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September’s inflation in Thailand declined.

As energy costs plummeted in September, data released on Wednesday revealed that consumer inflation rise in Thailand also slowed. The Ministry of Commerce reports that...

Covid patients isolated for 5 days as quarantine rule repealed

Although COVID-19 is no longer considered a serious communicable illness in Thailand, persons who test positive are nevertheless advised to avoid close contact with...

At the Mekong-Korea Water Forum, Thai representatives discuss cleaning up the Mekong River.

For the purpose of fostering partnerships between the Mekong area and the Republic of Korea, a Thai delegation will be attending the Mekong-Korea Water...

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is getting ready for the APEC Economic Leaders’ Week.

Next month will be the annual APEC Economic Leaders' Week (A-E-L-W). Thailand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) has emphasized the readiness of event sites...

37 killed by former police officer at child care centre

According to officials, a former police officer killed 37 people in a child care centre in Nong Bua Lamphu's Na Klang District on Thursday. 24...

Getting your senior loved ones vaccinated against COVID is still strongly recommended, despite the disease’s downgrading.

A full vaccination is still strongly recommended by the health ministry despite COVID-19 being downgraded to a communicable illness under monitoring. Experts in the...

The commerce ministry advises retailers and wholesalers to maintain a sufficient supply of goods on hand in the event of flooding.

The commerce ministry is actively monitoring water situation changes in each community as floods sweep across numerous sections of Thailand. Stores and distributors are...

Bangkok citizens are being encouraged to work from home as the city deals with severe rains.

Bangkok City Hall is urging businesses to allow employees to work from home this week to prevent floods and traffic congestion caused by heavy...

Ko Mak is rapidly progressing toward the status of first ‘Low-carbon Destination’ in Thailand.

Ko Mak, an idyllic island off the coast of Trat province, has been working hard for years to become the first "Low-carbon Destination" in...

The Agriculture Department is pressing for greenhouse gas reduction and cannabis development agreements.

The Department of Agriculture inked agreements today to decrease greenhouse emissions and develop cannabis for medicinal and commercial applications as part of its 50th...

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