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Phuket News
Disease Control deputy chief dies in Sing Buri running event
THAILAND: Atsadang Ruay-ajin, deputy director-general of the Department of Disease Control (DDC), collapsed while taking part in a mini-marathon event in this central province and died later in hospital this morning (Nov 29), according to media reports. He was 59.
Fatality after Heroines Monument bicycle crash
PHUKET: Police confirmed today (Nov 29) that a 67-year-old man who was involved in a crash at the Heroines Monument in Thalang earlier today has been pronounced dead.
No end in sight: Security officials say anti-govt protests will continue next month
THAILAND: Internal security officials have assessed that anti-government rallies will drag on well into next month as symbolic days on the calendar are set to galvanise the movement.
Phuket Opinion: Seeing the wood for the trees
PHUKET: The slow-burn success of the Medical Cannabis Clinic at Vachira Phuket Hospital bodes well for Phuket on several fronts, not only in leaving behind the cloud of conservative scepticism which for decades asserted that medical treatments derived through cannabis offered no real medical value, but also in providing another economic opportunity for the island to grow from other than tourism.
One dead in Thalang motorbike crash
PHUKET: A 19-year-old man was pronounced dead following a collision between his motorbike and a car on Thepkrasattri Road in Thalang in the early hours of this morning (Nov 28).
Three foreign yachts dock in Phuket
PHUKET: Three foreign yachts entered Phuket waters and anchored about 6km from Ao Por Pier on the island’s east coast yesterday (Nov 27) before public health teams administered the necessary COVID-19 testing and quarantine proceedures on the crew.
Financial Thaimes: Why are your investments not working for you?
Even in these difficult times the world is facing, the fundamental rules of investing are constant and are unaltered by the severe economic conditions we are seeing.  Here are five possible reasons why your money might not be growing the way it should be. Investing is about sticking to simple rules.
Go home and vote, or lose some civic rights, warns Phuket election office
PHUKET: The Phuket office of the Election Commission (PEC) has issued a notice “reminding” Phuket non-natives to go back to their hometown to vote in the upcoming for Provincial Administration Organisation (PAO, or OrBoJor) elections to be held nationwide on Dec 20 – as there will be no advance or distance voting held.
Police prepare for 3 days of anti-government protests
THAILAND: Police have prepared to handle three consecutive days of anti-government protests in Bangkok and Samut Prakan, which kicked off yesterday (Nov 27).
Medical marijuana makes headway in Phuket
PHUKET: The availability of medical marijuana treatments via Vachira Phuket Hospital in Phuket Town has been highly praised, giving patients who have exhausted standard pharmaceutical treatment options without success another form of remedy.
 
The Thaiger
Pattaya firework party lights up the weekend | VIDEO

After much anticipation, the Pattaya Fireworks Festival lit up the sky this past weekend, delighting spectators with beautiful night beachside spectacle. More importantly, it was the first time Pattaya was packed with tourists since March this year, albeit mostly Thai tourists. The event program was packed with long fireworks shows with hotels offering promotions for advanced bookings in an attempt to provide a much-needed boost to the local economy over the weekend. To watch some of last night’s events from Mike Bridge, click HERE and HERE. The annual festival saw Thais and foreigners taking part in the festivities as local […]

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Tokyo Olympics may cost almost US$2 billion more due to Covid delay

The Tokyo Olympics may cost almost US$2 billion more than its original budget of US$13 billion, after it has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Olympic organisers say they will decide on the increased budget for the Games after communicating with Japan’s government and Tokyo. The Games were postponed by 1 year after Covid-19 spread worldwide, with its opening date set to July 23, 2021. Of all the events postposed because of Covid-19, the Olympics was the biggest and most complex to postpone. Such a delay has yielded new costs, from retaining the organising staff, rebooking venues and transportation.  […]

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Singaporean woman gives birth to baby with Covid antibodies in system

A Singaporean woman has given birth to a baby with Covid antibodies in its system, giving new clues into whether Covid can be transferred from mother to child. The woman, Celine Ng-Chan, was infected with the virus in March during her pregnancy, and gave birth this month to her Covid-free baby. “My doctor suspects I have transferred my Covid-19 antibodies to him during my pregnancy.” The World Health Organisation says it is not yet known whether a pregnant woman with Covid-19 can pass the virus to her foetus or baby during pregnancy or delivery. Ng-Chan became mildly sick from the […]

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5 family members killed in early morning collision in Nakhon Ratchasima

An early morning collision today has taken the lives of 5 family members in Thailand’s lower northeastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima. One boy, aged 5, and two girls, aged 3 and 11, along with other family members, were killed when a pickup and sport utility vehicle collided in the Non Daeng district at around 6:40 am on the Mitrapap highway near the Ban Krok village of tambon Yao Yai, which lies north of Nakhon Ratchasima town. 4 men were also injured in the crash. 28 year old Anuwat Onnual, the driver of the Isuzu pickup, told police that he and […]

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US President Trump rejected again by appeals court upon challenging election results

US President Donald Trump’s legal team has been rejected again by a Philadelphia appeals court upon challenging the state’s election results. Despite the court dismissing the case, citing the “campaign’s claims have no merit,” Trump’s lawyers are vowing to appeal to the US Supreme Court. Stephanos Bibas, a Trump appointee, who is also the 3rd Circuit Judge, wrote for the 3 judge panel, which was all appointed by Republican presidents. “Free, fair elections are the lifeblood of our democracy. Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so. Charges require specific allegations and then […]

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Thai netizens say pro-government royalists carried out Wednesday’s protest shootings

Thailand’s netizens are refuting police’s claims that pro-democracy protesters carried out Wednesday’s rally shootings.  The shootings occurred at the rally site near Bangkok’s Siam Commerical Bank head office, where the rally site was originally planned but was then moved after protesters tried to avoid a clash with pro-government royalists.  However, shots were fired, with police arresting a suspect on charges of attempted murder, shooting in public without reason, and carrying a firearm in public. The netizens found footage of the scene, in which they say they identified the faces of the offenders.  The revelation came after Deputy Metropolitan Police Bureau […]

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Thai protests to continue in full force into December in line with symbolic calendar events

The pro-democracy protests are set to continue well into December, according to Thai security officials. Officials have been preparing to cope with a rise in anti-government activities as symbolic calendar events are coming up. Today the United Front of Thammasat and Demonstration group says a protest will take place outside the 1st Infantry Battalion on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road in Phaya Thai District, giving credit to the predictions that there will no end in sight to the protests. Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana, a secretary to PM’s Office Minister Anucha Nakasai, made the announcement yesterday in light of the Constitutional Court being set to […]

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Ron Howard to direct cave rescue feature film ‘Thirteen Lives’ in Australia

The Australian Government is putting up A$13 million to Imagine Entertainment and film giant MGM to shoot a live-action feature film called Thirteen Lives, based on the Chiang Rai Tham Luang cave rescue story. The film will be shot in Queensland, Australia in the hinterland areas behind the Gold Coast. The film will be directed by Ron Howard (A Beautiful Mind, Apollo 13, The Da Vince Code, Cocoon, Solo: A Star Wars Story, Splash, Frost/Nixon), and start filming in March 2021. The state’s Gold Coast hinterland will double for Thailand with a similar hot, humid climate. The Australian Minister for Communications, […]

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Thai woman tests positive for Covid in Chiang Mai, 72 people found to be in close contact

A 29 year old female Thai returnee from Myanmar has tested positive for Covid in Chiang Mai, after visiting the hospital with flu-like symptoms. She was the only local case reported, out of 5 other positive tests, with officials saying she is believed to have contracted the virus in Myanmar. The positive test on November 27, came after she was out and about, with authorities saying 326 people are suspected of coming in contact with the woman. The woman reportedly visited a mall to eat Japanese shabu, watched a movie, visited a karaoke bar, and used public transportation before her […]

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Pro-democracy rally leaders questioned over usage of donated funds after injuries

Pro-democracy rally leaders are being questioned by followers over the usage of donation funds after a volunteer protest guard was shot and injured.  Netizens took to social media to ask what “fairy godmother” Inthira “Sine” Charoenpura and Pakorn “Hia Bung” Pornchewangkurn were buying with the donation money, prompting them to make an announcement on Thursday. The announcement came after the rally on Wednesday at the Siam Commercial Bank HG, in which the “magic team” as dubbed by the leaders themselves, said they would channel all their efforts into taking care of injured protesters from December 2 onwards. Such criticisms of […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Protesters rally outside 'coup-making' military unit
Protesters converged outside a key military barracks on Sunday, the latest in a series of anti-government demonstrations, and were faced with a strong comtingent of police blocking the entrance to the compound.
Thailand logs 11 new Covid imports Sunday
The government recorded 11 new imported cases of the novel coronavirus on Sunday for an accumulated total in Thailand of 3,977, with no new deaths, as no infections were found connected to a Thai woman who travelled around Chiang Mai while showing symptoms of Covid-19 after sneaking across the border from Myanmar.
No end in sight: Security officials say anti-govt protests will continue next month
Internal security officials have assessed that anti-government rallies will drag on well into next month as symbolic days on the calendar are set to galvanise the movement.
Army denies hiring firm to do IO after data leak
The Royal Thai Army has denied using taxpayers’ money to hire a company to conduct an information operation (IO) for it after a document leak that indicates its efforts at IO are anything but over after a Twitter ban last month.
Officials tracing 326 contacts of Chiang Mai patient
Authorities say a total of 326 people came in contact with a Thai woman in Chiang Mai who was diagnosed with Covid-19 and had visited a karaoke bar, a shopping mall and movie theatre and used public transport and Grab car services.
One case not in quarantine among 5 reported
A Thai returnee from Myanmar who was not in quarantine was among five new cases of novel coronavirus infection reported on Saturday, raising the total to 3,902.
Police gird for wave of rallies
Police have prepared to handle three consecutive days of anti-government protests in Bangkok and Samut Prakan, which kicked off on Friday.
Thousands join picnic-style rally against coup
Pro-democracy demonstrators transformed the busy Lat Phrao intersection into a giant picnic area on Friday evening as they rallied to pledge their opposition to military coups.
Quarantine in Thailand: The good, the bad and the boring
At eight in the morning, the doorbell rings and a familiar voice announces that my breakfast is ready. Like every morning in the past nine days, I open the door to find no one in sight — just a plastic container of food on a small table.
Thailand signs deal with AstraZeneca for Covid vaccine
Thailand has signed an advance agreement with AstraZeneca to secure a supply of its Covid-19 vaccine and for local production with technology from the British-Swedish firm.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
French police risk charges over black man's beating after clashes
PARIS: Four French police on Sunday risked being charged over the beating and racial abuse of a black music producer that shocked France and intensified controversy over new security legislation.
Belarus protesters take to the streets with new tactic
MINSK: Opposition protesters in Belarus took to the streets of capital Minsk Sunday in the latest of three months of demonstrations against the re-election of strongman president Alexander Lukashenko.
Protesters rally outside 'coup-making' military unit
Protesters converged outside a key military barracks on Sunday, the latest in a series of anti-government demonstrations, and were faced with a strong comtingent of police blocking the entrance to the compound.
Rockets target Eritrea capital after Ethiopia declares victory in Tigray
ADDIS ABABA: Rockets launched from Ethiopia's northern Tigray region targeted the capital of Eritrea several hours after Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed declared military operations in the region were over, diplomats told AFP Sunday.
Indonesian volcano belches huge tower of smoke and ash
Indonesia's Mount Ili Lewotolok erupted Sunday, belching a column of smoke and ash four kilometres into the sky, triggering a flight warning and the closure of the local airport.
Police deployed in front of 11th Infantry Regiment
Police have been deployed in front of the 11th Infantry Regiment headquarters in Bang Khen district on Phahon Yothin road ahead of the demonstration by anti-government protesters.
Motorists told to avoid roads to Bang Khen protest site
The Metropolitan Police Bureau (MPB) has advised motorists to avoid the in-bound Phahon Yothin and Ram Intra roads in Bangkok, where traffic is expected to be heavy due to a rally at the 11th Infantry Regiment headquarters on Sunday from 3pm.
Suicide car bomb kills 30 Afghan security personnel
GHAZNI, Afghanistan: A suicide car bomber struck an army base in Afghanistan on Sunday killing at least 30 security personnel, officials said, in one of the bloodiest attacks in recent months.
Tyson comeback fight at 54 ends with draw against Jones
LOS ANGELES: Mike Tyson's return to boxing at age 54 ended in a draw with 51-year-old Roy Jones Jr. on Saturday in an eight-round exhibition battle of former heavyweight champions.
Miss Tiffany 2020
Kwanlada "Rock" Rungrojampa of Thailand is crowned Miss Tiffany’s Universe 2020 in the country's transgender beauty pageant in Pattaya on Saturday. — Apichit Jinakul
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