General
18:46

French woman on Samui tests positive

French woman who lives on Koh Samui tests positive for Covid-19, days after completing 14-day quarantine on her return to Thailand.

18:46
Local case on Samui
16:40

'Pai' freed on bail, vows to continue with protests

Court of Appeal approves bail for activist Jatupat “Pai” Boonyapattaraksa for surety of B140,000 in total. He vows to stay on until the remaining 7 detainees are freed.

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Freed
14:22

Eight new cases, all in quarantine

Eight more Covid-19 cases, including a two-year-old, were reported on Friday, bringing the total to 3,727 cases.

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+8 imported cases
09:33

Anutin lauds plan for 'wellness quarantine'

Thailand plans to provide wellness-orientated state quarantine for foreign visitors coming from low-risk countries, said Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul.

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09:00

Top court president wants detention cut

Metinee Chalodhorn, the new president of the Supreme Court, has announced her policies to promote justice and equality, including the reduction of unnecessary detention in the kingdom's judicial system.

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Top court president wants detention cut
06:11

Cool season descends on the kingdom

The kingdom on Thursday officially entered the cool season, according to the Meteorological Department, as provinces were warned to brace for floods as a result of storms still battering the country.

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04:00

Three dead in gas pipe explosion

SAMUT PRAKAN: Energy company PTT is investigating the cause of a gas pipe explosion in Bang Bo district yesterday afternoon, which killed three women and injured more than 50 people.

04:00
Three dead in gas pipe explosion
04:00

Monarchy supporters hit streets

Yellow-clad people at gatherings were seen nationwide yesterday in what was reported to be a symbolic move to protect the monarchy, while the ruling Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP) decided to allow its MPs to organise demonstrations to show their loyalty to the royal institution.

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Monarchy supporters hit streets
04:00

Service a boon for elderly

The Department of Health said it had met its goal in providing its Long Term Care (LTC) service to help boost the well-being of more than 200,000 elderly people.

04:00
04:00

Family sorry for bully's attack

Trang: The family of a Grade 2 student assaulted by a Grade 9 boy for insulting him has accepted an apology and compensation.

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