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Update: Sun, May 26 2019    

Update: No evidence of dangerous chemicals at port blaze site

Preliminary investigations have not found any toxic chemicals at Laem Chabang Port, which suffered a disruption due to a fire on Saturday morning, the director of Thailand Port Authority, Kamolsak Phromprayoon, said.

Latest : Residents told to remain indoors after 'dangerous chemical' scare at Laem Chabang Port 

People living near the site of an explosion and fire on a ship at the Laem Chabang Port in Sri Racha district of Chon Buri on Saturday have been advised to stay indoors after the blast sent a cloud of unidentified white powder over the area.

SPECIAL REPORT: The “Spirit of Roaming” no longer roams at Moken community on Surin Island

Plight of ‘sea gypsies’ unending without a push for legislation

Doctors warn of ‘reefer madness’ as people react badly to cannabis medicines

MANY PEOPLE have sought emergency treatment after developing side effects from using marijuana-based medicines, Dr Somsak Akhasilp, director-general of the Department of Medical Services, said on Friday after warning people to beware of the false belief that cannabis can treat any ailment.

Bridge to a healthier future

The Phra Pok Klao Skypark soaring across the Chao Phraya leads a sprawling effort to spruce up Bangkok for its 250th birthday

Thai environmentalists join worldwide climate 'strike'

Environmentally concerned citizens in Thailand joined climate activists across the world on Friday to campaign for urgent solutions to climate change.

Foreigner charged with using fake passport, thanks to face recognition system

Immigration police on Friday detained a foreign man for allegedly using a false travel document to travel out of the country at Suvarnabhumi International Airport.

  HM the King opens first parliament since 2014 coup

HM King Maha Vajiralongkorn opened parliament Friday five years after a 2014 coup, stressing the importance of "national security" and "people's well-being" as the junta moves within striking distance of cementing its grip on power.

Cannabis no panacea, FDA cautions users

FOOD AND Drug Administration (FDA) is warning the public that cannabis is not a magic medicine that can cure all illnesses modern medicine cannot.

School mergers offer students big changes

Last teacher bids goodbye to 79yearold school as pupils shifted to larger

Concerns over Chiang Mai coal project are ‘logically sound’, says engineering academic

AN ENGINEERING ACADEMIC has raised concerns about the potentially serious environmental impacts of an open coal mine planned for Chiang Mai’s Omkoi district.

Locals unite to stop projects in heart of famous rice zone

LOCAL GROUPS, mostly farmers, are voicing strong opposition to the construction of a sugar factory and connected bagasse-fuelled power plant in the heart of Thung Kula Rong Hai – an area in the Northeast known for its jasmine rice.

Thailand helps Interpol nail child sex predators

WITH THE help of local authorities, Interpol has managed to nail several predators who sexually exploited children and produced child pornography for online distribution.

Another family grieves mysterious death in Thai army

THE FAMILY of Private Leuchanont Nantabut, who died at the age of just 22, suspect that he might have been the latest victim of violence inside a Thai military camp.

Retailers face Bt10k fines for overpriced lottery tickets

Retailers selling lottery tickets for more than the face value can face fines of Bt10,000, according to the amended Government Lottery Office Act.

Crackdown on foreign criminals in full swing

THAI POLICE are continuing to take action against foreign criminals that have been using Thailand as a base for illegal operations or as a refuge from the reach of their own authorities.

Business Administration tops list of most sought-after fields in university

BUSINESS Administration became the most sought-after field for applicants to the Thai University Central Admission System (TCAS) in the 2019 academic year – surpassing the usually popular Mass Communications and Education fields, which did not come in the top-five list this year.

Mothers of slain Lahu tribesmen sue the Army

Bt11m sought in compensation after Lower court rules men slain by soldiers

National census finds more people living on streets

SINCE THE weakening economy may result in more job losses and an increase in homeless people, the Social Development and Human Security Ministry has decided to conduct a census and work towards improving the quality of their lives.

Milk to be dumped in protest against new rules

DAIRY FARMERS are threatening to dump milk in protest over the Agriculture and Cooperatives Ministry’s new regulations, which they say has affected milk production nationwide and resulted in a surplus of 110 tonnes of milk per day or 3,300 tonnes per month.