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PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Wild monkeys rising! Climate strikers drop dead? Interpol look for fugitive tourist! || September 20
PHUKET XTRA - September 20 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Concerns over wild monkeys rising |:| Phuket: Most tourists per square mile |:| Interpol Red Notice for fugitive tourist |:| Protesters drop dead against climate change |:| 5-year-old boy dies from pick-up crash injuries Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Interpol Red Notice issued for Norwegian fugitive Roger Bullman
PHUKET: An Interpol Red Notice has been issued for Norwegian national Roger Bullman, who has absconded without warning from police in Phuket after failing to present him self in court to face a manslaughter charge for the death of British tourist Amiptal Bajaj at a Phuket resort late last month.
Myanmar boy, 5, dies from injuries in pickup U-turn collision
PHUKET: The 5-year-old Myanmar boy seriously injured when the motorbike he was sitting on with his mother and father slammed into the side of a pickup truck making a U-turn in Chalong last Sunday has died.
Angsana Laguna Phuket wins Best Sustainable Hotel in MICE awards
PHUKET: Angsana Laguna Phuket has been named winner of the Best Sustainable Hotel category at the M&C Asia Stella Awards 2019 in Singapore. The award recognises best practices in sustainability, respect for the environment, and social positioning.
Phuket most tourists per square mile in world, says report
PHUKET: With 9.29 million visitors per year, an average of 25,452 visitors per day, Phuket has the highest number of visitors per square mile per day than any other tourist destination in the world, according to a new report released by specialist travel insurance intermediary Columbus Direct.
Phuket Town awarded Asean Clean Tourist City Standard
PHUKET: Phuket Town has been bestowed the “Asean Clean Tourist City Standard” after inspection and evaluation of the town in seven key areas of asssessment.
South on alert as Songkhla faces worst haze crisis in three years
SONGKHLA: The forest fire haze from Indonesia has smothered the southern provinces of Songkhla and Yala. In Songkhla, the PM 2.5 value has reached 230 micrograms per cubic meter, which is a threat to health, officials have warned.
PM vows to speed up relief funds dispersal
BANGKOK: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has promised to step up the pace of disbursing relief funds to assist flood victims in the Northeast, although he did acknowledge that red tape had slowed down efforts so far.
Date rape drugs found in suspect’s bags in death of model Thitima case
BANGKOK: Investigators yesterday (Sept 19) found some medicines, liquid and tablets in bags belonging to the prime suspect, Rachadech Wongthabutr, a 24-year old freelance male model, in connection with the death of Thitima “Lunlabelle” Noraphanpiphat, a 25-year-old commercial presenter.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Life for Patong bar owner! PM dodges oat questions? Sea gypsies retract complaint? || September 19
PHUKET XTRA - September 19 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Patong bar owner gets life for double murder|:| Rawai Sea gypsies retract complaints |:| Prayut dodges oath omission questions |:| Muslim students rip intel order |:| Phang Nga to Phuket water pipeline approved Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
 
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6 year old Burmese boy dies from bike-pickup truck crash

SOURCE: khaosod.co.th A 6 year old Burmese boy has died following a motorcycle accident when his parents crashed the vehicle onto a pick-up truck earlier this week. He died in the intensive care ward at Vachira Hospital yesterday morning (Thursday) The accident occurred on September 15 near Soi Pramote, Chaofa West Road, Chalong. The boy’s […]

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Delta airlines jet plunges 30,000 feet in controlled descent

PHOTO: Twitter:Harris Dewoskin “Other passengers relayed that they were hastily tapping out texts on their phones thinking that they might crash.” Passengers on a Delta flight, from Atlanta to Fort Lauderdale, were terrified when their plane plunged mid-air, dropping nearly 30,000 feet in around 9 minutes. Delta report that the flight experienced a “cabin pressurisation irregularity” […]

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More arrest warrants issued over Bangkok’s August bomb attacks

PHOTO: Voice of America The Criminal Court issued arrest warrants for five more suspects yesterday over their alleged involvement in the simultaneous bomb and arson attacks in Bangkok back on August 2. Police presented evidence against them to the court yesterday to obtain warrants for their arrest. They are accused of being members of an unlawful […]

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Could you be a digital nomad in Thailand?

Are you a digital nomad? Working online wherever you can find a seat and wi-fi? According to digital nomad websites, some of the most popular locations to work online around the world include Chiang Mai & Bangkok (Thailand), Budapest (Hungary), Belgrade (Serbia), Bali (Indonesia), Lisbon (Portugal) and Buenos Aires (Argentina). What do all these cities […]

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Prayut heading to New York for six day trip, including attending UN

Thai PM General Prayut Chan-o-cha and his entourage is leaving for New York to attend the 74th United Nations General Assembly tomorrow. But the PM isn’t travelling alone. The six day trip to the US will also be made by Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai and Natural Resources and Environment Minister Varawut Silpa-archa (and half a […]

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Thailand’s August exports fall further than expected

Some more lumpy economic news for Thialand as the focus is on the monthly customs clearances to provide a compass for the country’s economy. Customs-cleared exports dropped in August 4% compared to the same month a year earlier. Exports unexpectedly rose in July, according to the commerce ministry today. The decline in August has shown […]

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Food delivery and online shopping apps are Thailand’s most used innovations

PHOTO: iStock A poll conducted by The Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO) at the Ministry of Energy has revealed Thailand’s most used technological innovations. The poll, carried out last July, studied innovation usage among Thai people from all age groups and professions, and was aimed at promoting the usage of energy-efficient innovations. It was […]

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New traffic laws come into force for Thailand today

PHOTO: ThaiVisa From today, an amendment to the Land Transport Act means traffic police can no longer confiscate driving licences. Police can still record the details of a driver’s licence but must then return it. The new system will also remove the risk of licences being lost while in the care of the police, as […]

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Our oceans are key to fighting climate change

by Amélie Bottollier-Depois and Marlowe Hood “There are at least three types of actions humans can take to help repair the damage and ensure that oceans don’t turn from friend to foe.” Humanity must heal oceans made sick by climate change and pollution to protect marine life and to save itself, experts warned days before […]

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US vaping-related illnesses surpasses 500

The links between vaping and critical lung disease appear to becoming more frequent and obvious although health authorities are struggling to find the ‘smoking gun’ that is the actual cause of the current list of cases. More than 500 people have been diagnosed with vaping-related breathing illnesses. An eighth death has also been reported. The […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Home where doomed ‘pretty’ partied in spotlight
Investigators will examine the finances of the owner of a house in Nonthaburi where a young “pretty” attended a party before she died in the lobby of a Bangkok condominium earlier this week.
Tiger carcasses put on display as proof
The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation on Friday displayed the carcasses of the tigers which died in its care after they were seized from the Tiger Temple and said they would later be destroyed.
TEST YOURSELF: The wonder girl grows up
The legendary Tata Young returns to Bangkok
Young climate strikers 'drop dead' at environment ministry
About 200 young people stormed into the Natural Resources and Environment Ministry on Friday and dropped to the ground, feigning death as they demanded government action on climate change along with thousands of strikers around the world.
Thanathorn richest MP with B5.6bn
Future Forward Party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit is the richest MP, with net worth of 5.6 billion baht.
Sabotage report 'classified': Prayut
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has insisted the report on a "network of elements sabotaging the nation" was intended for his eyes only and not for anyone else to see.
Cops find drug bags in Thitima case
Investigators on Thursday found some medicines, liquid and tablets in bags belonging to the prime suspect, Rachadech Wongthabutr, a 24-year old freelance male model, in connection with the death of Thitima "Lunlabelle" Noraphanpiphat, a 25-year-old commercial presenter.
PM vows to speed up relief funds dispersal
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has promised to step up the pace of disbursing relief funds to assist flood victims in the Northeast, although he did acknowledge that red tape had slowed down efforts so far.
Anutin backs spray ban
Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister, Anutin Charnvirakul, on Thursday voiced his strong support for a ban on toxic herbicides paraquat, glyphosate, and chlorpyrifos -- a stance shared by the Agriculture and Cooperatives and Industry ministries.
Somkid downplays rate role in boosting growth
Interest rates are less important than confidence as a mechanism for propping up economic growth, says Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
India cuts corporate tax rates
NEW DELHI: India cut corporate tax rates on Friday in a surprise move designed to attract manufacturers, revive private investment and lift growth from a six-year low that has led to major job losses and fuelled discontent in the countryside.
Thomas Cook fights to stay afloat
LONDON: Thomas Cook, one of the world’s oldest and largest travel companies, is in a race against time to stay afloat.
Home where doomed ‘pretty’ partied in spotlight
Investigators will examine the finances of the owner of a house in Nonthaburi where a young “pretty” attended a party before she died in the lobby of a Bangkok condominium earlier this week.
Huawei hamstrung by Google exile
Huawei is likely to see grim sales for the flagship smartphone Mate 30 series outside China after unveiling the model on Thursday without Google services or popular apps, including YouTube or Google Maps, says IDC Thailand, an IT research firm.
Japan catches rugby fever
TOKYO: Rugby fever swept through Japan on Friday as fans flocked to Tokyo Stadium where their Brave Blossoms defeated unfancied Russia 30-10 to open the 2020 Rugby World Cup.
Tiger carcasses put on display as proof
The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation on Friday displayed the carcasses of the tigers which died in its care after they were seized from the Tiger Temple and said they would later be destroyed.
SRT forcing vendors off Red Line land
State railway officials set a barricade at the entrance to 35-rai of land the agency owns in Bangkok's Chatuchak district on Friday, in the latest attempt to force out vendors illegally using the site, which is needed for the Red Line train route.
Students demand change in vast global climate strike
SYDNEY: Children across Asia and the Pacific kicked off what are set to be the largest global climate protests in history Friday, demanding adults act now to stop environmental disaster.
Songkhla residents protest outside Indonesian consulate
SONGKHLA: Residents affected by haze from the Indonesian forest fires gathered on Friday in front of the Indonesian consulate in Muang district calling on the Indonesian government to do more to tackle the problem.
Justice cancels contract for flawed electronic tags
Justice Minister Somsak Thepsutin has cancelled the contract for the lease of 4,000 electronic monitoring (EM) bracelets for offenders on home detention after tests showed the devices could be readily removed.
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