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PM Srettha in talks with BoT chief over handout scheme

Thailand Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has yet to address Bank of Thailand (BoT) Governor Sethaput Suthiwartnarueput’s staunch opposition to the government’s colossal 500-billion-baht handout scheme. Acknowledging the brewing conflict, PM Srettha admitted he and the central bank governor held divergent views, necessitating urgent discussions. Governor Sethaput, in a candid Bloomberg interview, criticised the sweeping economic …

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Purrfect: Stray cats seek forever homes at Bangkok Expo 2024

Bangkok’s Benjakitti Park is buzzing with excitement as the BKK Expo 2024 rolls into town, inviting animal lovers to consider adopting stray cats and transforming lives one purr at a time. Deputy Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) Governor Tavida Kamolvej announced today, June 20, that a variety of stray cats, now vaccinated and sterilised, are being …

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Defence ministry clarifies salary guidelines

To quell public outrage, the Defence Ministry unveiled comprehensive guidelines detailing what can and cannot be deducted from conscripts’ salaries. The move follows a recent scandal involving dubious salary deductions by the 22nd Logistics and Supports Battalion. The guidelines, released on the ministry’s website today, clarify the permissible deductions from the 11,000 baht monthly salary …

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Limited-edition banknotes issued to celebrate king’s birthday

The Bank of Thailand has released a stunning series of commemorative banknotes, igniting a frenzy among collectors and royal enthusiasts. These special 100-baht notes are designed to honour His Majesty the King’s 72nd birthday, marking his 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary on July 28. Available from July 23, these exclusive notes are already creating waves. Bank …

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Bangkok commuters go bananas as monkey halts BTS traffic

A passenger today spotted a monkey on the railway track at Bang Wa BTS Station in Bangkok. Officers from the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) announced they hope to catch the animal as soon as possible to avoid any possible accidents. The Red Skull News X account shared a video of …

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South Korean tourist plummets from 27th floor in Chon Buri

A 54 year old South Korean tourist was found dead after leaping from the 27th floor of a luxury condominium in Sri Racha, Chon Buri. Police were alerted to the scene at an undisclosed condominium in Sri Racha. Upon arrival, police and rescue workers found the lifeless body of Min Chucha, a South Korean tourist, …

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Exploitative Chinese tour operations targeted by Tourism Ministry

The Ministry of Tourism and Sports pledged decisive action against Chinese zero-sum tour operations exploiting Thai nominees to dominate the influx of Chinese tourists by offering significant price cuts, posing a severe threat to local Thai tour operators. The Association of Thai Travel Agents (ATTA) raised the alarm earlier this week, noting a surge in …

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Temple tragedy: Friends turn foes in bizarre brawl

A brawl left two friends critically injured in a surreal spectacle opposite the serene Huai Yai Temple in East Pattaya. Two friends turned their playful banter into a shocking duel on Tuesday, June 18. One of the men, 36 year old Weerayut Chomthalak was found at the scene with a severe head injury, bleeding profusely …

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Phuket crowned Thailand’s tech haven

Phuket has been declared Thailand’s most technologically advanced province among 23 smart provinces, while Wangchan Valley in Rayong clinched the top spot in the city category, according to a report by the Digital Economy Promotion Agency (DEPA). The rankings, unveiled by DEPA’s Smart Cities Office in the Thailand Smart City Competitiveness Index (TSCCI) 2023 report, …

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Lazada denies divestment plans in Thailand amid growing rumours

Lazada Group has firmly denied any plans for divestment in Thailand, asserting that there are no ongoing discussions with investors regarding such a move. A company spokesperson addressed the circulating rumours. “Lazada Group is not considering any divestment of our business in Thailand and is not in discussion with any investors on this topic. Any …

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Conscript deductions clarified
The Ministry of Defence has issued a set of criteria to determine which expenses can be deducted from conscripts’ salaries to ensure military recruits have enough money left to spend.
Student poverty ‘falling on deaf ears’
The government is paying insufficient attention to the dire need for extra funds to save millions of students from leaving the education system because they have run out of money, says an opposition MP.
PM to discuss handout with central bank chief
Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin says he has yet to discuss the government’s 500-billion-baht handout with Bank of Thailand governor Sethaput Suthiwartnarueput after the latter repeated his opposition to the project.
81% of hazardous cadmium waste returned to Tak
About 81% of the mishandled hazardous cadmium waste totalling nearly 13,000 tonnes has been returned to its source in Tak province, with the remainder in Samut Sakhon and Chon Buri provinces awaiting transport, according to the Ministry of Industry.
Police chief Torsak reinstated, says Wissanu
Pol Gen Torsak Sukvimol has been reinstated as national police chief following the completion of an investigation into a much-publicised conflict, according to Wissanu Krea-ngam, an advisor to Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin.
Officials arrested for issuing fake farmland titles
Four land-reform officials have been arrested for allegedly issuing title deeds for 600 rai (960,000 square metres) of land where a factory illegally released wastewater in Nakhon Ratchasima, according to police.
Lampang carriages lack giddy up and go
The iconic horse-drawn carriage of Lampang could soon face extinction as tourism revenue in the province is too weak to entice new generations to inherit the business, according to the Tourism Council of Lampang.
Park visitor spots two panthers
Phetchaburi: A visitor to Kaeng Krachan National Park has by sheer luck caught a glimpse and snapped some pictures of two black panthers in an area of the park, the Protected Areas Regional Office 3 said yesterday, citing information supplied by the national park's head.
LGBTQ-related content touted
Following the recent celebrations of the same-sex marriage bill, the Thai Content Promotion Association believes Thai LGBTQ-related content has potential for growth if supported by the government, says Worarit Ninklom, a member of the drama and TV subcommittee under the National Soft Power Strategy Committee.
Probe into missing oil-smuggling ships linked to police force
An investigation into officers involved with the three missing seized oil-smuggling vessels is underway after a leaked chat showed a connection between some police and the mastermind of the oil smuggling gang.
 
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Serbia's Jovic snatches late equaliser to salvage 1-1 draw with Slovenia
MUNICH, Germany: Serbia substitute Luka Jovic headed a last-gasp equaliser to salvage a 1-1 draw with Slovenia in an entertaining Group C clash at Euro 2024 on Thursday.
Korat hospital accused of fatal misdiagnosis
The family of a four-year-old girl who died after being treated at a hospital in Nakhon Ratchasima has asked the Ministry of Public Health to investigate whether a misdiagnosis was to blame.
Conscript deductions clarified
The Ministry of Defence has issued a set of criteria to determine which expenses can be deducted from conscripts’ salaries to ensure military recruits have enough money left to spend.
Student poverty ‘falling on deaf ears’
The government is paying insufficient attention to the dire need for extra funds to save millions of students from leaving the education system because they have run out of money, says an opposition MP.
Don Muang Tollway rates to rise in December
Driving on the Don Muang Tollway will become more expensive in December, when increases of 5-15 baht take effect.
Special banknote for king's birthday
The Bank of Thailand (BoT) will issue 10 million commemorative banknotes for the auspicious occasion of His Majesty the King’s 72nd birthday on July 28.
Amazon takes aim at packaging waste
Amazon.com, seeking to become more environmentally friendly, is replacing plastic air pillows in its North American shipments with recycled paper.
India shuns China’s calls to resume direct flights
NEW DELHI - China is pressing India to restart direct passenger flights after a four-year halt, but New Delhi is resisting as a border dispute continues to weigh on ties between the world’s two most populous countries, officials said.
Rules on gender status and identity to change
State agencies are preparing to amend regulations and measures related to people's gender and marital status after the marriage equality bill was passed by the Senate on Tuesday.
Man accuses hospital chief of adultery with wife
A man has accused a hospital director of having an adulterous relationship with his nurse wife, who reportedly admitted she liked rough sex with her new lover.
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