binding for political signatories.

Telling it like it is

Thai filmmakers get together to try and change a screening and fee system they say is biased against them

Thai Smile plans more than 10 overseas routes

THAI SMILE AIRWAYS, a fully owned subsidiary of national carrier Thai Airways International, will spread its wings further abroad this year to raise the number of passengers to 4.5 million and revenue to Bt10.1 billion.