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Phuket News
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Bare hands catch cobra! Cow still missing? Filthy Bangkok air! || Jan. 17
PHUKET XTRA - January 17 Bare hands catch king cobra! |:| Cow still missing after crash |:| Filthy Bangkok air |:| Southern residents accuse cops of extortion |:| Murder suspect wanted for Phuket land fraud Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Phuket man arrested over Phatthalung New Year karaoke murder
PHUKET: A Phuket man wanted for his possible involvement in a fatal shooting at a New Year party in Phatthalung was found at his home in Wichit early this morning (Jan 17) and taken back to Phatthalung to face charges.
Police hunt armed robber who stabbed man for phone
PHUKET: Police are looking for a man who robbed and stabbed a Myanmar national as he was walking along a street near Phuket Bus Terminal 2 on Tuesday (Jan 15).
New B25mn tsunami-warning buoy ‘to be operational tomorrow’
PHUKET: A new tsunami-warning buoy costing B25 million that was deployed from Phuket yesterday (Jan 16) should be operational by tomorrow morning, feeding raw data to the National Disaster Warning Centre (NDWC) in Bangkok so that tsunami alerts or warnings can be issued if needed.
Rescue worker catches huge king cobra with bare hands
PHUKET: Rescue workers in the tourist-popular area of Ao Nang, Krabi, across the bay from Phuket, caught a five-metre long king cobra yesterday (Jan 16).
Murder suspect wanted for Phuket land fraud
PHUKET: A man accused of murdering his wife and four in-laws in Uttaradit allegedly also swindled almost B30m from a priest who served as the rector of a Catholic college in Chon Buri.
Man confesses to Facebook Live suicide threats, admitted to rehab
PHUKET: Police today tracked down a man in Phuket who pointed a gun and threatened to kill himself on a Facebook Live broadcast last night.
Phuket maid caught hiding 2,600 meth pills, 3kg of cannabis in client’s house
PHUKET: An anti-narcotics team led by Border Patrol Police have arrested a maid from Chalong who was hiding 2,600 methamphetamine (ya bah) pills and three kilograms of packed cannabis in a client’s home in Rawai.
Korean tourists given rustic welcome as airport taxi hits cow
PHUKET: Two Korean tourists arriving on Phuket were given a rustic welcome when the taxi they were travelling from in airport in hit cow early yesterday morning (Jan 15).
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Tourist survives Patong Beach! An ’anti-peace’ chief? Problems with digital licence? || Jan. 16
PHUKET XTRA - January 16 An ’anti-peace’ Chief? |:| Still no charges in fatal crash? |:| Big win for chicken farm workers |:| Problems with ’Smart Driver’s’ license |:| Yingluck query forces Cambodian hands |:| Swedish tourist survives Patong Beach! Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
 
The Thaiger
More dead whales along the southern Gulf coast

Two young Omura whales have been separately found on Songkhla’s beaches. They were probably from the same herd. The bodies had already started decomposing when they were found. Pak Tae Ra villagers in Ranote district alerted a regional maritime research centre that a big whale was found on the beach. The centre’s chief Suthep Juela-ong found […]

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Thai monk caught 11 years later for sex with a minor

A monk accused of sexually abusing a 14 year old girl eleven years ago has finally been apprehended by the Crime Suppression Division police. He was arrested in his living quarters in Wat Srang Mai in the centre of Thailand. The 61 year old monk, Sorasak Siripattho, was wanted on an arrest warrant issued on […]

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19 year old caught transporting drugs to Korat in a hired taxi

PHOTOS: The Nation A young man has been arrested after being allegedly found with methamphetamine pills, marijuana and a gun in a taxi at a checkpoint in Nakhon Ratchasima. Police say he had hired a Bangkok taxi to take him, along with the drugs, to a client in Buri Ram. Pol Lt Col Ronnarong Surathot, […]

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Exemption of visa on arrival fees to boost Chinese New Year

The exemption of fees for visa on arrival is expected is expected to boost Chinese arrivals during the Chinese New Year festival. The National News Bureau of Thailand is reporting that visitors from 21 countries are getting their visa on arrival fee waived until April 30, 2019. Those 21 countries are Andora, Bulgaria, Bhutan, China, Taiwan, […]

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Burmese human-trafficking suspect escapes from Songkhla police cell

PHOTOS: The Nation A Burmese suspect has broken free from a detention room at a police station in Songkhla today where he was detained pending a human trafficking investigation. Police say 27 year old Zaw Win somehow unlocked the padlock on the detention cell at the Bang Klam police station in Bang Klam district at […]

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Belarusian ‘sex trainer’ deported from Thailand

Anastasia Vashukevich, aka. Nastya Rybka, the Belarusian model who claimed she had ‘dirt’ on Donald Trump and Russian efforts to help win the US Presidency, has been shipped off to the airport and deported from Thailand. She was convicted of participating in a “sex training course”. “I want to get a bed. I want to get a bed so […]

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Australian woman deported for overstaying visa by over 100 days

PHOTOS: Facebook/Claire Johnson An Australian woman, who was caught overstaying her visa by 111 days, will be released from detention and deported by Thai authorities tonight. She came to the media’s attention on Monday after sending urgent messages to a friend saying that she was being taken to a detention centre and that “they are […]

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Chiang Mai man arrested after raping his own mother

A Chiang Mai man has been arrested after just being released from jail for killing his step father only to rape his own mother. 31 year old Chaiya Tanaa from Chiang Mai had caused distress to locals after he fled the area following the rape last month. Police discovered that he was hiding out in […]

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Chiang Mai: The good, bad and ugly

PHOTO: TakeMeTour Post Magazine has published it’s ‘review’ of Chiang Mai, with the “good, bad and ugly sides to Thailand’s second city”. Here are some of their main points… The good There are more than 300 temples in Chiang Mai; they outnumber 7/11 stores, which takes some doing in Thailand. Situated in the heart of […]

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Up to 10K baht paid to Thai women for marriage license

PHOTO: Immigration Bureau Indian men have been paying up to 10,000 Baht to Thai women for a marriage license. Thairath is reporting that Immigration chief Lt Gen Surachate Hakparn says, “Many Thai women have been paid to get married with Indian men without any intention of a physical relationship.” “Indian men are using the marriage license […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Police traffic tickets set to go digital
The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) agreed in principle on Thursday to amend the 1979 Land Transport Act to replace the old traffic violation ticketing system with a digital one.
TAT cultivates India as rich source of tourist arrivals
India has emerged as an inbound tourism market for Thailand, with arrival numbers expected to reach 5 million by 2023.
Ancient artefacts returned from the US
Forty six ancient artefacts from various periods were returned to Thailand Thursday from the US.
Toxic haze to make return this weekend
The haze is expected to worsen again over the weekend in Bangkok after the cold front over Thailand dissipates, according to the Meteorological Department.
Waking the dead
Walking along Khon Kaen's historic Srichan Road, you might expect tumbleweed to roll past at any given moment. The shophouses that line the street are shut -- empty and abandoned. Roadside restaurants are scarce and vacant. Apart from the one café and jazz bar down the street, there's nothing to see or do. Srichan Road, put simply, is dead. Thankfully, the Creative Economy Agency (CEA) and Khon...
Career barrier too far for Thai women
Breezing through language proficiency tests, one of the requirements for Thai workers seeking employment in South Korea, is no guarantee that female applicants will have an easy time finding work in the North Asian country.
A whole new world of American fine dining
Thailand's luxurious island resort Sri Panwa is to host a world-class culinary pop-up experience by rising star American chef Noah Sandoval of Chicago's two-Michelin-starred Oriole on Jan 25.
Grand Seiko display an artistic vision
Rather than ticking or beating time typical of a quartz or mechanical watch, Grand Seiko models boast a second hand that silently sweeps around the dial -- the flowing motion made possible by the Spring Drive movement.
A new regime
An extraordinary meal generates good conversation. Others easily fade in memory. That is, unless they are made the subject of gastronomic debate, particularly when the subject involves stellar recognition.
No silver lining on smog clouds, yet
As a Bangkok resident, I have also been badly affected this week by the hazardous smog. As such, the first thing I do each morning now is check the Air4Thai app on my phone.
 
NationMultimedia.com
Asean foreign ministers to focus on a win-win Indo-Pacific strategy
Asean foreign ministers will seek to find a common Indo-Pacific strategy during their informal meeting in Chiang Mai today to deal with the changing geopolitical situation.
Delaying elections ‘will hurt economy’
Experts also warn that instability after poll will keep away investors, affect local consumption and also pose an obstacle to export sector
Still air, higher particulates predicted for today
POLLUTION is expected to get worse in Bangkok today following slight improvements in weather conditions yesterday.
Chula reviews student’s right to wear female clothes
THAILAND’S highest-ranked university on Wednesday confirmed that its board of directors had given conditional approval for a transgender student to wear female uniform.
China will be hard to crack
Sirisak happy to avoid favourites but warns last-16 tie will be tough
Group accuses govt of insincerity over cannabis patents
THE CIVIL SECTOR for medical marijuana has raised doubts about the Intellectual Property Department’s (IPD) apparent reluctance to reject cannabis-related patent applications filed by two firms.
Concerted efforts being made to fight smog, govt assures
ALL CONCERNED agencies have joined forces to tackle the capital’s smog problem through stricter enforcement of existing laws, while academics suggested that schools and offices be closed on days when air pollution is severe, as PM2.5 is expected to rise to harmful levels again during this weekend.
Tham Luang surveyed ahead of clean-up
THE AUTHORITIES have started an initial survey of the Tham Luang Nang Non caves in Chiang Rai province, made famous by the headline-grabbing rescue of a team of young footballers in July.
Fans hit by Blackpink’s irresistible charm
The hottest South Korean girl group chooses Thailand as the kickoff for its world tour
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Political probes to wrap up by 2021
The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) has pledged to finish its probes into all politically-connected cases by 2021.
Police traffic tickets set to go digital
The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) agreed in principle on Thursday to amend the 1979 Land Transport Act to replace the old traffic violation ticketing system with a digital one.
TAT cultivates India as rich source of tourist arrivals
India has emerged as an inbound tourism market for Thailand, with arrival numbers expected to reach 5 million by 2023.
Sirisak: We can stop Chinese juggernaut
Thailand's caretaker boss Sirisak Yodyardthai is set to lock horns with another Italian coaching giant, Marcello Lippi, when the War Elephants take on China in their last 16 stage clash of the Asian Cup in Al Ain on Sunday.
Ancient artefacts returned from the US
Forty six ancient artefacts from various periods were returned to Thailand Thursday from the US.
Toxic haze to make return this weekend
The haze is expected to worsen again over the weekend in Bangkok after the cold front over Thailand dissipates, according to the Meteorological Department.
Wissanu wants poll March 24
The Election Commission's (EC) proposal to set March 10 as the new election date could be scuppered as the government prefers March 24 instead.
Banks to appeal to rich elderly to forgo allowance
In a fresh attempt, the Finance Ministry will call on financial institutions to encourage wealthy elderly people to forgo old-age living allowance so it can be redirected to the needy.
Prince Philip, 97, flips his Range Rover
LONDON: Queen Elizabeth II's 97-year-old husband Prince Philip emerged unscathed after a vehicle he was driving was involved in a traffic accident that injured two people on Thursday, according to Buckingham Palace and police.
Thais confident ahead of Asian Cup clash with China
Thailand's caretaker boss Sirisak Yodyardthai is set to lock horns with another Italian coaching giant, Marcello Lippi, when the War Elephants take on China in their last 16 stage clash of the Asian Cup in Al Ain on Sunday.
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