• 19 May 2019

    Pay Traffic Fines Or Your Car Will Be Banned!

    Owners will not be able to renew their vehicle registration licences from 1 July onwards, if they have any unpaid traffic tickets. Starting from May 24, the Land Transport Department (LTD) and ...

  • 18 May 2019

    Rainy Season To Begin May 20th

    The Meteorological Department has announced Thailand will enter the rainy season this year from 20 May, with lesser rain expected. The Meteorological Department Deputy Director General Kornrawee ...

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  • Pay Traffic Fines Or Your Car Will Be Banned!

    Owners will not be able to renew their vehicle registration licences from 1 July onwards, if they have any unpaid traffic tickets. Starting from May 24, the Land Transport Department (LTD) and the Royal Thai Police will test their shared software program to see if it works well. “We are introducing this measure to prevent...

  • Rainy Season To Begin May 20th

    The Meteorological Department has announced Thailand will enter the rainy season this year from 20 May, with lesser rain expected. The Meteorological Department Deputy Director General Kornrawee Sitthichivapak has revealed Thailand will officially be entering the rainy season on Monday 20th May this year, as all weather criteria will be met for the season with...

  • Six Drug ‘Mules’ Arrested In Khon Kaen

    Khon Kaen police say they have arrested six alleged drug mules and seized 406,000 methamphetamine pills. Khon Kaen governor Somsak Jungtrakul, provincial police commissioner Lt Gen Surachai Kuandechakup, and Maj Gen Somchai Khuaphachai, commander of the 23rd Army Circle, held a joint press conference. The six suspects were identified as Natthapong Eedpaenlinfah, 23, Suthin Je-onsri,...

  • More Youngsters Dying In Road Accidents

    ROAD ACCIDENTS kill more than 17,000 children and teenagers in Thailand every year, the latest statistics show. And most of these fatalities involve motorcycles, Road Safety Policy Foundation’s manager Thanapong Jinwong said yesterday. Neither parents nor their children wear helmets as they make their way to Na Luang School in Bangkok’s Thung Khru district yesterday....

  • Mandatory Health Insurance For Foreigners Aged Over 50 In Thailand – Why It May Not Affect You

    On Tuesday (14 May) it was reported that foreigners aged over 50 applying for a particular visa type now need mandatory health insurance. The new requirements, which were approved by Cabinet in April and announced by the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH)), state that people applying or renewing (or rather re-applying for) a Non-Immigrant Visa...