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    Remembering the first tabloid strip queen

    News, Roger Crutchley, Published on 01/02/2015

    » Following last week’s column concerning premature reports of the demise of The Sun’s Page 3 girls, it seems only fair to point out the noble deeds of an ageless beauty who appeared in a rival tabloid in a different era.


    Leaders must face up to their critics

    News, Published on 01/02/2015

    » Last week’s brief outage of Facebook and Instagram probably annoyed selfie-centric Sukhumvit slickers more than anyone else. But spare a thought for the civil servants who work in the Department of Provincial Administration. On Friday, as most were looking to a post-pay day weekend, it was revealed the department head Krissada Boonrat had issued a ban on the use of Facebook, Line and other social media on work computers and devices. The use of email would also be restricted to government business.


    Postbag: Nan doesn’t need a mosque...

    News, Published on 01/02/2015

    » “Northern mosque a test of tolerance” (Spectrum, Jan 25).


    Irritation as Thailand loses its charm

    News, Achara Ashayagachat, Published on 01/02/2015

    » To the astonishment of many, the Thai elite often feel bitterly disappointed whenever their dearest and closest friends, like the US, publicly express disapproval of “national affairs”.


    Reforming bureaucracy a must for our future

    News, Pichai Chuensuksawadi, Published on 01/02/2015

    » It is increasingly clear what the political party landscape would be like and what type of government we will be getting once elections are held. The impeachment of former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra means Pheu Thai is considerably weakened. Down, but not out. The party is forced to play a long waiting game until elections are a go.

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