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Update: Wed, Mar 21 2018    

NHSO committed to helping kids with Down’s syndrome

The National Health Security Office (NHSO) has noted World Down’s Syndrome Day with an assurance that its universal health coverage includes the care and development of children with the syndrome.

AMLO urges elderly to be alert over call-centre scammers posing as police

Many elderly people have fallen victim to call-centre scammers who portray themselves as senior police officers, the Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) revealed on Tuesday.

More suspects sought in alleged Bt88m educational fund embezzlement case

Official’s claim of sole responsibility is ‘unconvincing’ given scale of corruption.

‘New angle’ strengthens case against Premchai: prosecutors

PROSECUTORS have found a “new angle” they have claimed solidifies poaching allegations against Italian-Thai Develop-ment Plc president Premchai Karnasuta, while his wife was yesterday charged with possessing two pairs of African elephant tusks without a permit.

Reports of poisoned stray dogs outrage animal-rights groups

TEN animal-rights groups and other animal lovers will rally outside the head offices of the Department of Livestock Development (DLD) in Bangkok at 1pm today to object to DLD officials’ “cold-hearted” slaughter of dogs, Watchdog Thailand legal assistant and veterinarian Pattaranan Sajarom said yesterday.

HM the King marks bicentennial Thai-US ties

His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn presided over the opening of an exhibition hosted by the US government on Tuesday at Queen Sirikit Textile Museum, which features nearly 80 gifts exchanged between the country’s heads of state and delegations over the past two centuries of bilateral relations.

Premchai’s wife charged with having two pairs of African elephant tusks

The wife of embattled construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta was on Tuesday charged with having two pairs of African elephant tusks without a permit.

Lao drug kingpin sentenced to life

The Criminal Court on Tuesday sentenced to death a Lao drug dealer after finding him guilty of smuggling narcotics, including heroin and methamphetamine (known as yaba), into the country.

PM urged to allow elections for Social Security Office board

The Social Security Network for Working People has urged Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha to allow an election for representatives of employers and social security recipients to the board of the new Social Security Office (SSO).

All BTS escalators to be checked after complaint of loose step

Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTSC) on Tuesday ordered that escalators at all BTS Skytrain stations be inspected after a step on one escalator at Phaya Thai station slipped off, leaving a hazardous gap.

Thousands remain in danger after landslide

Families accuse Egat of causing latest incident by ignoring supreme court.

‘Overwhelmed’ PACC detects graft at 5 more welfare centres

ALLEGED IRREGULARITIES have been found at five more provincial protection centres for the destitute, bringing the total number of scandal-tainted centres to 49, with estimated total damages of Bt104 million, Public Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) secretary-general Korntip Daroj said yesterday.

Premchai’s wife may face arrest over elephant tusks 

The natural resources and environment police chief on Monday said he would seek an arrest warrant for the wife of embattled Italian-Thai Development president Premchai Karnasuta if she fails to meet police on Tuesday concerning her alleged possession of elephant tusks without a permit.

Disposal unit called in after practice bombs found at Bangkok construction site

A total of 103 non-explosive BDU-33 dumb – or practice – bombs were found at a construction site near Vajira Hospital in Bangkok on Monday morning.

Thammasat University reinstates transgender lecturer

Thammasat University has complied with an Administrative Court verdict and agreed to rehire transgender lecturer Kathawut “Kath” Khangpiboon within 60 days.

Iris scanning underway as coastal provinces register migrant workers

Five coastal provinces with large numbers of migrant workers have pioneered the use of iris scans in the registration procedure, the governor of Samut Sakhon said on Monday.

Khon Kaen deputy governor apologises for letter referring to ‘people’s stupidity’

KHON KAEN DEPUTY GOVERNOR Suchai Butsara has issued a public apology, after “the wrong choice of words” in a leaked official document whipped up a storm of criticism.

Evacuations considered as landslides fell power poles and close road at Egat’s Lampang mine

LANDSLIDES HAVE continued in a waste dump zone at the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) Mae Moh mine in Lampang province.

FDA recalls faulty rabies vaccines partly blamed for epidemic

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recalled and destroyed substandard rabies vaccines, which have been partly blamed for the current spread of rabies, in late 2016.

Vorayuth pursuit ‘harmed’ by Interpol