A total of 11,548 motorists lost points in the first three weeks of the new driving licence demerits system, with Chai Nat province having the most offenders.
The cabinet approves increased minimum wages, ranging from 465 to 700 baht a day, for skilled workers in 17 occupations in three sectors.
The national police chief apologises over the alleged extortion of a visiting Taiwanese actress by Bangkok police, saying most police are decent people dedicated to serving the public.
SURAT THANI: More than 200,000 tourists visited Koh Samui in January, giving a welcome boost to the tourist island's economy.
The BBC’s Arabic Radio aired its last broadcast, ending 85 years of programming on the network’s first foreign-language service — one depended on by millions of listeners.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has called for an end to the "pointless" bickering over whether traditional boxing should be called Muay Thai or Kun Khmer, the term used by Cambodians hosting the event at the 32nd Southeast Asian Games in May.
Two police officers and five non-commissioned officers at Huai Khwang station have been transferred to inactive posts over the alleged extortion of a visiting Taiwanese actress.