<b><font color="yellow">COMMENTARY</b></font> People are more willing to join the protest against the banning of the Nua Mek 2 soap opera than pressure the government to clean up lead-contaminated Klity Creek, writes Kultida Samabuddhi.
Sites are more than a means to an end
One of the most popular ways to welcome the New Year was Wai Phra Kao Wat, Wai Kasat Kao Phra Ong...
Bad cops and the Thai image
<b><font color="yellow">COMMENTARY</b></font> Police have been involved in many unlawful acts, and this has been yet another year tainted by police scams, law-breaking and heartlessness. By Kultida Samabuddhi
A bad futsal stadium job
<b><font color="yellow">COMMENTARY</b></font> Bangkok authorities should know that making people forget about Fifa's rejection of the arena will take more than simply deleting the word "futsal" from the name. By Kultida Samabuddhi
Killing society with hate
<b><font color="yellow">COMMENTARY</b></font> Too many of those who treat the Thaksin assassination reports as entertainment take it too far by actually voicing hopes the ex-premier will be killed. By Kultida Samabuddhi
Stain of child labour
At Samut Sakhon, a seafood processing hub, one can easily find clues about the plight of young migrants from Myanmar toiling in the seafood factories.
How we fail our kids
<b><font color="yellow">COMMENTARY</b></font> When researchers found that 82 out of 907 students at 15 schools had high blood lead counts, fingers were point at nearby factories but the contamination was in the schools. By Kultida Samabuddhi
Feminine 'white' wash goes too far
'Every woman is concerned!" is the message on the website of a feminine wash product of pharmaceutical giant Sanofi Aventis.
Stop the flood arguing, solve this dam mess
Flood or drought. Dams overflowing or no water left in the dams. Nothing is scarier than seeing the country's water...
For Olympic blame, look to ourselves
Thai sports officials and sports association bosses should be grateful to the International Boxing Association...