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Phuket News
Phuket makes final preparations for national election
PHUKET: Police and other security personnel will be present at all 366 polling stations across the island during voting in the national election tomorrow (Mar 24), Nutthawat Wongitsaraphap, Director of the Phuket office of the Election Commission (PEC), has confirmed.
Rains to come late this year: Phuket Met
PHUKET: The Phuket branch of the Thai Meteorological Department (Phuket Met) has warned that the annual rains that usually arrive with the southwest monsoon may be late this year due to the El Nino global weather pattern.
Police warn of election alcohol ban
PHUKET: Phuket Provincial Police have cautioned business operators that the national election tomorrow will see a ban on the sale of alcohol starting at 6pm tonight (Mar 23).
Russian fugitive arrested in Phuket on Interpol notice
PHUKET: A Russian fugitive wanted in his home country for extortion has been arrested by Thai police in Phuket.
Preparations made to tackle drought
NATIONWIDE: Authorities have made advance preparations even though this year’s drought is expected to be manageable, according to a senior official at the Office of the National Water Resources (ONWR).
High Phuket voter turnout expected for national election
PHUKET: Nearly 300,000 people will be on the move in Phuket this Sunday (Mar 24) as they head to polling stations set up across the island to cast their votes in the national election.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Thailand Elections: What you need to know || March 22
PHUKET XTRA - March 22 Thailand 1st elections in 7 years, what you need to know |:| Muay Thai fighter dies in crash |:| Free emergency water |:| Beach clean-up nets 92kg of trash Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Manhunt after driver flashes gun at road user
PHUKET: Police are hunting for a man who waved a handgun out of his car window at another driver on Thepkasattri Rd in Thalang at around 10am this morning (Mar 22).
Free emergency water now deployed across Phuket
PHUKET: Residents across Phuket left high and dry without mains water supply due to reduced pressure can now call local authorities to have free emergency water delivered to their homes.
TCEB launches new online ‘MICE Intelligence & Resource Centre’
BANGKOK: The Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau’s (TCEB) MICE Intelligence & Innovation Department (TCEB M2I) has launched the new ‘MICE Intelligence & Resource Centre’, which is accessible to suppliers, organisers and all players involved in the MICE industry.
 
The Thaiger
Top Five things to consider if you’re buying a condo in Thailand

Not quite a Top Ten but some good straight-talking about buying condominiums in Thailand from Desmond Hughes from Hughes Krupica… One of the most commonly read or spoken summary of foreign ownership of property in Thailand is along the lines of “Foreigners can buy a foreign freehold condominium in their name”. At this sentence, many foreign […]

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Thailand ‘slightly impacted’ from a no deal Brexit

The EU has agreed to postpone Brexit from next Friday and give UK PM Theresa May time to get her deal approved in Parliament. The PM had hoped to persuade the EU to delay the March 29 Brexit date, set in law, to June 30. But the EU country leaders have offered her two dates… […]

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No sign of concrete policies for conflict in the far South

by Don Pathan Parties offer few if any answers for a 15 year old deadly insurgency that successive governments have failed to quell. Peace and conflict have never been significant parts of any political party platform in Thailand. This is because a sustainable solution calls for long-term commitment to a policy that could prove to be […]

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Doubt over ‘majority support’ in survey about drilling near Si Thep historical park

Locals are up in arms about results from a public hearing into oil drilling project near the Si Thep historical park in Phetchabun province (just north of Bangkok). They are expressing doubt and concern over results of a public hearing that appear to show support for the project. Thai PBS reports that Mr. Prachuab Narkthien, […]

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Ban on alcohol for 24 hours, starts today at 6pm

Thais go to the polls tomorrow (Sunday) for the first time since 2011, which also means there will be a 24 hour alcohol ban this weekend, starting this evening. Alcohol sales and distribution will be forbidden from 6pm on Saturday to 6pm on Sunday. Officials say weddings, parties and other celebrations can still be organised […]

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94 motorcycles seized, 88 arrested – BKK road racing clampdown

Police have arrested 88 motorcyclists and seized 94 motorcycles last night for illegally modifying their bikes for road racing. Pol Maj Gen Nithithorn Jintakanon, traffic police chief of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, called a late night media pack at the Metropolitan Police Division 3 at 11.30pm to announce the arrests. Police set up road checkpoints […]

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Everything you need to know about tomorrow’s vote

by Kanjana Lao, Nation Graphics Seven million new eligible voters will impact the outcome of tomorrow’s election, the first since 2011. The many new young voters, and the new election system, means that an outcome is very difficult to predict. But here’s Thai Election 2019 1.01 for newbies, thanks to The Nation.

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“X-Ray Outlaw Foreigner” arrest numbers hit 8,400

by Kittipong Maneerit More foreigners detained and likely to be deported. Seems to be a never-ending supply of illegal foreigners hiding in Thailand. X-Ray Outlaw Foreigner has been an almost weekly campaign to round up and deport overstaying and illegal foreigners over the past two years. Another 490 foreigners were caught this week in the […]

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Motorbike driver smashes through glass window after accelerator malfunctions

A female motorbike driver has sustained injuries after her motorbike’s hand grip malfunctioned and she collided with a glass wall. Chalong Police were notified of the incident at an air conditioning shop at 6pm yesterday on Chao Fa West Road in Chalong. Police and emergency responders arrived and found the shattered glass wall and a […]

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Deputy PM promises ‘no coup’ after the election

Thailand’s Deputy PM General Prawit Wongsuwan is hosing down speculation that there could be another coup after the March 24 general election if the votes don’t support the pro-military parties. Responding to questions about his role in maintaining peace and order around this Sunday’s election, General Prawit says there is “nothing to worry about”, including the situation in the […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
'I would die for this country': Prayut
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha stole the show on Friday on the last day of election campaign rallies when he appeared on the Palang Pracharath Party's (PPRP) rally stage to the surprise of cheering crowds at Thephasdin Stadium near the National Stadium in Bangkok.
Preparations made to tackle drought
Authorities have made advance preparations even though this year's drought is expected to be manageable, according to a senior official at the Office of the National Water Resources (ONWR).
Festival introduces Libyan children to life beyond war
Libyan children dressed up as doctors, travelled with make-believe passports, and made buildings out of toy bricks at a festival aimed at showing the youth life beyond violence and war. - REUTERS
In Venezuela, water is now gold
Venezuelans have spent months without getting any water from the tap after power blackouts cut off supply and pipes failed due to a lack of maintenance. - REUTERS
EC ready for poll despite many fraud complaints
The Election Commission (EC) has affirmed that it is ready for the general election on Sunday despite almost 100 complaints of electoral fraud being lodged so far.
Baseball icon Ichiro Suzuki retires
Ichiro Suzuki, the most prolific hitter in baseball history and an icon on both sides of the Pacific, retires as his fellow Seattle Mariners wept, bowed and hugged him in a Tokyo stadium rocking with cheers. - REUTERS
Coach Sirisak ruled out for Thai job
Somyot Poompunmuang, president of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT), on Friday dashed any hopes that Thailand caretaker coach Sirisak Yodyardthai may have harboured for a full-time role.
Japanese, Chinese firms to survey EEC
Some 200 Japanese and Chinese companies will visit Thailand on April 2 to study the business feasibility of five infrastructure projects in the flagship Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), potentially joining with local companies to form a consortium for bidding, says the EEC Office.
New faces bring hope for wind of change
I have a strange feeling. I feel the wind of change is coming.
Capital stuck in Stone Age with fighting cabbies
Sometimes it feels as if we are still in the Stone Age. A recent attack on a motorcycle taxi rider who works for a popular app by a regular bike taxi give us this impression.
 
NationMultimedia.com
Phalang Pracharat campaign trucks tour Bangkok
Phalang Pracharat leaders paid respect to to sacred spirits at their head office on Saturday before sending out campaign trucks to seek support on the day before the election on Sunday.
MEA confident of no blackouts on election day
The Metropolitan Electricity Authority expressed confidence on Saturday that no blackout would occur at ballot counting and election coordination centres in Bangkok on Sunday.
EC app can speed up voting process
Voters can shorten the time they spend at polling stations on Sunday by checking their order with the Election Commission's Smart Vote app.
The voices that can’t be ignored
Drivals of a newgeneration party are wrestling to break its grip on seven million firsttime voters
At the ballot box
What to know before voting on Sunday
24-hour alcohol ban for election
Thais go to the polls on Sunday for the first time since 2011, which also means there will be a 24-hour alcohol ban this weekend.
Final push to woo voters
Parties pull out their trump cards, as ec declares it is ready to roll on sunday
Thailand job is not yours yet, Sirisak told
Interim coach Sirisak Yodyadthai is still unlikely to be appointed the full-time manager of the Thailand football team, despite orchestrating Thursday’s astonishing 1-0 win over China in Nanning.
Splendid in Si Sa Ket
With its Kmer ruins, breathtaking scenery and welcoming residents, this lower Isaan province is perfect for a weekend break
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
'I would die for this country': Prayut
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha stole the show on Friday on the last day of election campaign rallies when he appeared on the Palang Pracharath Party's (PPRP) rally stage to the surprise of cheering crowds at Thephasdin Stadium near the National Stadium in Bangkok.
Preparations made to tackle drought
Authorities have made advance preparations even though this year's drought is expected to be manageable, according to a senior official at the Office of the National Water Resources (ONWR).
EC ready for poll despite many fraud complaints
The Election Commission (EC) has affirmed that it is ready for the general election on Sunday despite almost 100 complaints of electoral fraud being lodged so far.
Coach Sirisak ruled out for Thai job
Somyot Poompunmuang, president of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT), on Friday dashed any hopes that Thailand caretaker coach Sirisak Yodyardthai may have harboured for a full-time role.
Japanese, Chinese firms to survey EEC
Some 200 Japanese and Chinese companies will visit Thailand on April 2 to study the business feasibility of five infrastructure projects in the flagship Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), potentially joining with local companies to form a consortium for bidding, says the EEC Office.
US body urges next regime to reform IP
The US Chamber of Commerce says intellectual property (IP) should be a top reform priority for the next government to increase the amount of foreign investment coming into Thailand.
GH Bank, PAT plan slum project
The state-owned GH Bank will join with the Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) to develop a high-rise residential project in the Klong Toey area for low-income earners.
Princess presides at reception for Thaksin's daughter
Princess Ubolratana on Friday presided over the wedding reception of Thaksin Shinawatra’s youngest daughter in Hong Kong.
Politician Prayut the highlight of last-gasp party rallies
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha took the stage at the final rally of the pro-regime Palang Pracharath Party in Bangkok on Friday night, saying he was “ready to die for the country” and warning supporters to beware of false promises.
Potential $3bn SCB insurance deal revived
FWD Group, backed by Hong Kong billionaire Richard Li, has revived talks about a potential acquisition of the life insurance operation Siam Commercial Bank after a two-year hiatus.
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