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Phuket News
Dozens of street racers, promoter arrested in Bangkok
BANGKOK: Almost 80 motorcycle racers, both adults and teenagers, were arrested in Bangkok in the early hours of Saturday and the creator of a Facebook page promoting the race was also caught in a separate operation.
Koh Kaew OrBorTor tackles roadside dumping
PHUKET: In an attempt to stem the going tide of rubbish and large unwanted items being dumped by the side of the road, the Koh Kaew Tambon Administrative Organisation (OrBorTor) has launched a “free rubbish pickup” campaign.
Chalong Underpass makes breakthrough
PHUKET: The tunnel that will become the Chalong Underpass has now been fully excavated and the construction engineer for the project still hopes that the underpass will be open to traffic in April.
Cherng Talay hit by water supply outages
PHUKET: The Phuket Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) has announced that the mains water supply will be shut off in Cherng Talay during as-yet-confirmed hours from today (Feb 16) through to Feb 28.
Board vetoes ban on hazardous chemicals
BANGKOK: The national committee on hazardous substances has rejected a request by a network to support a total ban on the use of three toxic agricultural chemicals, namely paraquat, glyphosate and chlorpyrifos in Thailand.
Holding the balance: Phuket Immigration clarifies new rules on retirement visas to start March 1
PHUKET: Phuket Immigration this week clarified the new rules regarding applications for retirement visas, confirming only one major change: that for those applying using funds in a Thai bank account to support their application, a minimum of B400,000 must be kept in the account throughout the year.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Today on Phuket Xtra we explore a woman who is looking to become Thailand’s first openly Trans Prime Minister|| Feb. 15
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Police probe launched after Chinese tourist suffers DCS in ‘try dive’
PHUKET: Police have launched an investigation into a Chinese tourist suffering decompression sickness after an incident during a “try dive” tour at Koh Racha Yai on Wednesday (Feb 13).
US embassy urges retiree expats to consider affairs after death
PHUKET: The US Embassy in Bangkok has issued an advisory for Americans living in Thailand as retirees, calling for US nationals to give special consideration to what happens to their effects in event of death.
DMCR steps up after tourism blast over pile of unused artificial reef blocks at Koh Racha
PHUKET: The Department of Marine and Coastal Resources (DMCR) will move to tidy up a pile of artificial reef blocks dumped on sea bed off Koh Racha Yai, south of Phuket, as they have been taregtted as an eyesore for foreign tourists divers.
 
The Thaiger
New Camry Hybrid provides luxury in a larger model with electric advantages

by Kingsley Wijayasinha – The Nation Weekend The interest in electric cars is hotting up in Thailand but Thai manufacturers, so far, have been reluctant to take the FULL electric plunge. In the meantime Toyota is hoping their new Camry Hybrid will draw a good number of customers thanks to its packaging overhaul. The hybrid […]

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Proposal to ban alcohol sales on Songkran day, April 13

Coming up with another blunt tool to help curb Thailand’s horrendous annual road toll during Songkran, the Alcohol Control Committee is proposing a ban be placed on the sale of alcohol on April 13, Songkran day. The ACC has passed a resolution to ban the sale of alcoholic drinks on the national Songkran holiday but […]

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Car and house loans surged in 2018

The Bank of Thailand says they’re concerned about the double-digit growth in loans for cars last year. The central bank is now monitoring the trend and will keep track of statistics for the rest of 2019. Their concerns about the Thai mortgage market the year before resulted in new regulations coming into effect this April. […]

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2,810 MP candidates line up for March 24 election

107 candidates, for positions as Members of Parliament, and two prime ministerial candidates have been disqualified from running in the March Thai general election. Of the 2,917 party-list registered candidates, from 77 political parties, 2,810 candidates and 68 prime ministerial candidates from 44 parties have qualified after being checked by the Election Commission. While the […]

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Police to target motorbike rental shops when renters are unlicensed

Police are targeting the rental operators of motorbikes when unlicensed foreigners have motorbike accidents. Police today say they are questioning the renters of the bike involved in Sunday night’s crash on Patong Hill between a pickup truck driven by 47 year old Thavorn Glasueak and a motorbike carrying two Russians, a 29 and 31 year old. […]

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Voters like Prayut as PM but prefer Pheu Thai as the party they will vote for

With the election campaign now digging into its first week on the hustings, the polls are starting to indicate where the early poll sentiments are leaning. Thai PM Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha is the favourite for the prime minster’s position following the election, but Pheu Thai is the party people want to see lead the formation […]

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Another 522 law breaking foreigners rounded up in crackdown

Round ’em up. Ship ’em out. The “X-Ray Outlaw Foreigners” crackdown to rid Thailand of over-stayers and illegal workers continues with more than 500 arrested in the past week. The Immigration Police Bureau deputy chief Pol Maj-General Itthipol Itthisarnronnachai announced yesterday that a total of 522 people had been arrested at 220 different locations. Of these, […]

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Phuket: Area to have water shut off for 12 days

The Phuket Water Authority (PWA) has announced that water supply in some areas of Cherng Talay will be cut from February 16 to February 28. The supply will be shut off in some areas during day and night. Water will be shut off while work is being carried out moving and replacing water pipes. Areas to […]

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Airbus signals end to A380 production, end of an era

Emirates Airlines says it’s reducing its Airbus A380 orders from 162 to 123 aircraft. They say this follows a review of its operations and developments in aircraft and engine technologies. The A380 is the double-decker mega aircraft that was developed as a new-age rival to the successful Boeing 747 ‘Jumbo’ jet. Whilst popular for passengers […]

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19 injured after bus crashes into Sa Kaeo property

PHOTOS: สวยพันธุ์ไม้ ท้ายบ้าน / อาสาสมัครมูลนิธิร่วมกตัญญูจังหวัดสระแก้ว จุดวัฒนานคร 19 people have been injured after a bus plunged into a local house today. FM 91 BKK reports that the accident happened at 8.10am this morning near Wattana Nakhon District Office in Sa Kaeo, on the Cambodian border, east of Bangkok. At the scene police found 19 people injured […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Let's talk about sex
The controversy over Netflix's Sex Education continues
At least 40 Indian security forces killed in Kashmir
NEW DELHI: Dozens of Indian security forces were killed in the disputed region of Kashmir on Thursday in the most serious attack to occur since Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power in 2014. Immediate suspicion fell against Pakistan.
Party fields transgender PM candidate
As Pinit Ngarmpring, he was a CEO and sports promoter, well known in the world of Thai soccer. Now, under her preferred new name of Pauline Ngarmpring, she's pursuing a bid to become the country's first transgender prime minister.
Suzuki Ertiga 1.5 GX (2019) review
The second-generation Ertiga is a better car than ever, although it has hardly shifted any goalposts in the mini-MPV class.
Border deal wins nod, Trump to declare emergency
WASHINGTON: Congress lopsidedly approved a border security compromise Thursday that would avert a second painful government shutdown, but a new confrontation was ignited _ this time over President Donald Trump's plan to bypass lawmakers and declare a national emergency to syphon billions from other federal coffers for his wall on the Mexican boundary.
Bangkok trips still popular with Chinese
Bangkok was the second most popular international destination for Chinese tourists for the Lunar New Year, trailing only Taiwan, according to data from Airbnb.
BoT uneasy over baht's rapid rise
Bank of Thailand governor Veerathai Santiprabhob has voiced concerns over the rapid baht run-up but confirmed that no speculation has been detected.
State weighs impact of 5G bid delay
The government says it needs time to consider whether delaying bidding on the 5G spectrum auction will negatively affect the country's development before deciding on using Section 44 to help mobile operators.
Digital payments on the rise
The country's adoption of digital payments has recorded significant progress, up 83% in 2018 from 2016, while fund transfers through traditional channels -- branches and ATMs -- sank by a double-digit percentage.
Exhibitions propel latest Mice figures
Some 6.65 million travellers both foreign and domestic attended Mice events in Thailand in the first quarter of fiscal 2019, generating more than 42.5 billion baht in revenue.
 
NationMultimedia.com
Camry Hybrid brings to mind Toyota’s Lexus
Performance of premium hybrid surprises, along with interior room and quality finishes
Halep and Mertens win through to Qatar final
Simona Halep won five games in a row in the deciding set of an astonishing match against Elina Svitolina in Doha on Friday to power through to the Qatar Open final.
Trump declares 'emergency' to build wall, Democrats cry foul
President Donald Trump, citing an "invasion" of drugs and criminals, declared a national emergency at the US-Mexico border on Friday to fund construction of his long-sought wall, a move slammed by Democrats as an unlawful "power grab."
Archaeologists discover Incan tomb in Peru
Lima - Peruvian archaeologists discovered an Incan tomb in the north of the country where an elite member of the pre-Columbian empire was buried, one of the investigators announced Friday.
Malaysian cops hunting suspect in violent Valentine's Day robbery
KUALA LUMPUR: A viral video of a robber who brutally beat up a 48-year-old woman inside an MRT station's lift in Cheras has sparked outrage.
Foreign student develops kimchi timer, receives KAIST degree
An industrial design student from Costa Rica who developed a kimchi timer during her time at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology is set to receive her master’s degree on Friday.
What does it take to be a Miss Universe?
NEW YORK — “It takes a village to make a beauty queen,” quips Catriona Elisa Magnayon Gray, Miss Universe 2018.
There’s treasure in Asean diversity
With Thailand in the lead role this year, the regional bloc seeks to profit from showing the world a unified tapestry of multiple cultures
Thai Raksa Chart hopefuls among 2,810 candidates to qualify
THE ELECTION Commission (EC) yesterday announced the names of 2,810 party-list candidates who are qualified to contest the March 24 election – including representatives of the Thai Raksa Chart Party.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Palang Pracharath targeted for naming Prayut
High-profile policeman turned politician Seripisut Temiyavet says he will ask the Election Commission to disband the pro-regime Palang Pracharath Party for nominating the man who seized power in a military coup as its prime ministerial candidate.
Prayut leads PM poll but party trails
Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha remains the favourite for prime minister but Pheu Thai is the party people want to see lead the formation of the new government, according to an opinion survey.
Woman stomped to death by wild elephants
HUA HIN: A woman on the way to visit her ailing mother was found stomped to death by wild elephants by a roadside near Kaeng Krachan National Park on Friday.
18 hurt after bus slams into house
SA KAEO: Eighteen people where hurt when a bus lost control and ran into a house before it came to a halt in Watthana Nakhon district on Friday.
Vietnamese airlines get access to US for first time
WASHINGTON: Vietnamese airlines will be able to fly to the United States and codeshare with American carriers after the US Federal Aviation Administration declared the country complies with international safety standards.
Missing woman with Alzheimer's home from China
CHIANG RAI: A 59-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s disease found in China eight months after she went missing arrived back at her home home in this northern border province on Friday.
US-China trade talks were 'productive', says Mnuchin
BEIJING: US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the United States had "productive" talks with China over their trade dispute after negotiations in Beijing ended Friday with no sign that any concrete progress had been made.
Japan to recognise indigenous Ainu people for first time
TOKYO: The Japanese government introduced legislation on Friday to recognise the country's ethnic Ainu minority as an "indigenous" people for the first time, after decades of discrimination against the group.
Vietnamese airlines granted access to US market
WASHINGTON/HANOI: Vietnamese airlines will be able to fly to the United States and codeshare with American carriers after the US Federal Aviation Administration declared the Southeast Asian country complies with international safety standards.
Motorcyclist hit by train
SONGKHLA: A migrant worker on a motorcycle was badly hurt when hit by a train at an unguarded railway crossing in Hat Yai district on Friday morning.
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