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Phuket News
Maya Bay dugong dies from suspected boat propeller wound
PHUKET: A young female dugong found at Maya Bay died while being transported back to the Phuket Marine Biological Centre (PMBC) yesterday (Oct 27).
Emergency decree extended to curb coronavirus
THAILAND: Government spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri said today (Oct 28) the cabinet agreed to extend the emergency decree for another month.
Phuket OrBorJor election candidate registration to open
PHUKET: Registration for candidates to contest the upcoming Phuket Provincial Administration Organisation (PPAO, or OrBorJor) election will be open next week, the Phuket office of the Election Commission of Thailand (PEC) has announced.
Popular Phi Phi reef area where karst collapsed sealed off for two years
PHUKET: The area around where a large section of a karst in Phang Nga Bay collapsed, sending some 30,000 tonnes of rock onto a popular coral reef below, will remain sealed off for safety for at least two years, Chief of the Hat Noppharat Thara – Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park, Prayoon Phongphan, told The Phuket News today (Oct 28).
US senators seek to declare China ‘genocide’ against Uighurs
WORLD: US senators sought yesterday (Oct 27) to declare that China is committing genocide against Uighurs and other Turkic-speaking Muslims, a step that could ramp up pressure on behalf of the estimated one million-plus people in camps.
Phuket police confirm new traffic fines to start Nov 1
PHUKET: The raft of new traffic fines approved by Cabinet earlier this year will come into effect this Sunday* (Nov 1), Phuket Provincial Police Deputy Commander Col Santat Layangkul has confirmed.
Reconciliation panel on cards
THAILAND: Parliament is considering a proposal to form a reconciliation committee consisting of representatives of all stakeholders to resolve the ongoing political conflict.
Phuket weather warning as Category 5 Molave moves towards Vietnam
PHUKET: Phuket Vice Governor Phichet Panaphong has warned island residents to prepare for heavy weather and possible flash floods and landslides today through Friday (Oct 28-30) following a weather warning issued by the Thai Meteorological Department (TMD).
TAT: Building Chinese market part of STV
BANGKOK: As the majority of foreigners signing up under the special tourist visa (STV) are from China, Thailand may gradually build up this market for a healthier rebound of around 7.4 million arrivals next year, says the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).
Phuket told to prepare to receive tourists
PHUKET: Ministry of Tourism and Sports (MoTS) Permanent Secretary Chote Trachu in Phuket today (Oct 27) told representatives from MoTS offices from every province in the country to prepare to receive tourists.
 
The Thaiger
Koh Phi Phi marine park dive site closed off for the next 2 years after karst island collapse

A popular dive site in the Koh Phi Phi National Park will be closed off for the next 2 years after 30,000 tonnes of rock broke off of a karst island, falling into sea and onto a coral reef. Koh Mae Urai is a karst formation between Koh Phi Phi and the Krabi mainland. A large chunk of the rock formation collapsed last week and broke into 2 pieces, damaging the coral reef at a popular dive site known for its 2 underwater tunnels lined with soft and hard corals. Chief of the national park, Prayoon Phongphan, says 300 square […]

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Thailand News Today | Big Bike licenses, Parliament latest, Zombie saleswoman | October 28

Daily TV news from The Thaiger, the most watched English-language news service in the Land of Smiles, and hosted by Tim Newton. Thailand to introduce separate test for big bike riders from next year From next February, motorbike riders in Thailand will be required to pass a separate driving test and training session if they wish to receive a licence for a “big bike”.  The regulation has been formalised in a bid to cut road traffic accidents which are predominantly motorbikes (about 75%) and predominantly male. From February 19, anyone with a bike over 400cc will need to attend additional […]

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Woman faces charges after allegedly slapping a student for not standing during national anthem

A woman is facing assault charges after she allegedly slapped a 15 year old student who didn’t stand up for the national anthem at a train station in Ayutthaya. The woman, a food vendor at the train station, allegedly approached the student when the anthem ended. In a video shared by thousands on Twitter, the woman said “Stand up. Come here …What a waste. You’re a student wearing the student uniform.” The student says she told the woman that she didn’t stand up because she was in pain from menstrual cramps. The student’s family later filed a complaint with police. […]

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Reminder from Thai Foreign Affairs about staying in Thailand after October 31

The following was sent by Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, reminding foreigners about staying in Thailand after the current visa amnesty expires… “Mr. Tanee Sangrat, Director-General of the Department of Information and Foreign Ministry Spokesperson reiterated that all stranded foreign nationals who wish to stay in the Kingdom of Thailand beyond 31 October 2020 need to submit an application for extension of temporary stay at the Immigration Bureau within 31 October 2020. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has circulated a Note Verbale to all diplomatic missions, consular representatives and international organisations in Thailand, to seek their cooperation in informing and […]

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Man arrested for allegedly stealing 70 pairs of women’s underwear

A 46 year old man has been arrested for allegedly breaking into homes and stealing women’s underwear. Police say they found 70 pairs of panties and 3 bras at his house in Ratchaburi, a province west of Bangkok bordering Myanmar. Police also found some methamphetamine and amphetamine pills at the man’s home, charging him with both theft and drug possession. The man, identified as Chaiphat, allegedly told police he stole the underwear because he was lonely and he liked to smell them while stimulating himself. His wife of 10 years had left him, Chaiphat says. Just 2 women reported to […]

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2 shot outside Bangkok massage parlour

Police are investigating a shooting at a Bangkok massage parlour where a person was shot in the neck and another person shot in the backside. Police have not identified the shooter, but a post by a Facebook user accused an alleged “well known gambler” of shooting the 2 people. Police were called at 3am Wednesday to the Saree Sauna & Spa on Ratchapruek in the Phasi Charoen, a Bangkok district just across the west side of the Chao Phraya. A fight allegedly broke out around 10:30pm Tuesday between the 3 people. A person then allegedly pulled out a gun and […]

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Thailand tourism officials to tap into Chinese market as they attract more visitors

Thailand has so far welcomed 2 flights with Chinese visitors on the new Special Tourist Visa, a first step after a 7 month ban on international tourists. Now, tourism officials are proposing to bring in more whilst tapping into the vast Chinese market to draw in more visitors. Tourism Authority of Thailand governor Yuthasak Supasorn says they’re planning on 7.45 million Chinese arrivals next year with hopes that travel restrictions ease up (in 2019 there were around 11 million Chinese visitors to Thailand). Tourism officials expect a high season in July during the school break, assuming that international travel restrictions are […]

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13 new Covid-19 cases in quarantine

13 new Covid-19 cases were detected in quarantine including 4 Thai students, according to the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration. The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases is at 3,759 with 3,561 recoveries and 59 deaths. 139 people are currently receiving medical treatment for the coronavirus. A 49 year old Frenchman travelling from France tested positive for Covid-19 on Monday, 3 days after he arrived in Thailand at a quarantine hotel in Bangkok. 2 Thai monks, ages 28 and 30, travelling from the United Kingdom tested positive for Covid-19 upon arrival on Monday. One had a fever with symptoms of […]

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Thai woman dressed as a zombie sells dead people’s clothes – VIDEO

A zombie saleswoman is selling dead people’s clothes online. 32 year old Kanittha Thongnak sells clothes of the deceased on a Facebook live stream while dressed as “the living dead”. She gives a story behind every pieces of clothing, explaining how each person died. Perhaps it would be a real business kill in most countries, but not in Thailand where the spirit world and superstition are just as real to some Thais as the world of the living. It all started at a funeral, Kanittha says. Traditionally in Thailand, clothes of the deceased are burned. “There were a lot of […]

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Thailand to introduce separate test for big bike riders from next year

From next February, motorbike riders in Thailand will be required to pass a separate driving test and training session if they wish to receive a licence for a “big bike”. The regulation has been announced in the Royal Gazette, after the government approved it last August, in a bid to cut road traffic accidents which are predominantly motorbikes (about 75%) and predominantly male. Thailand has one of the world’s worst road safety records, and the highest rate of motorcycle-related deaths. The Pattaya News reports that police spokesman Ekkarak Limsakas has confirmed that from February 19, anyone with a bike over 400cc […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Thanathorn, Piyabutr to fight criminal charges
The founders of the banned Future Forward party have vowed a fight the criminal charges reportedly being brought against them by the Election Commission (EC).
Storm warnings as typhoon enters Vietnam
Flooding was reported in six provinces on Wednesday, with heavy rain and flash-flood warnings for all five regions into Friday, as Typhoon Molave moves into Vietnam.
13 new Covid-19 cases
The government reported 13 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, among arrivals from eight countries.
Activists give minister jail 'wish list'
The three incarcerated anti-government protest leaders called on the government to ensure their well-being by granting a number of special requests during a weekend visit by the justice minister, according to a source at the Department of Corrections.
SRT loses final battle over B25bn Hopewell payout
The Central Administrative Court on Tuesday rejected a State Railway of Thailand (SRT) bid to nullify a huge compensation order in the "Hopewell Project".
Reconciliation panel on cards
Parliament is considering a proposal to form a reconciliation committee consisting of representatives of all stakeholders to resolve the ongoing political conflict.
Opposition MP slashes own arm during debate
A Pheu Thai Party MP cut his arm in Parliament during a debate on students' rallies on Tuesday night, saying he did not want students to get hurt.
People in yellow gather at Lumpini Park in support of monarchy
Yellow-clad people gathered at Lumpini Park in Bangkok on Tuesday afternoon to show their support for the royal institution.
Mae Sot 'Covid-free', Samui transmission chances 'slim'
Mae Sot is free of the novel coronavirus while the risk of transmission is slim on Koh Samui, where a French woman is the sole Covid-19 case, the Disease Control Department announced on Tuesday.
B50bn contract to be signed for part of high-speed railway first stage
The government will sign "Contract 2.3", worth more than 50 billion baht, for work on the Thai-Chinese high-speed railway between Bangkok and Nakhon Ratchasima on Wednesday.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Azerbaijan says 21 dead in Armenia missile attack
BAKU: Azerbaijan accused Armenia of killing 21 people and wounding dozens in a missile strike near Nagorno-Karabakh on Wednesday, the deadliest reported attack on civilians in a month of fighting over the disputed region.
Suu Kyi and old guard frustrate young Myanmar politicians
Once celebrated as democracy champions, a tight elite of elderly former political prisoners at the helm of Myanmar's ruling party now stand accused of oppression, discrimination and censorship.
South Koreans offer world lessons on how to tame coronavirus
In the very earliest stages of the global coronavirus pandemic, South Korea appeared to be among the nations that was hardest hit and there were fears that the illness would run unchecked through every sector of society and leave thousands dead, medical institutions at breaking point and the nation on its knees.
Woman slaps girl for not standing during national anthem
A 45-year-old vendor has been charged with assault after slapping the face of a high school girl who did not stand up during the playing of the national anthem at Ayutthaya railway station on Tuesday evening.
Natural Fruit drops case against activist Andy Hall
The pineapple company Natural Fruit on Wednesday dropped a $9.6 million civil defamation case against a British human rights activist who had alleged abuse of migrant workers in the kingdom's fruit industry.
Hong Kong health minister defends social distancing rules
Hong Kong was facing just two new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, as the city's health minister defended the government's easing of social-distancing rules described by some as being inconsistent.
Thanathorn, Piyabutr to fight criminal charges
The founders of the banned Future Forward party have vowed a fight the criminal charges reportedly being brought against them by the Election Commission (EC).
Cambodia officially launches digital currency backed by central bank
Cambodia officially launched on Wednesday a central bank-backed digital currency that draws on blockchain technology designed by a Japanese company.
Court drops contempt case against Parit
The Criminal Court on Wednesday dropped a charge of contempt of court against protest leader Parit "Penguin" Chiwarak after the student activist offered an apology and promised not to do it again.
US, Vietnam sign $500m deal to form 'Pork Consortium'
HANOI: The Vietnam Trade Alliance, a grouping of buyers and producers, signed a pact on Wednesday to buy up to $500 million worth of American pork over three years, the US embassy in Hanoi said on Wednesday.
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