Limits on ganja use

Limits on ganja use

People will be allowed to grow no more than 15 cannabis plants for household use while selling and advertising cannabis and cannabis-based products online and in vending machines will be prohibited.

04:00
City to rezone nightspots

City to rezone nightspots

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) plans to work with the Metropolitan Police Bureau to revise zoning for night entertainment venues.

04:30
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08:01

Jab centre to stay open extra month

Bang Sue Grand Station's Central Vaccination Centre (CVC) will remain open another month until the end of September as the country works to meet the target of providing first booster shots to at least 60% of the population.

08:01
Jab centre to stay open extra month
07:49

2,110 new Covid inpatients, 27 more deaths

The country registered 27 more Covid-19 fatalities and 2,110 new cases admitted to hospitals during the previous 24 hours, the Public Health Ministry announced on Friday morning.

07:49
2,110 new Covid inpatients, 27 more deaths
06:17

Ousted leader to leave next week

Ex-Sri Lanka president Gotabaya Rajapaksa will reportedly leave Thailand to return to the island nation next week.

06:17
Ousted leader to leave next week
06:00

OVEC drives the Thai economy with vocational excellence

The Office of the Vocational Education Commission (OVEC), a government agency under the Ministry of Education responsible for developing vocational education in Thailand with special focus on new S-Curve industries in accordance with national strategies, confirms that Thailand has hundreds of vocational training programmes at both public and private institutions educating around one million students nationwide.

06:00
OVEC drives the Thai economy with vocational excellence
05:12

Group wants opinions on Gen Prayut's tenure

A group of academics and media outlets urges the public to take part in an online poll to express opinions on the dispute over when Prime Minister Prayut's tenure ends.

05:12
Group wants opinions on Gen Prayut's tenure
04:30

City to rezone nightspots

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) plans to work with the Metropolitan Police Bureau to revise zoning for night entertainment venues.

04:30
City to rezone nightspots
04:00

CCSA to mull Covid downgrade

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) will today discuss a proposal by the national communicable disease committee to downgrade Covid-19 to a communicable disease under surveillance from its current state as a serious communicable disease.

04:00
04:00

BRN reveals motive for recent blasts

The Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) separatist movement has claimed responsibility for the wave of attacks on convenience stores in the far South early on Wednesday, calling them a symbol of state-backed capitalism that is ruining local economies.

04:00
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Hong Kong bans film over one-second scene showing 2014 protest

Hong Kong censors have banned an award-winning animation from being shown over a one-second scene depicting the 2014 pro-democracy protests, local media reported, in the latest sign of free speech curbs in the finance hub.

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Depression debate

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