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Parking spat ends with tyres slashed
PHUKET: A dispute over a man parking too close to another car in front of a restaurant on the Kalim beachfront last week ended with one man’s tyres slashed.
Airlines cleared to reinstate two China travel routes
BUSINESS: Thailand is ready to welcome the return of Chinese tourists after Thai airlines were allowed to resume operating two flights between the countries each week for the first time since onset of the pandemic.
Russian strikes hit Kyiv as G7 meets
KYIV: Russian strikes hit a residential building in Kyiv yesterday (June 26) in the first attack on the capital in almost three weeks, Ukraine said, calling for increased support from G7 leaders meeting in Germany.
National COVID admissions on rise
BANGKOK: Thailand is expected to observe a clearer picture of how the highly transmissible BA.4 and BA.5 sub-variants of Omicron are spreading in the kingdom in the coming weeks, experts say.
Phuket marks 15 new COVID cases, no deaths
PHUKET: The latest Phuket Provincial Public Health Office (PPHO) daily COVID situation report has marked 15 new local infections confirmed across the island yesterday (June 26), bringing the total number of infections recorded since Jan 1 to 53,404.
Power outages to affect Thepkrasattri, Srisoonthorn
PHUKET: The Thalang branch of the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced power outages that will affect parts of Thepkrasattri and Srisoonthorn today (June 27) so that workers can carry out repairs and maintenance to high-voltage lines.
Phuket para-athlete visits Nong Boat to lift spirits
PHUKET: Nonthaphat ‘Nong Boat’ Sae-ong, the 12-year-old boy blinded by an acute sinusitis bacterial infection spreading to his eyes and spinal fluid, received a surprise visit from Phuket Governor Woonciew Narong and Thai para-athlete Wassana Yim-in on Friday (June 24).
Phuket order affirms eased COVID measures
PHUKET: A new provincial order issued by Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew yesterday (June 25) has eased the conditions for nightlife venue operators effective immediately, and has confirmed the new eased COVID measures for international arrivals to come into effect next Friday (July 1).
Water tourism safety in Phuket comes into focus
PHUKET: The Deputy Minister of Transport was in Phuket yesterday (June 25) to lead an event focused on water tourism safety and to inspect the new maritime traffic monitoring centre.
Thais ‘willing’ to wear masks in public
BANGKOK: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has expressed satisfaction over news that most Thais are voluntarily wearing masks for protection against COVID-19 despite the mask mandate being lifted on Thursday (June 23).
Bus shortages in Bangkok causing longer waits for commuters

The Bangkok Mass Transit Authority has confirmed that there are severe bus shortages on roughly 27 routes around the city and that nearly 90% of commuters have experienced delays. After receiving a number of complaints from the public, the BMTA found issues with fare collection, driver shortages, maintenance on buses and the poor management of the schedule. There are 2,885 buses in the BMTA management, which have been in use for between 5 and 25 years. Most of the buses don’t operate efficiently or effectively, and older buses occasionally need to be repaired. The red buses can often be seen […]

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UPDATE: Owner of fire building in Bangkok Chinatown to sue electric authority

UPDATE Stall sellers and the owners of the Ratchawong Rungrueng packaging shop building, which caught fire in Bangkok’s Chinatown on Saturday, say they are going to sue the Metropolitan Electricity Authority for negligence after a broken transformer caused the blaze that killed 2 people. The faulty transformer caught fire and quickly ripped through the 3-story building on Ratchawong Road in the Sumphanthawong district of Bangkok, also affecting 4 nearby buildings and stalls, causing the death of 2 people and millions of baht worth of damage. The inspector of police from the Chakkrawat Police Station, Ponlawat Promsorn, yesterday spoke to the […]

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Thais taking Cannabis to Japan will face punishment

Thai nationals heading to Japan should avoid taking cannabis, hemp, and cannabis-related products and could face being arrested under Japanese laws, according to the Thai embassy in Japan. “The Thai embassy in Tokyo would like to warn Thai people not to bring in cannabis, hemp or products containing these plants into Japan. Violators could face punishment under the Japanese law.” Possession of cannabis and hemp for import or export purposes in Japan is penalised by a maximum 7 year prison sentence. Having cannabis for sale, or trafficking cannabis products, can lead to 10 years behind bars. Those responsible will also […]

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Bangkok governor dragged into Benchatkitti Park cycling spat

Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipunt has been dragged into a war of words between cyclists and parkgoers in a popular city park. Parkgoers and cyclists, who frequent Benchakitti Park, in the Klong Toey district, took to social media to voice their anger over speeding cyclists and the danger they pose by riding without due care and attention to others while speeding cyclists hit back saying pedestrians should not be on the cycling paths. Benchakitti Park’s Facebook page posted a picture of some cyclists speaking to police, who were explaining excessive speed is banned in the park. Police said speeding can pose […]

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How are people in Thailand dealing with the rise in prices | GMT

Bangkok governor to assess designated rally grounds after 1 month. Bangkok Chinatown fire kills 1, terrified shoppers run for their lives. Commuters turning to trains, 30% increase in passengers. Is curry the solution for rising prices? The Pattaya Pride Parade and cactus Thieves. All this and more on todays Good Morning Thailand.

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Boost to tourism industry as China resumes flights to Thailand

Thailand received another boost to its tourism industry yesterday when China gave its blessing to resume flights between the two Asian nations. The gradual lifting of Covid-19 restrictions, the scrapping of the Thailand Pass, and the relaxation of mask-wearing have all been much welcomed as the kingdom fights back against two tough pandemic years. And the welcoming of Chinese tourists will provide another shot in the arm to the Thai economy. The Civil Aviation Administration of China has granted permission for 2 flights each week for the first time since the pandemic kicked off over 2 years ago. Initial flights […]

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5 best family-friendly hotels in Koh Samui for 2022

From white sand beaches with calm waters to adventure-packed experiences in tropical rainforests, Koh Samui is one of the most family-friendly destinations in Thailand. But even the most perfect holiday destination can become tainted if you don’t have a fantastic place to stay. Fortunately, Koh Samui has amazing family-friendly hotels and resorts that go above and beyond to ensure your kids are entertained and well-fed. We’ve compiled the best 5 below. Top family-friendly hotels in Koh Samui  1. Hyatt Regency Koh Samui Pricing: 3,010 – 9,240 Baht per night Address: 99/11 Moo 5, North Chaweng, Ko Samui District, Surat Thani […]

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Thai health officials ‘concerned’ about the international rise of Omicron BA4 and BA5 variants

Thailand health officials are expected to gather more data in coming weeks as the highly transmissible BA.4 and BA.5 sub-variants of Omicron spread in Thailand. There is a new wave of BA.4 and BA.5 Omicron sub-variant infections hitting a number of countries that had, until recently, seen a large drop in their Covid case loads. Germany, Italy, Australia, Taiwan, Brazil, UK, Mexico, the US (but mostly in Florida, Texas and New York at this time), Chile and Greece are some of the countries which have seen sudden spikes and rises in hospital admissions. South Africa and Portugal both had sudden […]

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To cushion price hikes, Bangkok PT stations will serve 25 baht curry

Price hikes are no fun for anyone, but in the Bangkok area, some groups are trying to cushion the blow of the world’s economic crisis. The Thai Restaurant Association announced today that it will launch a project tomorrow (Monday) to serve curry for 25 baht at PT filling stations across Bangkok and the surrounding area. TRA president Thaniwan Kulmongkol said the project is in cooperation with several partners. She added that the association also has guidelines for restaurants on how to soften the impact of rising costs for ingredients and liquid petroleum gas. “Appropriate guidelines to assist small restaurant operators […]

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UPDATE: Bangkok Chinatown fire death toll jumps to 2

UPDATE The death toll has risen after the fire in Bangkok’s Chinatown this morning. While 1 person was reported dead at the Sampeng market earlier today, that number has now jumped to 2. The bodies of the man and woman killed by the blaze were reportedly burnt beyond recognition. The man is identified as 34 year old Phetduang, and the woman is identified as 52 year old Jiraphat Soommark. One body was found on the floor of a shop. The second body was discovered on the second floor of the shop after the fire had been put out. A shop […]

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2,236 new Covid cases, 16 more deaths
The country registered 2,236 more Covid-19 cases and 16 new fatalities during the previous 24 hours, the Public Health Ministry announced on Saturday morning.
Nonbinary airline passengers ask: What’s gender got to do with it?
In late May, chef Silver Cousler flew to Miami from Asheville, North Carolina, to have a “last hurrah” party before getting married and a new restaurant opening. While booking the flight, Cousler, who identifies as nonbinary and uses the pronoun “they,” felt like they had “a split-personality disorder” when the Delta Air Lines website required them to choose either “male” or...
Aviation industry upbeat on outlook for H2
The aviation industry is finally seeing signs of optimism as it tries to rebound from a major crisis, although the recovery path appears to be uneven across the globe, particularly in Asia-Pacific as a result of remaining restrictions.
Bangkok Metropolitan Administration selects 7 protest sites
City Hall has designated seven sites where people can hold demonstrations in Bangkok under the Public Assembly Act, though rally organisers have to seek prior permission and follow related laws.
Land tax payments deferred
The Interior Ministry has extended the deadline for land and building tax payments for three months to help people and business operators cope with economic hardship.
Masks no longer compulsory
The government has lifted its face mask mandate and advised vulnerable groups and those who suspect they may be infected to still use them for the sake of personal and public health.
Full resumption of business, other activities allowed
The government has declared the whole nation a green (Covid-19 surveillance) zone, allowing the full-scale resumption of business and other activities, as pre-arrival registration will end next month.
Refineries hit back at tax
A proposal to temporarily charge a tax on the oil refinery margin appears to be a last-ditch effort by the government to control soaring energy prices, but major refineries question the move aimed at trimming some of their profits.
Reopening to see Thai employment rate rocket this year
The country's reopening and a push for economic recovery is expected to generate double-digit growth in the country's employment rate this year, according to job search platform JobsDB.
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Russia defaults on foreign debt for first time since 1918
NEW YORK: Russia defaulted on its foreign-currency sovereign debt for the first time in a century, the culmination of ever-tougher Western sanctions that shut down payment routes to overseas creditors.
Phayahong is first Thai woman K-1 champion
Buri Ram boxer Phayahong Ayothayafightgym is the first Thai woman to win a K-1 kickboxing championship, taking the title in the 45-kilogramme division at the K-1 World Grand Prix at Yoyoki National Gymnasium in Tokyo on Saturday.
BoT: Economy growing, policy adjustments to tackle inflation
Thailand's economy will continue growing this year and next, driven by a recovery in domestic demand and tourism, the central bank said on Monday.
Boy,16, caught with 112,000 meth pills
SONGKHLA: A 16-year-old boy was arrested and 112,000 methamphetamine pills seized by drug suppression police in a search of a house in Hat Yai district on Sunday.
Ten SMEs, startups likely to tap into LiVEx this year
Ten small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and startups are expected to list and raise funds through LiVE Exchange (LiVEx) this year, according to Prapan Charoenprawatt, executive vice-president of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) and president of LiVEx.
Dropouts in school 'by September'
The government is aiming to re-enrol all children who had dropped out of school by September, Education Minister Trinuch Thienthong said on Sunday.
1,735 new Covid cases, 15 more deaths
The country registered 15 more Covid-19 fatalities and 1,735 new cases during the previous 24 hours, the Public Health Ministry announced on Monday morning.
Stinky sauce undergoes a country makeover
Pla ra, a traditional Thai seasoning produced by fermenting fish with rice bran or roasted rice flour and salt in a closed container for at least six months, has been an indispensable ingredient and flavour enhancer for Thais, particularly in the Northeast.
Chadchart calls for end to park spat
City governor Chadchart Sittipunt has urged all sides involved in a conflict concerning a spate of accidents caused by speeding cyclists in Benchakitti Park in Klong Toey district to find a way to reconcile their differences.
Football clubs deny ticket claim
Premier League giants Manchester United and Liverpool have spoken out against the unauthorised resale of tickets for an upcoming exhibition match in Bangkok, saying the tickets do not include special perks as claimed by a popular influencer.