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Phuket News
Locals pin hopes on travel bubble
BANGKOK: Most Thais prefer the travel bubble scheme to have strict regulations for entry, but they would allow in more than 2,000 people a day because it would help revive the economy.
Hit-and-run driver kills monk in Chalong
PHUKET: Police are searching for the driver of a white saloon car that fled the scene after knocking down a monk on Chaofa East Rd in Chalong this morning (July 4). The monk sustained fatal injuries and died at the scene.
Couple arrested for stealing gas cylinders for sale
PHUKET: Police have arrested a man and a woman for stealing gas cylinders for sale in Wichit and Rassada.
Electricity outage to hit Pa Khlok, Yao islands
PHUKET: The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced that the electricity supply will be temporarily shut off in parts of Pa Khlok and both of the Yao islands off Phuket’s east coast on Thursday (July 9) as work is carried out on installing new high-voltage cables.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: TAT talks ending dual pricing! Chinese tourists main target for Phuket? || July 3
PHUKET XTRA - July 3 || Brought to you by PVCPhuket.com TAT supports ending dual pricing? |:| Fears of a second wave of Covid infections |:| Phuket bars handed down rules |:| Chinese tourists main target for Phuket ’bubble’ Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Chinese tourists for Phuket ‘bubble’
PHUKET: The Tourism and Sports Ministry will target specific provinces in China in a campaign to attract visitors back the resort island as travel restrictions are eased.
TAT Governor marks more than 100 Phuket tourism operators awarded SHA certification
PHUKET: Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Governor Yuthasak Supasorn was in Phuket yesterday (July 2) to mark more than 100 Phuket tourism industry operators being certified under the Amazing Thailand Safety & Health Administration scheme.
Police track Phuket post office, Kerry Express thief to Phang Nga
PHUKET: Wichit Police have tracked down and arrested a man in Thai Mueng, Phang Nga, after he broke into a Thailand Post Office and two Kerry Express offices in Phuket.
Phuket Provincial Police confirm alcohol ban
PHUKET: Phuket Provincial Police have announced today that the alcohol ban for the major Buddhist religious holidays Asarnha Bucha and Khao Phansa will be in effect this Sunday and Monday (July 5-6).
CCSA fears infections surge over long weekend
BANGKOK: The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) is concerned that a mass exodus of Thais expected to travel to their provincial homes during the long holiday on July 4-7 could lead to a new surge in COVID-19 infections, spokesman Taweesin Visanuyothin said.
 
The Thaiger
Man arrested for triple fatal shooting in Nakhon Phanom

Police in the Isaan’s Nakhon Phanom have arrested a man for the shooting death of his wife and 2 of her family members. The suspect reportedly confessed he acted out of jealousy after learning his wife wanted to return to her ex-husband. 41 year old Noppadol Nuamsamlee was arrested shortly after the fatal shooting of […]

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Poll shows most Bangkok residents dissatisfied with public bus service

A recent survey by Bangkok Poll showed most of the city’s residents aren’t satisfied with the capital’s bus services, citing long waiting times, shabby conditions and thick black exhaust. The poll, conducted June 25-29 by the Bangkok University Research Centre, surveyed 1,299 people aged over 18 to gauge public satisfaction with city buses. The largest […]

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Alcohol bans tomorrow and Monday in Thailand

2 Buddhist holidays, Asahna Bucha Day, and the start of Buddhist Lent, fall on this weekend. As a result the government has added Monday, July 6, as a national holiday. There will be an alcohol ban tomorrow, Sunday (July 5) and Monday (July 6). No alcohol will be sold or served on these days. The […]

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Prohibition activist criticises unequal enforcement of Thai alcohol laws

The head of the prohibitionist Alcohol Watch Network is criticising the Office of Alcohol Beverage Control and police for looking the other way after ML Piyapas Bhirombhakdi posted a photo of herself showing off a branded bottle of an alcoholic drink on her Instagram profile (the picture has since been deleted). Piyapas is not only […]

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Covid-19 update: 40 days with no locally transmitted cases (July 4)

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration confirmed this morning that Thailand has not recorded a single locally transmitted case of Covid-19 in 40 days. 5 imported cases were reported today of repatriated Thai nationals – 1 from Kuwait, 1 from the UK and 3 from Sudan. All were discovered in state quarantine facilities. CCSA spokesman […]

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Major international retailers banning monkey-picked coconuts – VIDEO

Allegations of animal abuse are prompting major Western retailers to pull Thai coconut products from their shelves, amid accusations that the coconuts are picked by monkeys treated inhumanely. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals claim monkeys are snatched from the wild and trained to pick up to 1,000 coconuts a day. The animal rights […]

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Opposition questions ministry’s plan to buy firefighting helicopters

Thailand’s interior minister yesterday defended his plan to purchase 6 firefighting helicopters, saying the ministry doesn’t have any such helicopters and relies on military choppers to fight wildfires, “which aren’t up to the task”. Anupong Paojinda was responding to an objection raised by the opposition during yesterday’s House debate on the budget bill for the […]

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50 dogs rescued from alleged Chiang Mai puppy farm

A raid on an alleged puppy farm owned by an American man in Chiang Mai has resulted in the rescue of some 50 Thai Ridgeback dogs. Non-profit organisation Watchdog Thailand says most of the dogs were found in terrible condition and many more had died from illness and starvation. The owner claimed the dogs were […]

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Global Covid-19 cases exceed 11 million people. Deaths over 529,000.

Covid-19 infections around the globe surpassed 11 million yesterday, another grim milestone in the spread of the virus that’s has killed more than half a million people since the outbreak began just over 6 months ago. According to the World Health Organisation, the number of cases is now more than double the figure for severe […]

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Body of unidentified Asian man found floating off Pattaya’s Koh Sak

The body of an unidentified man has been found floating  floating off Koh Sak in Pattaya Bay yesterday afternoon. Pattaya City Police were notified of the gruesome discovery about 2pm. Police and emergency responders arrived at the scene, 2 kilometres from Koh Sak. The man, of Asian descent but unknown nationality, appeared to be in […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Thailand not on UK no-quarantine list
LONDON: Travellers from Thailand arriving in England will still be required to self-isolate for 14 days, according to revised guidelines.
Five new cases in state quarantine
Five new coronavirus cases, all quarantined Thai returnees, were reported on Saturday, marking 40 days in a row with no local transmission.
Monkey-picked coconut boycott spreads
Major Western retailers have begun to pull Thai coconut products from their shelves amid allegations that the coconuts were picked by inhumanely treated monkeys.
Thai Airways to offer partial rehab plan in August
Thai Airways International (THAI) will speed up the drafting of its rehabilitation plan to submit it to the Central Bankruptcy Court on Aug 17, when the court is scheduled to begin examining the airline's rehabilitation request, acting THAI president Chansin Treenuchagron said on Friday.
Government survives key test with B3.3tn budget vote
The coalition government survived a key challenge on Friday when Parliament passed the first reading of a 3.3 trillion baht budget bill for the 2021 fiscal year, aimed at reviving an economy battered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Thai cities getting pricier for expats
Bangkok and Chiang Mai remain among the 30 most expensive cities for expats in Asia, with Ashgabat in Turkmenistan still on top of the global and Asian tables.
Local tours planned for medical tourists
The government is planning for local tours for medical and wellness tourists from overseas from next month, and the start of tourism "travel bubbles" in September, a senior spokesman said on Friday .
Bahrain returnee covid-infected
The government on Friday reported one new case of Covid-19 infection, a quarantined returnee from Bahrain, raising the total to 3,180.
Pandemic gives Prayut leverage to extend stay in power
It is a year since Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha returned to power as a civilian leader, but his government already has its sights set on staying in power beyond the remaining three years of its term.
Union calls for review of mass lay-offs
The labour union of the Education Ministry’s textbook publishing and sales business, known as Suksapan, is demanding a review of the mass layoffs announced this week, blaming mismanagement for the organisation’s financial problems.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Final curtain: Film buffs salute Scala
Donning masks and observing social-distancing practices, movie fans on Saturday bade a final farewell to the Scala theatre in Bangkok, which will to close its doors for good on Sunday.
Australian man found dead in Pattaya
PATTAYA: A 59-year-old Australian man was found dead on Saturday inside an apartment with a plastic bag covering his head and fastened with a cable tie wrapped around his neck.
Thanathorn eyes half of local administration seats
The Progressive Movement, an offshoot of the disbanded Future Forward Party led by Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, aims to field candidates for more than half the seats in local administration elections.
Traffic moves slowly in Korat
NAKHON RATCHASIMA: Traffic on the Mittraphap Highway, both inbound and outbound lanes, in Si Khiu and Pak Chong districts of this northeastern province was congested on Saturday as people began their journeys for the four-day holiday.
Pattaya beaches quiet at start of long holiday
PATTAYA: Beaches in Pattaya and Jomtien were not as busy as expected on the first day of a four-day holiday weekend despite a heavy tourism promotion and the end of measures imposed to contain the coronavirus.
US army chief part of first foreign group to visit
A six-member delegation led by the US army chief of staff will be the first group of foreigners to officially visit Thailand after the easing of the ban on inbound international flights this week.
Nine Melbourne high-rises locked down
MELBOURNE: Around 3,000 residents in nine high-rise apartments in Melbourne went into lockdown for at least five days on Saturday, as officials struggled to control a coronavirus outbreak in Australia’s second biggest city.
India races to have vaccine ready by Aug 15
MUMBAI: India has set an ambitious timeline for its first potential coronavirus vaccine — from human trials to general use in six weeks.
Jealous husband held in triple killings
NAKHON PHANOM: A man facing murder charges in the shooting death of his wife and two of her family members has confessed he acted out of jealousy when he learned his wife wanted to return to her ex-husband, police say.
Thailand not on UK no-quarantine list
LONDON: Travellers from Thailand arriving in England will still be required to self-isolate for 14 days, according to revised guidelines.
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