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1. learning | 16 Feb 2012
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» The first to post photos of Tuesday’s bombing on Sukhumvit Soi 71, motorcycle taxi driver, Dejchat Puangket, is now something of a celebrity.
2. travel | 22 Jan 2015
» Every weekend and on public holidays, two free five-hour boat trips to nine temples on and around Koh Kret in Nonthaburi province will be held per day for those wanting to know more about the way of life, art and culture...
3. news | 02 Dec 2014
» Authorities yesterday handed out the first batch of new queue vests to registered motorcycle taxi drivers and another 100,000 vests are expected to be handed out next year.
4. learning | 21 Jan 2015
Social media in the news
» Some Bangkok taxi drivers are apparently refusing to take Japanese passengers in reaction to the banning of an airport taxi driver at the centre of a Japanese man’s viral Facebook complaint. The taxi drivers' associ...
5. tech | 16 Dec 2014
» PARIS - Dozens of taxi drivers held a go-slow in Paris on Monday in their latest protest against competition from the Uber taxi app.
6. business | 02 Dec 2014
Newspaper section: Business
» Uber Technologies Inc, creator of the GPS-based smartphone app, is urging the government to review taxi-licensing regulations to alleviate mounting conflicts between traditional taxi services and the company's autom...
7. learning | 20 Nov 2012
» Singapore taxi driver returns 26 million baht left in taxi in a paper bag to Thai couple vacationing in Singapore.
8. learning | 19 Nov 2014
» Operators of public passenger vans have until the year-end to register with authorities or be banned. Meanwhile, registration and safety checks continue with motorcycle taxis and taxis.
9. learning | 20 Aug 2014
» Another day, another crackdown. Yesterday it was illegally parked vehicles; this time it is motorcycle street racers. It is for real, police say, and racing must be eliminated from roads nationwide within seven days.
10. learning | 18 Oct 2012
Easy English news
» Young motorcycle racers may take police warnings more seriously if a new tyre puncturing device is put into use on Bangkok streets.