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  • March 14, 2015

    Master Ad looks to 20ซevenue surge over last year

    Chief executive officer Noppadon Tansalarak said his company was planning to increase its network both in Bangkok and upcountry. The aim is for coverage of 100,000 square metres, up from the current capacity of 80,000sqm nationwide. The expansion will be made through partners' large billboards upcountry. Of...

    Business
  • March 14, 2015

    DSI appoints advisers for Klongchan case

    ... more than Bt10 billion. Pol Lt-Colonel Somboon Sarasit, who heads the DSI Bureau of Special Crime, said yesterday the five advisers included Noppadon Uthen, a director at the Anti-Money Laundering Office, and Pol Maj-General Chanachai Limprasert of the National Police Office. "They have advised our...

    National
  • March 7, 2015

    Bicycle firm takes to the road in Laos market

    Noppadon Piriyakul, the 35-year-old managing director of the company, who started the business when he was 22, said he decided he wanted to establish a bicycle-shop business in Laos after distributing cycles and related products to dealers in the neighbouring country. "There is clearly demand in Laos, and...

    Business
  • February 17, 2015

    Migrant children as young as 11 found working in factories in Tak province

    ... of the number of child labourers and create a database for clearer information to explain to officials in the United States. In related news, Noppadon Kannika, an adviser to the labour minister, affirmed that the ministry would ensure that illegal foreign labourers were protected from human trafficking...

    National
  • January 29, 2015

    DNA tests show one man behind rapes

    DNA tests have confirmed that one man is responsible for 10 sexual attacks targeting elderly women. The repeat offender, however, is still on the run even as police have launched a manhunt cover-|ing the provinces of Ratcha-|buri, Nakhon Pathom, Samut Sakhon and Samut Songkhram. The latest...

    National
  • January 28, 2015

    DNA tests clear five men suspected of being serial rapist

    "Five suspects have already undergone DNA tests but their DNA did not match that of the attacker," Office of Police Forensic Science acting commissioner Pol Lt General Manu Mekmok said yesterday. Manu said police believe a serial rapist may be responsible for 10 rapes between 2010 and this year. Two...

    National
  • January 13, 2015

    Police accused of kidnap, seeking Bt2m from Korean gambling group

    Investigators are also set to issue summons for all South Koreans involved in the case. "Two of the accused policemen are from inspector level. The rest are from non-commissioned ranks. They all work for the Metropolitan Police Division 5," Police spokesman Lt General Prawut Thawornsiri said yesterday...

    National
  • December 24, 2014

    Rumours of rampant drug abuse among

    "Only a few Thais living there have drug problems," Noppadon Kannika said yesterday in his capacity as adviser to Labour Minister General Surasak Kanjanarat. About 25,000 Thais are working in Israel and most send money back to their families in Thailand, Noppadon said. He added that official records showed...

    National
  • December 23, 2014

    Rumours of drug abuse among Thai workers in Israel dismissed

    "Only a few Thais living there have drug problems," Noppadon Kannika said Tuesday in his capacity as adviser to Labour Minister General Surasak Kanjanarat. About 25,000 Thais are working in Israel and most send money back to their families in Thailand, Noppadon said. The Nation

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  • December 10, 2014

    NRC pushing PM direct-election plan

    ... reduce the level of vote-buying but would also help a prime minister gain more support from members of Parliament. Pheu Thai Party legal expert Noppadon Pattama cast doubts on the idea, however. He posted a list of eight questions regarding the panel's proposal for a system to elect the prime minister directly...

    Politics