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Phuket News
Phuket Law: Dodging trade disputes – 46 nations sign Singapore Convention
PHUKET: As many are aware, international arbitration is a popular dispute resolution device for international business disputes. This is in no small part because international arbitration awards are readily enforceable in practically every jurisdiction in the world, which is not the case if parties take their dispute to state court.
Phuket Opinion: Where there’s a will, there’s a way
PHUKET: Patong Mayor Chalermluck Kebsap this week announcing that she had found a way to hire lifeguards to patrol Patong Beach year round, full time deserves high praise.
Royal Rainmakers show Phuket’s reservoirs from the sky, to continue efforts
PHUKET: The Department of Royal Rainmaking and Agricultural Aviation will continue their efforts to help replenish Phuket’s main reservoirs despite the ongoing campaign resulting in “little to moderate” rainfall landing in the key catchment areas.
Phuket cleanup unveils tale of two beaches
PHUKET: A beach cleanup held at Nai Yang today (Sept 21) by an estimated 800 participants netted a total of 952.5 kilograms of litter, waste and discarded items from the sands and dumped along the treeline.
Phuket to hold mass cycling event to mark World Car Free Day
PHUKET: Motorists are urged to exercise caution while a mass bicycle ride is being held from Phuket Town to Laem Phromthep and back as Phuket marks “World Car Free Day” this year.
Ctrip to adopt a new trade name
SHANGHAI: Ctrip.com International Ltd (Nasdaq: CTRP) will hold its annual general meeting of shareholders in Shanghai on Oct 2, when shareholders will approve a change of name from “Ctrip.com International Ltd” to “Trip.com Group Limited”.
Phuket Town to suffer traffic disruptions for Vegetarian Festival preparations
PHUKET: Two main roads through the heart of Phuket Town will suffer traffic disruptions over three days this week as Phuket City Municipality makes preparations for the upcoming Vegetarian Festival.
Woman killed as Phuket truck slams motorbike, brake failure blamed
PHUKET: A woman was killed in Baan Lipon, Thalang, this morning (Sept 21) when a six-wheeled truck slammed into the motorbike she was riding on after the brakes on the truck failed.
Isoc reclaims protected forest land in Phuket
PHUKET: A team of officers led by the Phuket branch of the Internal Security Operations Command (Isoc) have reclaimed five rai of land in the Nakkerd Hills in Rawai after a court order confirming that the land was protected forest.
BoT blames easy loans for household debt woes
BANGKOK: Zero-interest unsecured loans and online shopping are blamed for the country’s swelling household debt, says the Bank of Thailand’s chief.
 
The Thaiger
Russian man and his dog found dead on Koh Samui

A 51 year old Russian man, identified as Vyacheslav Kolbunov, has been found dead at his home on Koh Samui. A dead pit bull was also found in the room, with two other pit bulls discovered in an enclosure outside the home. Koh Samui police and forensic officers discovered drug paraphernalia, along with a coffee […]

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Thailand’s Department for Disease Control issues Chikungunya warning

PHOTO: www.wikipedia.com Dr Suwannachai Wattanayingcharoenchai from the Department of Disease Control says over 10 people in central Thailand have contracted chikungunya since July, and urges people to take precautions, saying those with high fever and joint pain should seek medical advice without delay. In total, since the beginning of the year, 7,481 people have been […]

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Salaries of more than 100k proposed for Thailand’s high-speed train drivers

PHOTO: www.scmp.com The drivers of Thailand’s high-speed trains will need to be highly skilled, a ministerial level committee says, suggesting they be paid similar salaries to those of airline pilots. Thai Rath reports that drivers of high-speed trains will face the same amount of stress and responsibility as airline pilots do and in order to […]

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36 Thai provinces to be hit by heavy rain, sharp drop in temperatures

PHOTO: www.kohsamuisunset.com The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) says that between now and Thursday, 36 Thai provinces can expect to be hit by heavy rains, strong winds, and thundershowers, with a sharp drop in temperatures predicted in some regions. The rough weather is due to a monsoon trough currently sitting over the Central, the East and […]

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Significant developments in cannabis farming in Thailand

PHOTO: www.growbarato.net In what’s thought to be the first-ever industrial scale manufacturing facility for medical cannabis within the Asean Region, Maejo University in Chiang Mai has planted 12,000 cannabis sprouts – the largest lot in the country. It’s hoped the result will eventually be 1 million bottles, each containing 5ml of cannabis oil, by February. […]

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Leclerc takes Singapore GP pole, Hamilton shares front row

PHOTO: Charles Leclerc on top after grabbing in pole position – Reuters “Lewis Hamilton admits he is surprised to be next to a Ferrari on the grid after qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix alongside pole-winner Charles Leclerc.” Championship leader Hamilton was able to do little to prevent Ferrari’s Leclerc from claiming consecutive victories in Spa […]

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Overturned truck was carrying 450 kilos of crystal meth

PHOTO: Thai PBS World Police have seized about 450 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine (ice), with a street valued around 225 million baht – a major shipment of the illicit drug. The seizure followed a ten-wheel truck ending up on its side after crashing into a traffic island in Phetchaburi province on Friday night. The truck driver, 45 […]

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Thailand ranked sixth best in the world for healthcare

Sixth best healthcare system in the world! Well done Thailand. The Kingdom is gaining worldwide recognition for quality healthcare services after placing sixth in a ranking of countries with the best healthcare systems. The ranking was conducted by the US magazine CEOWORLD who do annual rankings of a number of world businesses and services. The […]

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Travel giant Thomas Cook teetering on financial collapse

Unable to adapt to the move online as smaller, nimbler travel companies thrive, Thomas Cook, the household name in international travel, is close to financial collapse. And the collapse could leave up to 150,000 British tourists stranded overseas. The iconic British travel giant Thomas Cook say they’ve failed to find any further private investment to […]

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Vietnam Airlines opening direct Phuket to Ho Chi Minh City flights

by Bill Barnett c9hotelworks.com Vietnam Airlines will commence direct flights between Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) and Phuket on October 27. Flights will operate three days a week, on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. The airline is also launching direct Ho Chi Minh City to Denpasar (Bali) service. Vietjet Air, the popular new low-coast airline out of Vietnam, […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Cannabis cultivation scales up
CHAING MAI: The country's largest lot of 12,000 cannabis sprouts has been planted in Maejo University's medical-grade greenhouse, thought to be the first-ever industrial-scale medical cannabis manufacturing facility in the Asean region.
New airport under scrutiny
Along with significant growth in the tourism industry over the past five years has been growth in air traffic which has exceeded the capacity of current infrastructure.
City plots to beautify its many unsightly manholes
Bangkok's streets are known for their potholes, uneven pavements and, especially recently, unsightly manholes that are posing an increasing safety risk for pedestrians.
NACC to rethink rules for valuing charms, amulets
The anti-graft body says it will step up scrutiny of charms or amulets declared as assets by politicians and officials after some MPs reported shockingly high values for them.
Thanathorn defends party lending
Future Forward leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit has defended his lending to the party as Election Commission officials prepare to submit the case to commissioners for consideration next week.
Flood misery persists in 4 provinces
Flooding persists in four northeastern provinces and heavy rain is forecast to continue until Sunday in many areas, including Bangkok, before temperatures drop by 3-5 degrees Celsius in upper Thailand from Sunday to Thursday.
Govt speeding up megaprojects
The government is expediting the Transport Ministry's mega-investment projects worth almost 2 trillion baht to stimulate financial flows and deal with anticipated volatility in the global economy next year.
Dept denies foul play over tiger deaths
RATCHABURI: The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation yesterday put on display the carcasses of the tigers which died in its care after they were rescued from a Kanchanaburi-based monastery in a bid to end speculation that they had been sold.
SRT sets up blockades to push out illegal occupants
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) yesterday blockaded its 35-rai plot in Bangkok's Chatuchak district in its latest attempt to remove illegal occupants from the site, which is part of the Red Line electric rail development plan.
Experts warn of 'endless' flood cycle
Engineers have warned that Thailand will remain trapped in a cycle of flooding unless the government expands natural catchment areas, raises flood embankments and builds more underground drainage systems.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Most people view Prayut's grilling as "useless": Suan Dusit Poll
A majority of people are of the opinion that the grilling of Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha in parliament over the incomplete oath-taking during the swearing-in ceremony of the cabinet was useless, without a clear explanation from the prime mininister, according to a survey by Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit Poll.
Woman turns snatcher after posing as buyer at gold shop
PRACHIN BURI: A woman ran away with a necklace and a bracelet after visiting a gold shop, posing as a customer, in Si Mahaphot district of this eastern Central province on Saturday afternoon.
Demonstrators clash with Egyptian security forces in anti-Sisi protests
CAIRO: Egyptian security forces clashed with hundreds of anti-government protesters in the port city of Suez on Saturday, firing tear gas and live rounds, said several residents who participated in the demonstrations.
Cannabis cultivation scales up
CHAING MAI: The country's largest lot of 12,000 cannabis sprouts has been planted in Maejo University's medical-grade greenhouse, thought to be the first-ever industrial-scale medical cannabis manufacturing facility in the Asean region.
New airport under scrutiny
Along with significant growth in the tourism industry over the past five years has been growth in air traffic which has exceeded the capacity of current infrastructure.
Government seals cassava export deal with China
The government has sealed a deal with China to export 18 billion baht worth of cassava to China by the end of this year, Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Jurin Laksanawisit said during a visit to China on Saturday.
City plots to beautify its many unsightly manholes
Bangkok's streets are known for their potholes, uneven pavements and, especially recently, unsightly manholes that are posing an increasing safety risk for pedestrians.
Rains to lash Northeast as floods persist
Four Northeastern provinces -- still reeling from flooding -- along with Bangkok are forecast to be hit by heavy rains leading to a drop in temperatures by 3C to 5C in upper Thailand from Sunday until Thursday.
Muang Thong reunion brings Phairoj little joy
Phairoj Bovornwattanadilok's reunion with his former club SCG Muang Thong United concluded in the same forlorn fashion as his brief association with the Kirins had ended a few months ago.
Irresistible Amnouy triumphs
The hosts secured two wheelchair gold medals at the Thailand Para-Badminton International 2019 as Amnouy Wetwithan retained her women's doubles WH1-2 title and also won the women's singles WH2 final.
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