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PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Taxi ‘beef’ brings suspensions, Phuket reservoirs filled to the brim || October 4
PHUKET XTRA - October 4 || Brought to you by @PVC Phuket Hosted by: Chris Howson || #Phuket #PhuketNews #Thailand
Unsafe abortion prevention added to national healthcare system
BANGKOK: The government has added unsafe abortion prevention services to the national healthcare system, to assist Thai women of all ages who find it necessary to terminate their pregnancy.
Phuket Governor hosts Indonesian delegation
PHUKET: Officials welcomed the Consul-General of the Republic of Indonesia, Songkhla Province, to Phuket yesterday (Oct 3) as part of a meeting to promote and discuss good relations.
Lorong Shrine leads last day of Phuket Veg Fest processions
PHUKET: Mah Song and devotees from the popular Lorong Shrine, also called the Sui Bun Tong Shrine, held its street procession this morning (Oct 4), marking the last street procession to be held in Phuket Town during the day for this year’s Phuket Vegetarian Festival.
Grab taxi deemed ‘unauthorised’, driver fined, suspended over Kamala incident
PHUKET: The woman Grab taxi driver whose car was damaged by an angry taxi queue driver in front of Cafe del Mar in Kamаla last Saturday night (Oct 1) has been fined B2,000 and suspended for 30 days for using an “unauthorised” application for providing taxi services.
32 children died in Indonesia stadium disaster, police chief sacked
MALANG: At least 32 children died in Indonesia’s stadium crush, an official said yesterday (Oct 3), as police moved to punish those responsible for one of the deadliest disasters in football history.
‘No closures’ when virus hits schools
BANGKOK: The Ministry of Education have announced a new set of control measures for schools and universities, stating that school closures may no longer be necessary after the coronavirus’ reclassification.
Rains fill Phuket reservoirs to the brim
PHUKET: Heavy downpours across Phuket over the past week have filled the main three reservoirs on the island to the brim, with the chief of the Phuket Irrigation Office warning people in risk areas to beware landslips and flooding.
Prayut cautious on political future
BANGKOK: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha kept silent on his political future today (Oct 3) as he returned to work after the Constitutional Court ruled in his favour, extending his legal tenure until 2025.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Prayut to stay on as Premier, Kathu Shrine procession, Man pulled saved from wreck || October 3
PHUKET XTRA - October 3 || Brought to you by @PVC Phuket Hosted by: Chris Howson || #Phuket #PhuketNews #Thailand
 
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Kanye West’s “White Lives Matter” shirt at Paris Fashion Week

Controversial attention-seeking right-wing rapper Kanye West has once again made waves. Kanye hosted a surprise fashion show during Paris Fashion Week where he wore a t-shirt reading “White Lives Matter”. The American rapper made headlines recently after all ties were cut between his Yeezy sneaker line and GAP and Adidas. The unannounced fashion show took place at a secret venue with some of the most high-profile designers in attendance. Top models wore Kanye’s new collection, called Yzyszn9. One shirt worn by models and also sported by Kanye himself was a long-sleeve t-shirt that had Pope John Paul II on the […]

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Tangmo defendant repays vow with 5-metre Ultraman figure

A defendant from the Tangmo case, Tanupat “Por’’ Lerttaweewit, repaid a vow he made at a famous temple in the southern part of Thailand by offering a 5-metre Ultraman figure. Thai netizens believe he made a wish related to the Tangmo case after Tangmo’s mother agreed to accept compensation and dropped murder charges. The Kom Chad Luek platform reported that one of the defendants, the owner of the speedboat, Tanupat “Por’’ Lerttaweewit, travelled to Wat Chedi in the southern province of Nakhon Si Thammarat yesterday to make an offering. According to the platform’s report, Por posted a picture of the […]

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Bangkok asks companies to let employees work from home until October 7

As the Thai capital prepares for another torrential downpour, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) requested that companies allow employees to work from home where possible from October 5 – 7. “City-dwellers prepare for another period of heavy rain. Be wary of certain areas which are prone to flooding. Heavy rain is expected from now until October 7. We ask for cooperation from companies to allow employees to either work from home or return from home early where possible to ease the burden on transportation.” Last night, deep floods on Chaeng Wattana Road caused traffic to come to a standstill. Paramedics […]

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Thailand News Today | Prime minister’s achievements since coming back to the office

  Prime minister’s achievements since coming back to the office Thailand Prime minister’s The government has pledged to make human trafficking its top priority— as Thailand renewed stronger trade ties with Australia yesterday. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha met Australia’s new ambassador, Angela Jane Macdonald, at Government House yesterday discussed several options including trade opportunities between the two nations as they celebrated 70 years of diplomatic relations. Government spokesperson Anucha Buraphachaisri made it known that tackling human trafficking is one of Thailand’s top priorities.  The Australian diplomat welcomed Thailand’s commitment to stamping out the trafficking of persons and said Canberra is […]

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Revealed: the best rooftop bars in the world

Press Release  A new report ranks the best rooftop bars in the world. The rooftop bar index by Mandoemedia.com ranks 200 of the world’s rooftop bars based on customer experience, price, and social media shares to reveal the best place to grab a drink with a view. Key Findings Bangkok and Barcelona are the best cities in the world for rooftop bars, each featuring 3 bars in the top 20 rankings. Yao Restaurant & Rooftop Bar in Bangkok is ranked as the second best rooftop bar in the world, based on customer experience. Sky Bar Bangkok ranked number 3 as the most Instagrammable […]

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Father & 2 year old son shot in Chiang Mai

A father and his two year old son were shot while riding a motorcycle in Chiang Mai in the early hours of this morning. The man died at the scene while his son is in critical condition. Officers from Chai Prakarn Police Station were notified of the incident on Mae Khi Road in the Si Dong Yen sub-district, Chai Prakan district, in Chiang Mai at 2am today. The body of 27 year old Na was found on the road. He was shot in the head, neck, and back. His son was located nearby with a bullet wound to the chest. […]

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Officials predict over 100,000 people at Pattaya International Fireworks Festival

The annual Pattaya International Fireworks Festival is coming up in November, and city officials have made some estimates about how many people will attend. Officials have estimated that over 100,000 domestic and foreign tourists will make their way to the festival.  The festival will be held from November 25-26 on Pattaya Beach. If estimates come true, the festival will be the biggest event in Pattaya since pre-Covid days. The festival was held in 2020 and 2021, however, fewer people were able to come due to Covid-19 restrictions. But now, Pattaya City Officials expect the festival to come back in full […]

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Six-legged golden frog brings good fortune in northern Thailand

A six-legged golden frog hopped into a northern Thai man’s life in Phayao province just over a year ago and has brought him good fortune ever since, he told the media today. The special frog jumped into 50 year old Somboon Tuakrua’s house in the Mueang district around a year ago. Somboon said the amphibian was calm and docile, so he captured it and put it inside a well in his garden, which became the frog’s new home. Somboon says he has looked after the six-legged frog well and received good fortune in return. Somboon claims his successful gambling streak […]

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Saii Laguna Phuket to hold a conference on tourism safety and security

This is a one-day conference bringing together the Phuket tourism industry, Thai government departments and the international community to discuss matters relating to tourism safety and security in Phuket. The following topics will be discussed: Security Awareness and Crime Prevention Protective Security Incident Response Panel Discussion: Emerging Consular Trends Post Covid-19 Tourism Industry Cyber Risks Engaging Embassies and Consulates Event is: Free entry to all (no cost and anyone can join) – full day with materials, includes coffee breaks, lunch and networking The seminar will be conducted in Thai and English Meet safety and security experts from the UK Register […]

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Mother seeks justice after a monk slapped her son

The mother of a 17 year old schoolboy slapped by a monk in a Buddhist ethics camp in the Isaan province of Udon Thani wants justice for the assault. The provincial chief monk says his subordinate’s action did not violate monk rules. The child’s 33 year old mother, Waranya, is furious with the monk and seeks justice. She urged the Thai media to highlight the assault on her son, a grade 11 student from a school in the Wang Sam Mor district of Udon Thani. The mother said her child got slapped by a 45 year old monk, Phra Maha […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
PM scorned for backing radio as flood information medium
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has suggested that transistor radios may often be the best means of keeping people informed during major flooding, but his remark drew public scorn.
Upriver provinces face flooding to save Bangkok
The National Water Command Centre has warned flooded provinces along the Chao Phraya River of rising water levels as it slows the downriver surge from the North to protect Bangkok.
Unsafe abortion prevention added to national healthcare system
The government has added unsafe abortion prevention services to the national healthcare system, to assist Thai women of all ages who find it necessary to terminate their pregnancy.
Child driver in fatal red light crash reports to police
NAKHON RATCHASIMA: An unlicensed 15-year-old boy who drove a BMW through a red light and killed a newly graduated engineer at an intersection in Muang district on Sept 30 has reported to police to hear charges.
Analysts upbeat on investment outlook
Thailand's reopening would benefit the economy this year and next, spurring the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) to reach 1,685 points by year-end, a recent survey has found.
Economy set to expand despite global recession
Thailand is expected to eke out annual economic growth of about 3% over the next two years despite a looming global recession, says Bangkok Bank economist Kobsak Pootrakool.
Plankton infests Rayong beach waters
A large area of algal bloom was sighted at Leam Mae Phim Beach, Klaeng, Rayong.
'No closures' when virus hits schools
The Ministry of Education announced a new set of control measures for schools and universities, stating that school closures may no longer be necessary after the coronavirus' reclassification.
Varawut to lead father's political party
Natural Resources and Environment Minister Varawut Silpa-archa has been elected leader of the 12-MP Chartthaipattana Party, replacing his elder sister Kanchana.
Hawker takes on police over false charge
A roast chicken vendor has filed a complaint seeking legal action against Bang Sao Thong police in Samut Prakan province for wrongly accusing him of stealing 15.8 million baht worth of jewellery, which saw him held in custody for seven months ahead of a court trial.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Govt urged to probe Orange Line bid by ACT
An anti-graft watchdog is urging the government to investigate allegations of unfair competition in past bidding rounds for the right to jointly invest with it in the Orange Line’s western expansion, as fears mount these violations could cost the government 69 billion baht in losses.
Road cracks, mudslides in road to Phu Thap Boek
PHETCHABUN: Highway officials have warned travellers of cracks in the main road to Phu Thap Boek, a popular mountainous attraction in Lom Kao district, and possible mudslides.
Prayut gives haircut to veteran
UBON RATCHATHANI: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha spent a moment trimming hair for an army veteran during his trip to inspect the flood situation in this northeastern province on Tuesday.
Deputy House Speaker Supachai hit with encroachment ethics probe
Deputy House Speaker Supachai Phosu is facing an ethics probe in connection with his alleged encroachment on a forest reserve in Nakhon Phanom.
More pumps to drain flooded Chiang Mai
CHIANG MAI: At least 20 large pumps will be installed to help drain water from flood-hit Chiang Mai city.
Ritual piercings mark annual Taoist festival in Phuket
PHUKET: Worshippers in this island resort province have celebrated a nine-day Taoist festival, with many piercing their faces with metal spikes and walking on hot coals to show devotion to deities.
Saudi desert city to host Asian Winter Games
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia was chosen on Tuesday to host the 2029 Asian Winter Games at a US$500 billion futuristic megacity in the desert that planners say will feature a year-round winter sports complex.
Meat producer Betagro to raise B17.4bn in Bangkok IPO
Thai meat producer Betagro Plc plans to raise about 17.4 billion baht ($462 million) to fund its business expansion, in what would be the country’s second-largest initial public offering this year.
PM scorned for backing radio as flood information medium
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has suggested that transistor radios may often be the best means of keeping people informed during major flooding, but his remark drew public scorn.
Philippine media groups demand protection after journalist's murder
MANILA: A Philippine journalist has been shot dead while driving in the country's capital, police said on Tuesday, prompting condemnation from media groups and activists, who described his assassination as a blow to press freedom.
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