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Update: Mon, Nov 20 2017    

Charges ready against NOB ex-directors

THE National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) will shortly forward charges to public prosecutors against three former senior officials of the National Office of Buddhism who are accused of stealing money from a temple’s state grants.

N KOREAN ENVOY: We want peace but ready for war with US

NORTH KOREAN Ambassador to Thailand Mun Song-mo says his country will “definitely win” any war with the United States if Washington does not drop its “plan to destroy us”.

New bill to tackle education gap for low-income students

THE INDEPENDENT Committee for Education Reform (ICER) will today present the Equitable Education Fund Bill to Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha.

Two men face perjury charge in Jomsap case

Complaints filed against convicted ex-teacher’s close friend and man who claimed responsibility for fatal 2005 accident

Asean navies focus on marine environment

Pattaya conference of regional maritime forces emphasises consensus in south china sea, unified early warning system

Thai contestant appeals for votes in Miss Universe 2017 contest

IF YOU want to have your say and help Miss Universe Thailand Mareeya Poonlertlarb return home with the Miss Universe 2017 crown, be ready for pre-voting that will open tomorrow at noon.

Poor really are getting poorer in Thailand


Thai masseuses warned about Korean sex networks

THE DEPARTMENT of Special Investigation (DSI) has issued a warning to Thai women planning to work as traditional masseuses in South Korea, following the arrests of key members of a Thai-Korean criminal network soliciting sex workers.

Locals point to severe water pollution near Akara gold mine


Two men arrested in call centre scam

POLICE on Saturday arrested two Malaysian men on charges of being members of a call centre gang that tricked their victims into paying them money.

10 Phuket police moved to inactive posts in Bangkok

The police inspector-general has issued two orders to transfer 10 Phuket police officers to inactive posts in Bangkok, causing dissatisfaction and affecting the morale of other officers.

Most Thais support alcohol sales ban on Buddhist holidays

A majority of Thai people support the ban on the sale of alcoholic drinks on national Buddhist holidays and at venues around educational institutions, a survey has found.

Nine face perjury charges after court rejects bid for retrial

THE SUPREME Court yesterday threw out a former teacher’s request to seek a fresh trial into a 2005 fatal road accident in which she was convicted and jailed.

Lay Pang to be raised at Phuket Zoo after tests show it is an ‘alien species’

Phuket Zoo will be the new home of Lay Pang, a crocodile caught in Phuket province a few months ago, after lab tests showed that the reptile was an “alien species” and could not be released to the wild.

Charged senior medical officer transferred

Move comes after guard seriously injured when he is dragged by car in muang district.

Cutting plastic waste pollution at sea on agenda at Asean-China meeting in Phuket

THAILAND’S GOAL to gradually eradicate plastic waste at sea by 80 million to 160 million kilograms a year by 2021, is expected to be affirmed by Jatuporn Burutpat, chief of the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources, at the upcoming Asean and China Sea Waste Reduction Meeting, to be held in Phuket from November 22-23.

Online records to follow ex-inmates throughout life

Police will keep an online database of records of DNA samples and fingerprints of some 300,000 inmates nationwide as a preventive measure intended to discourage them from committing crimes again, senior officials said on Friday.

Factory suspected of fake Royal Cremation pins raided

Police and Army officers on Friday raided a factory manufacturing counterfeit pins commemorating King Rama IX’s Royal Cremation.

New reception house opens for Bangkok homeless

The Social Development and Human Security Ministry on Friday opened a new reception house for homeless and underprivileged people in Bangkok’s Huay Kwang district.

Verbal abuse rife as one-third of families live with some form of domestic violence

HURFTUL WORDS are among the root causes of domestic violence, with a survey revealing that some form of abuse exists in one in three families in Thailand.