Health warnings as Bangkok chokes on pollution
More than 1.3 million people have fallen sick in the kingdom since the start of the year as a result of air pollution, with nearly 200,000 admitted to hospital this week alone.
Let the good times roll? Bangkok becomes Southeast Asia's weed Wild West
In a Southeast Asian first, the kingdom removed parts of the marijuana plant from its narcotics list in June, effectively legalising the substance – albeit with a confusing lack of detail.
Hopes high as tourists touch down for Thailand re-opening
Authorities expect 10 to 15 million visitors to return next year, with revenues forecast to surpass US$30 billion.
Bangkok on alert as 70,000 homes flooded in Thailand
Soldiers have set up barriers and sandbags to protect ancient archaeological ruins and landmarks as well as neighbourhoods in the old royal capital Ayutthaya, some 60km north of Bangkok.
Massed Bangkok police fire rubber bullets at hundreds of protesters
Protesters are railing against the state’s failure to deal with Covid outbreaks and the teetering economy.
Thailand imposes tougher Covid-19 curbs, including Bangkok curfew
Thailand recorded 9,276 new cases and 72 fatalities Friday as it battles a severe third wave of infections that kicked off in April.
Thai factory explosion rattles Bangkok airport
Disaster authorities said 70 houses were damaged and fires were still being fought nine hours after the explosion.
Thailand to reimpose virus curbs to contain outbreak
New restrictions will begin Monday and last for a month.
Despite declining infection rates, Thai crisis looms after Songkran travels
New case numbers are falling but the numbers of seriously ill and dying patients are surging.
Thai king takes the Tube while ‘Bad Students’ march with coffin for education minister
'Mob Fest' protesters rally in central Bangkok calling for wide ranging reforms.