Published: Apr 30, 2019
Natural Resources and Environment Minister General Surasak Kanjanarat on Tuesday urged the National Parks Department (DNP) to embrace a fresh way of thinking as well as new technology to handle new challenges in conservation work, amid speculation that he would soon leave office following changes in the national administration.
Published: Dec 31, 2018
The Southern Border Provinces’ Public Health Personnel Federation has condemned the seizure of Ban Kanua Health Promotion Hospital by insurgents to launch a gun and grenade assault on the nearby civilian defense volunteer base in Tambon Kalisa, Narathiwat’s Rangae district on the evening of December 28.
Published: Nov 19, 2018
Some farmers sprinkle antibiotic medicine onto their fish and prawn stocks that are kept inside floating baskets either in enclosed ponds or natural waterways, a practice that poses the dual threat of drug resistance in consumers and environmental pollution, experts at Chulalongkorn University said on Monday.
Published: Nov 12, 2018
Singapore's prime minister made an impassioned plea Monday for open markets and warned "political pressures" were driving countries apart, in a swipe at rising protectionism at the start of a gathering of world leaders.
Published: Sep 19, 2018
AS THE construction of a broadband infrastructure costs a fortune, Myanmar should encourage telecom operators and Internet service providers (ISPs) to make collective efforts for broadband investment, said a technical expert at the two-day Myanmar Connect 2018.
Published: Sep 07, 2018
An international human rights group has called for charges to be dropped against Facebook users arrested and detained for allegedly violating the Computer Crime Act by sharing information regarding a rape claim on Koh Tao.
Published: Jun 19, 2018
SCHOOL DIRECTORS and teachers are calling for an increase in the Bt20-per-head school lunch budget after two schools were exposed for serving meals of plain rice noodle and fish sauce, and bowls of rice minus any meat.