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Ride the Rails to 2 Nights of Art, Music, Meet-Ups in Bangkok (And Chiang...

BANGKOK — Hop on, hop off, grasshopper. By BTS Skytrain, river ferry or tuk-tuk, go exploring at 45 galleries and art spaces next month at the fourth annual Galleries Night.

Run With Hello Kitty and More Wacky Races This Year

BANGKOK — Keep those New Year’s resolutions a little while longer with several fun runs coming up that anyone can join.

Police Weigh Computer Crime Act Prosecution for FB Bangkok Bomb Hoax

BANGKOK — Those responsible for a bogus news article that triggered Facebook to warn people there had been a large explosion in the capital could be prosecuted under the Computer Crime Act, police said Wednesday.

Renowned Photographer Axed for Plagiarizing Royal Photos

BANGKOK — A man’s suspicion over a photo he saw at a fair earlier this month led to the outing of a world-renowned photographer for plagiarizing photos of the royal family.

Developer, Engineer Behind Collapsed Building Charged

BANGKOK — Police said Saturday they charged engineers responsible for the demolition of a building in Soi Sukhumvit 87 where at least two workers were killed when it collapsed and two remain missing.

Thai Fishing Fleets Roam Far to Break Rules: Greenpeace

BANGKOK — The six men lay in red body bags, lined up on a concrete dock. The first died almost three weeks before his ship reached Thailand; the last almost made it alive but died the day before the ship docked.

Police Weigh Australian Tourist’s Tuk-Tuk Rape Allegation

BANGKOK — Police had yet to rule Monday whether a 23-year-old Australian tourist was sexually assaulted by a tuk-tuk driver as she alleged earlier this month.

Muse Among Thonglor-Ekkamai Bars Raided by Military

BANGKOK — Soldiers hunting for contraband tobacco products raided three bars in the Thonglor and Ekkamai areas Thursday night.

On Nut Vendors Told to Move Out as Nana Vendors Move Back In

BANGKOK — The sidewalk bazaars of the On Nut area were living on borrowed time Friday under a city-imposed deadline to clear out, just as the vendors kicked out of Sukhumvit Road’s Nana area have quietly returned.

Absolute Power Fails to Solve MRT’s Missing Link

BANGKOK — The junta leader’s special power may be a shortcut to tackling many of the nation’s problems, but it turns out that the...

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