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    9 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    Wat Ton Kwen is an exemple of traditional Lanna architecture, from the entrance to the Buddha image hall, to the long pavilion where different activities are held. Chiang Mai's historical and cultural sites have been added to the "tentative" list of Unesco World Heritage sites, Culture Minister Vira Rojpojchanarat said Monday.

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  2. Chiang Mai added to Unesco 'tentative' list of World Heritage sitesRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 7 | Bangkok Post

    Approval of Thailand's February application to add Chiang Mai to a list of sites to be considered by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization was made during Unesco's World Heritage Committee meetings being held in Germany through Wednesday. Thailand sent a delegation to meetings, which began on June 28, led by Natural Resources and Environment Minister Dapong Ratanasuwan.

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  3. Hundreds of trawler owners suspend operation in ports all around the countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | The Nation

    SOME 900 trawler owners without logbooks needed under new regulations suspended operations in Songkhla yesterday, but there was no blanket suspension as predicted earlier. The operators announced yesterday as their "D-Day" for suspending their businesses, but it turned out they are still operating trawlers that have the necessary documents.

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  4. Fisheries operators warn strict measures will sink the industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Nation

    THE FISHERIES sector warned that overly strict fishery regulations being implemented under the "illegal, unreported and unregulated" fishing protocol will result in the collapse of Thai fishery and related industries, which will affect Thai people's access to seafood. According to Thailand Fishery Association vice president Monkol Sukcharenkana, up to 90 per cent of the fishing boats cannot fish legally because they do not have all the required documents without which they will face a Bt100,000 fine or imprisonment for up to one year.

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  5. Nakhon Si Thammarat holds annual regional OTOP fairRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Pattaya Mail

    The southern province of Nakhon Si Thammarat is currently holding the yearly regional OTOP fair, providing top goods and services from more than 300 OTOP vendors across the nation. The fair started on June 26, officially kicked off yesterday and will be concluded on July 2. The event is aimed at preserving local wisdom, providing additional distribution channels to OTOP vendors, giving them a hands-on experience in large-scale business operations, and preparing them for the arrival of the ASEAN Economic Community at the end of this year.

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    Monday Jun 29 | Bangkok Post

    Your favourite seafood market will run short within days, because those trawlers in the background at Nakhon Si Thammarat's Khanom district, and hundreds like them nationwide, are parked to protest the new penalties against illegal fishing. Seafood retailers in Samut Sakhon are bracing themselves for supply shortages with many fishing-boat skippers refusing to put to sea in an attempt to avoid new, harsh penalties for illegal fishing.

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  7. Police hunt for close aide of murdered Surat Thani prosecutorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | The Nation

    POLICE investigators are looking for a close aide of provincial public prosecutor Phayong Dok-maihom, who was found dead in his official residence in Surat Thani's Muang district on Sunday night. The close aide, named Niwat Jongsuk, 37, allegedly took the victim's valuables before going missing.

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  8. No respite from tough measures for trawlersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | The Nation

    THAILAND will maintain the deadline for operators of fishing trawlers to comply with illegal, unreported and unregulated regulations, which would take effect tomorrow despite the operators' threat of to go on a lengthy strike. A high-ranking source in the government-run Port in and Port Out controlling centre said that any relaxation would mean that Thailand would fail an IUU appraisal in August.

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  9. Thai schools to cut class sizesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Bangkok Post

    The Office of the Basic Education Commission will start its plan to reduce class sizes in both primary and secondary levels next term, but popular top-ranked schools will be given five years to fully comply Back in the late 1960s I taught a "conversation" class of 100 in Nakhon Si Thammarat. I divided them into groups, giving them names of US states.

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  10. Siam Global HouseRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 28 | The Nation

    Siam Global House Plc For over a year, GLOBAL has been the sector's chief laggard , pulled down by the poorest net profit at -21% in 2014 and -5% in 1Q15. This is set to reverse, with profit improving YoY from 2Q15F, backed by operational improvement and no repeat of 1Q15's steel inventory loss.

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  11. Testimonies begin in human trafficking caseRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 27 | The Nation

    The Nathawee Provincial Court in Songkhla province yesterday commenced an advanced session for witness testimonies in a human trafficking case in which Rohingya and other migrants were allegedly victimised. Four witnesses gave testimonies yesterday.

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  12. CP Land plans expansion in Myanmar, CroatiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Bangkok Post

    CP Land Plc, the property arm of agribusiness conglomerate Charoen Pokphand Group, plans to pay 500 million baht this year to take over an office building in Yangon. Vice-president Naravadee Waravanitcha said on Friday soaring demand for office space in Yangon had prompted the company to invest in Myanmar's commercial capital.

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  13. CP Land outlines Bt30-bn 2015-17 investment plan to include overseas projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | The Nation

    CP Land, property arm of Charoen Pokphand Group, yesterday revealed its overseas business strategy between now and 2017, which will concentrate on Asean, Europe and New Zealand. Focusing on office and hospitality properties in Thailand and abroad, the company targets total revenue of Bt10 billion in 2017, Sunthorn Arunanondchai, president and chief executive officer of CP Land, said in a group interview after the grand opening of CP Tower Phitsanulok.

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  14. Student killed, mother, brother injured in train crashRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | The Nation

    A 15-year-old student was killed and his mother and elder brother were severely injured when their motorcycle was hit by a Bangkok-Yala train at a railway crossing in Nakhon Si Thammarat's Thungson district at 6:50 am Thursday. The mother was riding a motorcycle to take her sons to school when they were hit by the train.

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  15. Boy killed, mother, brother injured at unguarded rail crossingRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Bangkok Post

    The accident occurred at the crossing in front of Wat Thapae in tambon Pak Praek, Pol Lt Col Samphan Wattanasong, a duty officer at Thung Song police station, said. The motorcycle driven by Somporn Prapreutdee with her two sons riding pillion was using the crossing on their way to a school when the Bangkok-Yala train ran into them about 6.40am.

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  16. Chinese tourists take a selfie at Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Bangkok Post

    More than 12 million international travellers visited Thailand in the first five months of 2015, up 24.7% from same period last year when pre-coup protests at were at their height. According to the latest figures from the Department of Tourism, 12.4 million tourists arrived from January through May, putting the country on track to beat its estimate of 28 million visitors for the entire year.

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  17. Stopping trafficking the priorityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | Bangkok Post

    It won't be long before we will find out the assessment on Thailand's effort's this past year in tackling human trafficking when the United States releases its annual Trafficking in Persons report. The assessment will definitely prompt further comment.

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  18. Monk in sex-abuse case gets bailRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 20 | Bangkok Post

    As well, monastic authorities in Nakhon Si Thammarat have declined a police request to defrock Phra Kritsana Suwannarat, saying no decision should be made until the legal case against him is concluded. Police, armed with a court warrant, apprehended Phra Kritsana, 44, at Ban Khuantom monastery in Chang Klang district of Nakhon Si Thammarat on Friday, Thai media reported on Saturday.

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    Thursday Jun 18 | Bangkok Post

    Electricity Generating Plc , Thailand's first independent power producer, has decided to sell all 74.19% of its stake in Egcomp Tara Co, a tap water producer in central Thailand. A total of 1.6 billion baht is expected from the sale, which was approved by the executive board yesterday and will be put for shareholder approval in the third quarter.

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  20. Improved toilets for 77 more train stationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Bangkok Post

    Public Health Minister Rajata Rajatanavin said the Department of Health had continuously improved the quality of public toilets since 2005 to ensure they meet international standards in three aspects -- health, accessibility and safety, or the HAS standard. The health ministry was working with the Transport and Sports and Tourism ministries to improve public toilets at another 77 stations at tourist destinations including Chumphon, Trang, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Buri Ram, Ratchaburi, Lampang and Samut Sakhon.

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