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Andaman Hotelier 2024 showcases South Thailand hospitality

The Andaman Hotelier 2024 event kicked off at Robinson Lifestyle shopping mall in Chalong yesterday, showcasing the excellence of hotel and tourism service personnel in southern Thailand. Phuket Governor Sophon Suwannarat inaugurated the event with a press conference, joined by Rewat Areerob, President of the Phuket Provincial Administrative Organisation (PPAO), Thianprasit Chaiyaphattranan, President of the …

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Cannabis decriminalisation not linked to rise in psychiatric patients

Professor Panthep Puapongphan, Dean of the College of Oriental Medicine at Rangsit University, addressed misinformation about an alleged increase in psychiatric patients following the decriminalisation of cannabis since June 9, 2022. His comments came in response to claims suggesting that this legal change has led to a surge in psychiatric issues. Prof. Panthep refuted these …

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EC intensifies legal push to dissolve opposition MFP

The Election Commission (EC) intensified its legal pursuit to disband the opposition Move Forward Party (MFP) by submitting additional documents to the Constitutional Court. EC Secretary-General Sawaeng Boonmee confirmed that these documents pertain to legal issues surrounding the case and were delivered to the court yesterday. Sawaeng stated that presenting a list of witnesses was …

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Provincial Senate election tomorrow: Candidates must be punctual

The nationwide provincial-level Senate election will occur tomorrow, with the Election Commission (EC) urging candidates to arrive at polling stations punctually without introducing themselves during the vote. Election officials, led by EC Secretary-General Sawaeng Boonmee, inspected the Vayupak Convention Centre at the Centara Life Government Complex Hotel on Chaeng Watthana Road in Lak Si district, …

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Pride Month to boost Thai economy by 4.5 billion baht

June’s Pride Month is anticipated to stimulate over 4.5 billion baht in economic activity, according to Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Phumtham Wechayachai. Phumtham announced yesterday that the government, led by Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin, is actively endorsing sexual diversity and collaborating with the private sector to organise additional Pride Month festivities. These events …

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Ancient skeletons found in Nakhon Ratchasima to resume excavation

Further archaeological excavation is set to continue at a site in downtown Mueang district, Nakhon Ratchasima, where three ancient human skeletons were discovered last month. The Culture Ministry confirmed that the Fine Arts Department (FAD) will oversee the allocation of funds for the excavation, which is currently paused due to the rainy season. Workers unearthed …

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Thailand pledges peace talks to address Myanmar conflict

Thailand’s newly appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs has underscored the country’s commitment to fostering peaceful dialogue to address the conflict in Myanmar. During the Meet the Press#1 event held yesterday, Maris Sangiampongsa shared his foreign policy agenda under the banner Ignite Thailand, Re-ignite Thai Diplomacy. He stressed the significance of maintaining strong relationships with neighbouring …

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Thailand nears historic approval of marriage equality bill

Thailand is on the verge of making history by passing the Marriage Equality Bill, which is set to undergo its final round of Senate voting this month. If approved, the bill could come into effect by the end of the year, making Thailand the first country in Southeast Asia to endorse gender equality in marriage. …

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Police raid Nasa club in Chon Buri, arrest 9, find 105 drug users

Police conducted a significant raid on the Nasa club in Mueang, Chon Buri at 1.30pm yesterday. More than 150 officers from various agencies participated in the operation, aiming to curb illegal activities at the venue. Upon their arrival, officers encountered a bustling crowd enjoying the nightlife. As the police presence became evident, many patrons attempted …

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Excise officers intercept smuggled cigarettes and beer in Chon Buri

Excise Officers at Region 2, along with Phanat Nikhom police intercepted a white pickup truck suspected of smuggling cigarettes and beer into Phanat Nikhom, Chon Bur, at noon on June 14,. The police had been investigating reports of contraband transportation in the area and successfully tracked down the vehicle, which was owned by a private …

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Senate hopefuls reminded silence is a virtue
The provincial-level Senate election will take place nationwide on Sunday, with the Election Commission (EC) having asked candidates to show up at polling stations on time, and without having introduced themselves during the vote.
Election Commission submits more docs for Move Forward case
The Election Commission (EC) has submitted additional documents in a petition seeking to disband the opposition Move Forward Party (MFP), as called for by the Constitutional Court.
Marriage equality bill poised for final push
The Marriage Equality Bill is expected to pass the final round of Senate voting this month. The bill, which may take effect by the end of this year, will make Thailand the first country in Southeast Asia to support gender equality.
New minister lays out foreign policy
Maris Sangiampongsa, the newly appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs, has emphasised Thailand's role in ensuring peaceful dialogue to help solve the conflict in Myanmar.
Young HIV cases still face stigma
Thailand needs to work faster to reduce stigmatisation against young people living with HIV (young PLHIV) in healthcare settings, experts say, as it is deterring them from seeking treatment and hindering the global goal of ending the Aids epidemic.
Govt to chase pink baht after Pride nets B4.5bn
The government expects June's Pride Month will generate more than 4.5 billion baht in cash flow for the economy, according to Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Phumtham Wechayachai.
NBT defends decision to hire Voice TV talent
The National Broadcasting Services of Thailand (NBT) has defended its decision to present a weekday news programme hosted by anchors of the now-defunct Voice TV, saying it needs a new viewer-magnet.
Dozens test positive for drugs in Chon Buri pub raid
Dozens of clubgoers tested positive for drugs after a raid on a popular pub in Muang district of Chon Buri early Saturday. Nine people, including a pub guard, were arrested for selling drugs.
China raises stakes in disputed waters
A new regulation allowing China’s coast guard to detain for up to 60 days any foreigners suspected of “trespassing” in waters it claims took effect on Saturday, raising concerns in countries such as the Philippines that have sovereignty disputes with it.
Oil spill closes Singapore beaches
SINGAPORE - Beaches on Sentosa island were closed on Saturday after an oil spill spread from a nearby shipping terminal to the tourist haven south of the city-state.
 
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Thaksin irrelevant in tight Pathum Thani election race: poll
Kamronwit Toopkrajang was slightly ahead of his arch-rival Chan Puangpetch in a race for the top job at the Pathum Thani Provincial Administrative Organisation (PAO), according to Nida poll.
New highly-transmissible Covid strain will elude vaccines: expert
The KP.2 strain of Covid-19 will become dominant in Thailand, according to a renowned virologist. It will be more transmissible and vaccines will be hard-pressed to keep up with its mutations, but its symptoms will not be more severe that those of previous strains of the virus.
China Premier Li starts Australia trip with Adelaide panda announcement
China Premier Li Qiang kicked off his four-day visit to Australia on Sunday by announcing Beijing would provide a new pair of pandas to Australia's Adelaide Zoo after the current pair returns to China later this year.
Hong Kong cancels Dragon Boat Festival fireworks in Victoria Harbour due to poor weather
HONG KONG: Tourists and residents expecting a 10-minute fireworks display in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour on Saturday evening were left disappointed after the show was cancelled because of poor weather.
Archaeological site in Korat gets support
Further archaeological excavation will be undertaken at a site where three ancient human skeletons were found in downtown Muang district of Nakhon Ratchasima late last month, says the Culture Ministry.
Senate hopefuls reminded silence is a virtue
The provincial-level Senate election will take place nationwide on Sunday, with the Election Commission (EC) having asked candidates to show up at polling stations on time, and without having introduced themselves during the vote.
Election Commission submits more docs for Move Forward case
The Election Commission (EC) has submitted additional documents in a petition seeking to disband the opposition Move Forward Party (MFP), as called for by the Constitutional Court.
Italy recover from early shock to beat Albania
DORTMUND, Germany: Defending champions Italy recovered from the shock of conceding to Albania after 23 seconds to begin their Euro 2024 campaign with a 2-1 win on Saturday in front of a largely Albanian crowd.
Marriage equality bill poised for final push
The Marriage Equality Bill is expected to pass the final round of Senate voting this month. The bill, which may take effect by the end of this year, will make Thailand the first country in Southeast Asia to support gender equality.
New minister lays out foreign policy
Maris Sangiampongsa, the newly appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs, has emphasised Thailand's role in ensuring peaceful dialogue to help solve the conflict in Myanmar.
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