FEARS OF ENVIRONMENTAL DISASTER FROM OIL-LADEN SHIP SINKING OFF SRI LANKA

A chemical-laden cargo ship is sinking off the coast of Sri Lanka, sparking fears of an environmental disaster. The Singapore-registered X-Press Pearl...

‘PHETCHABURI RISING’; PRIVATE AND GOVERNMENT SECTORS JOINING TO RE-START BUSINESS IN THE PROVINCE

Mr. Phakphong Thawipat, the Governor of Phetchaburi has supported the Thailand government's policy to open the province to stimulate tourism, trade and...

US BOOSTS THAILAND’S ABILITY TO FIGHT WILDLIFE CRIMES

The US-sponsored Asia-Pacific Judicial Symposium on Best Practices in Environmental Courts and Adjudication, held online from June 17-18, brought together dozens of...

COOL RUNNINGS – VIETNAM STYLE

Vietnam's Bobsled Team is preparing  for the 2022 Winter Olympics, if the athletes qualify, it would be the first time Vietnam has...

ILLEGAL UEFA BETTING ARRESTS IN FOUR LOCATIONS INCLUDING HUA HIN

Seven people have been arrested for allegedly operating online gambling website for people to bet on Euro 2020 football matches with over...

TAT PRESS RELEASE: OCTOBER ROYAL COAST OPENING – IF WE’RE READY

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has made a press release describing arrangements between July 1st until October detailing the staged reopening...

‘BAD STUDENTS’ PROTESTING AGAINST LGBT DISCRIMINATION

‘Bad Students’, a pupil-based education reform group, has staged a protest against discrimination of LGBT students in schools at the Ministry of...

QUEEN SIRIKIT NATIONAL CONVENTION CENTRE – A NEW ERA FOR BANGKOK’S MICE SCENE

The new Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC) is under construction set to be opened in September next year.

FOCUS ON FACTORIES FOR COVID ASSESSMENTS AND VACCINATIONS

The Industry Ministry is calling on all factory operators nationwide to complete COVID-19 risk assessment forms, via the Thai Stop Covid Plus...

OLYMPICS RESTRICTIONS AN ANTI-CLIMAX FOR JAPANESE CONDOM MAKERS

For Japanese condom makers, the Olympics was supposed to be a golden opportunity, with hordes of eager tourists and tens of thousands...