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Phuket News
Chalong Circle closed to turns from early next month
PHUKET: Motorists will no longer be able to make turns at Chalong Circle starting early next month while workers continue their excavation of the Chalong Underpass under the busy five-way intersection.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Move the monkeys? Officials excuses! Bangkok protests! || May 22
PHUKET XTRA - May 22 What should we do with these monkeys? |:| Bangkok protests on 4th anniversary of coup |:| 1.4 tonnes of meth |:| Lifeguard fiasco |:| B10 million ransom! Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Truck found abandoned with 1.4 tons ‘ya bah’
CHIANG RAI: An abandoned pickup truck loaded with 1.4 tons of methamphetamine pills (ya bah) found in Wing Chiat district is believed to be linked to the lethal ambush of a Hmong leader and his family in April.
Police block marchers from leaving Thammasat
BANGKOK: Police blocked the Na Phra Lan Rd in front of Thammasat University late this morning (May 22) to prevent anti-military regime demonstrators leaving for a march to Government House.
Phuket’s haphazard lifeguard coverage flamed, comprehensive plan blanked
PHUKET: The continuing fragmented state of lifeguard coverage at Phuket’s beaches has come under harsh criticism for failing to provide a framework that will ensure skilled lifeguards will remain on our beaches, while a comprehensive plan to have trained, professional lifeguards patrolling Phuket’s beaches has fallen on deaf ears.
Myanmar drug woes to spur on peace deals
MYANMAR: Myanmar has promised to speed up peace efforts with ethnic minority groups in order to better tackle drug trafficking across its borders.
Marchers vow ‘barriers wont stop us’
BANGKOK: Anti-regime activists have vowed not to let barriers erected by security forces prevent them marching on Government House today (May 22).
Phuket official blames ‘official processes’ for lifeguard fiasco
PHUKET: Pressed by the media over the ongoing lifeguard debacle at Phuket’s beaches, a leading local official at the centre of the fiasco today blamed “official processes” for causing the current state of lifeguard coverage at Phuket’s beaches.
Chinese woman safe after two-week abduction
BANGKOK: A Chinese woman abducted by five people after arriving at Suvarnabhumi airport from Hong Kong and held for B10 million ransom was found safe on a roadside in Bang Na, Bangkok, 14 days later.
Phuket monkey ‘birth control’ to go to public opinion
PHUKET: Whether or not troupes of wild monkeys across Phuket will be subjected to population control as well as forced relocation will be among the questions put to the public in a series of feedback meetings to be held across the island.
 
The Thaiger
Urgent measures ordered to protect marine animals

The Provincial Government are pressing all the right buttons and saying all the right things in the wake of the whale shark fiasco. A whale shark was caught in a fishing net last Friday. Video of the whale shark being lifted from the water and the fishermen trying to free it from the net by […]

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10 good news stats from today’s economic forecast

The first four months of 2018 have seen the Thai economy surge ahead, Some key numbers were released today about the good news in the country’s financial report card. The value of exports rose 12.3% in April, year-on-year. • This month’s rise in exports is the 14th consecutive month of growth. In April Thailand shipped […]

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Locals in Rassada agree with monkey birth control and moving to nearby islands

Today (May 22) a public hearing was held with the Tha Chin community in Rassada led by Director of the Natural and Wildlife Education Centre at Khao Phra Thaew Non-Hunting Area in Thalang Pongchart Chouehorm. More than 180 locals joined in the public hearing to discuss the monkey problem in the area. Five suitable islands […]

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‘Stargazer’: Helping to create a stronger future for our Thai community

CC’s Hideaway in Kata proudly presented its fourth annual Phuket talent contest “Stargazer” on April 21, 2018. The contest brought together Phuket’s expat and Thai communities to experience a unique contest which brought together a wide range of singers, bands, dancers, acrobats and actors, but also to support the work of the Life Home Project Foundation.  CC’s […]

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Romeo, Romeo. What can you do for Ride4Kids?

What does it take to make the hair on your arms stand up? The goose bump moments; with all the hair standing at attention inspired with passion and hope. Meet Romeo, a 13 year old boy, who is a living breathing testament to living a life of hope and passion. The term ‘boy’ is draped rather […]

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Officials inspect alleged land encroachment in Kamala and Rawai

Officials from the Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC), led by deputy secretary-general Lt Col Korntip Daroj, have inspected two alleged land encroachments – one in Kamala and one in Rawai. Officials first inspected the Pak Bang public animal agistment reserve in Kamala which is claimed to be rented by foreigners for their own use. “The northern boundary […]

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One man, three boys arrested with crystal meth and hundred of methamphetamine pills

A team of the Phuket City Police led by Capt Teerasak Narasri have arrested 29 year old Anucha ‘X’ Damyang. Police sized 0.39 grams of crystal methamphetamine. He was charged with possession of Category 1 drug. The arrest came after police saw Anucha sitting on the side of the road in Soi Rassada Ramluek in […]

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NCPO Four Year anniversary – Has Prayut brought happiness back to Thailand?

COMMENT Today is the fourth anniversary of the NCPO (National Committee of Peace and Order) coup which overthrew the elected Yingluck Shinawatra government in 2014. At the time it was claimed that the coup was necessary to stop Thai protesters harming each other and ‘to bring happiness back to the people’. General Prayut rode into […]

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Tight security in Bangkok and Northeast ahead of pro-election rallies

Authorities are tightening security in Bangkok and the Northeast provinces today as pro-election activists gather to march to Government House with an ultimatum to hold a general election by late this year, not next year as the junta plans. A few hundreds activists led by the Democratic Restoration Group gathered yesterday at Thammasat University’s Tha […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Media cries foul over new ID armbands
Media activists and academics voiced concerns Tuesday over new armbands distributed to reporters covering political gatherings, saying they violate the media's freedom of expression.
Short-term leasing in condominium: Getting it right
Following the recent court rulings handed down to a condominium unit owner in Hua Hin, two of many questions arise: Why is it illegal to rent out condominium units on a short-term basis? Why has Thailand made condominium unit short-term leasing illegal?
Prayut won't bow to early poll demands
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has refused to bow to the demands of pro-election activists calling for a swift general election, saying the poll will not take place until early next year.
Government to cap diesel price
The government will cap the diesel price at 30 baht per litre as part of efforts to ease the impact from increasing world oil prices.
Kalasin locals kick up stink over molasses
KALASIN: Locals yesterday signed a petition to pressure Mitr Phol BioFuel Co Ltd, an affiliated firm of Mitr Phol Group, to scrap the expansion of molasses storage in the area which they say is causing pollution in the community.
Deadline for TV licence fees arrives
Digital TV operators must submit their fifth licence payment by 4.30pm Wednesday or face having their channels blacked out after a 120-day warning period, the telecom and broadcasting regulator has warned.
Fuel surges induce consumer price watch by authorities
Authorities are keeping a close watch on the prices of consumer products and food after diesel and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) prices gained.
PACC finds cover-up in blanket scam
Sing Buri: The Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission has found that local officials claimed unusually high prices for blankets bought for the poor which turned out to be of low quality and were not needed by residents.
Centel to sink B35bn into hotels, food by 2022
SET-listed Central Plaza Hotel Plc (Centel) plans to invest 35 billion baht in hotel and food business over the next five years, aiming to double revenue to 40 billion baht by 2022.
Fierce storms, flooding hammer areas in North
Many provinces in the North and the Northeast are suffering from the effects of thunderstorms and flash floods.
 
NationMultimedia.com
Arrested but not disheartened
Leaders vow to fight on after pro poll rally in Bangkok is broken up by police.
Ban sought on otter trawling after whale shark snared off Phuket
AN ONLINE petition campaigning for a ban on a form of fishing was launched yesterday after an endangered whale shark was caught by a trawler in the waters off Phuket last Friday.
Activists warn of lawsuits over farm chemicals
Hazardous substances committee to rule on future of paraquat today
SPECIAL REPORT: EEC apart, NCPO has done little to enhance people’s lives, say economists
ECONOMISTS SEE some economic improvement during the term of the junta-backed government but are disappointed at the paucity of its major economic reforms.
Saving Maya Bay
The island made famously by the movie "The Beach" is due to get a complete makeover as part of a new project designed to protect the environment and the ocean
One arrest made as net closes on bombing suspects
POLICE HAVE arrested one suspect for the bombing spree that hit Thailand’s deep South on Sunday, while others are being sought after being identified.
Factors align for surge in exports
ECONOMIC researchers are rewriting their forecasts for the performance of the export sector, flagging growth of as high as 8.9 per cent this year on the back of global economic expansion.
Court sets Sept 28 for verdict in class-action lawsuit against Ford
THE CIVIL Court will deliver its verdict in the class-action lawsuit against Ford Sales and Services (Thailand) Co Ltd on September 28.
Locals in Rassada agree to monkey birth control, moving some to nearby islands
A public hearing was held yesterday with the Tha Chin community in Rassada, led by the director of the Natural and Wildlife Education Centre at Khao Phra Thaew Non-Hunting Area in Thalang, Pongchart Chouehorm.
 
Chiang Mai, Thailand News
Ford Thailand faces B24m class action suit

Attapol Piawacha, one of Ford's unhappy customers in Chiang Mai, joins a protest against the company at Ford Sales and Services Co Ltd in Bangkok on March 14 last year. The Civil Court has accepted a class action case against a subsidiary of Ford Thailand filed by 308 car owners for 24 million baht in damages.


Junta gets thumbs-down in varsity survey

A survey of 2,175 university students found that most respondents believed the military coup did not solve the country's problems, and the performance of the General Prayut Chan-o-cha-led government during the past four years was "bad or very bad", according to the poll by the Thai Academic Network for Civil Rights. The respondents were from 19 universities including Thammasat University, Chulalongkorn Univ-ersity, Prince of Songkla University, Khon Kaen University and Chiang Mai University.


Five woodball players from Perlis among nation's top 12

Five Perlis woodball players are among the top 12 in the country who have successfully qualified for the eighth World Cup Woodball Championship in Chiang Mai, Thailand, this July. Perlis State Woodball Association president Datuk Dr Ir Kamarudin Hussin said the three men and two women players had won several medals during the 2018 National Woodball Tournament held at the Woodball Course in Taman Metropolitan Batu, Kuala Lumpur, last week.


Undesirables out

Tourist Police Bureau deputy chief Pol Maj Gen Surachate Hakparn, centre, leads a team of police and officers from other agencies in a raid on an entertainment venue in Bangkok in the early hours of Thursday. Thirty-six foreign nationals and one Thai were detained during Tourist Police-led raids on 104 locations across the country in the early hours of Thursday.


36 foreigners detained in coordinated raids

Tourist Police Bureau deputy chief Pol Maj Gen Surachate Hakparn, centre, leads a team of police and officers from other agencies in a raid on an entertainment venue in Bangkok in the early hours of Thursday. Thirty-six foreign nationals and one Thai were detained during Tourist Police-led raids in 104 locations across the country in the early hours of Thursday.


Four years after coup, Thais tire of corruption and democratic delays

When Thailand's army took power in a bloodless coup four years ago, it promised to bring happiness back to the "Land of Smiles" and return the country to democratic rule within two years. FILE PHOTO: Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha gestures during a news conference after a weekly cabinet meeting at Government House in Bangkok, Thailand, January 9, 2018.


video Thai Airways' safety instruction video 'lacks Thainess'

Thai Airways International has missed a chance to promote the Thai identity in the new safety instruction video showed on its aircraft, an academic said on Monday. Rungsit Kanjanavanit, the vice president of the Sueb Nakhasathien Foundation, said on his Facebook page that the carrier had missed an opportunity to display Thai flora and fauna to the world in the 5.27-minute-long clip.


Party-hard Thailand is going after rehab tourists

The Dawn Rehab in Chiang Mai province is structured like a resort within tranquil natural surroundings. Thailand, the tropical paradise known as a place to let loose, is starting to get another reputation: as a low-cost option for foreigners looking to dry out While the country's fun-in-the-sun reputation has attracted more than 200 million visitors over the past decade, Thailand in recent years has become one of the world's top medical tourism destinations.


Thai Lion B39M at Chiang Mai on May 12th 2018, engine shut down in flight

A Thai Lion Air Boeing 737-900 MAX, registration HS-LSI performing flight SL-515 from Chiang Mai to Bangkok Don Mueang with 169 people on board, was climbing towards the north out of Chiang Mai when the right hand engine emitted two loud bangs prompting the crew to stop the climb at about FL060, shut the engine down and return to Chiang Mai for a safe landing about 17 minutes after departure. A replacement Boeing 737-900 registration HS-LTI departed with a delay of 4 hours and landed on Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport about 3:50 hours past schedule.


Chula falls to 126th in Times uni ranking

Ten Thai universities are on the Times Higher Education's Emerging Economies University Rankings this year, up from nine in 2017. King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi is ranked in 92nd place, down from 91st last year, while Chulalongkorn University fell from 117th last year to 126th.


 
Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Dilapidated police stations are 'driving dodgy deals'
A committee drafting a new police bill has suggested the first-ever reform of rong phak, or police stations, countrywide as their current lack of facilities leads to shady sponsorship arrangements.
Media cries foul over new ID armbands
Media activists and academics voiced concerns Tuesday over new armbands distributed to reporters covering political gatherings, saying they violate the media's freedom of expression.
US startup peddles 3D-printed bicycle
After a career that included helping Alphabet Inc's Google build out data centres and speeding packages for Amazon.com Inc to customers, Jim Miller is doing what many Silicon Valley executives do after stints at big companies: finding more time to ride his bike.
Thailand takes No.2 Line Today spot with 32m users
Line Today has secured 32 million users in Thailand after two years of operations, making it the service's second-largest market after Japan.
Cops arrest suspect in Pattani ATM bomb spree
A suspect was Tuesday detained by police in connection with six explosions at ATMs in four districts of Pattani.
Short-term leasing in condominium: Getting it right
Following the recent court rulings handed down to a condominium unit owner in Hua Hin, two of many questions arise: Why is it illegal to rent out condominium units on a short-term basis? Why has Thailand made condominium unit short-term leasing illegal?
Meechai says senator bill will need rewrite
Constitution Drafting Committee chairman Meechai Ruchupan says the CDC will almost certainly rewrite the whole bill on the selection of senators if the Constitutional Court rules Wednesday that it violates the 2017 charter.
Thailand go down fighting to strong Serbia
Thailand went down to Serbia 3-1 (18-25, 23-25, 25-19, 19-25) in the opening game of week two at the FIVB Nations League in Macau on Tuesday.
Grab woos drivers of motorcycle taxis
Ride-sharing firm Grab has introduced a 1,000-baht incentive for each yellow-plated motorcycle taxi driver who joins its network, following angry protests from registered drivers demanding white-plated bikes be banned from taking passengers.
Kim-Trump summit in peril
WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump said Tuesday his planned meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next month may not take place, amid growing concern that Kim is not committed to denuclearisation.
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