How to get a $15 newspaper coupon from Sunday Times
A local newspaper has launched a new initiative to give its readers free daily newspapers for just $15.
The Sunday Tribune, which was founded in 1893, is the oldest newspaper in Thailand, and has been run by the Sunday family since the 1970s.
The paper is owned by the family’s foundation, and is managed by a new owner, the National Council for Press and Publication.
According to the Sundays, the goal is to provide a newspaper that offers “high quality content” to the Thai people.
Sundays circulation is currently around 600,000, and the paper is available to subscribers at no cost.
“We think that the public is ready for a newspaper and is looking for an alternative to the traditional paper,” said Siew Phra Siwomthai, the president of the Sundaya Tribune.
“We have to offer a paper that they can easily read and understand.
We also have to make sure that the content is not biased towards any one group.”
In addition to offering free daily papers, the newspaper aims to be an alternative outlet to the country’s traditional print and broadcast media, including the countrys national and local media.
“Our objective is to give our readers a newspaper with a high quality content,” Siwophthai told the Bangkok Post.
“It is not just for people in the region, but also for the whole country.”
According in the paper’s online newsroom, the aim is to make the daily newspaper the most popular and widely read newspaper in the country, and that it will have a high level of editorial independence.
“We want to make it so that the daily paper is the most visible and reliable news outlet in the world,” Siewphthai said.
In the past, the Sundayer Times has been accused of being a tabloid.
In 2014, the paper was suspended from the national media, following a report that a reporter from the paper had leaked confidential information about the Sundayan family’s finances.
This year, the Times has also been accused by some media outlets of using “fake news” to gain readership.
It is important to note that the newspaper is not a monopoly, and it is not limited to the areas where the SundAY family owns the paper.
The Sunday newspaper also publishes local news, as well as a few foreign titles, such as The New York Times.