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Sodium also needs taxing
Oped, Editorial, Published on 31/03/2023
» Starting tomorrow, the third stage of a tax hike on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) will come into effect, meaning consumers with a sweet tooth will have to pay...
Last chance for the EC
Oped, Editorial, Published on 30/03/2023
» As preparations for the May 14 polls progress, all eyes are on the Election Commission (EC) amid doubts over the agency's neutrality. The EC is faced with a dilemma...
Singapore's haze remedy
Oped, Editorial, Published on 29/03/2023
» The haze situation in the northern region has been relentless of late. Areas of the upper North and Northeast have been cloaked in hazardous levels of smoke since...
Army mustn't dictate policy
Oped, Editorial, Published on 28/03/2023
» The situation at the Thai-Myanmar border is becoming increasingly worrying following last week's intensified clashes between Myanmar's military government and...
More than a forced smile
News, Editorial, Published on 27/03/2023
» Thailand's reputation as the "Land of Smiles" is facing existential crisis. While Thais are perceived as warm, friendly and easygoing, assessments by...
Young workers need help
News, Editorial, Published on 26/03/2023
» A disturbing new study on employment of young talent last week revealed how 15%, or 1.5 million Thai youth aged between 15-24, are classified as being NEETs --...
Govt must get a grip on guns
Oped, Editorial, Published on 25/03/2023
» The two latest fatal armed stand-offs that occurred within a week of each other remind society once more that gun violence has become the new normal in Thailand....
We are what we eat
Oped, Editorial, Published on 24/03/2023
» Thais have every reason to celebrate with regard to a new culinary milestone, phanaeng, which has been awarded the No.1 stew ranking by TasteAtlas, a global food...
Mine faces big test
Oped, Editorial, Published on 23/03/2023
» The Akara gold mine reopened on Monday after a six-year hiatus. In 2017, the now-dissolved National Council for Peace and Order issued an executive decree suspending...
Red dust fiasco
Oped, Editorial, Published on 22/03/2023
» After a 10 days search, government agencies found radiated red dust believed to be from the remains of a caesium-137 tube, which disappeared from a power plant...