Update: Wed, Sep 18 2019
A former elected Bangkok senator has announced her intention to run for Bangkok governor. The Office of Basic Education Commission (Obec) is confident there will be enough teachers when the second semester begins on Nov 1 even as 26,000 teachers are due to retire by the end of this month. Local oil prices will not rise in the short term despite tight global supply after authorities cut contributions to the oil fund. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has scrapped all 150 so-called smart taxi stands and plans to turn ones along BTS skytrain lines into parking areas for motorcycles, its Traffic and Transport Department director, Phanurak Klannurak, said. About 80% of people oppose an increase in taxi fares and find the vehicles to be in poor condition, according to a survey by the Department of Land Transport. CHIANG MAI: It is life as normal for giant panda Lin Hui, who has exhibited no change of behaviour since the death of her mate Xung Xuang at Chiang Mai zoo on Monday. Reaffirming that Apex Medical Center delivers the highest quality and international standards. “BTS Kerry Express Service” a brand new super-fast parcel delivery service within 3 hours! CHIANG MAI: Two women from the same village were arrested while travelling with 2.5 million speed pills on their pickup truck in Fang district early on Tuesday morning. The Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA), led by Mr Wanchai Chiarawattanavit, Deputy Governor, has received the 2019 Public Sector Excellence Award (PSEA) for its MEA EV application.