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Cabbie who ran over cop, shot dead couple 'confesses'

A taxi driver, who ran over a traffic policeman, stole his gun and shot dead a middle-aged couple in Nonthaburi's Bang Yai district on Friday, surrendered to police yesterday reportedly out of fear..

Education transfers 'to help probes into graft'

Officials moved faced complaints, but were not necessarily corrupt, govt says

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Govt 'cleaning house' in corrupt education sector

The sudden transfers of high-ranking Education Ministry officials has not raised the eyebrows of ministry officials.

UFUN woman surrenders to police

Six of 12 suspects now in custody over 'fraudulent' scheme

PM intends to pursue Pak Bara seaport project

The Pak Bara deep-seaport project in Satun seems to have been revived after Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha made a..


Strictly for the guys

High-end restaurants designed with the male in mind arrive in Bangkok

Trade groups give regime high marks

BUSINESS leaders yesterday expressed satisfaction over the government's six-month performance,..

Tourism bodies back govt

KEY TOURISM bodies have said they are generally satisfied with the government's overall six-month..

TOT seeks USO 2.3GHz deal from regulator

TOT will ask for National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission permission to use part of..

PM sees signs of recovery, thanks to govt's policies

PRIME MINISTER Prayut Chan-o-cha has confidence that the economy is finally showing signs of..


The latest draft of the new constitution presented to the National Reform Council (NRC) contains..



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Ten Thai students experience masterpieces first-hand in tour of California museums with National..

CN Blue's Jung Yong Hwa performs live in Bangkok much to the delight of his young fans

Nok Air takes cyclists to Krabi, a town that has much more to offer than just gorgeous beaches and..

Beauty and enhanced ability are the focus on new reality TV show "Make Me Over Thailand"

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Songkran water throwing leads to a rearrangement of walking schedules and a nasty fight

High-end restaurants designed with the male in mind arrive in Bangkok

Glass House owners Attapol and Sukumarn Itthirattanakomol bring Japanese and Italian cusine to..


South Korean dancer Min Jung Park will stage her solo performance "Music Begin, You Silence, Deepen That" and workshop at ArtBridge Chiang Rai during 18-20. The first two-day seesion will.. Read more

Irish pop-rock band The Script make..

Irish pop-rock band The Script make their debut in Thailand with a concert at Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani on May 8. Brought to Bangkok by Live Nation BECTero, they'll be playing tracks off their..

Portuguese Film Festival runs from April..

Portuguese Film Festival runs from April 19-25 at the Thai Film Archive and the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, with many classic movies, including those by Monoel de Oliveiram who died on April 2 at..

Local artist Vittaya Sudprasert explores..

Local artist Vittaya Sudprasert explores the human visage in solo show "Faces", which runs at DOB Hualamphong Gallery from April 7 to May 17. The artist is particularly interested in expressions and..


The residents of a small district in the Eastern province of Chanthaburi celebrate Songkran with a..

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