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Phuket News
Phuket Opinion: ‘Reviving’ drowning victims
PHUKET: Since the beginning of the practice of medicine, medical professionals have been trying to “bring people back from the dead”. The treatments and procedures used today are dramatically different than those used decades ago, yet with all our progress, only 45% of victims of sudden cardiac arrest survive until hospital discharge.
Man slain in Saphan Hin street shooting
PHUKET: Police are investigating the slaying of a local councillor’s son in a street shooting near Saphan Hin early this morning (Jan 19).
Model claiming Trump secrets ’dragged’ into Russian detention
MOSCOW: A Belarusian model who claimed she had proof of Russian collusion with the Trump election campaign was in custody Friday after police “dragged” her from a transit zone in Moscow’s airport, her lawyer told AFP.
Five soldiers injured by bombs, insurgent killed
NARATHIWAT: Frightened children huddled on the classroom floor amid the sound of gunfire and a helicopter hovering overhead as security forces and militants clashed in a rubber plantation near their school in Chanae District yesterday morning (Jan 18).
SEC punishes top Bangkok Airways shareholders
BANGKOK: The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has imposed a civil sanction on three major shareholders of SET-listed Bangkok Airways Plc (BA), including billionaire Prasert Prasarttong-Osoth, on the grounds of stock manipulation of the share price.
Bangkok haze sweeps into surrounding provinces
BANGKOK: The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation has warned that harmful levels of PM2.5 particles were detected in three other provinces yesterday (Jan 18).
French tourist drowns in Surin Islands snorkelling trip
PHANG NGA: A 56-year-old Frenchman has died after being pulled from the water unconscious during a snorkelling trip at the Surin Islands National Park yesterday (Jan 17).
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: US gov’t shutdown affecting Phuket? Sunscreen affecting coral! More South Thai bombings! || Jan. 18
PHUKET XTRA - January 18 US government shutdown affecting Phuket tsunami buoy? |:| Sunscreen affecting Phuket coral! |:| New Year karaoke murder arrest |:| MORE South Thailand bombings? |:| E-traffic tickets coming to Thailand Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Phuket officials, Soi Dog rally after dog rabies death
PHUKET: A rabies quarantine zone has been established across a large section of Phuket as officials work alongside staffers from the Soi Dog Foundation to ensure against an outbreak of rabies.
DPM Prawit tight-lipped since joking about Nairobi attack
THAILAND: Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon has not spoken to reporters for two days, since being criticised for treating the deadly terrorist attack on a Nairobi hotel as a joke.
 
The Thaiger
Belarusian ‘Anastasia’ will be in Moscow detention another 3 days

Anastasia Vashukevich, aka. Nastya Rybka, the Belarusian model/sex-educator/Instagramer who spent a year in a Thai jail awaiting last week’s Court case, and was then deported, remains in a Moscow jail as of last night after the presiding judge decided to extend her detention by 72 hours. She was arrested at Moscow airport on Thursday after […]

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New 500 baht fine for drunk cycling

Up to now drink-driving cyclists have not been included in the laws governing drunk drivers of other vehicles in Thailand. But with the rising popularity of cycling as a fitness trend, that’s about to change with a new 500 baht fine if bought drunk in control of a bike. Drunk bicyclists who are currently immune […]

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Bangkok smog: Police get out their hoses

by Kornkamon Aksorndech Traffic police and volunteers sprayed water at four locations in Bangkok this morning in a bid to curb the dust and smog pollution. Pol Maj General Nithithorn Jintakanon, commander of the Traffic Police Division of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, presided at the dispatch of 150 police officers and volunteers from his headquarters […]

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Club raid in Bangkok. Everyone detained tested positive to drug use.

PHOTOS: The Nation Another Bangkok night spot is is being threatened with closure after an early morning raid found it open too late, unlicensed and with patrons stocked up and pumped up with illicit drugs. A team from the Provincial Administration Department and other officials raided the 56 Arena Music Hall on Charoenrat Road in […]

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2019: It’s all about you

2019 comes with all sorts of expectations – a new beginning, a renaissance, a rebirth. You may be looking ahead for individual tweaks and improvements or perhaps you want to change something altogether. From cutting out chocolate to saturated fats, many will look at altering their figure. Thanks to numerous technological advancements and greater accessibility […]

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Bangkok Airways celebrates the arrival of its 40th aircraft

Bangkok Airways has welcome the latest Airbus A319 as the local airline’s 40th aircraft when it arrived at Suvarnabhumi Airport. The event was led by Dechit Chareonwong, vice president of Flight Operations and joined by Nijjapat Piyapant, vice president of Ground Operations. This aircraft type, the latest incarnation of the short-haul A320, consists of 144 economy class […]

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Top 10 countries in Asia – DataLeads report

PHOTO: Travelience “Japan is ranked the best country in Asia and fifth globally. Thailand ranks 27th globally” DataLeads reports that a survey conducted in 80 countries shows that Japan and Australia are the only Asia-Pacific countries that features in the top 10 best countries of the world. The ranking of countries is measured through factors […]

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Bangkok smog: Sunday awakes to another day of ‘unhealthy’ air in the capital

As promised, Bangkok and the central region have been battling with enduring smog this weekend. On Friday the Thai Meteorological Department warned of smog and haze continuing over the weekend in parts of the capital and in nearby Pattaya due to a weakening cold front in the north of country, bordering Laos. Given the fingers […]

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Thailand’s War Elephants aiming for an upset over China – Asian Cup

PHOTO: Chanathip Songkrasin (First from the left) getting ready for tonight’s game with his fellow teammates Make sure dinner is wrapped up and the kids are in bed by 9pm because it’s Asian Cup round-of-sixteen time with China lining up against Thailand. J-League star Chanathip Songkrasin says he’s determined to spearhead Thailand to an upset […]

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UPDATE: 4000 villagers attend funeral rites for slain monks in Narathiwat

Over 4,000 villagers, including more than 300 monks from several temples in southern provinces and border provinces of Malaysia, have attended a bathing ritual for the two monks slain by gunmen who stormed Wat Rattananuparb in Narathiwat on Friday night. Read more about the raid HERE. The bathing rites for Phra Khru Prachote Rattananurak, the […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Thailand fall to China at Asian Cup
AL AIN, United Arab Emirates: China defeated Thailand 2-1 Sunday night, eliminating the War Elephants from the Asian Cup 2019 tournament.
Jazz fires sparkling final round to win Singapore Open
SINGAPORE: Thailand's Jazz Janewattananond played a sparkling final round to win the Singapore Open golf with a record-breaking score Sunday, seeing off tough challenges from Paul Casey and Matthew Fitzpatrick.
Ratchanok retains Malaysia Masters crown
Ratchanok Intanon did it again -- the second year in a row -- with a two-set victory on Sunday over Carolina Marin to retain the title of the Malaysia Masters badminton tournament.
Better safety measures for southern monks mooted
NAKHOM PATHOM/NARATHIWAT: The government and National Office of Buddhism (NOB) are laying out safety measures to protect monks in the southern border provinces after a fatal attack at a temple in Narathiwat that killed two monks and injured two others.
Two arrested in Thai-Australian drug bust
Two transnational heroin smugglers - a Canadian national and a Thai man - have been arrested on drug charges and assets worth over 7.5 million baht seized, Office of the Narcotic Control Board (Oncb) secretary-general Niyom Termsrisuk said at a press conference on Sunday.
'Model spy' deported from Thailand still in Russian jail
MOSCOW: A Belarusian model who claimed she had proof of Russian collusion with the Trump election campaign, had her detention in Moscow extended by three days by a Russian court on Saturday.
Vietnam makes pitch as investor safe haven in trade war
A red-hot economy, business-friendly policies and a Communist party led by free-traders: that’s the elevator pitch Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc is delivering to global investors amid the US-China trade war.
Curtain closes for winter fair
The 'Un Ai Rak Khlai Khwam Nao' (Love and Warmth at Winter's End) fair at the Royal Plaza ended on Saturday with memorable moments for visitors attending the month-long event. — Bangkok Post
Office ‘placemaking’ gains momentum
Today we are seeing a growing trend towards placemaking in the office sector. CBRE defines placemaking as “integrating design, amenities, and community to create a unique space where people want to be”.
BMW i8 Roadster (2019) review
The BMW i8 has spawned soft-top derv that isn’t without flaws, but there’s still much to like about it.
 
NationMultimedia.com
Fuel pipeline blaze in Mexico kills at least 73
An explosion and fire in central Mexico killed at least 73 people after hundreds swarmed to the site of an illegal fuel-line tap to gather gasoline amid a government crackdown on fuel theft, officials said.
Poll shows people worried elections may not even be held
Since relevant agencies have failed to publish the electoral Royal Decree to announce a date for the national elections, uncertainty over whether the vote will even be held has become a top concern, a Suan Dusit poll learned recently. 
Two killed in deadly sedan-pickup collision
Two people were killed and three others seriously wounded in a collision involving a sedan and a pickup in Samut Prakan’s Phra Samut Chedi district on Sunday.
Chanathip eyes on upset win over China
J-League star Chanathip Songkrasin is determined to spearhead Thailand to an upset over the powerful  China as the two nations confront in the Asian Cup round of 16 at 9pm today in Al Ain.
UPDATE: Five police officers transferred after raid on pub
Five senior officers at Bangkok’s Wat Phraya Krai Police Station were transferred to inactive posts with immediate effect pending a probe result over alleged negligence after a Sunday morning raid of a pub in their jurisdiction found wrongdoings.
Two arrested in crackdown on transnational drug ring
A Canadian man and his Thai male accomplice have been arrested in a joint operation to crack down on a transnational drug trafficking ring that tried to smuggle heroin hidden in automobile shock absorbers into Australia, Niyom Termsrisuk secretary-general of the Office of Narcotics Control Board (ONCB), told a press conference in Bangkok on Sunday.
Anastasia Vashukevich trial
Anastasia Vashukevich attends hearing of investigation motion on her arrest at the Nagatinsky district court in Moscow, Russia, 19 January 2019.
UK's Prince Philip, 97, back driving - without seatbelt
Britain's Prince Philip has been spoken to by the police for driving without a seatbelt -- just two days after the 97-year-old was involved in a car crash.
Bus fare hike? What bus fare hike?
A Bangkok survey has found that many residents are unaware about the Bt1-Bt2 bus-fare hike coming into effect on Monday and that most of those who do know are worried about another increase in the cost of living.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Thailand fall to China at Asian Cup
AL AIN, United Arab Emirates: China defeated Thailand 2-1 Sunday night, eliminating the War Elephants from the Asian Cup 2019 tournament.
Jazz fires sparkling final round to win Singapore Open
SINGAPORE: Thailand's Jazz Janewattananond played a sparkling final round to win the Singapore Open golf with a record-breaking score Sunday, seeing off tough challenges from Paul Casey and Matthew Fitzpatrick.
World's oldest man dies at 113 in Japan
KUSHIRO, Japan: Masazo Nonaka, a 113-year-old from Japan who was recognised by Guinness World Records last year as the world's oldest living man, died at his home Sunday, his family said.
Ratchanok retains Malaysia Masters crown
Ratchanok Intanon did it again -- the second year in a row -- with a two-set victory on Sunday over Carolina Marin to retain the title of the Malaysia Masters badminton tournament.
Better safety measures for southern monks mooted
NAKHOM PATHOM/NARATHIWAT: The government and National Office of Buddhism (NOB) are laying out safety measures to protect monks in the southern border provinces after a fatal attack at a temple in Narathiwat that killed two monks and injured two others.
Man electrocuted replacing roof tiles with metal sheets
SONGKHLA: A construction contractor plunged to his death from the roof of a two-storey house in Hat Yai district after he was electrocuted on Sunday, police said.
'Like a fine wine': Philippines cheers Pacquiao victory
MANILA: Raucous cheers erupted from Philippine boxing fans in Manila who jumped in joy to celebrate the victory of Manny Pacquiao against Adrien Broner on Sunday, comparing their 40-year-old idol to a "fine wine".
Two arrested in Thai-Australian drug bust
Two transnational heroin smugglers - a Canadian national and a Thai man - have been arrested on drug charges and assets worth over 7.5 million baht seized, Office of the Narcotic Control Board (Oncb) secretary-general Niyom Termsrisuk said at a press conference on Sunday.
'Model spy' deported from Thailand still in Russian jail
MOSCOW: A Belarusian model who claimed she had proof of Russian collusion with the Trump election campaign, had her detention in Moscow extended by three days by a Russian court on Saturday.
Vietnam makes pitch as investor safe haven in trade war
A red-hot economy, business-friendly policies and a Communist party led by free-traders: that’s the elevator pitch Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc is delivering to global investors amid the US-China trade war.
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