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19:45

Teacher recounts terrifying childcare centre shooting

A teacher who survived Thursday's massacre in Nong Bua Lam Phu recounts how she was able to make her escape when the killer ran out of bullets.

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Day of terror
17:15

Mass murder at childcare centre

Thirty-seven people, 22 of them children, were killed by a disgraced former policemen with a gun and a knife who attacked a childcare centre in Nong Bua Lam Phu province.

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Murder rampage
15:25

Ratsadon group demands House dissolution

Political activists demand a House dissolution and call on voters to support the "democracy camp" and prevent senators from having a say in the election of a prime minister.

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Massacre anniversary
06:42

Committee forecasts at least 3% GDP uptick

The Joint Standing Committee on Commerce, Industry and Banking has inched up its 2022 GDP forecast, expecting the economy to grow by at least 3%.

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Committee forecasts at least 3% GDP uptick
06:23

Rift rumours fly as Prawit skips cabinet

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon took sick leave on Wednesday and missed the first cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha following the latter's return to Government House.

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Rift rumours fly as Prawit skips cabinet
05:11

Ex-top cop seen as likely PM candidate for PPRP

Former national police chief Pol Gen Chakthip Chaijinda is in the spotlight as a potential candidate for prime minister in the next general election.

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Ex-top cop seen as likely PM candidate
04:46

Milder energy prices moderate inflation

Inflation in Thailand is showing clear signs of deceleration after the rate of price increases declined by more than one percentage point last month.

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Milder energy prices moderate inflation
04:33

Mice hit by manpower shortages

The Mice segment in Thailand is seeing a strong rebound this year, but local operators are struggling to prepare enough manpower.

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Mice hit by manpower shortages
04:27

Drug control, road safety loom large

New police chief lays out ambitious plans, despite having just a year to serve.

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Drug control, road safety loom large
04:22

New calls for cabinet rejig

A cabinet reshuffle is expected soon and may involve the ruling Palang Pracharath Party.

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Rejig expected
5 Oct 2022

Lawyers council takes action against 'roast chicken lawyer'

A roast chicken vendor who impersonated a lawyer could face jail after the Lawyers Council registers a police complaint against him for working without a licence.

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Fake lawyer faces jail
5 Oct 2022

Economy seen up 3.0 to 3.5% this year, says finance minister

The Thai economy is still expected to grow 3.0 to 3.5% in 2022, while a weak baht is helping exports, says the finance minister.

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3-3.5% growth forecast
5 Oct 2022

Transistor radio sales soar after PM's comment

People rush to buy old-fashioned transistor radios after Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha recommended them as a reliable channel for flood information when other systems fail.

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Tuning in
5 Oct 2022

Opec+ expected to slash oil output

Oil producers led by Saudi Arabia and Russia were set to meet Wednesday as reports said they were mulling an output cut of up to 2 million barrels per day in a bid to prop up slumping prices.

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Opec to cut oil output
5 Oct 2022

TAT banking on e-visas

With Malaysian tourists becoming the first source market to reach 1 million and reopening of more countries in sight, Thai tourism could realise an even stronger rebound among the Asian market if e-visas are adopted and international flights resume.

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TAT banking on e-visas
5 Oct 2022

Stimulus plan revived as Prayut returns

The Tourism and Sports Ministry is pushing ahead with its proposals for a 1-billion-baht stimulus project and a 4am closing time for entertainment venues.

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Stimulus plan revived as Prayut returns
5 Oct 2022

Saha wary on consumer spending

A leading consumer goods company has expressed its concern that ongoing floods and political uncertainty may negatively affect consumer spending power during the peak sales season.

5 Oct 2022 4
Saha wary on consumer spending
5 Oct 2022

30 MPs 'plan to join Bhumjaithai'

More than 30 MPs, including some from the ruling Palang Pracharath Party, are expected to defect to the Bhumjaithai Party ahead of the next general election.

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30 MPs 'plan to join Bhumjaithai'
5 Oct 2022

Pheu Thai urges EC to allow relief aid donations

The main opposition Pheu Thai Party has urged the Election Commission to revise electioneering regulations during the 180-day period prior to the end of the House of Representatives' term to allow MPs to hand out relief items to flood victims.

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Pheu Thai urges EC to allow relief aid donations
5 Oct 2022

Hollow trees may harbour poisonous fungus: Doctor

A top hospital physician on Tuesday advised people not to step inside tree hollows in their quests to observe lesser false vampire bats due to the risk of exposure to dangerous fungus spores.

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Hollow trees may harbour poisonous fungus: Doctor