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1. learning | 10 Jan 2013
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» From amateur photos appearing in the news in recent days, you might believe that Thailand has a thriving community of aliens from outer space. The latest shows a tiny alien on a Krabi beach.
2. news | 10 Jan 2015
» Labour officials are expanding the registration of foreign workers to cover Vietnamese nationals after finding many of them work here illegally.
3. learning | 25 Dec 2013
» Just as the anti-government PDRC yesterday ended its siege of the Thai-Japanese Stadium, the election candidacy registration venue, a new and more radical group is trying to break inside.
4. opinion | 16 Jan 2015
GURU EDITOR'S NOTE
» Good golly folks, I don’t know what’s come over me! Suddenly I’ve found myself partaking in peculiar behaviours like watching baseball, eating hamburgers, shunning shopping malls, being on time, and patiently waiting for...
5. lifestyle | 02 Dec 2014
» It took Gravity Thailand, the organiser of Arcadia: Bangkok Landing, two years to land The Spider at Siam Park City, but it finally touched down on Saturday.
6. learning | 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.
7. business | 22 Jan 2015
» Prepaid mobile phone users will no longer be able to use the mobile service if they fail to register their personal information under a national telecom regulator circular, effective Feb 1.
8. news | 14 Jan 2015
» Bangkok traffic police are due to begin issuing electronic tickets from hand-held devices in March, and motorists who don't pay their fines will not be able to renew their annual vehicle registration.
9. business | 09 Jan 2015
» The Labour Ministry likely will begin registering illegal Vietnamese workers in March, giving them legal status much as the government did with labourers from three Asean neighbours last year.
10. news | 28 Dec 2014
» The families of two people shot dead a year ago during candidate registration for the annulled general election are still waiting for justice.