This news page will keep the expats living in Isaan up to date with the news in Thailand and news around the world.
- BMW M5 sells for the first time in Thailand
BMW steals the march over arch-rival Mercedes-Benz in importing a high-performance saloon on an official basis.
- No more wet markets near axe aunts' house
Bangkok district authorities ordered the closure of all illegal markets within seven days - and prohibited raw foods at the remaining licensed markets [...]
- Kanchanaburi police chief removed over lottery case
KANCHANABURI: The provincial police chief has been abruptly and permanently transferred to an inactive post at police headquarters in Bangkok to " [...]
- NLA rejects all 7 candidates for Election Commission
The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) has voted down all seven candidates for the new Election Commission (EC) in a move that will force the search [...]
- Greenpeace appeals to PM to tackle air pollution 'crisis'
Environment group Greenpeace on Thursday called on Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to tackle an air pollution "crisis" in Bangkok, weeks af [...]
- No rush to raise interest rates: central bank chief
Thailand is in no rush to tighten its monetary policy despite rising global interest rates, thanks to ample domestic liquidity and benign inflation, t [...]
- Premchai again 'too busy' to see police
Accused poacher Premchai Karnasuta, one of the wealthiest men in Thailand, has managed to postpone his meeting today with police interrogators in Kanc [...]
- Japanese dad of 13 'wanted 100-1000 children'
TOKYO: A Japanese businessman who won legal custody of his 13 children born from surrogates in Thailand is virtually anonymous in his home country.
- Myanmar sees rise in tourism despite Rohingya crisis
Myanmar tourist arrivals rose 18% last year to 3.44 million visitors, despite international condemnation over the treatment of its Rohingya Muslim pop [...]
- Banking agents pegged to lift finance access
Banking agents will increase consumer access to financial services by 34%, with more than 200,000 of them potentially setting up shop nationwide, says [...]
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