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  1. Pongpat, Kowit get 6 years in first scandal ruling

    Police scandal

    Pongpat, Kowit get 6 years in first scandal ruling

    31 Jan 2015 : The cases involved in the biggest police scandal in many years have reached the Criminal Court and we are finally finding out exactly what they involve. The first verdict was handed down yesterday.

  2. Begging paid school bills for her 4 children

    About poverty

    Begging paid school bills for her 4 children

    30 Jan 2015 : After business failure, debt & disabled arm drove her into begging, for 10 years their children back home in Surin never knew mom & dad supported them by begging.

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  1. Night of chaos in Ferguson (Updated)

    international news

    Night of chaos in Ferguson (Updated)

    25 Nov 2014 : The town of Ferguson erupted in violence as protesters shot at police and set cars and buildings ablaze Monday night after a grand jury chose not to indict a white officer who killed an unarmed black teen.

  2. Baby amulets: Kuman Thong

    General news

    Baby amulets: Kuman Thong

    24 Nov 2014 : Among the superstitutious, Kuman Thong, or baby amulets, remain as popular as ever, and, although illegal, actual baby body parts are sometimes used to make them.

  3. Finding

    Really easy English news

    Finding "cold" in Thailand

    23 Nov 2014 : For some people, "cool" is not enough. They want to know what "cold" is like.

  4. Tollway coffee

    Easy English news

    Tollway coffee

    22 Nov 2014 : A Facebook user likely did more harm than good to a small mobile coffee operator when he posted a video praising the operation which happens to be based at the side of a Bangkok expressway, probably illegally.

  5. Winter clothes time

    Really easy English news

    Winter clothes time

    21 Nov 2014 : In November when the first cool mornings arrive, Thai school children become even cuter than they normally are.

  6. Cycling lanes upgraded – and used as parking lots (updated)

    General news

    Cycling lanes upgraded – and used as parking lots (updated)

    21 Nov 2014 : Repair work on the 12 bicycle lanes covering eight kilometres around the Rattanakosin area is due to be finished by Dec. 5. It is hoped that the finished lanes will stand out enough to prevent bus, car and motorcycle drivers from parking on them, but that hasn't happened yet.

  7. Alien spider arrives on November 29

    Entertainment news

    Alien spider arrives on November 29

    21 Nov 2014 : Our entertainment reporters from both the Bangkok Post and Guru have taken notice of one of this year's biggest and strangest music events, featuring The Arcadia Spectacular’s Spider stage.

  8. Hunger Games too political for Lido and Scala (Updated

    Easy English news

    Hunger Games too political for Lido and Scala (Updated

    21 Nov 2014 : The management of the Lido and Scala theatres decided not to show The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 film for fear of political implications. However, Thailand's major cinema chains went ahead will plans to show the movie, starting yesterday. (Latest) Several people were detained outside movie theatres and later released.

  9. Students

    General news

    Students "welcome" Prayut in Northeast (Thursday update)

    19 Nov 2014 : Five Khon Kaen University students have been released for a second time after initially undergoing "attitude adjustment" for briefly interrupting the PM's campaign against drought with a Hunger-Games-style anti-coup salute. They are members of an activist group known as Dao Din.

  10. Vans, cabs, motorcycle taxis registered by year's end

    Public transportation

    Vans, cabs, motorcycle taxis registered by year's end

    19 Nov 2014 : Operators of public passenger vans have until the year-end to register with authorities or be banned. Meanwhile, registration and safety checks continue with motorcycle taxis and taxis.

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