Green group vows wildlife corridor fight

Green group vows wildlife corridor fight

Environmentalists are upset by the approval of an environmental impact assessment (EIA) for the “wildlife corridor” project on a highway which cuts through the Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai forest complex in Prachin Buri.

Green group vows wildlife corridor fight

A Thai Woman Endorsed as Chairperson of the 59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women

A Thai Woman Endorsed as Chairperson of the 59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women

Mrs. Kanda Vajrabhaya, former Deputy Permanent Secretary for Social Development and Human Security, has been endorsed by the Asia-Pacific Group as the Chairperson of the 59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW).

A Thai Woman Endorsed as Chairperson of the 59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women

EC candidates to be named for reform council

EC candidates to be named for reform council

The Election Commission will name two candidates to contest for a seat in the National Reform Council (NRC), EC member Somchai Srisutthiyakorn said yesterday.

EC candidates to be named for reform council

NCPO urged to cancel Highway 304 expansion

NCPO urged to cancel Highway 304 expansion

A major non-government group is calling on the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) to cancel a plan to expand Highway 304, saying the project would further destroy national heritage areas.

NCPO urged to cancel Highway 304 expansion

Prayuth thanks political groups

Prayuth thanks political groups

Army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha has thanked leaders of different political groups for exercising restraint and not staging activities since the May 22 coup as the country prepares for reforms.

Prayuth thanks political groups

Moving toward Reforming Thailand

Moving toward Reforming Thailand

Permanent Secretary for Defense General Surasak Kanchanarat has urged all sectors to take part in reforming Thailand, which is an important step for the future of the country.

Moving toward Reforming Thailand

NCPO may pick trusted allies

NCPO may pick trusted allies

Legislative assembly likely to be packed with military officers, bureaucrats and those with close ties to the junta

NCPO may pick trusted allies

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Workers must be protected once AEC starts: Labour Ministry

Workers must be protected once AEC starts: Labour Ministry

The Labour Ministry’s Social Security Office has called for the protection of Asean workers to help the region realise its potential following the full implementation of the Asean Economic Community next year.

Workers must be protected once AEC starts: Labour Ministry

Pump prices down tomorrow

Pump prices down tomorrow

PTT and Bangchak will tomorrow lower the price of gasohol by 50 satang per litre, except E85, which will drop by 30 satang a litre.

Pump prices down tomorrow

Formation of the Government, National Reform Council, and Constitutional Drafting Commission

Formation of the Government, National Reform Council, and Constitutional Drafting Commission

The Interim Constitution of Thailand, promulgated on 22 July 2014, is Thailand’s 19th constitution. It is expected to be in use for one year before the drafting of the next permanent constitution is completed.

Formation of the Government, National Reform Council, and Constitutional Drafting Commission