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Update: Mon, Sep 24 2018    

What prehistoric secrets might this Krabi cave hold?

A physician has urged state agencies to conduct a scientific survey of a Krabi cave where he found fossils of suspected prehistoric Java rhinos and hyenas.

Unesco visits Kui Buri park to gauge situation

Representatives of Unesco’s World Heritage Committee visited the Kui Buri National Park on Sunday to gather information about the conflicts it has been hit with, and gauge if the Kaeng Krachan Forest Complex, which it is part of, can be granted the World Heritage Site status.


The fact that, globally, one in nine deaths is attributed to air pollution should cause everyone to pay attention to air-quality indexes and find means of protection

PM confident no massive flooding this year

Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha is pleased with the Royal Irrigation Department’s handing of waters from upstream rivers and is confident there will be no massive flooding in central provinces this year.

BMA set to swoop on pigeon fanciers

BANGKOK has too many pigeons, according to health officials, and anyone caught feeding them can now be fined or jailed.

Ford ordered to pay customers Bt23m

‘Historic’ verdict hailed by lawyer after car giant found to have sold defective vehicles

Special Report : Official air quality standards raise concerns

Acceptable PM2.5 levels in Thailand still too high and fail to meet world standards, say critics.

Ford ordered to pay Bt23 million to 296 owners of faulty vehicles

Ford Thailand was ordered on Friday to pay compensation worth Bt23 million to buyers of three of its models that were found to have defective clutch and gear systems.

Many rape cases stalled or ‘settled’ by police, says foundation

MOST RAPE CASES – including child rape cases – are “settled” by police before they reach court, according to the Women and Men Progressive Movement Foundation, which monitors rape case reports and helps victims of domestic and sexual violence.

Assessment reports of Pak Lay and Pak Beng dam found to be identical

Plagiarism has been detected in the Transboundary Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (TBESIA) as well as Cumulative Impact Assessment (CIA) of the proposed Pak Lay Dam project in Laos.

Pattani court sentences duo to death over Big C bombing

THE PATTANI Provincial Court yesterday sentenced Su-ai-mee Sama-ae and Sama-ae Mamah to death for their role in the 2017 Big C department store bomb attack that injured 61 people, including children, and caused millions of baht worth of property damage, Pattani Task Force commander Maj-General Jatuporn Kalampasut said.

NHRC to probe Army’s ‘special measures’ in Pattani district

THE National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has taken up a complaint by Pattani residents against the Fourth Army Region’s declaration of “special control zones” in Nong Chik district.

Loan-shark victims get land back

Over 4,000 land documents returned in ceremonies nationwide yesterday

Confusion over number of missing Thawan paintings

A police chief investigating a claim that 113 paintings of late national artist Thawan Duchanee had gone missing from his house on Thursday cast doubt on the allegation by saying that officers could so far only confirm that 10 could not be found.

Owners told to report fishy jewellery 

Owners of jewellery containing a dorsal fin from a bowmouth guitarfish (Rhina ancylostoma), must report it to the authorities by November 29 or face a fine.

Soi Dog Foundation welcomes plan to ban dog meat trade in Hanoi

The Phuket-based Soi Dog foundation has welcomed the ban on the sale of dog meat in Hanoi.

Agriculture initiative up for approval

Govt offering farmers incentives to join public-private scheme for mutual benefit

War of words over missing paintings

INVESTIGATION into the alleged disappearance of more than 100 paintings by the renowned late national artist Thawan Duchanee is continuing, but what has come to light is the family feud between Thawan’s son and his 70-year-old stepmother.

Lack of papers leaves many Rohingya jobless

MANY MUSLIM migrants living in Nakhon Si Thammarat province cannot work legally because they do not have nationality verification documents.

Film reminds society to set love free, break gender chains

WITH ITS LGBT theme, a Thai film that first premiered in 2012 has not become rusty with time. That’s why Amnesty Thailand recently chose to screen “Mai Dai Khor Hai Ma Rak” (“It Gets Better”) to highlight its message about something to which Thai society has largely turned a blind eye.