Fugitive Vatana shares clip on son
Fugitive politician Vatana Asavahame sent an audio clip pledging to keep the political group previously led by his late son at both the local and national levels.
Prawit seeks voter seal with list slot
Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP) leader Gen Prawit Wongsuwon said he is running for a party-list seat so he can assume the prime minister's post with grace and confidence.
Neighbours urged to tackle haze crisis
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is attempting to accelerate regional efforts to contain transboundary haze pollution, which is affecting upper Thailand badly.
Waste plants cause stink
Rather than protecting the environment and people from garbage pollution, the government plans to tackle overflowing waste by promoting small localised waste-to-energy projects.
Chiang Mai hospitals overflow with pollution sufferers
Air pollution in Chiang Mai has reached hazardous levels, with people suffering from respiratory issues filling up local hospitals.
Chinese Christians detained in Bangkok
More than 60 self-exiled Chinese Christians arrested in Pattaya for overstaying their visas are now at a police facility in Bangkok awaiting Thai authorities’ next move.
Village scammed into opening illegal bank accounts
An entire village in Nakhon Phanom province has been scammed into opening illegal bank accounts, as around 200 residents recently discovered.
Whistleblower Chuvit denies knowing Amlo bigwig
Whistleblower Chuvit has denied knowing a high-ranking anti-money laundering official personally, after the latter was allegedly linked to a 6-million-baht bribe.
Heatwaves spark health fear
Weathermen urged citizens to beware of the heat, especially vulnerable groups, as the weather is expected to remain hot and sunny until early May.
Agents predict 1m Chinese in Q2
The Association of Thai Travel Agents expects 1 million Chinese tourists in the second quarter of this year, following positive signs of flight resumptions.
Khao Chaphlu fire now 'under control'
A wildfire that was reportedly caused by a lightning strike on Khao Chaphlu in Nakhon Nayok on Tuesday evening has almost been completely contained.
Claims of fixing law for Thaksin refuted
A former justice minister denied he had revised a ministerial regulation to help fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
Agencies hunt for hacker
Authorities are tracking down a hacker who has threatened to release the personal data of 55 million Thais if the government agency allegedly involved in the leakage of information fails to meet a ransom demand by April 5.
Police link husband of actress to gambling site
Police say they have evidence showing the husband of a Thai actress has operated a gambling website with its server in Cambodia and more than 3 billion baht in circulation.
63 Chinese religious refugees detained
Sixty-three Chinese nationals detained in Pattaya for overstaying their visas are members of a self-exiled Christian congregation seeking UN protection, supporters say.
Asean to tackle haze crisis
The secretary-general of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) has pledged to support efforts to combat transboundary haze pollution in the region.
Thai exports expected to recover in second half
The Commerce Ministry projects the country's export sector to gradually recover in the latter part of the year.
Parties ramp up poll manoeuvres
Chaikasem Nitisiri, Pheu Thai's chief strategist, has declared his readiness to be the party's third and last prime ministerial candidate in the upcoming poll, set for May 14.
Private sector weighs in on party proposals
The Thai Chamber of Commerce and the private sector are calling on political parties to deliver on 10 key economic proposals to drive the country's economic development.
Mountain blaze nears residential area, threatens Khao Yai
A wildfire that was reportedly caused by a lightning strike on Khao Chaphlu in Nakhon Nayok's Muang district on Tuesday evening was inching closer to residential areas.