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1. news | 25 Feb 2015
» Police have begun patroling on mountain bikes in Phitsanulok town centre, in a move that both saves energy and makes it easier and quicker to get to crime scenes in the often crowded downtown area.
2. news | 24 Feb 2015
» Villagers hunting paddy rats found 18 rounds for an M79 grenade launcher and two 60mm mortar rounds dumped in scrub near a creek in tambon Sanamkhli of Bang Krathum district, Phitsanulok province, on Tuesday morning.
3. learning | 21 Sep 2010
» In Phitsanulok a "land consolidation" model will rearrange farms to make efficient use of irrigation water delivered via dikes and ditches.
4. learning | 18 Jan 2013
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» Parking at Phitsanulok Airport is expensive – 70,000 baht a month for just two spots. Of course, these are not ordinary parking spots.
5. opinion | 05 Feb 2015
» Airport taxis have yet again become the talk of the town. Last month, when a Japanese man took an airport taxi, instead of being charged the standard 35 baht fee, the driver insisted on a starting rate of 75 baht.
6. business | 03 Feb 2015
» DUBAI – Fresh from capturing the title of busiest international airport from London’s Heathrow, Dubai International Airport has set its sights on becoming the world’s top hub by retail sales this year as a flood of Chine...
7. news | 23 Jan 2015
» The Land Transport Department (LTD) has denied a request by a group of taxi drivers at Suvarnabhumi airport for an airport surcharge for passengers with excessive luggage.
8. learning | 31 Jul 2012
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» Suvarnabhumi airport's eastern runway will open for business at noon today, ten days ahead of schedule, says airport general manager Somchai Sawasdeepon.
9. news | 26 Feb 2015
» The Department of Primary Industries and Mines has given Akara Resources Plc permission to resume gold mining in Phichit, Phitsanulok and Phetchabun provinces, but concerned locals are preparing to oppose the operations.
10. news | 09 Feb 2015
» PHITSANULOK - A group of farmers who delivered their crops of a new strain of grain, Rice Berry, to a wholesaler but did not get paid have finally received the first down payment on their harvests.