THERE ARE still no plans to cancel the Krabi and Thepa coal-fired power plant projects, the Electricity Generating Authority (Egat) has stated, while it was confirmed that there would also be new coal or gas-powered plants in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) special economic zone.
POLICE ARE expected to clear Nicha Kiatthanapaiboon of any involvement in a social media scam after her ID card was stolen and used to illegally open bank accounts that cheated people out of their money.
Metropolitan Police Area 3 chief Pol Maj-General Somneuk Noikhong would not confirm on Tuesday if a suspect who forced an Indian businessman at gunpoint to withdraw Bt200,000 from an ATM in Bangkokâs Soi Ram-Indra 109 last Thursday evening was a soldier, as had previously been speculated.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration will soon open bidding for a contractor to partially demolish the illegally-built Aetas Bangkok Hotel and Aetas Condominium on Soi Ruamrudee, Governor Aswin Kwanmuang said on Tuesday.
The disciplinary investigation into the alleged bribery case of Viroj Samruan, former director of Bangkokâs Samsen Wittayalai School, has come to a preliminary finding that Viroj was guilty and would be subjected to a dismissal from the civil service with or without benefits and pension entitlement, said the Education Ministerâs advisor, Maj-General Kosol Pathumchart on yesterday.
LAOS AUTHORITIES and the developer of the Pak Beng hydropower dam project failed in a meeting yesterday to relieve concerns of local people living along the Mekong River in Thailand about the impacts of a dam now under construction on the river.
A WOMAN whose stolen identity card was used to open bank accounts for fraudulent purposes has provided âuseful informationâ to police during a 12-hour interrogation session, which lasted until 2am yesterday, Bangkokâs Huai Kwang superintendent Pol Colonel Kampol Ratanapratheep said.