Tags : Online


Schools, students and parents not ready for online learning: Suan

Most schools, students, and their parents are not ready for online learning, required by the COVID-19 situation, for a number of reasons, according to an opinion survey conducted by Suan Dusit Poll of Suan Dusit University between June 14th and 17th. With the exception of those in the Deep Red zones, such as Bangkok, schools […]Read More


Online alcohol sales banned from December 7

A ban on online sales of alcoholic beverages takes effect on Monday, with violators liable to fines and prison terms. Dr Niphon Chinanonwet, director of the Office of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Committee, said on Friday the Dec 7 prohibition, issued by the Prime Minister’s Office, was a response to increasing online sales of alcoholic […]Read More


Thailand to start prohibit selling and promoting alcohol online on

Thailand will officially prohibit selling and promoting alcoholic drinks on every online platform on December 7, following previous notification from the Royal Gazette in early September. The Royal Gazette had published the announcement of “Prohibition of the sale of alcoholic beverages via electronic sales nationwide, B.E. 2563” on September 8 as alcohol nowadays became more […]Read More


Online drug mule caught in Thalang, Phuket

PHUKET: A man was arrested for delivering drugs for a dealer who uses a Line chat group, at a house in Thalang district on Friday. Police led by Pol Lt Col Ratthakhet Manmuang, deputy superintendent of Muang Phuket, searched a house in tambon Mai Khao of Thalang district. Full story: Bangkok Post Achadtaya Chuenniran BANGKOK […]Read More


Coronavirus: Classes go online as school opening pushed to 1

BANGKOK (NNT) – The new school term this year will begin on 1st July due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many schools have moved their classes online, using remote learning technology to enable undisrupted education in all subjects. At Prachawit School, School Director Pimporn Theppinta said today that the school has prepared teachers in all subjects […]Read More


Police probe online baby adoption service

Thailand’s anti-human trafficking police have been ordered to investigate a Facebook page which was allegedly offering an adoption service for parents who cannot afford to raise their baby, said Social Development and Human Security Minister Chuti Krairiksh today (Tuesday). He said that, although the web page has now been shut down, the anti-human trafficking police […]Read More


Administrative Court goes online to provide 24-hour service to public

The Administrative Court has taken a major step ahead of Thailand’s other courts by launching an online system through which members of the public can lodge complaints or petitions, 24/7. Supreme Administrative Court president, Mr. Piya Patangtha, who presided over the launch of the e-Court system on Thursday, hailed it as a major step on […]Read More


The Nation newspaper to cease publication on June 28th

After 48 years The Nation, one of the two English-language newspapers in Thailand, will end its print edition with its last issue scheduled for June 28th. Nation Multimedia Group CEO Somchai Meesen, however, assured that there would be no layoff of editorial staff, who will continue to work and focus full-time on the company’s online […]Read More