Pita case could force new poll
Details of shareholding violation complaints against Move Forward Party (MFP) leader Pita Limjaroenrat will decide his fate and determine if the May 14 general election is nullified, according to caretaker Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam.
Young clay modeller taken under national artist's wing
A 10-year-old who builds pictures with modelling clay and sells them to pay for his mother's cancer treatment has caught the eye of a national artist, who has accepted him as his student.
Blackpink ticket scalper held for fraud
Police arrest a woman on charges of swindling fans of K-pop superstars Blackpink out of 700,000 baht by reselling e-tickets that had already been sold for their Bangkok shows.
Chinese couple arrested for alleged B10bn fraud
Chinese couple living in a B67 million Bangkok home arrested on suspicion of multinational fraud that cost thousands of investors an estimated B10 billion.
BoT raises key rate another quarter-point
Bank of Thailand raises key interest rate another 25 basis points to 2%, citing the need to curb inflation risks, but forecasters say the increase is probably the last for this year.
Wissanu: Comprehensive complaint may result in annulled election
A comprehensive complaint targeting Move Forward leader Pita Limjaroenrat could potentially result in the voiding of the general election, according to outgoing Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu - but he's not giving advice.
Ministry maintains export target despite stagnation
The Commerce Ministry is keeping its export growth target of 1-2% this year despite Thai shipments falling for a seventh consecutive month in April.
Bottoms up to clarity on alcohol laws
The two main parties trying to form a government seek reform to open up local beer and liquor production.
Push on for rail 'missing link'
Pressure is mounting on the operators of Bangkok's Green and Yellow lines to construct a 2.6-kilometre missing link between the two electric train systems.
VAT refunds surge after reopening
Tourist tax refunds have skyrocketed since Thailand fully reopened in June last year, according to Revenue Department director-general Lavaron Sangsnit.
Deal to allow alien workers to stay, work
The cabinet has approved the extension of employment contracts that allow more than 200,000 migrant workers to keep their jobs at least until the new government takes office.
Senate chief denies PM vote meddling
Senate Speaker Pornpetch Wichitcholchai has denied having instructed senators on who to vote for in the prime ministerial poll.
MFP's Pita prepares for power
The eight-party alliance led by Move Forward has formed a committee to prepare for a transition of power in a move labelled by Gen Prayut as "inappropriate".
Dassault Systèmes unit cultivating future mobility
A 3D modelling, simulation and analytics capability that uses social collaboration is empowering "virtual twin technology" to become a new tool to transform future mobility and help smart cities deal with traffic congestion and air pollution, according to the France-based 3D design software firm Dassault Systèmes.
Coalition sets up transition team
Coalition parties set up a transition team to pave the way for governing, with seven urgent issues identified. Move Forward and Pheu Thai, meanwhile, say they’ll discuss the House speaker issue separately.
Homebuyer shot dead by angry owner refusing to move out
A woman who bought a house from a bank shot dead by the angry former owner, who was refusing to move out, at a housing estate in Pathum Thani. Police at the scene.
Prayut to MFP: Don't step out of line
Just because it won the election doesn’t mean the Move Forward Party should be meeting representatives of state agencies before it forms a government, says caretaker PM Prayut.
Stage set for speaker showdown
The Pheu Thai Party is still locking horns with the Move Forward Party over the House Speaker position.
Police chief seeks bribe claim truth
National police chief Pol Gen Damrongsak Kittiprapas has ordered highway police to investigate claims that drivers of overloaded lorries are not being arrested because they display special bribe-paid stickers.
Prayut mum over rumours he will stay on
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Monday brushed off rumours that he will remain as prime minister if a "political accident" were to happen in the near future.