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Chiang Mai opens Young Girl Development Centre

CHIANG MAI, 5 August 2016 (NNT) – Chiang Mai province has established its Young Girl Development Centre to encourage women to empower themselves through learning. The Centre opened on Thursday in Mae Rim district. Information and Communications Technology Minister Uttama Savanayana presided over the inauguration ceremony. Full story: NNT Reporter: Vipaporn Pooritanasarn Rewriter: Benjamin RujopakarnRead More


Bangkok launches the brand new Asean Cultural Centre

Le Luong Minh, Secretary General of Asean, centre, and Gen Tanasak Patimapragorn, Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs opens Asean Cultural centre in Bangkok With the start of the Asean Economic Community less than five months away, Bangkok is once again underscoring its intention to become the hub of Asean with the […]Read More


Rohingya escape Phangnga centre

PHANGNGA — Police are looking for 10 Rohingya migrants who fled from a detention centre in Muang district of this southern province early Monday. The 10, all men, fled from the central Phangnga immigration office. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More


Dengue fever centers set up in Buriram after 200 patients

BURIRAM, 16 July 2014 (NNT) -The Buriram Provincial Public Health Office has established dengue fever prevention centers in every district to prevent the disease from taking hold in a wide spread area. The number of patients aged between 10 – 14 years old is 198 so far, and the number is likely to increase during […]Read More


Thailand opens One-Stop-Service Registration Centers for alien workers

Samut Sakhon is the first province to have set up a one-stop-service registration center for migrant workers in order to reorganize foreign workers from neighboring countries, mainly those from Cambodia. At the centers, illegal migrant workers can register to work legally in Thailand. The establishment of the centers will prevent the smuggling of illegal workers, […]Read More


Thai Military Junta sets up reconciliation centers

BANGKOK, 27 May 2014 (NNT) – The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) establishes reconciliation centers with the objective to eradicate political hatred and threatens to issue a ban on transactions against masterminds of anti-coup protests. Deputy spokesman of the army Col.Winthai Suwaree said on Tuesday that army Commander-in-Chief Gen.Prayuth Chan-ocha had ordered the […]Read More


Australia announces plans to close five mainland refugee detention centres

A spokesperson for the Australian Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Warren Truss, announced plans this week to close four mainland immigration detention facilities — Scherger, at RAAF Scherger, Queensland; Leonora, in Leonora, Western Australia; Port Augusta, in Port Augusta, South Australia; and Inverbrackie facilities in Woodside, the Adelaide Hills, South Australia — by […]Read More


Tourist help centres to be set up across Bangkok ahead

The tourism sector is going on high alert and setting up “Tourist Friends Centres” in key locations across Bangkok ahead of |possible chaos on Monday as anti-government protesters try to bring the capital to a halt. Centres will be located in the Huamark area as well as at Don Mueang and Suvarnabhumi airports. There will […]Read More