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1. news | 06 Nov 2013
» The Public Health Ministry has revised its target to reduce the death toll from road accidents after the original target proved too ambitious.
2. news | 18 Nov 2013
» A 12-year-old boy suffered a neck injury and a teenager lost parts of his fingers in accidents while playing with firecrackers on Loy Krathong Day yesterday.
3. learning | 09 Aug 2012
About safety & quality of life
» 30 killed in road accidents every day rising to 50-60 during New Years & Songkran. New alcohol laws to improve safety, reduce injuries & deaths.
4. news | 10 Dec 2013
» Singapore's leaders on Tuesday appealed for calm after the country's worst rioting in decades, when hundreds of foreign workers clashed with police following a fatal road accident.
5. learning | 19 Apr 2013
About road safety
» 321 dead, 3,040 injured, 78.11% motorcycles, 21% no helmet, alcohol 39.11%, speeding 23.59%, 232,600 no helmet violations.
6. learning | 15 Jun 2012
» Sleep loss leads to weight gain, memory loss, dark baggy eyes, road accidents, horrible sleepy feelings, anger, impatience & lack of concentration. Alcohol makes it worse.
7. news | 09 Dec 2013
» Hundreds of South Asian workers rioted in Singapore late Sunday after being enraged by a fatal road accident, leaving 18 people injured and police vehicles burnt in the city-state's worst outbreak of violence in more...
8. news | 24 Oct 2013
» Electronic ticketing of vehicles will be introduced in Bangkok next year as part of a policy of strict enforcement of traffic laws to reduce congestion and the number of road accidents in the capital, police said on Thur...
9. learning | 04 Jan 2012
Easy English news
» After five of the so-called "seven days of danger" over the New Year period, overall accidents have been fewer, but they have killed more people than in the same period last year.
10. news | 26 Oct 2013
» An elevated road project above the heavily congested Asoke Montri Road in Bangkok has been revived to relieve severe traffic problems - but locals continue to oppose it.