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Phuket News
Phuket Law: New mandatory employee leave requirements
The major legislation governing labour law in Thailand is the Labor Protection Act (the “LPA”). The LPA prescribes labour protection standards applicable to both employers and employees working in Thailand.
Phuket Opinion: Making it personal
PHUKET: Palang Pracharath Party Member of Parliament Sira Jenjara pulled no punches this week, telling Phuket Governor Phakaphong Tavipatana to his face that he can be expecting to be hearing about investigations by the Ministry of Justice and the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) over construction of The Peaks Residences condo project in Kata Noi.
DMCR holds merit-making funeral ceremony for late dugongs
THAILAND: A merit-making ceremony, organised by the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources (DMCR), took place at a temple in Bangkok today (Aug 24) to mark the passing of young dugongs Mariam and Yamil.
Hopewell petition rejected
THAILAND: The Administrative Court on Friday (Aug 23) threw out a petition by the Transport Ministry and the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) seeking a retrial over a compensation award of B37 billion to Hopewell Holdings.
Rescue workers trap three monitor lizards in houses and gardens in Kathu
PHUKET: Rescue workers were called to a residential area by Loch Palm Golf Club in Kathu on Thursday (Aug 22) to trap and remove three Indian monitor lizards.
Bangkok Airways launches new passenger lounges at Phuket Airport
PHUKET: Bangkok Airways has introduced its new passenger lounges at Phuket International Airport, offering comfort and convenient for Bangkok Airways’s passengers while waiting for their flights.
Brazil’s Bolsonaro authorises army to help fight Amazon fires
BRAZIL: President Jair Bolsonaro on Friday (Aug 23) authorised the deployment of Brazil’s armed forces to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, as a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal.
Legacy: Lifeguard ‘founder’ dream for water safety to become standard education closer to reality
PHUKET: The island’s core contingent of lifeguards this week vowed to carry on the work of “founding father” Prathaiyuth Chuayaun in the hope of realising his dream of swimming and surf survival skills becoming a standard element of young children’s education.
Karon Police reveal details of Norwegian arrested for death of Brit at Phuket resort
PHUKET: Karon Chief Police Col Prawit Sutthirueangarun today released to The Phuket News details of the ongoing investigation into the arrest of a Norwegian man for the death of a British tourist at a resort on Phuket’s west coast on Wednesday (Aug 21).
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Plastic-gobbling robot? Human ankle leads to missing man! Intimates for inmates! || August 23
PHUKET XTRA - August 23 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Noise complaint leads to death |:| Baby dugong Yamil dies |:| Intimates for inmates bra drive! |:| Plastic bag-gobbling robots |:| Human ankle leads to missing mans body Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
 
The Thaiger
New Robinsons Tower in Singapore reaches for the sky with a green thumb

Thailand’s capital could never be accused of having one of the world’s most interesting skylines. Except for maybe the Mahanakorn ‘lego building’, there is little cutting edge skyline architecture in Bangkok. It’s a different case a few hours flight south in the Lion City, Singapore. Pushing all sort of limits is the new Robinson Tower in […]

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Songkhla soi dogs heading to the US

PHOTOS: Workpoint News | Thai Street Paws Rescue 5 dogs out of 29 that had been left to die in an abandoned home in Songkhla are now heading to the US to meet their new owners. Officials from the Division of Animal Welfare and Veterinary Service and Smiledog Home volunteers report that the 29 dogs […]

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Thai bus travels ‘sideways’ along north-east highway

VIDEO: สุดจัดปลัดบอก ปลัดลาออกยังบอกว่าสุดจัด A bus, making its way from Nakhon Ratchasima, to Udon Thani, has surprised the passengers in the car behind. They did what we all would do in these circumstances. Notify the police? No, post it on Facebook! The bus was travelling, crab-like, slightly sideways, at reasonably high speed for many kilometres. The […]

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Farmlands flooded in Mukdahan from mountain run-off

PHOTO: The Nation Some 10,000 rai of farmland and a main road have been inundated with run-off from mountains in Mukdahan, north-east Thailand near the Laos border and Mekong River. The roads were cut off yesterday morning. The Dong Luang district chief Somsak Boonchan says the runoff from the Phuphan Noi mountain range was caused […]

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60 million baht of gold stolen in Songkhla heist

Five people have robbed a gold shop in the city centre of Na Thawee district in Songkhla province yesterday (Saturday). The robbers were dressed in military uniforms and armed with assault weapons, fleeing with gold and jewellery valued around 60 million baht. According to the Thai PBS report, the five bandits arrived at the Suchada […]

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Elephant gores German cyclist near Pattaya

PHOTO: Chaiyot Pupattanapong A 69 year old German cyclist is in hospital with serious injuries to his leg after a bull elephant charged at him near Pattaya yesterday morning (Saturday) The incident happened near an elephant village in Pattaya. Bangkok Post reports that Hans Dieter Sherding was found laying on the road near a forest in […]

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โจรพกอาวุธสงครามบุกปล้นร้านทอง กวาดไปร่วม 60 ล้านบาท

วานนี้ (24 ส.ค.) มีรายงานเหตุคนร้ายบุกปล้นห้างทองสุธาดา กลางตลาดทวี อ.นาทวี จ.สงขลา และสามารถกวาดทองไปได้กว่า 2,700 บาท หรือมูลค่าประมาณ 60 ล้านบาท   คนร้ายทั้งหมดมีจำนวน 5 คน แต่งกายคล้ายทหารพราน และพกพาอาวุธปืนสงครามเป็นอาวุธ โดยใช้รถตู้สีขาวป้ายทะเบียน 10-1082 ปัตตานี (ป้ายเหลือง) เป็นพาหนะ     หลังก่อเหตุ คนร้ายได้หลบหนีไปทาง ด่านประกอบ อ.นาทวี และคาดว่าน่าจะมุ่งหน้าไปยัง อ.เทพา จ.สงขลา   มีรายงานว่า ก่อนเกิดเหตุนั้น มีคนร่าย 3 คน เหมารถตู้คันที่ใช้ก่อเหตุซึ่งเป็นรถตู้โดยสารปัตตานี-หาดใหญ่ เพื่อนำไปรับเพื่อนเพิ่ม จากนั้นคนร้ายได้มัดมือมัดเท้าเจ้าของรถไว้ ก่อนนำรถมาก่อนเหตุปล้นร้านทอง และทิ้งรถตู้คันนี้ไว้ที่ ต.ท่าประตู อ.นาทวี จ.สงขลา     ข่าวที่เกี่ยวข้อง พบแล้ว ! รถตู้ใช้ก่อเหตุปล้นทอง 60 ล้านบาท […]

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Vietnam versus Thailand – which is the best for travel or living?

They are both beautiful countries and stand out amongst their south east asian counterparts for their food, culture and scenery. But which one is your choice for travelling or living in? Here are some introductory thoughts… Influences Thailand is a constitutional monarchy and the former king, King Bhumibol, was greatly loved and respected. His son, […]

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Phuket’s water bosses claim there will be enough water

PHOTO: Bang Neow Dam in Thalang, just a few muddy ponds Well into the second half of the Phuket wet season and the three main dams are well below capacity, Bang Wad Dam just over 13% capacity and the Bang Neow Dam in Thalang district around 5%, mostly unusable muddy ponds. The newer Khlong Katha […]

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Airports of Thailand block entrance to new Central Village at Suvarnabhumi

PHOTO: The Nation Please be seated and fasten your seat belts due to severe turbulence at the front of the almost-open Central Village “luxury outlet” shopping area next to Suvarnabhumi airport in Bangkok. A dispute between Airports of Thailand and Central Pattana, the owners of Central Village, has hit some mid-air turbulence after AOT officials set […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Insurgent suspect dies after interrogation injuries
PATTANI: A suspected Southern insurgent died on Sunday after being treated in an intensive care unit for more than a month from injuries sustained during an interrogation by security authorities.
Leonardo DiCaprio shares dugong Marium death
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio has joined Thailand in the mourning of Marium, a young dugong who grabbed national attention before she died.
Majority support general debate over Prayut's oath-taking: Poll
A majority of people agree with the opposition's move to grill Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in a general debate in the House of Representative over his incomplete oath-taking during the cabinet's swearing-in ceremony, according to an opinion survey by the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University.
Most oppose Pheu Thai MPs switching to support govt: Poll
A slight majority of people say they would disagree if some opposition MPs of the Pheu Thai Party defected to support the government under Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha as speculated, according to an opinion survey by the National Institute for Development Administration, or Nida Poll.
Local politics heating up
The political calendar for 2020 is shaping up to be a busy one, with the local elections that were "frozen" since the National Council for Peace and Order seized power in 2014 due to go ahead.
Brazilian army battling Amazon blazes
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is sending troops to battle fires roaring through vast expanses of the Amazon as President Donald Trump offered US support to combat the disaster.
EC preparing recommendation on Paiboon case
The Election Commission office is preparing recommendations for the five commissioners on the issue of MPs transferred from a dissolved party.
Violence returns as protesters taunt HK police
HONG KONG: Hong Kong protesters threw bricks and gasoline bombs at police, who responded with tear gas, as chaotic scenes returned to the summer-long anti-government protests on Saturday for the first time in nearly two weeks.
China raises stakes in offshore energy quest
When a Chinese state-owned survey vessel sailed into waters off Vietnam’s coast in early July, it unleashed a high-seas standoff with trillions of dollars at stake that risks drawing in Russia and the United States.
Small fishing operators caught in EU dragnet
With 116 kilometres of coastline, Pattani is home to one of the largest fisheries in the far South. The abundant seafood hauled from the 5,000-rai Pattani Bay has long been a crucial source of income for local communities.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Insurgent suspect dies after interrogation injuries
PATTANI: A suspected Southern insurgent died on Sunday after being treated in an intensive care unit for more than a month from injuries sustained during an interrogation by security authorities.
Hong Kong police threaten use of water cannon in latest clashes
HONG KONG: Hong Kong police on Sunday for the first time rolled out water cannon trucks in clashes with protesters, after months of escalating violence, but stopped short of using them.
Thai spikers lose to young Japan in Asian final
Thailand came up short on Sunday as the team lost to their rival Japan in the 2019 Asian Women's Volleyball Championship in Seoul.
Leonardo DiCaprio shares dugong Marium death
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio has joined Thailand in the mourning of Marium, a young dugong who grabbed national attention before she died.
Korat dorms hit hard by drop in university enrolment
NAKHON RATCHASIMA: Operators of dormitories say their businesses have been severely affected by a sharp drop in the numbers of students entolled at universities in the past few years.
Rohingya refugees protest exodus, demand rights in Myanmar
COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh: Thousands of Rohingya refugees marked the second anniversary of their exodus from Myanmar into Bangladesh on Sunday by rallying, crying and praying as they demanded Myanmar grant them their citizenship and other rights before they agree to return.
After night of clashes, Hong Kong braces for fresh rally
HONG KONG: Protesters gathered at a sports stadium Sunday as Hong Kong braced for more anti-government rallies, a day after clashes returned to the city's streets following several days of relative calm.
1 policeman dies, 2 hurt in crash chasing suspect
NAKHON SI THAMMARAT: A junior police officer was killed and two other officers injured after their pick-up overturned while in pursuit of a crime suspect on Saturday, police said.
Majority support general debate over Prayut's oath-taking: Poll
A majority of people agree with the opposition's move to grill Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in a general debate in the House of Representative over his incomplete oath-taking during the cabinet's swearing-in ceremony, according to an opinion survey by the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University.
Buri Ram pounded by heavy rain
BURI RAM: Many parts of Muang district of this lower northeastern province were quickly inundated after the town was hit by heavy rain, the first of the year, on Saturday night.
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