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Update: Fri, Jul 28 2017    

King blessed with wishes from US and Russia

LEADERS FROM the United States and Russia sent greeting messages to HM King Maha Vajiralongkorn on the occasion of his 65th birthday on Friday.

Flood forces Sakon Nakhon airport to close

Daroon Saengchaiy, director general of the Department of Airports, has ordered a temporary close of Sakon Nakhon airport in Northeastern of Thailand.

65th birthday of King Maha Vajiralongkorn

Thai royal guards salute during the celebrations of the 65th birthday of King Maha Vajiralongkorn at Sanam Luang in Bangkok on Friday.

Sakhon Nakhon city hit by tropical depression Sonca

The northeastern province of Sakhon Nakhon has been hit by heavy downpours from tropical depression Sonca.

Market flooded as Muang dam bursts

Days of heavy rains and northern runoffs have led to the Yom River bursting the flood barrier dam in Sukhaothai's Muang district sending 80cm-deep floods to the Muang Sukhothai Municipality's fresh market on Friday morning.

Prayut leads ceremony to celebrate King's birthday

Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha led Cabinet members, officials and general public in an alms offering ceremony on Friday morning at the Royal Plaza in Bangkok to honor His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn on the occasion of his 65th birthday anniversary.

First stamp of King’s reign in high demand

Friday buying the first commemorative stamp featuring a portrait of His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn.

Emergency evacuations of at-risk groups amid flooding

AS HEAVY rains and flooding continued to pummel the country’s North and Northeast yesterday, elderly and sick people as well as children were evacuated on flat-bottom boats out of flood-hit communities in Tambon Bung Preu and Nong Wang in Nakhon Ratchasima’s Thepharak district.

Bangkok aims to halve road deaths

AFTER EXPERIENCING 600 road deaths last year, Bangkok is ramping up efforts to significantly lower its road casualties by 2019.

The twists and turns of a family dispute over Bangkok’s roads

THE DESCENDANTS of two prominent families have been fighting for years to have several small lanes in Bangkok named after their forebears – with a resolution only now in sight.

Wife of missing activist gets six months jail for encroachment

THE WIFE of a missing land rights activist was sentenced by the Supreme Court on Thursday to six months in jail on charges of encroachment on the Phu Sam Phaknam National Reserve forest in Chaiyaphoom.

Noen Maprang school floods, celebrations cancelled

Days of downpours in Phitsanulok's Noen Maprang district caused forest runoff to hit Ban Nam Pad with a one-metre-deep flood from 1am to 6am on Thursday.

Huge leap in drug-resistant bacteria affects kids

Drug resistance for some types of antibiotics among Thai children has jumped by more than 30 times over a period of 10 years, according to a 2011 report by the Public Health Ministry.

Avoid antibiotics for a cold: expert

Health experts have warned people against seeking unnecessary antibiotics for the common cold or other common minor illnesses.

Thais remember moments from the past with King

As the birthday of HM King Maha Vajiralongkorn comes closer, several Thais are recalling with joy the moments when they had a chance to get close to the royal.

‘No more inclusion in money-laundering blacklist’

THAILAND’S anti-money-laundering efforts have paid off and the country is confident it will no longer be included in any blacklist.

Rayong Bay a ‘dead sea’ for fishermen

Four years after oil spill, situation has not returned to normal.

Dam gates to be opened amid heavy rains

WITH TROPICAL depression Sonca looming and heavy rainfall expected, the Royal Irrigation Department has ordered water released from 11 major dams in the North, Northeast and Central region. There is a possibility of flooding in Ang Thong and Ayutthaya.

Evolving Thai language is so ‘tamu tami’

THE SLANG TERMS popular among young people this year are a mixed bag, with the most references accruing to lam yai, which means to feel annoyed; tamu tami, “cute” or “adorable”; and nok, or a person whose flirtations have been rejected.

Workers flock to migrant registration centres

More than 74,000 migrant workers have been registered during the first two days of the special registration period. Launched on Monday, the special registration will run until August 7.