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Phuket News
Phuket told to prepare to receive tourists
PHUKET: Ministry of Tourism and Sports (MoTS) Permanent Secretary Chote Trachu in Phuket today (Oct 27) told representatives from MoTS offices from every province in the country to prepare to receive tourists.
Student killed after collision with cement truck
PHUKET: A 16-year-old student was killed this morning (Oct 27) after the motorcycle he was riding collided with a cement truck near Boat Plaza at Moo 5, Ratsada Subdistrict, Muang District.
Demonstrators ask US to stop ‘hybrid war’ against Thailand
THAILAND: Pro-monarchy activists showed up in front of the United States embassy in Bangkok today (Oct 27), asking Washington to stop its “hybrid war” in Thailand.
Workers suffer electric shock while retrieving Vegetarian Festival flags
PHUKET: Two men suffered electric shocks while collecting Vegetarian Festival flags at the intersection of Soi Palai and Chao Fa East Rd in Chalong yesterday (Oct 26).
Electricity outage to hit area near airport
PHUKET: The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced that the electricity supply will be temporarily shut off near Phuket International Airport on Thursday (Oct 29) as work is carried out on installing new high-voltage cables.
Non-Phuket natives asked to change registered address to Phuket to boost island budgets
PHUKET: Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew has called for people from other provinces who live and work on the island to officially change their registered address to Phuket in order to boost budgets approved to improve the island’s infrastructure.
Barrett confirmed to US Supreme Court
WORLD: The US Senate confirmed conservative jurist Amy Coney Barrett as the Supreme Court’s newest justice yesterday (Oct 26), delivering President Donald Trump a landmark win just eight days before the election.
Government checks ASQ after woman infected
THAILAND: The Public Health Ministry is vowing to beef up its Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) standards after a Frenchwoman appeared to have contracted COVID-19 while staying at her hotel in Samut Prakan.
Charter change boost
THAILAND: A bid to amend the 2017 constitution is likely to be hastened when parliament reconvenes next month after Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha told a special meeting yesterday (Oct 26) that the scrutiny process should be completed by December.
Overnight water-supply outages to affect parts of Thalang, Chalong
PHUKET: The Phuket Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) has announced that the mains water supply will be shut off in parts of Thalang and Chalong tomorrow night and Wednesday night (Oct 27-28) as workers continue to carry out tests to determine to determine leaks in the water-supply network.
 
The Thaiger
Thailand News Today | German Embassy, More STV tourists, Thanathorn in trouble | October 27

Today’s latest Thai news from The Thaiger, hosted by Tim Newton with full, echoey sound! Sorry about the minor audio issues! From Bangkok to Berlin – protesters deliver letter to German Embassy Protesting students last night submitted a letter to the German Embassy, to be passed on to the German Government. The protest started around 4pm when the rally gathered at the Sam Yan intersection, near the Chulalongkorn University, and made its way along Rama IV Road to the German Embassy in Sathorn Road, some 1.5 kilometres. After some 10,000+ students descended on the Embassy compound in Sathorn Road, the […]

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Phuket told to prepare “response plan” in case of second Covid-19 outbreak

As Phuket awaits foreign tourists, city officials are told to prepare a “response plan” in case of a second wave of Covid-19. An official from the Ministry of Tourism and Sports held a workshop in Phuket today to discuss the risk of another outbreak as the country opens up to those on the Special Tourist Visa. The ministry’s permanent secretary Chote Trachu says now that the country is allowing tourists (who are required to quarantine upon arrival) an infection “may somehow slip through.” He says a response plan needs to be in place in case this happens, adding that there […]

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Don’t forget to extend your visa! Thai Immigration warns about fines for late applicants

Still need to extend your visa? You have until Halloween, October 31. With the visa amnesty deadline approaching, Thai Immigration Bureau is reminding foreigners to get their visa in order by the end of this month. Late applicants will be fined, they say. No matter when the visa is extended, as long as it’s before the deadline, it will go into effect on November 1 and allow a 60 day stay. The immigration bureau says foreigners should file an application with their local immigration office. Since the recent amnesty period was put in place a few days after the initial […]

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Man allegedly burns down house because his wife refused sex

A 33 year old man was arrested after he allegedly set a house on fire because his wife didn’t want to have sex with him. Narongchan Paksarom allegedly drove his motorcycle to a house in the Isaan province Buriram where his wife was living and approached the home wearing nothing but a towel, according to his wife Ratchaneekorn Yeeram. She told police her husband’s words scared her and she quickly left her home, taking her children, ages 4 and 9, with her. Narongchan then allegedly set the home on fire. Reports don’t go into detail about how the fire was […]

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“Koh Samui is still safe”, Covid-19 measures in place – Health Minister

Koh Samui is safe to visit … apparently. Even though a woman on the island recently tested positive for Covid-19, the world’s favourite public health minister is assuring the Koh Samui public that health measures on the island are effective and it’s still a safe destination for tourists, presumably the few Thai tourists willing to pay extortionate airfares demanded by Bangkok Airways. The 57 year old Thai/French woman tested positive for the coronavirus 5 days after she was released from a Samut Prakan quarantine accommodation where she spent the mandatory 2 weeks in isolation after entering the country. She complained […]

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Royalists rally at US Embassy, call on Americans to stop “interfering” with Thai politics

Royalists gathered this morning at the United States Embassy in Bangkok and called on Americans to stop a so-called “hybrid war,” implying that the US government is interfering with Thailand politics during a time of ongoing pro-democracy protests. Dressed in yellow, the colour symbolising the Thai Monarch, the protesters held signs calling on an end to an alleged hybrid war. Some waved the Thailand national flag and some held up photos of the Royal family. One sign read “Stop hybrid war. Please return peace to the world.” A large sign was directed at Ambassador Michael George DeSombre, who also served […]

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Pattaya – fighting to survive its Covid crisis

Pattaya, like some of Thailand’s other former tourist hotspots, is facing some critical challenges. Hundreds of thousands of workers have left the city because there’s simply no work and up to 50% of the city’s shops are closed, some never to re-open. The Thaiger filmed most of this video on a long weekend at the end of October, the busiest Pattaya had been in 7 months. Please LIKE the video and SUBSCRIBE to the Thaiger YouTube channel… As Thailand struggles along without the benefit of its usual tourist traffic, four key former tourist magnets are facing particular hardships. Phuket, Koh […]

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3 new Covid-19 cases in quarantine, all asymptomatic

3 new Covid-19 cases were detected in quarantine, all asymptomatic, according to the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration. Thailand’s total number of confirmed Covid-19 is now at 3,746 with 3,551 recoveries and 59 deaths. 136 people are currently receiving medical treatment for the coronavirus. 53 year old British engineer travelling from Qatar tested positive for Covid-19 while in an alternative state quarantine hotel in Bangkok. He arrived on October 21 and tested positive for the virus 3 days later. A 20 year old United States Embassy employee who flew in from Qatar on October 23 tested positive for the virus […]

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6 face extortion charges after allegedly posing Thai immigration police officers

Police have arrested 3 people and issued arrest warrants for 3 others on extortion charges after they allegedly posed immigration police officers in Rayong and visited business owners with migrant staff, asking them for money. Police say 6 men wearing immigration police uniforms visited business owners in Rayong on September 15. They allegedly asked for money from the businesses with migrant labourers. Using surveillance camera footage, police say the men met at a petrol station on Khao Lam Road in Chon Buri’s Sriracha district before getting into 3 cars and driving off to Rayong. Police say the men met again at […]

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145 more on Special Tourist Visa arrive in Bangkok

145 people on the new Special Tourist Visa arrived in Bangkok yesterday from Guangzhou, China, the second group after Thailand’s 7 month ban on international tourists. 39 people on the new long stay visa arrived last week, a small, yet significant step forward for Thailand as it pries open the borders for tourists, albeit with a lot of paperwork, restrictions AND the 14 day quarantine. The country went from welcoming millions of tourists each month before the pandemic to zero from late-March until a few weeks ago. In 2019, nearly 40 million tourists visited Thailand. All the tourists passed the […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Opposition MP slashes own arm during debate
A Pheu Thai Party MP cut his arm in Parliament during a debate on students' rallies on Tuesday night, saying he did not want students to get hurt.
People in yellow gather at Lumpini Park in support of monarchy
Yellow-clad people gathered at Lumpini Park in Bangkok on Tuesday afternoon to show their support for the royal institution.
Mae Sot 'Covid-free', Samui transmission chances 'slim'
Mae Sot is free of the novel coronavirus while the risk of transmission is slim on Koh Samui, where a French woman is the sole Covid-19 case, the Disease Control Department announced on Tuesday.
B50bn contract to be signed for part of high-speed railway first stage
The government will sign "Contract 2.3", worth more than 50 billion baht, for work on the Thai-Chinese high-speed railway between Bangkok and Nakhon Ratchasima on Wednesday.
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3 new Covid cases Tuesday, quarantined foreigners
The government on Tuesday reported three new cases of the novel coronavirus, quarantined foreigners who had flown in from Qatar, Sudan and the United States, raising the accumulated total to 3,746.
Thanathorn to face criminal charges
The Election Commission (EC) has decided to seek criminal action against Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit and 15 other former Future Forward Party (FFP) officials over the 191.2-million-baht loan that led to its dissolution, a source said on Monday.
Young believe 'information war' already won
Social media has played a significant role in raising political awareness among youngsters, and many of them believe that they can harness the power of online platforms and digital technologies in their anti-government protests.
Unrest spurs curriculum overhaul in social studies
In response to the mounting tension between anti-government protesters and pro-monarchy groups, the Ministry of Education is revamping the Basic Education Core Curriculum by placing more emphasis on key political events from 1932-1957 to promote an understanding among youth.
Cops miss out on Covid payments
Police around the country claim they have been cheated of extra payments due to them for special work carried out during the Covid-19 pandemic.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Visa amnesty extended to Oct 31
The visa amnesty which expired on Sept 26 has now been officially extended until Oct 31, after which foreign nationals will face a fine if they have not renewed their visas, the Interior Ministry announced on Tuesday.
Opposition MP slashes own arm during debate
A Pheu Thai Party MP cut his arm in Parliament during a debate on students' rallies on Tuesday night, saying he did not want students to get hurt.
Malaysia's king wins plaudits during political storm
KUALA LUMPUR: Frustrated with a months-long political power struggle during the coronavirus pandemic, Malaysians have praised King Al-Sultan Abdullah for rejecting Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin's request on Sunday to impose emergency rule.
One-day reopening boosts border trade
Border trade with Myanmar at the Three Pagodas Pass in Kanchanaburi province was bustling on Tuesday as the crossing was reopened for one day to clear up a backlog of goods.
People in yellow gather at Lumpini Park in support of monarchy
Yellow-clad people gathered at Lumpini Park in Bangkok on Tuesday afternoon to show their support for the royal institution.
Mae Sot 'Covid-free', Samui transmission chances 'slim'
Mae Sot is free of the novel coronavirus while the risk of transmission is slim on Koh Samui, where a French woman is the sole Covid-19 case, the Disease Control Department announced on Tuesday.
'Rung' disallowed request to be moved to single cell
Panusaya “Rung” Sithijirawattanakul, a core protest leader detained at the Central Women's Correctional Institution, told Justice Minister Somsak Thepsuthin she wanted a single cell, but the request was turned down, according to a Corrections Department source.
At least seven killed in blast at Pakistan religious school
PESHAWAR, Pakistan: At least seven students were killed and scores more wounded Tuesday in a bomb attack on a Koran study class at a religious school in northwestern Pakistan, officials said.
Champagne and donuts: Virus-beating Melbourne readies reopening party
MELBOURNE: Melbourne on Tuesday achieved what elated residents called the "double donut" -- two days of no new coronavirus cases -- as bars in Australia's second city readied for a midnight reopening after a gruelling months-long lockdown.
US announces $2.4bn sale of coastal defence systems to Taiwan
WASHINGTON: The United States on Monday said it had approved a $2.4 billion sale of 100 Harpoon coastal defence systems to Taiwan, defying Beijing's anger over a $1 billion missile deal last week.
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