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Phuket News
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.
Phuket Immigration office closed on visa amnesty deadline
PHUKET: Phuket Immigration is urging foreigners to make sure they have filed applications to extend their permits-to-stay before its offices close at 4:30pm this Friday (Oct 30), as the current ‘visa extension’ is set to expire this coming Saturday (Oct 31).
Provincial elections set for Dec 20
THAILAND: After a six-year wait, the Election Commission (EC) has officially set Dec 20 for the elections of chairmen and members of provincial administration organisations (PAO) in 76 provinces nationwide outside Bangkok.
Agility key to business survival, warns expert
PHUKET: The pandemic and economic crisis have pushed businesses to the absolute limit of their endurance. For a great number of companies, survival has meant severe cost-cutting and on-the-fly adjustments to stay relevant in a heavily disrupted market, reports Chris Cracknell, Chairman of international accounting and business consultants Grant Thornton.
Phuket Vegetarian Festival draws to a close
PHUKET: Thousands of devotees turned out for the final night of the Phuket Vegetarian Festival last night (Oct 25), with all the major shrines taking part in the festival converging on Saphan Hin for the traditional final ceremonies, the presentation of offerings and the burning of written prayers and blessings for the gods.
House convenes to solve crisis
THAILAND: House Speaker Chuan Leekpai has called on MPs and senators to make a concerted effort to find a solution to the political conflict during the two-day special parliamentary session which started today (Oct 26).
Missing COVID-19 extra duty payments for Patong Police just a money transfer ‘error’
Missing funds for Patong Police just a money transfer ‘error’
Thousands pack Ratchaprasong to call for Prayut’s ouster
BANGKOK: Thousands of anti-government protesters filled Ratchaprasong intersection on Sunday (Oct 25), calling for Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to step down.
Man nabbed with over 2,000 ya bah pills in Pa Khlok
PHUKET: An 18-year-old man was arrested last night (Oct 23) in Paklok when over 2,000 methamphetamine pills were seized.
Phuket Green Day removes 2 tonnes of rubbish from beach and parklands
PHUKET: The Phuket Hotels Association’s Environmental & Sustainability Working Group launched the first ever Phuket Green Day island-wide cleanup on Oct 21 which saw a huge drive to clean discarded rubbish from the island.
 
The Thaiger
100+ test negative after Koh Samui Covid-19 case of the Thai/French woman

So far, more than 100 people have tested negative for Covid-19 after a 57 year old French/Thai woman tested positive for the virus in Koh Samui. Her case is the first on the island in 7 months and health officials are investigating to determine if she came in contact with the virus on the island, when travelling from France or possibly while in quarantine at an ASQ hotel in Samut Prakan, just southeast of Bangkok. The woman, born in Thailand, was repatriating back to Thailand with her family. She has dual citizenship. Meanwhile, 30 people are considered to be at […]

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Thousands of protesters descend on the German Embassy in Bangkok awaiting to submit their petition

7.15pm and the protesters arrived out the front of the German Embassy. Thousands have blocked the way in Sathorn Road but protesters say they’re waiting for more to arrive. Estimates of the crowd say there are up to 10,000 anti government protesters already. Protesters say they’re waiting for an invitation by the German Ambassador for representatives to enter the embassy to submit their petition. Protesters have been met by hundreds of riot police protecting the entrance to the embassy, in fact three lines of police. The ensemble of police is matched by a huge Thai and overseas media contingency. Protesters […]

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Thai protesters head to German Embassy to file controversial petition

There was a spontaneous rally outside the German Embassy in Sathorn Road by government supporters and yellow-shirted royalists early this afternoon, a prelude to this afternoon’s march by anti-government protesters walking from the Sam Yan intersection to the embassy, a route of about 1.5 kilometres. Protesters say they will submit a petition considered to be unprecedented and controversial in Thailand, calling on Germany to investigate His Majesty the King Maha Vajiralongkorn, who spends a significant amount of his time in Bavaria, to determine if he has violated German sovereignty by exercising power on German soil. “Our monarchy has been used […]

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Thailand News Today | German Embassy rally, permanent residency prospect, crowds in Pattaya | Oct 26

Today’s latest news from The Thaiger, looking at the latest in the protests, a surge of crowds in Pattaya and the latest proposals from the Thai government to increase a new stream of revenue. Permanent residency, changes to quarantine period – Government mulls strategies to revive economy Thailand’s energy minister has outlined a number of new strategies the government is discussing to  help the Thai economy recover from the fallout of Covid-19 fallout. Permanent residency for some condo purchases, changes to the mandatory quarantine and incentives for foreign investment are all under discussion. The Eastern Economic Corridor, the special economic […]

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Chon Buri fire kills 1, injures another

A building in Chon Buri caught fire yesterday afternoon, killing 1 person and seriously injuring another. The fire started on the second floor of the 4 storey building on Pattays’s Sukhumvit Road and it took firefighters an hour to extinguish. The second floor was destroyed and a burnt body was found in one of the rooms. Another person was severely injured and taken to the hospital. Police have been unable to identify the burnt body at this stage. Investigators are still trying to identify the body and determine the cause of the fire. Witnesses nearby say they saw smoke coming […]

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7 new Thai Covid-19 cases in quarantine, all asymptomatic

7 new Covid-19 cases have been detected in Thai quarantine facilities and were all asymptomatic cases from Thais returning home from overseas, according to the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration. Thailand’s total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases is now at 3,743 with 3,543 recoveries and 59 deaths. 141 people are currently receiving medical treatment for the coronavirus. A 67 year old Thai man travelling from Bahrain tested positive for Covid-19 while in a Chon Buri state quarantine facility. He arrived on October 18 and tested positive 4 days later. A 49 year old Thai man travelling from Austria tested positive […]

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Expert says all rail crossings should be upgraded after fatal train-bus collision

After the fatal freight train-charter bus collision earlier this month, authorities are looking into ways to make the rail crossings safer and to prevent potentially deadly incidents from happening in the future. An expert in rail engineering says all rail crossings need to upgraded, urgently, while unofficial or illegal crossings should either be permanently closed off or upgraded with the proper safety equipment. Unofficial crossings are those that are used by locals, but are not approved by the State Railways of Thailand. Chairperson of the Rail Engineering Committee at the Engineering Institute of Thailand, Rattapoohm Parichatprecha, gave suggestions about how to […]

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Malaysian PM called to quit, criticised for “abuse of power” during Covid-19 crisis

While protesters in Thailand are calling on PM Prayut Chan-o-cha to resign, the Malaysia PM Muhyiddin Yassin is experiencing similar calls after he attempted to declare a state of emergency amid a rise in Covid-19 infections, but the request was rejected by the Malaysian King. Some say the prime minister’s attempt to impose the order was intended to suspend parliament and “curb the government process”. Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim recently claimed he had the majority of support in parliament and challenged the prime minister. He suggested the call for a state of emergency was to avoid a vote on the annual […]

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Schools advised to improve online learning in case of second Covid-19 outbreak

Thailand schools are told to get ready for a possible second wave of Covid-19 and prepare to for lockdown measures – just in case – to make sure all children have equal access to education. An economist warns that the education gap between rich children in urban areas and poor children in rural areas could widen if schools shut down again and resort to the same online learning measures tried out months ago. In an online seminar called “My school and Covid-19,” human development economist Dilaka Lathapitate stressed that school closures and the switch to online learning during the lockdown […]

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Anti-government protesters plan march to German Embassy today

A political rally is being planned at the German Embassy on Bangkok’s Sathon Road this evening as anti-government activists continue to call for the PM’s resignation and pout pressure on the government for reforms to the country’s political system and constitution. Thai PBS World reports that protesters are expected to gather at the Sam Yan intersection on Rama IV Road at 5pm and then march to the Germany Embassy. The rally was announced at Saturday night’s protest at the Ratchaprasong intersection in central Bangkok. A ‘spoiler’ rally is also being planned by government supporters and ‘royalists’ at Lumpini Park today, […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Anon released, then held in another case
Anon Nampa, a pro-democracy protest co-leader, has been detained in another case right after a court temporarily released him on bail in one.
Protesters march to German embassy
Protesters began marching to the German embassy on Monday evening, to ask Berlin to look into the matter of His Majesty the King living in Germany.
7 Thai returnees found with Covid Monday
Thailand recorded 7 new imported coronavirus cases on Monday, taking the total number of infections to 3,743. No new deaths were reported.
Parliament begins crisis session as protest moves to German embassy
Opposition leader Sompong Amornwiwat opened the special session of parliament on Monday with a call for Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to step down, as anti-government protesters planned to target the German embassy with an unprecedented petition.
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Royalists to gather in show of support
Royalists have been called to converge for a mass gathering at the statue of King Rama VI at the entrance to Lumpini Park on Tuesday for a show of solidarity and support for the monarchy, amid continuing protests calling for reform of the institution.
House convenes to solve crisis
House Speaker Chuan Leekpai has called on MPs and senators to make a concerted effort to find a solution to the political conflict during the two-day special parliamentary session starting on Monday.
Social media, social discord
Social media has permeated a broad range of activities in people's daily lives, from interacting with friends to running businesses, from catching up with celebrities to staying tuned to the news.
Thousands pack Ratchaprasong to call for Prayut's ouster
Thousands of anti-government protesters filled Ratchaprasong intersection on Sunday, calling for Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to step down.
Yellow shirts gather to 'protect' parliament from protesters
A number of royalists says they'll stay overnight outside Parliament to "protect" the legislative compound amid speculation that it might be surrounded by anti-government protesters seeking to put pressure on Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to resign.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Anon released, then held in another case
Anon Nampa, a pro-democracy protest co-leader, has been detained in another case right after a court temporarily released him on bail in one.
Protesters march to German embassy
Protesters began marching to the German embassy on Monday evening, to ask Berlin to look into the matter of His Majesty the King living in Germany.
China to sanction US firms over Taiwan arms sale
China on Monday said it will impose sanctions on Lockheed Martin, a Boeing division and other US firms involved in arm sales to Taiwan, the self-governed island that Beijing views as its territory.
Court again denies bail for 3 protest leaders
The Criminal Court on Monday denied bail for Panupong "Mike" Jadnok, Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak and Panusaya “Rung” Sithijirawattanakul in a renewed attempt by their lawyers.
Belarus opposition leader says supporters launching strike
MINSK: Belarus opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya said Monday supporters were beginning a nationwide strike after her deadline expired for strongman Alexander Lukashenko to step down.
Royalists rally at German embassy, submit letter
Defenders of the monarchy gathered outside the German embassy in Bangkok on Monday, ahead of a major rally by anti-government demonstrators.
Vietnam ready to evacuate 1.3m people as typhoon nears
HANOI/MANILA, Vietnam is preparing to evacuate nearly 1.3 million people as it braces for the impact of typhoon Molave, which lashed the Philippines overnight causing flooding, landslides and leaving at least a dozen fishermen missing on Monday.
Civil Court dismisses claim against army over Lahu activist's death
The Civil Court on Monday dismissed a lawsuit filed against the army for compensation over the death of Lahu human rights activist Chaiyaphum Pasae, who was shot dead at a checkpoint in Chiang Mai province in 2017.
Third attempt at Karabakh ceasefire quickly collapses
STEPANAKERT, Azerbaijan: A third attempt at halting weeks of fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh collapsed quickly on Monday with Armenia and Azerbaijan trading accusations of violating the US-brokered ceasefire within minutes.
Big SE Asian IPOs see mixed debuts on outlook worries
KUALA LUMPUR/MANILA: Shares in Philippines' second-largest IPO and Malaysia's largest offering in more than three years had a mixed debut on Monday, as analysts pointed to expansion concerns in pandemic-hit markets.
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