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The Government Public Relations Department (PRD) has extended an invitation to Thai citizens to participate in an upcoming concert entitled Returning Happiness to the People on July 25 as part of the effort to restore unity in the nation.
The Public Relations Department (PRD) is holding weekly “Music in the Park” events for the public's enjoyment at 04.30 p.m. every Thursday, at the PRD headquater, Soi Aree Samphan, Rama VI Road, Bangkok.
The National Mother’s Day is coming up on August 12th. To express your love and gratitude to your dear mother, buy jasmine flowers products from the National Council on Social Welfare of Thailand for her. All proceeds will benefit the poor and the disabled through NCSWT projects Call 02-354-7520 to place your order or buy directly from counters of any commercial banks throughout the country.
The Botanical Garden Organization will allow students from institutions nationwide to visit the botanical gardens for free in honor of the occasion of the Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit on 12 August 2014.
Tourism in the southern commercial heartland of Hat Yai has reportedly picked up as the end of the Ramadan month draws near. Meanwhile, bookings by Malaysian tourists have helped hotels pocket more income.
The central province of Ayuthaya has launched an operation to remove water hyacinth and other water weeds from four rivers and 17 canals that go through the city.
The Royal Irrigation Department is gearing up future water shortages, especially during the annual drought season.
The situation in haze-stricken areas continues to improve with no areas registering an unhealthy Air Pollutant Index.
A new pier for vessels on the Mekong River has been opened in Nong Khai province's Mueang district to facilitate freight.
An auto industry group has revealed that the automotive industry domestic export rate in June 2014 has grew more than in the early months of the year.
The Department of Industrial Promotion is pushing for the development of five fashion items trading areas as part of its drive to make Thailand an ASEAN fashion hub.
The Industry Ministry is set to hold the 2nd Thailand Culinary World Challenge 2014, as part of its continuing efforts to promote the 'Kitchen of the World' campaign.
Business owners have given a positive feedback after His Majesty the King royally endorsed an interim constitution on July 22nd. The temporary charter had been outlined by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO)’s legal team.
NCSWT invites you to buy jasmine products for the 2014 National Mother’s day at any counter of Siam Commercial Bank throughout the country. For information, call 0-2354-7520. Proceeds will benefit the poor and disabled through NCSWT projects.
The Narcotics Control Board (NCB) secretary-general has revealed that the narcotics situation is getting better since after the NCPO took over power in May.
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TAT Hat Yai presents ‘Songkhla Ancient Amulets’ during Mother’s Day holidays
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PRD holds 8th weekly ‘Music in the Garden’ Event
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