Published: Jul 09, 2019
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration’s Public Works Department has instructed 50 BMA district offices to check the safety of all construction cranes in their districts after an accident that injured several students last month.
Published: Jul 10, 2018
The eight members of the Mu Pa (wild boars) Academy football club rescued thus far from Tham Luang Cave were in good health mentally and physically, although all had high white blood cell counts and two initially showed indications of pneumonia.
Published: Apr 04, 2018
Students applying for admission to schools nationwide, especially those considered more prestigious, will be scrutinised at random in a bid to curtail the common practice of parents bribing their children’s way into a preferred school.
Published: Sep 12, 2017
The more than 4,300 Thai Muslim pilgrims returning home from the hajj in Saudi Arabia via Hat Yai International Airport Wednesday through Sunday will be carefully screened for symptoms of Middle East Respiratory syndrome (MERS).
Published: Aug 24, 2017
Tak officials are checking vehicles leaving the northern province since Thursday morning in a supposed effort to prevent a massive turnout outside the Supreme Court when it delivers the final verdict on Friday on former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra over the controversial rice-pledging scheme.
Published: Apr 11, 2017
Businesses should directly verify job candidates' education qualifications with educational institutes to guard against employing people using fake qualifications, said Education Ministry permanent secretary Chaipruek Serirak said on Tuesday.