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Phuket News
Airbnb bookings in Phuket rocket by 61% year on year
PHUKET: Airbnb has revealed that guest arrivals to Phuket reached 320,000 in the 12 months to Jan 1, 2019 – a growth of 61% year on year – with guests staying in boutique hotels, vacation rentals and local homes.
PM Prayut orders fair prices for medicines and medical services
BANGKOK: After some private hospitals in Thailand were found to be charging their patients 16,000% higher than the recommended prices, the Ministry of Commerce has announced that it will oversee the issue to alleviate the hardships of patients, reports the National News Bureau of Thailand (NNT).
Phuket lifeguards warn that blue skies does not mean the surf is safe
PHUKET: The head of the Phuket Lifeguard Club is reminding tourists that the change in weather since the heavy rains over the weekend, with blue skies over Phuket today, does not mean that the surf is safe to enter. All beach-goers are to exercise caution as the southwest monsoon has begun to churn the surf along the west coast, creating strong waves and moving flash rips.
Another year in jail for ‘black leopard hunter’ Premchai
SAMUT SONGKHRAM: The Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Case Region VII in Samut Songkhram province sentenced construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta to one year in jail today (June 11) for trying to bribe park rangers when he was arrested in a wildlife sanctuary in February 2018.
Police confirm charges against man for shooting girlfriend’s brother, nephew, attempted hostage taking
PHUKET: Chalong Police have confirmed the charges against the man arrested for shooting his girlfriend’s brother and nephew – and attempting to take them hostage and flee the scene – in Rawai yesterday morning (June 10).
Beware snakes on the move in rainy season, warns official
PHUKET: Following heavy rain over the weekend, the Chief of the Natural and Wildlife Education Centre at the Khao Phra Thaew Non-Hunting Area in Thalang has warned residents to beware snakes on the move to reach dry areas – namely in and around houses.
FFP to be probed over bribery claims
BANGKOK: The Election Commission has accepted a petition against the Future Forward Party (FFP) over claims by some of its MPs that they were offered money to vote for Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha as prime minister, the EC chairman Ittiporn Boonpracong said on Monday (June 10).
SET funds gain on new coalition
BANGKOK: Fund inflows into Thailand’s stock market are expected to continue increasing given greater perceived stability of the new coalition government and reduced trade friction, with year-to-date inflows registering B5.36 billion, says the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET).
King Power wins duty-free rights at Phuket Airport
BANGKOK: King Power Duty Free Co has won a bid to run duty-free shops at Phuket, Chiang Mai and Hat Yai airports, Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) announced today (June 10).
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Injured dolphin rescued! Pregnant tourist survives fall? 2019 Laguna Phuket Marathon! || June 10
PHUKET XTRA - June 10 2019 Laguna Phuket Marathon! |:| Hurt bottlenose dolphin rescued |:| Phoenix boat fails to sell |:| Phuket Town officials clearing footpaths |:| Pregnant tourists survives cliff fall! Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
 
The Thaiger
Spurned, sacked employee goes on 15 month spending spree with stolen credit card

What do you do if you’re fired from your job? Use the bosses company credit card and go on a spending spree. This woman acted criminally, but the company she stole from should be arrested for stupidity! A 32 year old woman, Thamolwan Konthong, took revenge by stealing her former boss’s credit card and racking […]

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SCB report says political instability will dampen economic confidence

The question over stability of the new government continues to dampen economic outlook, despite the recent sittings of Parliament and the formal election of a new prime minister – this according to a new economic outlook report. The report by the Siam Commercial Bank’s Economic Intelligence Centre says that the new government will face difficulty in […]

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PM Prayut receives Royal endorsement at Government House, Bangkok

PHOTO: Thai PBS The newly elected ThaiPM, until now the Prime Minister-elect, has now received royal endorsement from His Majesty the King. The ceremony was held at Government House early this afternoon. Deputy PM Wissanu Krea-ngarm says that PM Prayut and existing cabinet ministers from the previous government will attend the ASEAN Summit, scheduled for […]

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More prison time for Premchai over poaching case

Thailand’s construction tycoon Premchai Karnasutra has been sentenced to another year in jail after being found guilty of trying to bribe officials while being arrested at the Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary in Kanchanaburi in February last year. The Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases Region 7 acquitted Premchai’s aide Yong Dodkhruea of bribery, […]

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Man charged with shooting girlfriend’s relatives in Rawai, Phuket

A man has been charged with shooting his girlfriend’s relatives after failing to reconcile with his girlfriend in Rawai, Phuket. Chalong Police were notified of the incident at a house on Patak Road in Rawai yesterday. Police and emergency responders arrived to find two people injured from gun shot wounds – 40 year old Saksit Eiamsamran […]

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Thai PM receives royal endorsement. Negotiations on hold for today’s ceremonies.

Thailand’s new Prime Minister, the old one but now elected by the new parliament last Wednesday, is reported to have agreed to the ministerial post quotas Palang Pracharath promised to the Democrat and Bhumjaithai parties. Prayut Chan-o-cha has reportedly invited all coalition partners to stop squabbling and attend the swearing-in ceremony for him to formerly take […]

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Injured dolphin rescued off Phang Nga

An injured dolphin is being cared for after being rescued along Tai Mueang beach in Phang Nga, southern Thailand. National park and marine officials were notified from locals that the dolphin was found on the Tai Mueang beach. Scratches were found on the bottlenose dolphin. The dolphin measured 10 centimetres wide and 180 centimetres long. […]

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Fishermen say they will protest fishing bans off Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand

Fishermen in Nakhon Si Thammarat are warning of mass protests against the provincial governor if he doesn’t act and allow them to fish legally in the seas off the provincial coast. The south Thailand fishermen say they’re being harassed by fishery officials. 500 local fishermen gathered yesterday to air their grievances to the newly elected […]

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Sixteen AK-47 rifles found in north-east Thailand water well

by Wijit Choonhakitkajorn – The Nation Sixteen AK-47 rifles in four fertiliser sacks were found behind a palm plantation in a well in Surin’s Buachet district, in Thailand’s north-east, right on the Cambodian border. Police in Cha-ngok village in Tambon Sadao were alerted by the village headman who says that one of his villagers had […]

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Health warning: Chikungunya cases up in Thailand’s southern province

Thai health authorities are reporting 86 new cases of the Chikungunya virus in the last week alone. There have been 3,592 cases – nearly all in southern Thailand – this year. Here’s a few things to know about the Chikungunya virus… Chikungunya is a viral disease transmitted to humans by infected mosquitoes. It causes fever and […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Mercedes-Benz reveals production-ready GLB
Rival for the Audi Q3 and BMW X1 boasts a longer body for seven-seat capability.
Royal command appoints Prayut as PM
Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has vowed to serve the country, people and His Majesty the King after being royally appointed the prime minister of Thailand for the second term.
Hong Kong leader Lam defiant as city readies for more protest
Hong Kong's embattled leader Carrie Lam remains defiant on Tuesday, pledging to push ahead with a proposed extradition bill that would allow fugitives captured in Hong Kong to be sent to mainland China despite massive protests. - REUTERS
Another year in jail for wildlife hunter Premchai
The Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Case Region VII in Samut Songkhram province on Tuesday sentenced construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta to one year in jail for trying to bribe park rangers when he was arrested in a wildlife sanctuary in February 2018.
Drones, boats and megabaht: Laos route spews meth into Thailand
NAKHON PHANOM: As dusk falls along the Mekong River, a nightly dance begins between Thai border security and Laos drug gangs now using drones, scouts and a pool of poor fishermen to shift record amounts of meth into Thailand.
Trump calls Indy 500 winner Pagenaud an 'incredible racer'
U.S. President Donald Trump met with Indianapolis 500 winner Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske and team owner Roger Penske at the White House to congratulate them on their victory last month. - REUTERS
North Korean leader's slain half-brother ‘was a CIA informant’
WASHINGTON: Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un who was killed in Malaysia in 2017, had been an informant for the US Central Intelligence Agency, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
Hong Kong businesses pledge closures as extradition anger builds
HONG KONG: Scores of Hong Kong businesses have vowed to shut down as anger builds over government plans to push through a law allowing extraditions to China, despite a huge weekend protest.
Pulse shooting remembered in DC Pride Smithsonian 'pop-up'
Contemporary artist Brendan Fernandes' 'Free Fall 49', featured in the Smithsonian American Art Museum's Pride ‘pop-up’ on Sunday, is "in solidarity" with those who didn't leave the Pulse nightclub in June 2016 and, he says, is a testament to “precarious” times. - REUTERS
Mexico to curtail migrants, but won't give target
Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Monday that measures agreed with the United States last week to stem the flow of U.S.-bound migrants entering Mexico from Central America will be evaluated after 45 days. - REUTERS
 
NationMultimedia.com
Dr M: Malaysia has the right not to extradite Zakir Naik
MELAKA: Malaysia has the right not to extradite controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik if he is not going to be accorded justice, says Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
One more time: 2020 Olympic podiums to be made from recycled plastic
Tokyo - Podiums at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be made from plastic waste donated by local residents or collected from the sea, organisers said Tuesday, as part of a sustainability push.
Prayut gets royal endorsement as prime minister
General Prayut Chan-o-cha was royally endorsed for his second term as prime minister in a ceremony at Government House on Tuesday afternoon. 
Letting your fingers do the running
Asics has officially launched Asics.com in Thailand as a one-stop destination offering online exclusive products and seamless checkout for fuss-free shopping.
Indian temple helps nurture 'extinct' turtle back to life
The northeastern state of Assam was once rich in freshwater turtles, but habitat loss and over-exploitation -- they were once a popular local food -- have massively depleted their population.
Premchai convicted of bribery in poaching case, handed another year in jail
Construction tycoon Premchai Karnasutra was sentenced to one year in jail on Tuesday after being found guilty of trying to bribe officials while being arrested at the Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary in Kanchanaburi early last year.
Another Future Forward MP comes under scrutiny
Decade-old post of party spokesperson unearthed to show anti-monarchy attitude; she says post was a reflection of those times
Bangkok governor blames power problem for major flooding on Friday
THE giant drainage tunnel in Bang Sue failed to help as Bangkokians found themselves stranded in traffic for hours or wading through flooded roads last Friday.
Legal sword hangs over Chaiyaphum villagers
DNP insists farmers not unfairly prosecuted for encroaching on Saithong national park
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Royal command appoints Prayut as PM
Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has vowed to serve the country, people and His Majesty the King after being royally appointed the prime minister of Thailand for the second term.
Actress Kwan, actor Typhoon hear charges over 'Magic Skin' reviews
Actress Usamanee “Kwan" Waitayanon and singer-actor Kanokchat “Typhoon" Munyad-on on Tuesday turned themselves in to police to acknowledge charges over their endorsement of cosmetic and weight-loss products linked to Magic Skin Co. The two were among five celebrities summonsed to meet interrogators today.
Woman admits she made up stolen baby story
SURAT THANI: A 30-year-old woman has admitted she made up a story that an 18-year-old woman touched her with a substance that rendered her unconscious and then stole her baby boy. The confession came after the accused woman produced the infant's birth certificate, identifying her as the mother.
China says its Panchen Lama visited Thailand in May
BEIJING: A youth appointed by China as the second-highest figure in Tibetan Buddhism but reviled as a fake by many Tibetans made his first trip outside the country last month, attending events in Thailand, Chinese state media reported.
Another year in jail for wildlife hunter Premchai
The Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Case Region VII in Samut Songkhram province on Tuesday sentenced construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta to one year in jail for trying to bribe park rangers when he was arrested in a wildlife sanctuary in February 2018.
Drones, boats and megabaht: Laos route spews meth into Thailand
NAKHON PHANOM: As dusk falls along the Mekong River, a nightly dance begins between Thai border security and Laos drug gangs now using drones, scouts and a pool of poor fishermen to shift record amounts of meth into Thailand.
Bhumjaithai, Democrat parties to split Transport Ministry
The Bhumjaithai Party will receive the transport minister's seat and the Democrat Party will get the deputy's post, according to a source.
North Korean leader's slain half-brother ‘was a CIA informant’
WASHINGTON: Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un who was killed in Malaysia in 2017, had been an informant for the US Central Intelligence Agency, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
Hong Kong businesses pledge closures as extradition anger builds
HONG KONG: Scores of Hong Kong businesses have vowed to shut down as anger builds over government plans to push through a law allowing extraditions to China, despite a huge weekend protest.
Plans for Chumpon-Ranong double-track rail route stall
The Comptroller General's Department has put the double-track rail project from Chumphon to Ranong on hold due to concerns about its economic viability, according to a source at the State Railway of Thailand (SRT).
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