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1. learning | 30 Aug 2011
» Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung is demanding that police clear Bangkok of all gambling dens within three days. Our editor-in-chief is betting that won't happen.
2. news | 02 Apr 2013
» Civil servants have been advised to avoid the evils of gambling, with a warning their employment could be terminated, as a study points to a rising addiction to gambling among their ranks, particularly teachers.
3. news | 21 May 2013
» Casino industry leaders met in the world's biggest gambling hub of Macau on Tuesday for the Global Gaming Expo Asia, a three-day fair of gambling innovations at the glitzy Venetian Macau hotel.
4. learning | 31 Aug 2011
» Gambling crackdowns, short-lived, fizzle out when the public gets bored. Police bribes soon resume and the lucrative underground industry continues.
5. learning | 19 Jun 2012
» Gambling becomes sickness when thrill of winning or losing is so great, you can't stop, even if you lose everything.
6. news | 11 Apr 2013
» Students and young people are increasingly at risk of harm from online gambling due to widespread access to internet-equipped devices, a seminar was told yesterday.
7. learning | 22 Jan 2012
Easy English news
» Gambling is normally exciting enough to draw punters, but one well-hidden and illegal Bangkok casino apparently had another attraction: topless women
8. learning | 01 Apr 2013
» Licence plate of Prime Minister's van is so popular as lottery bet that bookies refuse to take bets on it.
9. learning | 30 Mar 2012
» Gambling, money laundering, buying up national forests, luxury housing estates & five-star hotels, payoffs to corrupt police & govt officials.
10. learning | 31 Jan 2012
Easy English news
» The underground gambling industry is furious with outspoken Rak Thailand Party leader Chuvit Kamolvisit and police aren't very happy with him either. Now you can add the Thai Journalist's association to that list...