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Phuket News
Police hope to identify body found beside bypass road
PHUKET: Police are hoping to identify the body of a found this afternoon (Nov 12) near a large billboard beside the northbound lanes of the bypass road.
Chinese tourist rescued at Nai Harn Beach
PHUKET: A 42-year-old man from Hebei, in northern China, is in hospital on assisted breathing, but conscious and alive, after he was pulled from the water unresponsive at Nai Harn Beach this morning (Nov 12).
5.8 tons of krathong cleared from Saphan Hin lagoon
PHUKET: The Loy Krathong festivities at Saphan Hin Park, on the outskirts of Phuket Town, saw 5.8 tons of krathong left floating in the lagoon near the main stage area, which last night served as the centre of the Loy Krathong activities at the popular park last night (Nov 11).
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Phuket water woes! Murder charge forces surrender? Award-winning cakes! || November 12
PHUKET XTRA - November 12 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Two wanted for deadly south attack! |:| Thailand wins cake awards! |:| Phuket water woes for the new year? |:| Ex-park chief surrenders to answer murder charge |:| Copyright agents face warrants Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Electricity outage to hit Thepkrasattri
PHUKET: The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced that the electricity supply will be temporarily shut off in parts of Thepkrasattri tomorrow (Nov 19) as work is carried out on installing new high-voltage cables.
Defendant shoots dead plaintiff, lawyer in courtroom
CHANTHABURI: A retired senior policeman due to hear judgment in a land dispute case shot dead the plaintiff and his lawyer before being fatally shot by an on-duty police officer in a Chanthaburi courtroom on Tuesday morning (Nov 12).
Swedish woman killed by motorbike while crossing Khao Lak highway
PHANG NGA: A 30-year-old Thai man is facing a charge of reckless driving causing death after his motorbike struck a Swedish woman crossing the main highway through Khao Lak, north of Phuket, on Saturday night (Nov 9).
‘Copyright agents’ face arrest warrants for krathong floats ‘sting’
BANGKOK: Police will seek arrest warrants for “copyright agents” who ordered krathong floats adorned with copyrighted cartoon characters from a 15-year-old girl, and then had her arrested and fined for copyright infringement.
Two wanted for deadly South attack
BANGKOK: Police are seeking arrest warrants for two suspects whose DNA samples were found at the scene of last Tuesday’s massacre at a security checkpoint in Yala’s Muang district, which killed 15 and injured five others.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Human traffickers busted! Arrests in Southern massacre! Popes cousin in Thailand? || November 11
PHUKET XTRA - November 11 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Gang busted for human trafficking |:| Phuket Prison enters final stages |:| Arrests made in connection with attack that killed 15 in South Thailand |:| Pope Francis to reunite with cousin on visit to Thailand |:| Phraya Wichit Songkham to be honoured Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
 
The Thaiger
Thai Airways offers One Pass One Price Value Card

In a first of what will surely be a prolonged period of promotions, Thai Airways is offering a One Pass One Price Value Card Package which will cover four economy class fares from Bangkok to some destinations in Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Myanmar. Tickets start at 8,060 baht and are valid for trips from Bangkok […]

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Increase in use of biodegradable krathongs pleases Bangkok governor

The eco-friendly message seems to be getting through as Bangkok Governor, Asawin Kwanmuang, reports an increase in the use of krathongs made from biodegradable materials. The Nation reports that following yesteday’s celebration of the Loy Krathong festival in the city, the governor praised residents for their use of environmentally-friendly krathongs, a marked departure from the […]

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Government wants to extend ‘Eat, Spend, Shop’ economic stimulus plan

The government is seeking to extend the deadline for its economic stimulus package, “Eat, Spend, Shop” (Chim Shop Chai) to January 31. The Nation reports that the Finance Ministry is planning to ask Cabinet today to agree to an extension from the original deadline of December 31, in order to provide a further boost to […]

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‘Coconut Water Gang’ arrested for trafficking children in Phuket

PHOTO: mgronline.com “The child told him that a gang gathered some kids and forced them to sell coconut water and would beat them up sometimes.” Patong police have announced the arrest of the ‘Coconut Water Gang’. There were four suspects from Nakohn Si Thammarat. The gang was accused of trafficking children by forcing them to […]

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Wall of graffiti art the longest landmark in northeast Thailand

More than 30 graffiti artists are being invited to celebrate the city of Nakhon Ratchasima, more commonly known as Korat. The Nation reports that the city’s Culture Office is inviting works on the theme of “Korat: the art city”. The move comes as the government named Korat, along with Krabi and Chiang Mai, as pilot […]

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A blueprint for better recycling of PET bottles in SE Asia

LONG READ As leaders from around the world gather in Bangkok for the inaugural “SEA of Solutions: Partnership Week for Marine Plastic Pollution Prevention”, GA Circular has launched a new report ​“Full Circle: Accelerating the circular economy for post-consumer PET bottles in Southeast Asia”. The report provides for the first time, systematic and comparable baseline […]

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Rare sighting of 5 metre manta ray in Similan Islands

A dive instructor has reported a sighting of a rare giant manta ray in the Similan Islands National Park in Phang Nga province. Somporn Kaewmaneechote from Sea Turtle Divers  says he spotted the marine creature near Ta Chai island while accompanying a group of divers at a depth of about 26 metres. He says the […]

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Argument over soft drink ends in death of 14 year old girl

A 14 year old girl has been shot and killed in Nakhon Si Thammarat in an argument between two grown men over a soft drink. It’s understood the girl’s father, Wichai Yisoonsaem, became angry when his neighbour, 27 year old Anusak Daengdet, helped himself to a soft drink but proceeded to pour it out for […]

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Warrants issued in “Billy” murder case

Arrest warrants have been issued for the former chief of a national park and three other officials, for the murder of Karen activist Porlajee “Billy” Rakchongcharoen. They face charges including robbery and detention. Chaiwat Limlikit-aksorn, former chief the Kaeng Krachan National Park, faces murder charges. Police are preparing for their arrest but say they would […]

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Future Forward Party might be dissolved

The Constitutional Court will deliver a ruling on on Nov 20 that could make or break the Future Forward Party (FFP) and its leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit. The party and Thanathorn face a slew of legal cases that seriously jeopardise their political future. The FFP, which has 80 MPs, could be dissolved and its 24 executives […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Pareena faces probe on land
A Palang Pracharath MP for Ratchaburi province may lose her chicken farm after authorities found it is located in a land reform area and reserved forest.
Defendant shoots dead plaintiff, lawyer in courtroom
CHANTHABURI: A retired senior policeman involved in a land dispute case shot dead the plaintiff and his lawyer before being fatally shot by an on-duty police officer in a Chanthaburi courtroom on Tuesday morning.
Chaiwat surrenders to answer murder charge in Billy case
The Central Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases granted bail for a former chief of Kaeng Krachan National Park and the three other suspects after they each placed 800,000 baht as a surety.
Michelin awards 2 stars to 5 restaurants in Thailand, 1 star to 24
A total of 34 stars were granted on Tuesday to 29 restaurants in Thailand by the Michelin Guide, the world’s longest-running and most revered hotel-and-restaurant guidebook.
Double trouble
Will Will beat Will?
Teen victimised by copyright agents sells hundreds of floats
NAKHON RATCHASIMA: The 15-year-old girl victimised by copyright agents over krathong adorned with cartoon characters earned over 16,000 baht as people flocked to buy her floats during the Loy Krathong festival on Monday night.
Expert warns of the dark side of 5G
Service providers are concerned about artificial intelligence (AI)-based cybercrimes, mobile malware, phishing attacks and ransomware as the world is gravitating towards 5G adoption, where data traffic could skyrocket through connected devices.
Doc warns teen phone addicts
A growing number of youngsters, especially university students, are suffering "trigger finger" and other muscle-related problems as the time they spend on smartphones increases.
Two wanted for deadly South attack
Police are seeking arrest warrants for two suspects whose DNA samples were found at the scene of last Tuesday's massacre at a security checkpoint in Yala's Muang district, which killed 15 and injured five others.
Next rebate seeks nod
The third phase of the Chim, Shop, Chai (taste, shop, spend) scheme will seek cabinet approval today, providing up to a 20% cash rebate to 2 million recipients.
 
NationThailand.com - Business
Finance proposes ministry's deputy secretary as next THAI boss
Deputy Transport Minister Thaworn Senneam said yesterday (November 11) that the Finance Ministry would propose the ministry's Deputy Permanent Secretary Chakkrit Parapuntakul as the next board chairman of Thai Airways International (THAI).
Meet pushes for set-up of digital investment agency
The government should set up an office dedicated to promoting investment in digital business in Thailand, said Digital Council of Thailand's chairman Suphachai Chearavanont, after a meeting between the council and the Thai Chamber of Commerce and the Board of Trade of Thailand yesterday (November 11).
Bangkokians use more natural krathongs: governor
Bangkok Governor Pol Gen Asawin Kwanmuang expressed delight on Tuesday (November 12) that the majority of Bangkokians had heeded calls to use krathongs made of natural, biodegradable materials at last night’s celebration of the Loy Krathong festival.
Man set ablaze after spat with HK rioters
Blackclad rioters set a man on fire on Monday in one of the most horrifying incidents since violent protests broke out more than five months ago.
Thailand Masters to top off 2019 Asian Tour
The 2019 Asian Tour season will reach its climax with the Thailand Masters at the Phoenix Gold Golf and Country Club next month.
Krungsri to cut MLR, juristic person deposit rates
Seiichiro Akita, president and chief executive of the Bank of Ayudhya (Krungsri), announced on Monday (November 11) that the bank will adhere to the Bank of Thailand’s policy announced last Wednesday and lower its policy rate for MLR (Minimum Lending Rate) by 0.25 percentage point and juristic person deposit rate by 0.05-0.35 percentage point.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Govt backs 'No Plastic' push
The cabinet has given the greenlight to a "No Plastic" campaign which will start on Jan 1 next year ahead of a ban on single-use plastic bags in 2021.
Nigerian caught on six-year overstay
SURAT THANI:A Nigerian man has been arrested in the province for overstaying his visa by over six years.
Pareena faces probe on land
A Palang Pracharath MP for Ratchaburi province may lose her chicken farm after authorities found it is located in a land reform area and reserved forest.
Rare deer-like species photographed in Vietnam
HANOI: A tiny deer-like species not seen by scientists for nearly 30 years has been photographed in a forest in southern Vietnam.
Defendant shoots dead plaintiff, lawyer in courtroom
CHANTHABURI: A retired senior policeman involved in a land dispute case shot dead the plaintiff and his lawyer before being fatally shot by an on-duty police officer in a Chanthaburi courtroom on Tuesday morning.
Chaiwat surrenders to answer murder charge in Billy case
The Central Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases granted bail for a former chief of Kaeng Krachan National Park and the three other suspects after they each placed 800,000 baht as a surety.
Singapore court to hear challenges on gay sex ban
KUALA LUMPUR: As a Singapore court prepares to hear a series of legal challenges to a law that bans gay sex, LGBT+ activists on Tuesday called for the "right" verdict to be delivered so similar reforms can be triggered across other parts of Asia.
Chinese man rescued from sea off Phuket beach
PHUKET: A Chinese man has been resuscitated after almost drowning in the sea off Nai Harn Beach in tambon Rawai.
Cambodia’s Sam Rainsy meets Malaysian MPs in democracy push
KUALA LUMPUR/PHNOM PENH: Cambodia's self-exiled opposition veteran Sam Rainsy met Malaysian lawmakers on Tuesday in a push to rally support in Southeast Asia against authoritarian ruler Hun Sen just as the European Union considers withdrawing trade preferences.
Malaysia downgrade: another blow to flying safety in Asia
HONG KONG: Malaysia’s aviation-safety downgrade makes Asia the region with the most markets where airlines are restricted from US airspace.
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