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Phuket News
Body of second missing Filipino found off Phuket
PHUKET: The body of a Filipino man who disappeared in strong surf at Freedom Beach on Phuket on Wednesday was found by fisherman in Krabi waters today (July 21).
Phuket Poll: Environmental damage, prices too high
PHUKET: The environmental damage caused by tourism and the cost of living in Phuket are both far too high, according to a vast majority of people responding to an online poll by The Phuket News.
Phuket Opinion: Hit the dog
PHUKET: The incident involving a foreign man attacking a dog in Nai Harn this week stunned and appalled our expat community on the island.
Egyptian tourist slashed with a cleaver on Phuket’s renowned Muay Thai street
PHUKET: A roti (pancake) vendor is facing charges of attempted murder and carrying a weapon in public for slashing an Egyptian tourist with a cleaver knife on Soi Ta-Iad in Chalong last night (July 19). After the attack the foreigner was rushed to a local hospital with a 7 cm gash on the back of his neck.
Weather warning for Phuket remains in effect
PHUKET: The weather warning for Phuket is still in effect following the Southern Meteorological Centre (West Coast) office of the Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) issuing a new advisory about heavy rains and rough seas.
Phuket readies for HM King’s birthday
PHUKET: Preparations are underway for commemorating the birthday of HM King Maha Vajiralongkorn (Rama X).
Wired on Water: Charging ahead
Are you considering changing to lithium LFP batteries in your boat? If so, here some things you should know. Lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4 or LFP) is the safest of the mainstream li-ion battery types. The nomin...
Foreigner arrested after puppy beaten at condo
SAMUT PRAKAN: A young Zambian has been arrested after a man was seen cruelly beating a Siberian Husky puppy outside a condominium building in Samut Prakan.
Bridging Supply: Officials reveal B3.5bn proposal to resolve island’s water shortage woes
PHUKET: Leading water officials this week unveiled a B3.5 billion plan to have water piped across the channel from Phang Nga as a long-term solution to the island’s increasing water-supply woes.
Red flags line Phuket beaches as dangerous surf broils
PHUKET: Surin Beach has been closed to swimmers in the current weather as the beach has no lifeguards and the strong waves and flash rips are considered too dangerous to risk tourists entering the water, Chief of the Cherng Talay Tambon Administration Organisation (OrBorTor), MaAnn Samran, told The Phuket News today (July 19).
 
The Thaiger
Top 10 things NOT to do in Thailand (2019)

There are hundreds of things to do in Thailand and you’ll be spoiled for choice during your visit. But there are a few things that may be worth avoiding, despite being available, during your time in the Kingdom. If you also want a list of basic cultural faux pas, check this list out HERE. So, […]

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Co-working spaces in Bangkok are re-shaping small to medium business office options

PHOTO: The Great Room Co-working spaces are opening up around Bangkok and providing a more flexible framework for businesses to grow. Advances in technology, a more mobile workforce, and unpredictable economic growth are reshaping the business environment. In the Bangkok office market, a traditional three-year lease with options to renew and the tenant fitting out the […]

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Mekong River drops to lowest level in a century around Thai, Lao, Myanmar border

Water levels in the Mekong River are now at the lowest point in a century as of July 19, lower than a record set in April 1973. South East Asia’s Stimson Centre claims that, based on recent satellite images, the drastic lowering of the water level in the river has exposed many islets and sandbars […]

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Pattaya man in custody for killing horses and selling horse meat

A man being held by police for questioning after being accused of killing horses and selling their meat in Chon Buri province, east of Bangkok. Chon Buri police arrested 33 year old Nirun Kamlon at his house in Banglamung district near Pattaya yesterday on the orders of the provincial governor. Watchdog Thailand Foundation lodged a […]

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Booming regional meth industry – Thailand, Myanmar, China and Laos

A UN Office of Drugs and Crime report released last week states that the methamphetamine trade is now worth between US$30-61 billion per year in East and South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Bangladesh. That figure is up from US$15 billion a year, nearly a decade ago, the last time the UNODC estimated the […]

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Missing Filipino’s body found in Phuket, identified by family

PHOTO: AsiaOne A body, found washed up on Freedom beach in Phuket on Friday, has now been identified by family to be one of the two missing Filipinos. The family of Noah Ibay arrived at Phuket Provincial Hall yesterday to identify the body and meet the Phuket Governor, Pakkapong Tawipat. Mr. Val Simon Roque from The […]

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Pope scheduled to visit Thailand this November

Pope Francis is scheduled to visit Thailand and Japan this November, according to reports in Catholic websites in Rome. sanook.com reported the news yesterday. His visit will coincide with the 350th year anniversary of the presence of the Roman Catholic Church in Thailand. As of 2018, there are 379,975 Catholics in Thailand, a figure that […]

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Thai PM has “grave concerns”, orders army to be on standby over drought in north

PHOTO: Thai army water trucks are on standby to help northern farmers Acknowledging the severity of the potential crisis looking over northern and north-eastern provinces, PM Prayut Chan-o-cha is instructing the armed forces to provide help to areas affected by drought, a situation which may be made worse by the test run of the new […]

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“That’s one small step for man” – Armstrong steps on the moon 50 years ago

Where were you when Neil Armstrong fist stepped on the moon? The momentous, and enormously complex project, proposed by President John F. Kennedy in 1961, came to fruition on July 21, 1969 when Neil Armstrong, then Buzz Aldrin, stepped onto the lunar surface. It was an expensive endeavour with five other missions to follow that […]

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One small step for man – 50 years ago today

On this day, a mere 50 years ago, Neil Armstrong stepped onto the powdery surface of the moon. It was the first time humans had stepped anywhere other than the ‘pale blue dot’ of Earth. Everyone alive at the time can recall ‘where they were’ at this historic moment. It was a triumph of American […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Move to let folk doctors prescribe cannabis
New Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul has ordered ministerial regulations to be revised in a bid to help assist 3,000 folk medicine practitioners, including activist Decha Siripat, to prescribe cannabis for treatment without violating narcotic laws.
Prayut submits govt policies to parliament
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has submitted his government's policies to the parliament speaker for debate, promising to move the country out of the middle-income trap during his tenure.
'Canary in the coal mine': Singapore woes ring trade alarm bells
SINGAPORE: A plunge in exports and the worst growth rates for a decade have fuelled concerns about the outlook for Singapore's economy, with analysts saying the figures offer a warning that Asia is heading for a slowdown as China-US tensions bite.
Diving into sex work
Mai Janta, 29, came to Thailand from Shan State with her family when she was a year old. Her brother had been conscripted to the Myanmar army and her family feared that he would never return if he had to join.
Prayut orders army to be on alert
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has instructed the armed forces to provide help in areas affected by drought, a situation which may be made worse by the test run of Xayaburi dam on the Mekong River in Laos.
Jasmine and Clanton win LPGA team event in Michigan
Jasmine Suwannapura and American Cydney Clanton teamed up for an emphatic six-stroke win at the Great Lakes Bay Invitational in Midland, Michigan, on Saturday.
Uttama eyes tax rejigs, not outright cut
The Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP) never promised an outright reduction of income taxes during the election campaign as it merely meant to revise tax structures plagued with discrepancies, says Finance Minister Uttama Savanayana, who is also the PPRP leader.
Third Bangkok airport proposed
The Airports Department has proposed building a new airport in Nakhon Pathom province west of Bangkok to relieve congestion at the capital’s two main gateways.
Chinese mega-resort in Cambodia raises red flags
SIHANOUKVILLE, Cambodia: Along pristine Cambodian beaches, past parades of elephants in the country’s largest national park, sits an area half the size of Singapore that is raising alarm bells among military strategists in the United States and beyond.
Drought wreaks havoc in Korat
NAKHON RATCHASIMA: Rice crops in paddy fields covering almost 200,000 rai in Phimai district are dying as a historic severe drought takes a toll.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Move to let folk doctors prescribe cannabis
New Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul has ordered ministerial regulations to be revised in a bid to help assist 3,000 folk medicine practitioners, including activist Decha Siripat, to prescribe cannabis for treatment without violating narcotic laws.
Prayut submits govt policies to parliament
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has submitted his government's policies to the parliament speaker for debate, promising to move the country out of the middle-income trap during his tenure.
Iran says fate of seized ship depends on crew 'cooperation'
TEHRAN: Iran said Sunday the fate of a British-flagged tanker it is refusing to hand back after seizing it in the Gulf depends on the cooperation of its crew with an investigation.
Body of another missing Filipino found
PHUKET: Fishermen found a body, believed to be one of two missing Filipinios, in an area adjoining Krabi province on Sunday, said governor Supot Rodruang Na Nongkhai. The body of the body of the other was found on Friday.
Separatist militant camp seized in Narathiwat after clash
NARATHIWAT: A combined government force seized a camp of Muslim militants after an exchange of fire in Rangae district on Sunday morning, police reported.
Hong Kong locks down as thousands gather for latest rally
HONG KONG: Thousands gathered in sweltering heat in Hong Kong on Sunday for the latest in a series of mass protests over an extradition bill that has plunged the Chinese-ruled financial hub into crisis and revived public opposition to Beijing's tightening grip.
Free-range duck raisers also hit by drought
PHITSANULOK: The ongoing dry spell has affected not only rice-growing farmers but also free-ranging duck raisers who say they are producing fewer and smaller eggs than usual, according to farmers in this central northern province.
Pasak Jolasid dam now less than 5% of capacity
LOP BURI: Pasak Jolasid dam in tambon Nong Bua of Patthana Nikhom district now has only 46 million cubic metres of water left, or only 4.82% of its full capacity of 960 milllion cubic metres, according to media reports.
Cambodia government orders strict registration of foreigners
Cambodian Interior Minister Sar Kheng has instructed all residence owners around the country of the need to report foreigners who come to stay in their residences to strengthen immigration law enforcement.
Brilliant Pacquiao downs Thurman to capture WBA crown
LAS VEGAS: Filipino legend Manny Pacquiao rolled back the years to become the oldest welterweight champion in boxing history with a thrilling split decision victory over WBA champion Keith Thurman on Saturday.
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