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    Traffic police: Less checkpoints, more law enforcement

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 16/08/2012

    » Police will change road checkpoints to make traffic flow more smoothly & enforce important traffic laws.

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    National reform outlined

    Online Reporters, Published on 04/06/2014

    » The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has outlined its plans for national reform that will focus on politics, fair access to resources, law improvement and enforcement and the justice system.


    Law enforcement takes priority over gratitude

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 17/07/2013

    » "I have today because my brother gave it to me." This controversial inscription is on a photograph hanging in the office of Pol Lt-Gen Khamronwit Thoopkrachang. It shows fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra pinning a police rank insignia on the new Metropolitan Police Bureau commissioner’s shoulder in Hong Kong last year.

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    Drivers, passengers face harsh penalties for breaking traffic laws

    News, Published on 23/03/2017

    » Motorists and passengers now face stricter penalties if they violate traffic laws, according to an order issued under the sweeping powers of Section 44 of the interim charter issued on Tuesday.

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    Hopes of election fade after NLA vote

    News, Published on 20/01/2018

    » The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) committee vetting the organic law on MP election yesterday voted to delay the law coming into effect for 90 days which may result in the election being delayed until February 2019.

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    Organic law snag risks delaying poll

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 19/01/2018

    » Pundits fear November's general election could be delayed after a report emerged Thursday suggesting that a series of organic laws which need to be in place first may not be enacted in time.


    Lighting the way

    News, Postbag, Published on 27/12/2017

    » The sad reality of all the road carnage in Thailand is that, even with strict traffic law enforcement and widespread public relations and education programmes, it will take at least a generation to change the driving habits of the current population.


    What’s trending and happening this week

    Muse, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 11/11/2017

    » 1. Jam Ciné Club is back for November under the theme "Dystopia", with a focus on sci-fi films from the 60s and 70s with disturbing relevance today. This Wednesday, the film to be screened is Logan's Run (1976). Set in the year 2274, the film focuses on an idyllic sci-fi future where everyone is made to believe that life ends at the age of 30. As is true of all sci-fi dystopias, however, things aren't always as they seem, causing various members of society to flee from the utopia upon turning 30. Logan, a law enforcement officer, goes undercover to expose the hideout of these "runners", only to find himself a champion of their cause. Screenings start at 8pm, and is free for anyone interested.

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    Green light for NY fireworks

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 31/12/2017

    » >> Revellers will be allowed to use fireworks and firecrackers to see in the new year tonight, after pyrotechnics were forbidden last year as part of the mourning period for the late King Bhumibol.


    Over-charged utilities

    News, Postbag, Published on 30/12/2017

    » Prices for solar-generated electricity provided by commercial firms are falling dramatically. A Mexican solar power company just won a bid to produce electricity for a wholesale cost of US$17.70 (580 baht) per megawatt hour. The next two lowest bids were by Saudi Arabian and Italian firms.

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