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N-PARK SCANDAL: Suspects let off hook by prosecutor

SID eyes new probe to uncover the ‘real culprits’

OAG says Jaruvan no longer at the helm

After weeks of confusion about the status of the incumbent auditor general, Khunying Jaruvan Maintaka, the Office of the Auditor General (OAG) has announced that she is no longer at the agency’s helm.

Firms face fines as new airport is delayed

Construction of the Suvarnabhumi Airport has been delayed by 6.95 per cent as of April, an Airport of Thailand Plc source said yesterday.

School shuts doors after director killed

A school in Chanae district will remain closed indefinitely after its female director was shot

2006 BUDGET: Opposition slams govt’s spending plans as ‘risky’

The government’s spending plans in its 2006 fiscal budget are risky, ambiguous and inefficient, Democrat Party spokesman Ong-art Klampaiboon said yesterday.

‘Public backs’ energy campaign

The majority of Bangkok residents support the government’s energy conservation campaign, director-general of the Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO) Metta Bantherngsuk said yesterday.

Big wedding plans for pair of tiny cattle

Sa Kaew province will host the world’s first wedding for a pair of dwarf Brahman cattle on July 10 when two of the rare animals will be married off with much pomp and circumstance.

EDUCATION: Proposal to allow private schools to hire foreigners

Policy shift expected to improve English skills of students, solve teacher shortage

Zone officials to work on despite court ruling

Education zone chiefs and their deputies in Bangkok and nearby provinces have insisted on carrying on their work despite an Administrative Court ruling revoking their appointments with retroactive effect from March last year.

BODY IDENTIFICATION: Search for dead kin gives survivors further trauma

Police say there are more bodies than reported missing

Tak villagers to be tested for cadmium

More than 3,000 villagers from Tak’s Mae Sot and Muang districts are to undergo blood tests after the discovery of 700 people with high levels of cadmium in their blood, suspected to have come from eating contaminated rice.