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PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Phuket gold shop robbery, Pop star confirmed for Phuket Countdown |:| October 25
PHUKET XTRA - October 25 || Brought to you by @PVC Phuket Thailand Pass starts Nov. 1, refunds for CoE bookings |:| Hunt for gold shop robber |:| Lisa Blackpink, Andrea Bocelli confirmed for Phuket Countdown |:| Moderna vaccine to arrive in Thailand Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket #PhuketNews #Thailand
Finnair brings Swedish tourists to Phuket
PHUKET: Tourists arriving in Phuket on a direct flight from Stockholm were given a warm welcome on landing at Phuket International Airport today (Oct 25).
Thai-Australian beauty wins Miss Universe Thailand 2021
BANGKOK: Ann ‘Anchilee’ Scott-Kemmis has been crowned Miss Universe Thailand 2021 and will be the Thai representative at the upcoming Miss Universe 2021.
Power outage to affect Mai Khao
PHUKET: The Thalang branch of the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced a scheduled power outage in Mai Khao tomorrow (Oct 26) so that workers can upgrade and repair high-voltage power cables in the area.
SHA booking, PCR test refunds confirmed
PHUKET: Refunds for SHA+ bookings and extra PCR tests no longer needed to comply with entry regulations for international arrivals to enter Thailand under the Sandbox scheme are already being upheld.
TCC expects 1-1.5% GDP growth this year
BANGKOK: The Thai Chamber of Commerce is anticipating the government’s B55 billion aid measures to help reduce living costs will generate cash flow and increase economic values, leading to a 1-1.5% GDP growth this year.
Calls to ban guns on movie sets grow after Baldwin shooting
LOS ANGELES: Calls were growing yesterday (Oct 24) to ban the use of firearms in movie-making, as Hollywood struggled to come to terms with Alec Baldwin’s fatal on-set shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
2,000 Sandbox arrivals test COVID positive branded as fake news
PHUKET: Phuket officials are warning people to ignore a notice circulating on social media claiming that 2,000 tourists from six different countries who arrived in Thailand under the Phuket Sandbox scheme have tested positive for COVID-19.
Lisa ‘Blackpink’, Andrea Bocelli to star at Phuket NYE
BANGKOK: K-pop sensation ‘Lisa’’ Manobal of Blackpink and Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli are to receive B100 million to perform at the New Year countdown in Phuket, according to the Tourism and Sports Ministry.
Incentive offered for foreign investment in property
BANGKOK: The Cabinet has approved assistance for the property sector through the “Flexible Plus Program” that gives a work permit to any foreigner who invests at least US$1 million in Thailand.
Thailand News Today | Government pressured to ease restrictions, Chiang-mai cluster scare | Oct. 25

Jett goes through all the main headlines from across Thailand that include: The Thai government is coming under pressure to ease some Covid-19 restrictions. Pre-ordered Moderna Vaccines will finally arrive in Thailand, Chiang mai faces a covid 19 cluster and the US has launched criminal investigations over dirty, reused medical gloves that were supplied from Thailand

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Bangkok and surrounding provinces warned to prepare for dust pollution

Now’s a good time to shore up your collection of PM2.5 masks and make sure your air purifier is running smoothly, with dust pollution forecast to hit Bangkok and its surrounding provinces from the end of October. According to a Thai PBS World report, weather conditions – namely the arrival of high atmospheric pressure – will be ripe for the onset of the PM2.5 dust pollution, running through to February. The Meteorological Department has forecast that a weak-to-moderate cold front, pushing down from China, will likely cover Thailand’s northern and north-eastern regions up to December. It will intensify periodically throughout […]

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“Free parking” signs placed at Pattaya pier after complaints of scammers

After numerous complaints that people were soliciting money for parking spaces at Pattaya’s Bali Hai Pier, some reportedly asking for up to 500 baht, city officials have installed signs announcing that parking is free and to report if they are being charged for a space. The Pattaya News has reported that the free spaces are located at the blue field at the Bali Hai Pier. Pattaya City Deputy Mayor Wuttisak Reumkitkarn told The Pattaya News the charges are “a scam and is not a Pattaya City policy”. He added that law enforcement officers have installed a sign, advising that the “area […]

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Bangkok land prices rising, but still below pre-pandemic average

While Bangkok land prices are hardly on a tear, they continue to rise even amid the economic uncertainty brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. Figures from the Real Estate Information Centre, known as REIC, show a quarterly rise of 0.5%, and a yearly rise of 7.6%, in the land price index in Greater Bangkok in the third quarter. As reported by the Bangkok Post, acting Director-General Vichai Viratkapan has pointed to landlords opting to hold plots while waiting for an economic recovery as a major factor in the comparatively slow index growth. Viratkapan noted that, while prices continued rising despite the […]

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Pacific City Club – Where business and leisure meet

Press Release  Bangkok’s Most Prestigious Private Members Club Announces a Special Invitation The Pacific City Club is renowned for being the most prestigious and luxurious private members club in Bangkok since the early 1990s. Situated on the top three floors of the Two Pacific Place building on Sukhumvit Road, the Club is an oasis of calm in the bustling city. The decor reflects a sense of Asian colonial architecture and heritage, with a merger of traditional and modern artefacts complementing the cityscape vista. Members can enjoy a host of facilities including superb Chinese and International Cuisine, private dining facilities, a […]

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Monday Covid Update: 8,675 new cases; provincial totals

A low of 8,675 new Covid-19 cases were reported today by the CCSA. A spokesperson says the daily count is the lowest it has been over the last three months, adding that the low count is “very good news” and hopes the daily case count will soon dip below 8,000. In the 24-hour period since the last count, the CCSA recorded 9,589 recoveries. There are now 100,042 people in Thailand receiving treatment for Covid-19. There are 2,437 patients in critical condition with 536 of them on ventilators. In the latest wave of the coronavirus in Thailand, which was first recorded […]

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Learn how to eat like a local – Thai table manner

Like all cultures in the world, Thailand has its own customs and rules when it comes to eating. Whether you’re invited to dinner in a Thai local’s house, eating with new Thai friends, attending a business lunch with Thais, or dining in a Thai restaurant, it’s a great idea to pay attention and follow basic table manner. You don’t have to be nervous as most Thai people will forgive you for not understanding their customs. Still, following the common eating etiquette and showing a good table manner will definitely make you shine. 1. Wait until you’re seated The seating etiquette […]

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Unique souvenirs to buy in Chiang Mai markets and night markets

If you’re bringing an empty suitcase for souvenirs to Thailand, Chiang Mai is the best destination for you. Known as the handicraft capital of Thailand and filled with lively night markets, shopping in Chiang Mai is always a fun thing to do. You can find everything from silk and traditional clothing to hand carved soaps and silverware. But with so many to choose from, it can get pretty overwhelming. So, if you’re unsure what to buy in Chiang Mai’s markets as a souvenir, here are 15 unique and lovely items you can buy. 1. Thai silk Thai silk is regarded […]

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12 job opportunities for foreigners in Thailand

Thanks to its relaxed lifestyle, relatively lower cost of living, and vibrant culture, Thailand is a magnet for expats. However, the job market isn’t completely wide open for foreigners. The Thai government has made some restrictions on the types of jobs available to foreigners, and you need a work permit and the right type of visa to work in the country as an expat. That said, there are plenty of job opportunities for foreigners who want to live and work in this Southeast Asian country. So if you’re looking for a job in Bangkok or anywhere else in Thailand, here […]

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Qantas to resume flights from Sydney to Bangkok and Phuket early 2022

Qantas Airways is gearing up to resume flights from Sydney to Bangkok and Phuket from early next year, with the Aussie airline keen to get the ball rolling as international travel restrictions are gradually being lifted. Sydney is set to see the resumption of regular routes in January, more than two months ahead of schedule, as both the federal and state governments have moved to pave the way for the reopening of international borders. The New South Wales government has confirmed that quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated arrivals will be removed from November 1. While ahead of schedule, it will […]

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Thai HR: Moving toward 2022
How must performance management change? How can we build the new combination of skills required at speed and scale? Who can we learn from now? These are three questions on the minds of Thai human resources practitioners.
Moderna shots to arrive in 2 weeks
The first lot of half a million doses of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine will arrive in Thailand in two weeks, raising the question of how they will be allocated between the two buyers.
How Russia built its digital Iron Curtain
Russia’s boldest moves to censor the internet began in the most mundane of ways — with a series of bureaucratic emails and forms.
Chiang Mai field hospital ready for tougher cases
CHIANG MAI: The field hospital in this northern province is adjusting to admit more Covid-19 patients with moderate symptoms instead of only people with no or mild symptoms as local case numbers are on the rise again.
Banks to refund victims of scam
Banks have confirmed they will pay back money to victims of unauthorised online withdrawals of cash debited via plastic bank cards after a spate of unauthorised online transactions.
Flood warning for riverside areas
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has warned people who live outside floodgates near the Chao Phraya River of possible floods due to rising water levels between Saturday and Dec 30.
70% of population in Bangkok now fully vaccinated
Seventy percent of the population in Bangkok -- 5.43 million people -- have so far received a second dose of Covid-19 vaccine.
Banks: Fraudulent online transactions not from leaked bank information
The Bank of Thailand and the Thai Bankers’ Association said on Tuesday the series of fraudulent online transactions reported by tens of thousands of account holders was not a result of a leak of information from the banking system.
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Post-Covid EV industry surge anticipated
Startups venturing into electric vehicle (EV) businesses expect to see rapid post-pandemic growth of the industry, with more charging facilities and EV-sharing service platforms to serve new urban lifestyles.
Conceiving safer payments
Related parties share a common view that the security bar must be further raised by both users and service operators to prevent cybercrime regarding online payment transactions.
Ministry aims to keep living costs in check
The Commerce Ministry's Internal Trade Department is keeping a close watch on the prices of essential and agricultural products for the remainder of the year as floods are affecting parts of the country and energy prices are rising.
PM backs B100m NYE plan
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has defended the government's plan to spend some 100 million baht to secure K-pop sensation Lalisa "Lisa" Manobal of Blackpink and Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli for the New Year's Eve celebrations.
Used car market likely to enjoy continued growth
Thailand's used car market is expected to continue growing, thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic which boosted its growth to 20-30%, said the Association of Used Cars.
Biden to be first US president to join Asean summit in four years
WASHINGTON/BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: US President Joe Biden will take part in a virtual summit with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations on Tuesday, the first time in four years Washington will engage at the top level with a bloc it sees as key to its strategy of pushing back against China.
Justice still sought for Tak Bai deaths
Human rights defender Angkhana Neelaphaijit on Monday called for improvements in the country's justice system and for the political willpower to hold to account those responsible for the deaths of more than 80 Muslim protesters in Tak Bai in 2004.
Pathum reign in battle of top contenders
Thai League 1 champions BG Pathum United coach Aurelio Vidmar said his team are getting "better and better" after defeating title contenders True Bangkok United 1-0 on Sunday night.
Myanmar in spotlight at summit, with junta chief barred
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: Coup-hit Myanmar's bloody crisis will take centre stage at a Southeast Asian summit Tuesday that the country's junta chief has been barred from attending, as international pressure mounts on the military regime.
'Facebook Papers' hit as platform reports billions in profit
SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook announced over $9 billion in quarterly profits on Monday, hours after a US news collective published a deluge of withering reports arguing the company prioritizes its growth over people's safety.