Thai Airways bans 2015-2017 MacBook Pros
Thai Airways International has banned passengers from taking some MacBook Pro notebooks distributed between 2015-17 on its flights.
Kenyan had 1.2kg of cocaine in his stomach
A Kenyan man has been arrested at Suvarnabhumi airport after trying to smuggle more than a kilogramme of cocaine inside his stomach.
Mingkwan: No renegades in New Economics Party
Leaders of the six-MP New Economics Party (NEP) on Wednesday denied that four of them planned to support the government camp even though they sit on the opposition benches.
Oris is proud to announce the 40th Squadron Limited Edition, a watch that celebrates a new partnership
with 40th Squadron Heli, the Belgian Air Force search and rescue team. The squadron was formed in 1974, and in nearly five decades of service has saved countless lives.
Flood, landslide alerts go out to 21 provinces
The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation on Wednesday warned of flash floods and landslides in 21 provinces in the North, the Northeast, Central Plains and eastern regions until Thursday.
King adopts rescued, neglected dogs
His Majesty the King has adopted 13 Great Danes, aged five months to two years, rescued after being left to starve by a breeder in Pathum Thani, the Department of Livestock Development said on Wednesday.
Prawit foresees full-term government
Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon is confident that the governing coalition will complete its four-year term, and sees opposition MPs' support on key issues and ministers' resignation as MPs -- allowing other Palang Pracharath members to take their place -- as key to the coalition's success.
Govt announces B21bn rice price insurance scheme
The National Rice Policy Committee, chaired by Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha, on Wednesday announced 21 billion baht in subsidies to help stabilise prices for rice farmers hurt by drought and a strong baht.
Yala bombs injure 7 people
A series of bomb blasts in four districts of Yala province overnight caused minor damage and injured seven people.
Activist wants NACC to investigate damage at historical temple
Activist Srisuwan Janya will ask the National Anti-Corruption Commission to investigate damage caused at historical Wat Chaiwatthanaram in Ayutthaya province during installation of an electricity cable.
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