Navy lawsuit ‘case study in press freedom’

Navy lawsuit ‘case study in press freedom’

Phuketwan pair sued for defamation

Navy lawsuit ‘case study in press freedom’

Police to prevent Ko Tee from fleeing across borders to neighbouring countries

Police to prevent Ko Tee from fleeing across borders to neighbouring countries

Police Commissioner General Pol Gen Adul Saengsingkaew said Thursday that he had instructed immigration police along the borders to step up security to prevent a red-shirt leader wanted on lese …

Police to prevent Ko Tee from fleeing across borders to neighbouring countries

Muay Thai justice for brawlers seen as a rights violation

Muay Thai justice for brawlers seen as a rights violation

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) yesterday said Buriram Football Club president Newin Chidchob’s idea to bring on stage the youngsters, who had reportedly been fist fighting during the club’s Songkran celebrations, to fight with professional Muay Thai boxers, was a rights violation.

Muay Thai justice for brawlers seen as a rights violation

Crossing the border from Burma to Thailand

Crossing the border from Burma to Thailand

Gill Charlton offers advice on a trip combining Burma (Myanmar) and Thailand

Crossing the border from Burma to Thailand

Police ‘must be more proactive’

Police ‘must be more proactive’

National Police chief Pol General Adul Saengsingkaew yesterday called for police operations to become more proactive as well as emphasise human rights, justice and equality.

Police ‘must be more proactive’

Taxman warns of VAT invoice fraud

Taxman warns of VAT invoice fraud

The Revenue Department has warned companies of a fraud in which companies are deceived into bribing persons who claim to be tax officials.

Taxman warns of VAT invoice fraud

38 hurt in Saraburi bus accident

38 hurt in Saraburi bus accident

Thirty-eight people were hurt when a coach skidded and landed on its side on the shoulder of a road in Kaeng Khoi, Saraburi province, on Tuesday.

38 hurt in Saraburi bus accident

Cambodia earns $2.5bn from tourism

Cambodia earns .5bn from tourism

PHNOM PENH – Cambodia earned US$ 2.5 billion (81 billion baht) from the tourism sector last year, a senior government official said.

Cambodia earns .5bn from tourism

Chinese gold demand surges

Chinese gold demand surges

China’s annual demand for gold could jump around 20% by 2017 as more of its increasingly wealthy population seek new ways to make money, the World Gold Council predicted on Tuesday.

Chinese gold demand surges

Snowden, NSA dominate Pulitzers

Snowden, NSA dominate Pulitzers

The Guardian and the Washington Post shared a Pulitzer Prize Monday for reporting on leaks from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden that revealed a global surveillance network monitoring millions of Americans and foreigners.

Snowden, NSA dominate Pulitzers