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Phuket News
Driver fined B400 for reckless driving, yet to face bill for fixing streetlight
PHUKET: A woman has been fined B400 for hitting a street lamp on a traffic island at the intersection of the new underpass at the turn-off to the airport on Saturday (Sept 21), but has yet to be informed how much she will need to pay for damages for the broken streetlight, which landed on the roof of her car.
Phuket health officials issue haze warning, free masks issued
PHUKET: The chief of the Phuket Provincial Health Office (PPHO) has issued a health advisory over the Indonesian forest fire haze that has blanketed Phuket since yesterday.
Smartwatch may hold clue to model’s death
BANGKOK: It will be known on Monday if data from a smartwatch worn by product presenter Thitima “Lunlabelle” Noraphanpiphat is reliable enough to be used as evidence in the criminal investigation into her death, a police source says.
Cash for govt jobs alleged
BANGKOK: Mana Nimitmongkol, Secretary-General of the Anti-Corruption Organisation of Thailand (Act), yesterday went public with allegations that he had learned details of specific high-ranking position-buying in some ministries.
Phuket Law: Dodging trade disputes – 46 nations sign Singapore Convention
PHUKET: As many are aware, international arbitration is a popular dispute resolution device for international business disputes. This is in no small part because international arbitration awards are readily enforceable in practically every jurisdiction in the world, which is not the case if parties take their dispute to state court.
Phuket Opinion: Where there’s a will, there’s a way
PHUKET: Patong Mayor Chalermluck Kebsap this week announcing that she had found a way to hire lifeguards to patrol Patong Beach year round, full time deserves high praise.
Royal Rainmakers show Phuket’s reservoirs from the sky, to continue efforts
PHUKET: The Department of Royal Rainmaking and Agricultural Aviation will continue their efforts to help replenish Phuket’s main reservoirs despite the ongoing campaign resulting in “little to moderate” rainfall landing in the key catchment areas.
Phuket cleanup unveils tale of two beaches
PHUKET: A beach cleanup held at Nai Yang today (Sept 21) by an estimated 800 participants netted a total of 952.5 kilograms of litter, waste and discarded items from the sands and dumped along the treeline.
Phuket to hold mass cycling event to mark World Car Free Day
PHUKET: Motorists are urged to exercise caution while a mass bicycle ride is being held from Phuket Town to Laem Phromthep and back as Phuket marks “World Car Free Day” this year.
Ctrip to adopt a new trade name
SHANGHAI: Ctrip.com International Ltd (Nasdaq: CTRP) will hold its annual general meeting of shareholders in Shanghai on Oct 2, when shareholders will approve a change of name from “Ctrip.com International Ltd” to “Trip.com Group Limited”.
 
The Thaiger
Russian boxer dies after falling from hotel balcony in Pattaya

PHOTOS: รักสยาม นิวส์ A 35 year old Russian was found dead around 6.30am yesterday in a pool of blood with serious head, arm and leg injuries after falling from a condo balcony in Pattaya. Ruk Siam News reports that Pattaya police and emergency responders headed to Building B of the Sea Breeze Jomtien Resort after […]

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Prayut meets up with Thai expats in New York ahead of UN meetings today

PHOTOS: ศ.ดร.นฤมล ภิญโญสินวัฒน์ Thai PM Prayut Chan-o-cha has been meeting Thai expats in New York before his attending the UN Climate Summit and other meetings this week. Prayut and his entourage, including Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai, arrived at the Plaza Athenee Hotel on the 64th street yesterday around midday on a sunny New York day. […]

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UK travel icon Thomas Cook bankrupt, stranding tourists

PHOTO: Axios.com “This marks a deeply sad day for the company which pioneered package holidays and made travel possible for millions of people around the world.” British travel giant Thomas Cook declared bankruptcy today after failing to reach a last-ditch rescue deal. The collapse triggers the UK’s biggest repatriation since World War II to bring back […]

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UK travel giant Thomas Cook collapses leaving 150,000 holiday-makers stranded

PHOTO: Bye bye Thomas Cook – The Independent Thomas Cook, the iconic British travel and airline company, has collapsed after last-minute negotiations failed to find a solution for the debt-ridden company. The tour operator’s failure affects 22,000 jobs worldwide, including 9,000 in the UK alone. Thomas Cook had been operating for 178 years. The company […]

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Smoke-laced smog envelops Phuket

MAIN PHOTO: Phuket International Airport – Phuket People’s Voice Phuket awakes today enveloped by an eerie sea of smoke-laced mist and smog – a combination of light winds, smoke blowing up the Malacca Strait from the Indonesian plantation fires and low seasonal cloud. The conditions have reduced visibility generally around the island to less than a […]

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Last five years “Hottest on record” – UN Climate Summit

PHOTO: Greenpeace USA “Average global temperature between 2015-2019 is on track to be the hottest of any five-year period on record, according to the report compiled by the World Meteorological Organisation.” A damning new UN report published yesterday says the world is falling badly behind in the race to avert “climate disaster” because of runaway […]

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BTS will have to break up, whether they like it or not, and fans are not happy

Even though they’ve been making music since their debut back in 2013, it’s the last two years BTS, aka Bangtan Boys (or Bangtan Sonyeondan for Korean pronunciation), have gone from zero to hero in the pop music world. Now they’re riding their success on the crest of a wave that has defied conventional pop marketing […]

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Yangon’s boom falls short across river – waiting to bridge the gap

by Su Myat Mon and Dene-Hern Chen “An enormous industrial zone spanning the area south and west of the river, largely funded by money from Korea and China, is under consideration.” On her scruffy, downtrodden bank of the river, teashop-owner Khin works just a few hundred metres over the muddy water from Myanmar’s capital Yangon, […]

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Russian man and his dog found dead on Koh Samui

A 51 year old Russian man, identified as Vyacheslav Kolbunov, has been found dead at his home on Koh Samui. A dead pit bull was also found in the room, with two other pit bulls discovered in an enclosure outside the home. Koh Samui police and forensic officers discovered drug paraphernalia, along with a coffee […]

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Thailand’s Department for Disease Control issues Chikungunya warning

PHOTO: www.wikipedia.com Dr Suwannachai Wattanayingcharoenchai from the Department of Disease Control says over 10 people in central Thailand have contracted chikungunya since July, and urges people to take precautions, saying those with high fever and joint pain should seek medical advice without delay. In total, since the beginning of the year, 7,481 people have been […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Five traits of an innovative culture
Culture is not something that is built by one person; rather, it takes an entire workforce to contribute in more ways than one. If a culture of innovation is what your organisation is aiming for, then every department, from top to bottom, needs to agree and align with each other on how they understand innovation and how they plan to implement it. Here are the five traits that can help you build an...
Cash for govt jobs alleged
The Anti-Corruption Organisation of Thailand (Act) secretary-general Mana Nimitmongkol on Sunday claimed he had learned of high-ranking position-buying in some ministries.
Shoring up investment
The plan to reclaim a 3,000-rai land plot in Sri Racha district, Chon Buri province has ignited voices of support and dissent as questions are raised over whether the end result will come at the expense of the environment and local communities.
Smartwatch may hold clue to model's death
It will be known on Monday if data from a smartwatch worn by product presenter Thitima "Lunlabelle" Noraphanpiphat is reliable enough to be used as evidence in the criminal investigation into her death, a police source says.
Institute says all that glisters isn't gold
The Gem and Jewelry Institute of Thailand (GIT) has issued a warning against so-called cloned gold, a widespread type of fake gold made of metals thickly coated with real gold to make it difficult to tell if it is real or counterfeit using basic gold testing techniques.
Major drug gang 'boss' busted on Samui
SURAT THANI: A man nicknamed "the boss", believed by authorities to be a major drug dealer based on Koh Samui, has been arrested after being hunted for a year.
Worst haze of year blankets Hat Yai
SONGKHLA: The Hat Yai municipality on Sunday endured the thickest haze yet from the current spate of Indonesian forest fires, while levels of PM2.5 reached the 'dangerous' bracket in Trang and Satun.
Economy should be No. 1 issue for PM: poll
The sluggish economy tops the list of issues that the prime minister should address, according to a survey by the National Institute for Development Administration, or Nida Poll.
Most people view Prayut's grilling as 'useless': poll
A majority of people believe the parliamentary grilling of Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha over the incomplete oath-taking during the swearing-in ceremony of the cabinet was useless and did not elicit a clear explanation from the prime mininister, according to a survey by Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit Poll.
Cannabis cultivation scales up
CHAING MAI: The country's largest lot of 12,000 cannabis sprouts has been planted in Maejo University's medical-grade greenhouse, thought to be the first-ever industrial-scale medical cannabis manufacturing facility in the Asean region.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
'Thrones', 'Fleabag' top Emmys, Billy Porter makes history
LOS ANGELES: “Game of Thrones” resurrected the Iron Throne at Sunday's Emmy ceremony, ruling as top drama on a night of surprises in which “Pose” star Billy Porter made history and the comedy series “Fleabag” led a British invasion that overturned expectations.
Keeping the thread alive at a Vietnam silk village
NAM DINH, Vietnam: Cocoons bob in boiling water as silk is rapidly teased out, spinning on reels skilfully operated by women in Vietnam's Co Chat village, where households have been making thread for more than a century.
Powerful typhoon causes injuries, damage in S. Korea
SEOUL, South Korea: A powerful typhoon battered southern South Korea, injuring 26 people and knocking out power to about 27,790 houses, officials said Monday.
Filipinos give thumbs up to Duterte's 'excellent' drugs war
MANILA: Philippine citizens are overwhelmingly satisfied with President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody war on drugs, a survey showed, giving a boost to a government outraged by an international push to investigate allegations of systematic murders by police.
Applications for VAT refund agents to open
The Revenue Department is set to open applications for permanent downtown value-added tax (VAT) refund agents after satisfactory outcomes during a trial run, with higher sales from VAT-free shops to tourists.
Indonesia blames 737 Max design for Lion Air crash: report
NEW YORK: Indonesian authorities have cited failures in the Boeing 737 MAX design and oversight as contributing to the 2018 Lion Air plane crash, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.
Taiwan startups aim for elders
A group of Taiwanese tech startups in smart healthcare and medical health innovation businesses have entered the Thai market to capitalise on rising demand as the country ages rapidly, in line with the government's 10-year policy to make the country Asia's medical hub.
US tariffs spur China interest in Thai manufacturing sites
More Chinese manufacturers are looking to Thailand as a production base to avoid US tariffs, based on trends in demand for the Southeast Asian nation’s industrial estates.
R&D spend growing in 'leaps and bounds'
The country's research and development (R&D) investments are expected to amount to 200 billion baht this year, up 32% from last year, according to Office of the National Science Technology and Innovation Policy Office.
Paris Tutankhamun show sets new record with 1.42m visitors
PARIS - A blockbuster Tutankhamun show set a new all-time French record Sunday, with 1.42 million visitors flocking to see the exhibition in Paris, the organisers said.
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