Dusit Thani College, an esteemed educational institution specializing in the hospitality business under Dusit International, commemorated its 30th anniversary recently. Bangkok Post, Thailand’s leading Englishlanguage media, was invited to socialize and participate in workshops at the college. The event showcased the dedication and expertise of the institute in cultivating quality professionals for Thailand’s tourism and hospitality industry.
At St. Andrews Sathorn, the focus is on providing smooth transitions for children as they change year groups. This is important to ensure that children feel safe and secure during these changes. New year groups bring exciting opportunities for growth and development, but they can also be a time of uncertainty. St. Andrews Sathorn is committed to dedicating time and effort in preparing children for these changes.
Samut Prakan police arrested a 23yearold man, Khajondet Jampathong, on suspicion of brutally killing and mutilating a 59yearold woman, Jitra Chantharunai. The arrest occurred on Sunday in front of the Charoenchai Condo 2 building on Soi Sri Boonruang 2 Road in Tambon Thepharak. The victim was Jampathong’s neighbor and worked as a municipal street cleaner.
On the first day of the long holiday weekend from July 28 to August 2, the nation’s roads witnessed a significant number of accidents, leading to almost 2,000 injuries and 22 fatalities. According to the Royal Thai Police (RTP), the main causes of these accidents were speeding, drowsiness, changing lanes, and dangerous overtaking.
The body of a missing Senegalese tourist, Cheikhonuna Ba, was found on Sunday morning after an extensive search operation. The 22yearold had gone missing on Friday while swimming in the sea off Freedom Beach in tambon Karon, Muang district. The body of a missing Senegalese tourist, Cheikhonuna Ba, was found on Sunday morning after an extensive search operation. The 22yearold had gone missing on Friday while swimming in the sea off Freedom Beach in tambon Karon, Muang district.
The Bhumjaithai Party, which placed third in the May 14 election with 71 House seats, has confirmed its refusal to join a coalition government involving the Move Forward Party (MFP). Bhumjaithai leader Anutin Charnvirakul stated that the party remains committed to its initial standpoint and will not participate in a coalition government that includes the MFP.
The Election Commission (EC) is contemplating legal and civil action against Nakhonchai Khunnarong, a Move Forward Party MP, who ran in the May 14 election despite having a previous criminal conviction and jail time for theft. EC Chairman Ittiporn Boonpracong highlighted that Nakhonchai’s candidacy was prohibited under Section 98 of the constitution, which outlines criteria for those running for parliament, including courtordered imprisonment.
This article will provide a detailed overview of the tax payment process for the year 2023. We will discuss the relevant departments and contact information for inquiries, as well as important deadlines and submission requirements. ## Finance Department: Revenue Development Division
Five Thai citizens were killed in a road accident while passing through Laos on their way to board a train to China. The incident took place in Boten, Luang Namtha province, Laos, as reported by Pol Lt Col Kanyawarat Jullasat, deputy chief of the Chiang Khong border immigration office.