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1. travel | 05 Dec 2013
» The Royal Thai Marine Corps in Chon Buri's Sattahip district does not only perform the duty of defending our territorial waters, but is also tasked with protecting the local marine ecosystem.
2. learning | 13 Feb 2013
» Post Today and Thai PBS are reporting this morning that 16 southern insurgents were killed in a failed early morning attach on a marine base in Bacho district of Narathiwat. A 24-hour curfew has been imposed on the area...
3. business | 29 Oct 2013
» IRPC Public Co., Ltd., received three Thailand Energy Awards 2013 in the categories of Outstanding Team in Energy Management, Outstanding Personnel Responsible for Energy in the Category of Plant Management and a Creati...
4. learning | 08 Nov 2011
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» 57-year-old Sompob Sridaranop, a civil servant attached to the Marine Department, has a skill that has made him a very busy man in recent weeks.
5. news | 23 Nov 2013
» The newly appointed commander of the Royal Thai Marine Corps task force unit for the far South faces a big challenge to fill the shoes of his predecessor.
6. learning | 28 Dec 2010
» The "Riviera of Asia" and Asia's foremost superyacht destination, multi-million-dollar holiday homes spread out along the landscaped plots of its coast.
7. learning | 26 Aug 2013
» The National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department (DNP) yesterday began the demolition of three illegal resorts on Koh Samet.
8. learning | 27 Nov 2012
» Most elephants living in captivity across the country suffer from work overload, malnutrition, and poor living conditions, says the Thai Elephant Conservation Centre.
9. multimedia | 28 Oct 2013
» FARC guerrillas in Colombia release a former U.S. marine kidnapped in June during a trek through jungle. Paul Chapman reports. - REUTERS
10. news | 03 Dec 2013
» Australian researchers on Tuesday launched the world's first crocodile attack database, hoping to establish whether conservation of the reptiles had "come back to bite itself".