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1. news | 06 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Sports
» PHUKET : Ray Roberts and OneSails Racing continued their storming run in the IRC Zero class on the penultimate day at the Phuket King's Cup Regatta yesterday.
2. opinion | 31 Oct 2013
» Members of parliament are elected officials. They are meant to represent the people in parliament. Upholding the law and working within the law, this is the duty and responsibility of the MPs who are the nation’s lawmake...
3. learning | 04 Apr 2013
Learning Thai from Post Today
» Parliament exists to make laws, some of which can be quite controversial. Here is one example.
4. learning | 14 Jun 2013
From our student reporters
By Jayna Milan
» Leeann and Jayna, our learning channel interns, made their way to parliament yesterday, where they learned about Thailand’s political history and the basics of reporting politics.
5. learning | 01 Jun 2012
» National reconciliation seemed a distant dream today as protestors cut off all access to parliament, halting debate on the proposed unity legislation for at least until next week.
6. learning | 03 May 2012
Easy English news
» Yesterday was day nine of the debate in parliament on a proposed amendment to Section 291 of the constitution, but there was another matter occupying the members attention as well.
7. news | 07 Nov 2013
» A number of Thammasat University's former students are marching from the university's Tha Phrachan campus along Ratchadamnoen Avenue to parliament, reports said.
8. news | 18 Nov 2013
» Australia yesterday landed their 10th win at the Nomura Cup after storming to successfully defend the title at the 26th edition in Chiang Rai.
9. learning | 21 Aug 2013
» Pandemonium and protests among bickering lawmakers marred parliament's debate on constitutional amendments yesterday with both sides hoping for a smoother session today.
10. learning | 08 Feb 2013
» There was nothing boring about yesterday's session of parliament after a Democrat MP Thursday sliced open a bag of the government's pledged rice, showing it was rotten.