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Update: Mon, Mar 27 2017    

Some students study on during the school break

IT ISN’T all play and no work for students during the school break as many join tutoring classes to catch up on tricky subjects and revise what they have learnt in their bids to excel.

‘Ko Tee’ weapons raid could be political: poll

POLITICAL motivation could be a factor in the recent seizure of a weapons cache allegedly concealed by red-shirt leader Wuttipong “Ko Tee” Kottham-makhun, according to a Suan Dusit Poll conducted from Monday to Saturday.

Warning to govt over ‘pro-coal hearings’

One-sided events will spur conflict in south if local voices not heard’, opponents say

Chula pays tribute to King Bhumibol at centenary celebrations

HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn chaired an event to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Chulalongkorn University and paid a tribute to late HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Sunday.

Violence worsening in deep South as RKK fields new recruits

Violence has been intensifying in the deep South during the past two weeks. 

Benz’s Racing’s seized bike snapped up at auction

A restaurant owner on Sunday successfully bid Bt694,000 at auction and came home with a BMW bike seized from motorsport star Akarakit Worarojcharoendet, alias Benz Racing.

Smog is now threatening the health of people in Lampang and Mae Hong Son provinces

The Pollution Control Department found that the amount of small dust particles smaller than 10 microns (PM10) already exceeded safe limits in Lampang and Mae Hong Son provinces on Sunday morning. 

Princess offers alms to mark Chula’s 100th anniversary 

HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn gave alms to monks on Sunday at Chulalongkorn University to mark its 100th anniversary. 

DSI to discuss ‘Ko Tee’ case

The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) will meet this week to discuss the case of a large cache of weapons being linked to a red-shirt leader and his network. 

Bangkok’s Earth Hour campaign a big success 

Bangkok’s Earth Hour campaign on Saturday was successful in cutting power consumption by 1,953 megawatts this year, thus preventing the emission of about 1,016 tonnes of carbon dioxide. 

400,000 schoolgirls to be vaccinated against human papilloma virus

Some 400,000 Prathom 5 schoolgirls nationwide will receive a vaccine against human papilloma virus (HPV) this July, said National Health Security Office (NHSO) acting secretary-general Chuchai Sornchumni. 

Activist issues warning to govt on coal-fired plants in South

An environmentalist has warned against using Monday’s public forums to legitimise construction of coal-fired power plants in the South.  The proposed plants have encountered strong opposition from locals. 

Witnesses too scared to talk of Lahu slaying

THE NATIONAL Human Rights Commission (NHRC) team visiting Chiang Dao district in the far North to probe the extrajudicial killing of young Lahu activist Chaiyapoom Pasae will ask to see all evidence, especially the closed-circuit TV recording, which authorities claim shows Chaiyapoom resisting officers who stopped him at a checkpoint, plus autopsy results.

Khao San set for ‘toned down Songkran’

SONGKRAN revellers will be disappointed if they expect a fun-filled water fight near Bangkok’s Khao San Road, a popular area with tourists and backpackers.

Buri Ram set for MotoGP bonanza

A GOVERNMENT plan for Buri Ram to host MotoGP international motorcycle road racing has been eagerly welcomed by local residents and businesses alike – with almost Bt2 billion in revenue expected to be earned and some Bt500 million going to the northeastern province.

State-of-the-art track ideal for world-class event

BURIRAM UNITED International Circuit is designed by German racing-circuit architect Hermann Tilke. The 4.5km track was built in 2013 with a huge Bt2-billion budget to serve as a major racing venue.

Shake-up planned for Bangkok councils

BANGKOK, with a population of about 12 million, is about to get a major shake-up – if new reform proposals by local administrators get the nod.

Fires in Myanmar blanket the far North in smog

THE UPPER North continues to suffer from haze, although it stemmed mainly from many fires in neighbouring Myanmar, a senior official said yesterday.

Hua Lamphong shuts out homeless at night

IN A BID to prevent homeless people from sleeping inside Hua Lamphong train station at night, the State Railway Authority (SRT) last week strictly enforced an order to close the railway hub for three and a half hours.

Top private school launches programme catering to students with special needs

IT IS A TRUTH of life that we are all different. However, we are all human. Children are the same. No matter what their condition, they have the right to a standard of living and especially education.