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41. news | 12 Apr 2013
» The Corrections Department has transferred two high-profile separatist convicts from a maximum security prison in Songkhla to a jail in their home province of Yala.
42. business | 07 May 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» With all the hype surrounding Myanmar these days, investors could be forgiven for not paying as much attention to Thailand’s northeastern neighbour. A number of exciting developments took place in Laos in 2012 and more a...
43. learning | 09 Nov 2012
About politics & murder
» Dead mayor made many enemies with corruption investigations against local govt officials, opposition to projects, others suspended or expelled ...
44. learning | 03 Apr 2012
Easy English news
» Songkhla police on Monday released footage of two men suspected of carrying out the car bomb attack at the Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel on Saturday.
45. learning | 28 Dec 2012
About travel & religion
» Made from gold 300 years ago, this statue of the goddess is bathed once a year, a chance to make wishes & promises to the goddess.
46. learning | 18 Jun 2012
Easy English news
» Krabi police have not been able to determine what killed two sisters at their hotel room on Koh Phi Phi. Further tests will be necessary either in Bangkok or Songkhla.
47. news | 20 Mar 2013
» SONGKHLA - A Malaysian woman was arrested at the southern border and charged with smuggling 98 kilogrammes of kratom leaves into Thailand.
48. business | 16 Apr 2013
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49. news | 01 May 2013
» Chob Yodkaew, renowned economist and revered community leader in Songkhla, has died following a stroke on Wednesday. He was 78.
50. opinion | 05 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: News
» After weeks of anxiety over the energy crisis, the country can sigh with relief today.