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1. news | 25 Nov 2013
» Anti-government protesters have occupied the area outside the Government Public Relations Department in Phaya Thai district.
2. news | 01 Dec 2013
» Protesters led by former Democrat MPs Withaya Kaewparadai and Panich Vikijsreth marched from the Finance Ministry to occupy the Public Relations Department on Soi Aree Samphan off Rama 6 Road in Phayathai district, repor...
3. news | 26 Nov 2013
» Anti-government protesters, after laying siege to the Finance Ministry, the Budget Bureau, the Foreign Ministry and the Public Relations Department on Monday, announced they will occupy four more ministries on Tuesday, a...
4. news | 06 Nov 2013
» Chiang Mai has been chosen as the shooting location for Hollywood's ‘The Coup’ with the shooting already started this week until Dec 20, according to the province’s Public Relations Department.
5. learning | 16 Dec 2012
Easy English news
» The opening of the 60-metre Asiatique Sky wheel at the night bazaar turned into disaster when the foreign community learned they must pay more to ride. Update: Dual pricing now rescinded
6. news | 06 Dec 2013
» The Centre for the Administration of Peace and Order (Capo) has set up a special public relations team to counter claims by anti-government protest leaders.
7. news | 31 Oct 2013
» Australia's new Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has vowed to push for a new era in relations with Fiji, as the coup-plagued South Pacific nation prepares to stage long-awaited elections.
8. news | 28 Nov 2013
» A photo of Songkhla governor Grisada Boonrach standing on a mini-truck used by anti-government demonstrators, suggesting he was leading the protesters to his own provincial hall, was a false report in the news and on soc...
9. news | 23 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The Defence Ministry's public relations unit has admitted that peace talks with the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) separatist group have failed to bear fruit as violence continues to plague the far South.
10. lifestyle | 23 Oct 2013
» There is no denying that Thailand has become an increasingly bilingual environment, to a certain extent. Most signs and labels are written in both Thai and English, and public announcements, whether on the skytrain or at...