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1. news | 27 Feb 2015
» City Hall is to begin cleaning up nine major Bangkok canals by relocating about 200 families squatting along Khlong Lat Phrao to clear the way for new boat services.
2. news | 25 Feb 2015
» City Hall has denied allegations it has intimidated vendors at Khlong Thom Market in Bangkok's Chinatown to get them to relocate their stalls.
3. news | 21 Feb 2015
» To the kids at Wat Makut Kasattriyaram kindergarten, their new stainless steel food trays look nicer than the old aluminium ones — and maybe their food even tastes better. That it is more hygienic is not something they i...
4. news | 20 Feb 2015
» City Hall is optimistic it can clear a debt it owes to one of the four warehouse operators storing fire trucks at the centre of the firefighting equipment procurement scandal.
5. news | 07 Feb 2015
» A group of residents opposing the Aetas Hotel project accused the City Hall of footdragging over demolishing the hotel's high floors as ordered by the Supreme Administrative Court.
6. news | 07 Feb 2015
» For decades water transport and the riverside way of life have been vanishing from the city's canals. But today, everything is being done to restore the "Venice of the East" image, with City Hall's latest offer...
7. news | 29 Jan 2015
» The deputy Bangkok governor's plan to relaunch condom vending machines in city-run schools is getting a mixed reaction, with the city's own public health division doubting it will work.
8. news | 26 Jan 2015
» The verdict in City Hall's lengthy court battle with an Austrian supplier over its ill-fated fire truck procurement nine years ago is out.
9. news | 24 Jan 2015
» The labour union of the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) yesterday urged City Hall to clear up ambiguity about its plan to transfer the BMTA from the Transport Ministry's jurisdiction to its own.
10. news | 24 Jan 2015
» It was lunchtime in December and Asok Road was clogged with traffic. As soon as the traffic light turned red, a woman — among the crowd waiting to cross the road — rushed to be the first to set foot on the pedestrian cro...