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Phuket News
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Chalong drug bust! Ford to pay up? Nation’s 1st shark net! || Phuket
PHUKET XTRA - September 21 Nation’s 1st shark net set up |:| Chalong drug bust |:| Ford to pay B23Mn to consumers |:| Final prep to raise ’Phoenix’ |:| Body found at Hat Yai waterfall Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Ford ordered to pay B23mn to car owners
BANGKOK: The South Bangkok Civil Court has ordered Ford Sales & Service (Thailand) to pay 291 car owners for substandard vehicles in the country’s first class-action ruling.
Man killed in solo Ducati Monster motorbike accident
PHUKET: A 40-year-old man died in a motorbike accident on Phra Phuket Kaew Rd in Kathu early this morning (Sept 21).
Final preparations being made to raise ’Phoenix’
PHUKET: It has been confirmed today that preparations to raise the ’Phoenix’ are now in the final stages.
Iranian denies kidnapping, raping former Thai girlfriend
PATTAYA: A 21-year-old Thai woman has accused her Iranian ex-boyfriend of kidnapping her in full view of others and then forcibly detaining and raping her before shaving her head in a condominium room in Jomtien.
Phuket police arrest woman, 39, with 20k ya bah pills, ya ice
PHUKET: A team of Border Patrol Police on Tuesday (Sept 18) arrested a 39-year-old Thai woman in Chalong who was found in possession over 20,000 methamphetamine pills (ya bah) and just over 70 grams of crystal meth (ya ice).
Boracay back without fare bargains
BORACAY: Boracay’s fans can cheer as their favourite island will reopen to tourists 26 October after phase one of the island’s rehabilitation comes to a close.
Hua Hin completes laying shark net off beach
PRACHUAP KHIRI KHAN: Hua Hin authorities have finished installing a shark net off the beach where a Norwegian was attacked during his swim five months ago.
Illegal booze ads ‘rampant’ in markets, says DDC
BANGKOK: Several outdoor markets in Bangkok and its surrounding provinces have been exploited as spaces for illegal point-of-sale advertisements for alcoholic beverages, the Department of Disease Control (DDC) said yesterday (Sept 20).
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Phuket drug street! Light-rail by 2023? Stealing from disabled? || Sept. 20
PHUKET XTRA - September 20 Phuket drug street |:| More light-rail details revealed |:| Canadian help at Aussie Con-Gen |:| Stealing from disabled? |:| Mai Khao beach ’not safe’? Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
 
The Thaiger
Phuket Tourist Police stop to help at a road accident

PHOTOS:  The Phuket Tourist Police / Newshawk Phuket Lt Col Milin Peanchang and Capt Eakkachai Siri of the Phuket Tourist Police were on the way to meet the Phuket Governor, Norraphat Plodthog. But it wasn’t going to be a normal drive to meet the Governor today. Lt Col Milin Peanchang ordered his team to stop […]

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Top 10 Museums in Asia

Asia has a lot of museums but many are a reminder about rough days in the past, moments in time remembered so they’re not repeated. Some of these Top 10 museums are just downright creepy. But they’re all interesting. Trip Advisor’s readers have ranked the Top 10 Asian museums. Thailand didn’t make it into the […]

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Pattaya’s hotel performance rebounds as EEC drives positive market sentiment

Domestic tourism growth outshines Mainland China and Russia source business Thailand’s second largest tourism market, Pattaya has pushed through the glass ceiling from the volatility hangover of the 2014 era, with its hotel sector now showing strong signs of rising stability. According to the latest available data, strong demand from the Thai domestic sector accounted […]

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Wanted Krabi gunmen arrested in Nakhon Si Thammarat

Police this week have arrested a pair of gunmen who shot two people that were riding in the back of a pickup. One man was shot dead whilst the other man was seriously injured in Krabi in June. 28 year old Somkit Khaokaewk was shot dead while 36 year old Banyat Duangwang sustained a serious […]

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Kata Rocks ends the use of plastic straws

Kata Rocks has launched its new sustainability and social impact initiative as it moves to eliminate single-use plastics in the luxury resort which has already started and will reach its broader goal within one year. Guests staying at Kata Rocks are increasingly eco-conscious and are a driving force behind the shift in demand for sustainable […]

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Four men arrested over sex act broadcast on mobile app

Four men have been arrested for broadcasting a sex act live via a China-based application. This was discussed at a media briefing today by deputy tourist police chief Pol Maj Gen Surachete Hakparn. Surachete did not identify the men or the app used. He says the four men, who are from Thailand and Myanmar, were […]

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Most rape cases ‘settled’ by police, says foundation

by Kornrawee Panyasuppakun – The Nation We are all familiar with Thai police ‘settling’ small misdeamours, mostly road, on the spot – acting as judge and jury and keeping many minor potential court cases away from lawyers and the Thai court system. But the Women and Men Progressive Movement Foundation claims that most rape case, […]

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More sea snakes sighted along Patong Beach

PHOTOS: ได้หมด ถ้าสดชื่น / Newshawk Phuket Many sea snakes have been found along the shores of Patong Beach this morning (September 21). About five sea snakes were caught by  boat operators, Patong lifeguards and locals in the early hours of Friday. Local fishermen say sea snakes are usually found in open seas and swimming on the […]

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Big Bike rider dies in Phuket road accident

PHOTO: Kjnine999 / Newshawk Phuket A motorbike rider died in a road accident in Kathu early this morning (September 21). Rescue workers were notified about the accident on Phra Phuket Kaew Road, heading from Kathu to Patong near the Bang Chak gas station at 2.10am. Rescue workers arrived at the scene to find the body […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Apple fans in Singapore get hands on new iPhones
SINGAPORE: Among the hundreds of Apple fans who turned up at the Orchard Road store early Friday morning was 29-year-old Jonathan Lim who bought eight iPhones on behalf of family and friends. The haul cost about S$10,000 (238,000 baht) in total.
Last trishaw driver in Sawankhalok
Thong Mektanee began driving a trishaw in Sawankhalok municipality when he was 26 years old and shows no signs of slowing down 50 years later. He’s the last of his kind. — Phubate Faithes
Last trishaw driver still rolling at 76
SUKHOTHAI: Thong Mektanee began driving a trishaw in Sawankhalok municipality when he was 26 years old and shows no signs of slowing down 50 years later. He’s the last of his kind.
Cambodia pardons Aussie filmmaker
PHNOM PENH: Cambodia has granted a royal pardon to Australian filmmaker James Ricketson, jailed in August for six years after being found guilty of espionage for flying a drone over an opposition party rally, a court in Phnom Penh said on Friday.
Philippine stocks surge most in 32 months, SET ends higher
Philippine shares jumped 3.5% on Friday, the most in 32 months, while the Stock Exchange of Thailand index closed marginally higher.
Drone delivery of newspapers tested in northern Japan
SAPPORO: A trial delivery of newspapers by drone was conducted on Friday in Hokkaido, which was hit by a powerful earthquake earlier this month, with a view to bringing news to people in the event of a disaster.
Ford ordered to pay B23m to car owners
The South Bangkok Civil Court has ordered Ford Sales & Service (Thailand) to pay 291 car owners for substandard vehicles in the country’s first class-action ruling.
Maroon 5 set to perform at Super Bowl half-time
Thirteen years after Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones played during the Super Bowl half-time, Maroon 5 will display the Moves Like Jagger at Super Bowl LIII.
THAI resumes flights to Osaka
Thai Airways International has resumed its regular service on the Bangkok-Osaka route after Kansai international airport fully operated on Friday.
Dow, S&P 500 at record highs
Wall Street delivered another set of milestones Thursday as a wave of buying sent US stocks solidly higher, driving the Dow Jones Industrial Average above the all-time high it closed at in January.
 
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Thailand helps recapture Hpa-an prison fugitives
NAYPYITAW - Thailand army, police force and border guard forces are conducting operations to prevent the fugitives of Hpa-an prison to enter Thailand through the Friendship Bridge and quays of Moei River, sources said.
THAI plans swift upgrade of fleet to reverse losses
National carrier told to quickly finalise new business plan ahead of election.
Singapore Airlines bans lion bones in cargo
Singapore - Singapore Airlines said Friday it has stopped accepting lion bones for cargo after the carrier was singled out in a report for transporting the animal parts from South Africa.
Hunt on for Australian driver seen mowing down emus
Sickening footage showing a man laughing as he mows down emus with his car has been described as "horrific cruelty" by Australian animal welfare authorities. 
Dr M: Malaysia does not accept LGBT culture, same-sex marriage
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia does not accept LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) and same-sex marriages as the country does not subscribe to these Western values, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Ford ordered to pay Bt23 million to 296 owners of faulty vehicles
Ford Thailand was ordered on Friday to pay compensation worth Bt23 million to buyers of three of its models that were found to have defective clutch and gear systems.
Bird-feeding tourists put fun over safety
Continuing to buy bird feed for the pigeons at Chiang Mai’s Tha Phae Gate, Chinese tourists were on Friday unwittingly defying a prime minister’s order prompted by concern over disease being spread.
Temperature drops at Doi Inthanon, reward for early-bird tourists
Doi Inthanon, the highest mountain in Thailand and a popular tourist destination, saw the mercury plunge to 6 Celsius degree on Friday morning.
Urgent : Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang dead at 61
Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang died on Friday at the age of 61 after a serious illness, state media reported.
 
Chiang Mai, Thailand News
Not even token support

Some environmentalists will travel on two wheels on Saturday, to honour the worldwide 'car-free day' but most people in Bangkok will again ignore it. On Saturday, environmentally conscious people worldwide will join forces and shun private vehicles, the main culprit behind traffic congestion, during what is being billed as car-free day.


Are Digital Nomad Families Raising Savvy Kids or Robbing Them of a 'Real' Childhood?

Jack, Miley and their five children, ages 7 to 16, divided the hostel in Chiang Mai, Thailand, where I met them, into two ideological camps. The Australian family had left their home, jobs, schools and nearly all of their belonging over a year ago to travel the world - without a plan.


Local donation helps save dog at death's door

A DOG which was at death's door after being eaten alive by infestations of parasites, has made a remarkable recovery thanks to a Thirsk-based company. The canine, called Tum, had been living in Chiang Mai in Thailand, an area popular with British backpackers, but suffered horrific skin injuries after becoming riddled with mites, worms, fleas and ticks.


Government's Report to Parliament Lacked Substance, Lawmakers Say

CHIANG MAI, Thailand-The government failed to show how it plans to solve the country's current political and economic problems during its presentation to the Union Parliament on Wednesday, observers and lawmakers said. U Kyaw Tint Swe, the minister for the State Counselor's Office, on Wednesday read a written report on the government's efforts to the Union Parliament.


Grieving mother went through 33 hours of labour to donate her dead baby's body to science

Sally Field attends Burt Reynolds' private funeral service and 'discreetly enters through a side door' after revealing in her memoir that her ex was controlling and jealous during their stormy relationship Why loneliness is so dangerous for your health: Harvard doctor explains the links and urges that 'people are a medicine' Grieving woman, 37, allowed medical students to discuss ultrasound scans of her dead baby in front of her and endured a mammoth 33 HOUR labour to donate its body to science A woman whose baby died in the womb was subjected to four hours of ultrasound scans and a 33-hour labour so medical students could study her tragedy.


What Differentiates Canadian Online Cannabis Retailer Namaste Technologies From Other Pot Stocks?

Hemp plants are grown for medical research purposes at the Royal Agricultural Station Pang Da in Samoeng, Chiang Mai province, Thailand, on Friday, July 6, 2018. Thailand, known for its tough policies against drug trafficking, is taking a page from Canada and other countries and is seeking to lead the way in Asia in legalizing medical marijuana.


Students display 21st century robotic science knowledge at 2108 WRO Nigeria

The Lagos State students once again displayed their apt knowledge of robotic science with what can be described as 21st century techniques at the 2018 World Robotic Olympiad Nigeria in Lagos on Saturday. The WRO Nigeria took place at the Lagos City Hall, Lagos Island, where 35 schools and 140 students from across Nigeria participated.


Smart ID cards ease patient stress

New system: A hospital staff member explains to Suphot Limwanitkun, a San Sai municipality clerk in Chiang Mai, how to use his smart ID card under his agency's medical welfare scheme. Photo: Onnucha Hutasingh Chiang Mai: Smart ID cards are helping ease patient worries about their ability to meet the cost of treatment, especially if they cannot find ready cash to pay up front as they had to do in the past.


Chiang Mai's trendy influences

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World's Most Popular Air Route May Surprise You

A new study published by Routes has revealed the world's busiest passenger air routes and-spoiler alert-it's not in the United States . With more than 13 million people flying just 279 miles between Seoul's Gimpo Airport to popular Jeju island off the coast of the Korean Peninsula is the most in-demand air route in the world.


 
Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Pound sinks as May sticks to Brexit guns
LONDON: The pound dropped the most since November after British Prime Minister Theresa May warned on Friday that Brexit negotiations were at an impasse.
Apple fans in Singapore get hands on new iPhones
SINGAPORE: Among the hundreds of Apple fans who turned up at the Orchard Road store early Friday morning was 29-year-old Jonathan Lim who bought eight iPhones on behalf of family and friends. The haul cost about S$10,000 (238,000 baht) in total.
Last trishaw driver still rolling at 76
SUKHOTHAI: Thong Mektanee began driving a trishaw in Sawankhalok municipality when he was 26 years old and shows no signs of slowing down 50 years later. He’s the last of his kind.
Cambodia pardons Aussie filmmaker
PHNOM PENH: Cambodia has granted a royal pardon to Australian filmmaker James Ricketson, jailed in August for six years after being found guilty of espionage for flying a drone over an opposition party rally, a court in Phnom Penh said on Friday.
SIA stops carrying lion bones
SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) has stopped accepting lion bones for cargo after the carrier was singled out in a report for transporting the animal parts from South Africa.
Philippine stocks surge most in 32 months, SET ends higher
Philippine shares jumped 3.5% on Friday, the most in 32 months, while the Stock Exchange of Thailand index closed marginally higher.
Four nabbed for live sex acts on China-based app
Four men -- three Thais and a Myanmar national -- have been arrested for broadcasting live sexual acts via a China-based application.
Singpore woman fined for failing to declare luxury goods
SINGAPORE: A 42-year-old Singaporean woman has been fined more than S$32,890 (780,000 baht) for failing to declare the luxury goods she bought from France.
DIY colonoscopy among weird Ig Nobel prizes at museum
TOKYO: A gadget to "translate" dog barks for humans, a "babypod" that plays music inside the mother's vagina for unborn babies and the world's first self-colonoscopy method were among the whacky inventions on show Friday at a new Tokyo exhibition.
Malaysia cannot accept same-sex marriage, says Mahathir
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia cannot accept same-sex marriage or lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Friday, amid growing instances of persecution of LGBT community in the Muslim-majority country.
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