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61. news | 22 Oct 2013
» Once upon a time a poisonous cane toad lived in the South Sea Islands, unloved and unwanted. Condemned as an ecological disaster, the Australian army was even deployed to get rid of it.
62. learning | 21 May 2012
» 203 Thai projects worth 30 billion baht get government go-ahead after easing of US economic sanctions against Burma.
63. learning | 17 Oct 2011
» As a fleet of tugboats tries to speed up the flow of river water into the sea, Bangkok has been declared largely safe. Officials are now worried, however, after the flooding of a nearby industrial estate.
64. learning | 25 Oct 2013
About jobs & career
» Passionate about history, Pornnatcha prepared from an early age for this exciting career that combines diving under the sea with archaeology.
65. news | 12 Dec 2013
» The political crisis at home does not affect the Thai team at the 27th SEA Games, officials said yesterday.
66. news | 23 Nov 2013
» Thailand's SEA Games (Under-23) team yesterday beat Brunei 2-0 in a warm-up match ahead of next month's tournament in Myanmar.
67. learning | 05 Jul 2013
» The shores of many places along China's Yellow Sea are green as algae growth has spread over an area of almost 30,000 square kilometres.
68. news | 14 Dec 2013
» NAY PYI TAW: HRH Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana says she is confident of winning an equestrian medal at the 27th SEA Games today.
69. learning | 24 Apr 2012
» Leaflets with rumor of Kuan Yin prophecy of earthquake part of scam to push real estate prices down but Phuket sits on solid rock 27 km deep.
70. learning | 12 Dec 2013
SEA Games opening ceremony
» Myanmar staged a colourful opening ceremony for the Southeast Asian Games Wednesday and Bangkok Post photographer Patipat Janthong was there.