• Wed, 16 May 2018 19:33:19
    BMA saddled with Bt1.47m bill as ‘furious aunts’ win case
    A FAMILY could receive more than Bt1.47 million compensation for inconvenience because of the authorities’ failure to prevent “illegal markets” from operating around their house if the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) loses its appeal against a lower court verdict.
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  • Thu, 08 Mar 2018 16:04:23
    Court order sets new standard in ordering official to pay fine
    The Central Administrative Court’s order to fine the director of the Prawet District Office in connection with the “furious aunts” case has set a new standard.
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  • Wed, 07 Mar 2018 19:26:31
    District official fined over ‘furious aunts’ case
    The director of the Prawet District Office was fined Bt5,000 on Wednesday for his failure to comply with the Central Administrative Court’s 2013 injunction regarding markets operating around the house of Bangkok’s so-called “furious aunts”.
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  • Sat, 03 Mar 2018 01:00:00
    Markets near ‘furious aunts’ closed pending ruling: Aswin
    THE BANGKOK Metropolitan Administration (BMA) will not allow markets to operate in a Prawet housing estate until the Central Administrative Court issues a verdict on the case, after two sisters caught media attention in their violent protest against illegal parking, noise and other problems.
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  • Wed, 28 Feb 2018 16:37:36
    Officials ban access to illegal markets near home of ‘furious aunts’
    Authorities have warned that anyone violating orders that ban entry to illegal markets surrounding the house of the so-called “furious aunts” are liable to a jail term, a fine or both.
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