General
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Most people still worry about Covid-19: Suan Dusit Poll

A majority of people still worry about the Covid-19 spread although there have been no new infections in the country for over 30 consecutive days, according to an opinion survey by the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit Poll.

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09:52

Majority for cabinet reshuffle: Nida Poll

A majority of people think it is now time for a cabinet reshuffle, with some say the reshuffle should involve the entire cabinet while others say only some ministers should be replaced, according to an opinion survey by the National Institute of Development Administration, or Nida Poll.

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06:00

Lao dam project sparks environmental concerns

The latest dam project set for the Mekong River this year, spearheaded by the Lao government in Luang Prabang province, has renewed fears among other countries through which the river passes of the effect such structures have on the surrounding environment.

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05:00

Mass exodus on the road

More than 2 million people used public transport to travel to their provincial homes and for leisure trips on the eve of the Asahna Bucha Day and Buddhist Lent weekend.

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On the road again
04:00

Violence flares again in deep South with explosion, gunfire

Violence in Narathiwat, one of three restive southernmost provinces, has flared again with gunfights and a bomb explosion in a small village in Su-ngai Padi district, officials said yesterday.

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04:00

Strict rules for US army delegates

A delegation led by the US army chief of staff has been required to self-isolate before their arrival for 14 days for a two-day trip under a special arrangement, Gen Somsak Roongsita, secretary-general of the National Security Council (NSC) said yesterday.

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04:00

3 designs to rebuild historic building

The Fine Arts Department (FAD) will propose three blueprints for the public to choose in rebuilding the Bombay Burmah, a teak wood house in Phrae province which was demolished last month.

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04:00

Lawyer casts doubt over donations made to influencer's wildfire fund

Social media influencer Sean Buranahiran received more than 30 million baht in donations for his fundraising campaign to help put out wildfires in Chiang Mai earlier this year, says lawyer Ronnarong Kaewpetch, the head of the Network of Campaigning for Justice (NCJ).

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4 Jul 2020

Final curtain: Film buffs salute Scala

Donning masks and observing social-distancing practices, movie fans on Saturday bade a final farewell to the Scala theatre in Bangkok, which will to close its doors for good on Sunday.

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Final curtain: Film buffs salute Scala
4 Jul 2020

Australian man found dead in Pattaya

PATTAYA: A 59-year-old Australian man was found dead on Saturday inside an apartment with a plastic bag covering his head and fastened with a cable tie wrapped around his neck.

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Australian man found dead in Pattaya