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Phuket News
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: 1st Michelin star in Phuket! Beach access fee? Plain cigarette packaging! || Nov. 15
PHUKET XTRA - November 15 PRU: Phuet’s 1st Michelin star rated restaurant! |:| Beach ’access fees’ |:| Yacht fire off Patong Beach |:| Kathu police top brass transferred |:| Plain cigarette packaging! Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Czech tsunami victim searching for Thais who saved her
BANGKOK: A Czech supermodel severely injured by the 2004 tsunami hopes to find and meet three Thais, one of whom saved her life, when she visits Thailand in early December.
Boxing age limit under review again
BANGKOK: Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon has ordered a review of a draft amendment to the Boxing Act, as its new minimum age limit for young boxers has drawn both plaudits and criticism.
Phuket van driver falls asleep at the wheel, slams into street lamp
PHUKET: A passenger van driver has been charged with reckless driving causing damage to property after he fell asleep at the wheel, with his van slamming into a street lamp on Chao Fa East Rd in Wichit just after midday today (Nov 15).
Motorists warned of road closures for Laguna Phuket Triathlon
PHUKET: Motorists are being urged to avoid the Laguna area and major roads along the west coast in Thalang this Sunday (Nov 18) as thousands of athletes take to the streets for the Laguna Phuket Triathlon 2018.
Thais arrested for charging ‘access fees’ to Freedom Beach
PHUKET: Two Thai men have been arrested for charging tourists cash in order to access Freedom Beach, south of Patong. The men are believed to have been raking in an estimated B10,000 a day.
Aussie safe after yacht catches ablaze off Patong Beach
PHUKET: An Australian yachtsman is safe after his yacht caught on fire off Patong Beach last night (Nov 14).
New salvage team confident in raising the Phoenix
PHUKET: The new operators called in to salvage the sunken tour boat Phoenix are confident that their team will raise the disaster-struck boat to the surface tomorrow morning (Nov 15).
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: ’Drive thru’ immigration! Muay Thai reform? Medical marijuana now legal! || Nov. 14
PHUKET XTRA - November 14 Phuket Immigration to launch ’Drive Thru’ service! |:| Phoenix salvage attempts underway, again |:| Muay Thai reform after boxer dies |:| Medical marijuana now legal |:| Wedding organiser accused of duping 100 couples! Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Swedish national arrested in Phuket, to be deported again
PHUKET: A Swedish national will be deported to his home country after being arrested in Phuket late yesterday afternoon (Nov 13), Immigration Chief Maj Gen Surachate Hakparn announced today (Nov 14).
 
The Thaiger
Kitten rescued from wall space after being stuck for three days

A kitten was rescued last night after it got stuck in a narrow five-inch wall space behind a 7-11 convenience store in Samut Prakan’s city district. Staff of a 7-Eleven shop in Bang Pu Industrial Estate called the Bang Pu 811 Rescue Unit for help. The staff say they had heard a kitten’s faint meows […]

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Tourist Police service centres being set up on Phuket beaches

PHOTO: TravelScams.org The Phuket Tourist Police are poised to improve marine and coastal safety by setting up service centres on Phuket beaches, starting initially with Kamala and Karon Beach. The Tourist Police Division 3 Chief Major General Unggoon Klaiklueang says, “We have been planning on the project to set up the tourist service centres at […]

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Phuket Police officer transferred after gambling den raid

Five Kathu Police have been transferred to the Phuket Provincial Police Station after a gambling den raid. Soldiers raided a gambling den in Kathu on Tuesday night. More than 56 gamblers were arrested. Read more about the raid HERE. The order issued yesterday was signed by the Phuket Provincial Police commander Maj Gen Wisan Panmunee stating […]

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Woman sues Bangkok Phuket Hospital for 19 million baht

A Phuket woman has filed a lawsuit with the Civil Court against Bangkok Hospital Phuket for 19 million baht in compensation after an alleged error during an operation has left her bed-ridden. Nonglak Srisaeng assigned Chalermpong Klubdee, an official of the Foundation for Consumers, and Sakolrat Ritsamitchai, a lawyer, to file the lawsuit on her […]

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Tourist Police arrest Thais collecting beach entrance fees in Phuket

The acting Immigration Bureau Chief Maj-Gen Surachate Hakparn has arrested two Thais who were collecting Phuket beach entrance fees yesterday. Maj-Gen Surachate says, “We have arrested the pair who were collecting entrance fees for people to visit Freedom Beach. They were collecting the fees from Thais and foreigners. Police have taken over a year to investigate and take […]

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Australian yacht owner escapes fire off Patong

A fire has destroyed a luxury yacht moored off Patong Beach last night. The Australian yacht owner called for help before escaping from the fire engulfing the vessel. Patong Police were notified that the yacht, which had been moored off Patong Beach, caught fire around 9.20pm. Firefighters arrived near the Coral Beach Bridge which is […]

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Thailand pushes for bigger ASEAN role in Rohingya crisis

by Supalak Ganjanakhundee, Singapore South East Asia’s leaders have been meeting in Singapore this week in the lead up to the next ASEAN Summit. The Rohingya crisis has been the main talking point. Thailand says it wants to take on a greater ASEAN role in resolving the Rakhine crisis, as the group grapples with the […]

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Changes to visas to stimulate tourist sector

The drop-off in Chinese tourists has caused the Thai Government to come up with some creative ideas to re-invigorate the tourist sector, leading into this year’s high season. The Nation reports that the Cabinet yesterday agreed, in principle, to back measures to stimulate tourism numbers. Tourism and Sports Minister Weerasak Kowsurat said the Cabinet gave […]

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13 year old muay thai boxer’s mother mourns the loss of her son

Nirand Thasako, the mother of the 13 year old Muay Thai boxer who died on Monday following a knock out blow to the head on a Saturday match, has mourned the loss of her son. Nirand, who now lives in South Korea, made a video call to her Thai family expressing her deep grief over […]

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Chiang Mai banner-protester house raid

Police this morning searched the house of a leading protester against the controversial housing estate for appeal court officials at the foot of Doi Suthep mountain in Chiang Mai, looking for evidence of last week’s banners. Read that story HERE. Muang Chiang Mai precinct superintendent Pol Col Theerasak Sripasert led a warranted search of the […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Thais take Asean chair, haunted by past summit chaos
Protests, broken windows and dignitaries forced to flee by helicopter -- Thailand's last stint as host of Southeast Asia's biggest summit was devoured by political chaos.
British PM battles for survival over Brexit deal
LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May battled for her political survival on Thursday as ministers resigned and members of her own party plotted to oust her over a draft Brexit deal struck with Brussels this week.
Appeal Court fines zero-dollar tour operators B500,000
The Appeal Court has partially overturned a lower court's decision and fined three defendants 500,000 baht each while acquitting 10 other suspects in the zero-dollar tour case.
Czech tsunami victim searching for Thais who saved her
A Czech supermodel severely injured by the 2004 tsunami hopes to find and meet three Thais, one of whom saved her life, when she visits Thailand in early December.
Speeding hit-and-run driver dies in series of crashes
CHACHOENGSAO: A speeding driver fleeing the scene of an accident was killed when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into two other cars and a fried banana stall in Phanom Sarakham district on Wednesday.
Aston Martin’s first SUV to be called DBX
British exotic carmaker previews new rival for Ferrari Purosangue and Lamborghini Urus in camouflaged form.
BoI promises 'golden year' with package
The Board of Investment (BoI) plans to meet to consider a new investment package on Monday to make next year "the golden year of investment".
Developers report mixed bag
Large listed developers are reporting mixed performance for revenues in the first nine months this year, with condos remaining a key growth driver.
EC to publish new electoral boundaries
The Election Commission (EC) has finalised the demarcation of constituencies, which will be published in the Royal Gazette in a few days, according to chairman Ittiporn Boonpracong.
Boxing age limit under review again
Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon has ordered a review of a draft amendment to the Boxing Act, as its new minimum age limit for young boxers has drawn both plaudits and criticism.
 
NationMultimedia.com
Thailand offers its support to free trade
China's efforts to deepen reform, promote cooperation among free trade zones and open up to foreign investment will make a major contribution to global cooperation, Thailand's Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak said.
Urgent : Five Saudi officials face death penalty for Khashoggi murder
The global fallout over the murder has tainted the image of 33-year-old Prince Mohammed -- the de facto ruler and heir apparent -- despite persistent Saudi denials that he was involved.
Phuket police bust bogus beach entrance scam
The acting Immigration Bureau Chief Maj-Gen Surachate Hakparn has arrested two Thais who were collecting Phuket beach entrance fees yesterday.
Thais take Asean chair, haunted by past summit chaos
Singapore - Protests, broken windows and dignitaries forced to flee by helicopter -- Thailand's last stint as host of Southeast Asia's biggest summit was devoured by political chaos.
Woman honors late fiance with photo shoot on wedding day
A bride-to-be from Arizona should have been married last Nov. 11. In a sad turn of events, her fiance died last February.
Appeals court overturns acquittals against tour company bosses
The appeals court on Thursday imposed a Bt500,000 fine on each of the three executives of Fuan Travel Co in the case of the alleged “zero-dollar-tour” and upheld the lower court's acquittal for the rest of the 10 defendants.
Last call for all Eastern shoppers
Pattaya rolled out the red carpet recently to welcome Terminal 21, the new shopping destination in the resort and the largest in Eastern Thailand, on the concept “The Whole World is Here”.
Kitten rescued after being stuck in narrow wall space for three days
A kitten was rescued on Wednesday night after it got stuck in a narrow five-inch space between two walls behind a convenience store in Samut Prakan's Muang district.
EC keeping close eye on Thaksin, Pheu Thai movements in Singapore
The Election Commission (EC) secretary-general has said that the agency was monitoring reports that some Pheu Thai politicians will travel to Singapore to meet fugitive former premier Thaksin Shinawatra.
 
Chiang Mai, Thailand News
Lee Furlong who spray-painted fortress in Thailand is spared jail

Scouse Lee is SPARED jail: Liverpool backpacker who faced ten years in a Thai prison for spray-painting his name onto an 800-year-old fortress is given a A 2,340 fine A British man who vandalised an 800-year-old fortress in Thailand by spraying 'Scouse Lee' on a wall has been spared prison. Lee Furlong, 23, from Liverpool, was caught on CCTV using a can of black spray paint to tag the historic Tha Phae gate in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand, last month.


Fox Networks Group Asia to Produce Miniseries Inspired by Taiwanese Singer Teresa Teng

"Memory Eclipse" is being produced by Fox's Cora Yim, famed "Infernal Affairs" producer John Chong and Taiwan's Winday Culture. Fox Networks Group Asia is producing an anthology miniseries based on the music of legendary Taiwanese singer Teresa Teng.


Alberta tourist charged with vandalism in Thailand avoids prison

Canadian tourist Brittney Schneider, 23, says she won't have to spend time in jail after she was charged with vandalism for spray painting graffiti on an ancient wall in northern Thailand The Grande Prairie, Alta. woman charged with vandalism for spray painting graffiti on an ancient wall in Thailand will not go to prison.


Analysis: KNU Reiterates Hiatus in Peace Talks

CHIANG MAI, Thailand-The Karen National Union is standing firm on its decision to temporarily suspend its participation in ongoing peace talks, but will seek solutions to overcome the impasses facing the peace process through informal negotiations, it said in a statement. The KNU leadership met last week to review its high-level talks with the government, Tatmadaw and ethnic armed organizations in mid-October, and to reflect on the The group announced it was suspending its participation in the peace process two weeks ago, saying it needed time to conduct internal consultations on a meaningful participation in the process, before moving on with it.


Hmong men arrested for allegedly transporting 'yaba'

Three Hmong men were arrested in the Sam Ngao district of Tak province allegedly along with 2.1 million meth-amphetamine pills or "yaba", which they had transported from Chiang Rai to Central Thailand, Deputy National Police Commissioner Pol General Chalermkiat Srivorakan told a press conference in Chiang Mai on Sunday. The men were identified as Mangkorn Pisusirikul, 31, Anusorn Saeyang, 27, and Sua Saeyang, 41. They were charged with having narcotics in their possession.


Handbook coming to sensitise police to reality of trans people's lives

IN ORDER to improve interactions between police and transgender individuals, the United Nations Development Programme will help produce a handbook in collaboration with the Justice Ministry and Chon Buri-based Sisters Foundation. The idea was born in the hope that police officers would act more compassionately if they better understood the sexuality, gender identity and gender expression of transgender people, as well as the stigma and discrimination they face.


Two South Koreans arrested

The two South Korean suspects at a news conference in Chiang Mai after their arrest on Tuesday. One is wanted in South Korea for fraud, the other overstayed his visa by 13 years.


KNU Leadership Gathers to Firm Up Position on Peace Process

CHIANG MAI, Thailand-The Karen National Union convened an emergency meeting of its Central Standing Committee to review the state of the peace process at its headquarters in Lay Wah in Karen State's Paan district on Tuesday. The KNU leadership will consult with members to find ways to overcome deadlocks in negotiations with the government on the implementation of the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement .


Bill gives hope to gay couples

Thai same-sex couples are celebrating like this happy twosome seen at a Phitsanulok ceremony in April, 2017, but they can't be officially married - and a new bill will give special status but '90% of the rights of married couples'. Public hearings regarding a civil partnership bill for same-sex couples will be held from Nov 12-16 in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Ayutthaya and Songkhla, the Rights and Liberties Protection Department said Monday.


Bestiality club' uncovered by Thai watchdog in Chiang Mai

Animal rights activists say they have uncovered a "bestiality club" operating near the northern Thai capital of Chiang Mai, after an investigation lasting more than a year. A man accused of running the club has been questioned by police after Watchdog Thailand provided video evidence of dogs being sexually abused.


 
Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Thais take Asean chair, haunted by past summit chaos
Protests, broken windows and dignitaries forced to flee by helicopter -- Thailand's last stint as host of Southeast Asia's biggest summit was devoured by political chaos.
Five Saudi officials face death penalty for Khashoggi murder
RIYADH: Five Saudi officials face the death penalty for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi who was dismembered inside the kingdom's Istanbul consulate, but Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was not involved, the prosecutor said Thursday.
British PM battles for survival over Brexit deal
LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May battled for her political survival on Thursday as ministers resigned and members of her own party plotted to oust her over a draft Brexit deal struck with Brussels this week.
Appeal Court fines zero-dollar tour operators B500,000
The Appeal Court has partially overturned a lower court's decision and fined three defendants 500,000 baht each while acquitting 10 other suspects in the zero-dollar tour case.
Pattaya police: Hanged Norwegian's death was suicide
PATTAYA: Police investigators have confirmed a Norwegian man found hanging from a highrise rooftop on Wednesday had committed suicide, after examining his medical record and will.
Lost film of Mickey Mouse's predecessor found in Japan
TOKYO: When Yasushi Watanabe bought a cartoon film decades ago as a high school student in the Japanese city of Osaka, he had no idea he was purchasing animation history.
Czech tsunami victim searching for Thais who saved her
A Czech supermodel severely injured by the 2004 tsunami hopes to find and meet three Thais, one of whom saved her life, when she visits Thailand in early December.
Japanese, S.Korean trawlers collide in Sea of Japan
TOKYO/SEOUL: A South Korean trawler and a Japanese fishing boat collided in the Sea of Japan on Thursday about 330km northeast of an island claimed by both countries, officials said.
Waves cause fire on Australian's catamaran
PHUKET: An Australian man lost his 7-million-baht catamaran when it caught fire while he was cooking on Wednesday night.
Speeding hit-and-run driver dies in series of crashes
CHACHOENGSAO: A speeding driver fleeing the scene of an accident was killed when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into two other cars and a fried banana stall in Phanom Sarakham district on Wednesday.
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