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Phuket News
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Facelift for Phuket’s electric grid |:| Grandparents gunned down in drive-by |:| Alleged child rapist arrested after 7 years || November 18
PHUKET XTRA - November 15 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com #PVCPhuket || Facelift for Phuket’s electric grid |:| Grandparents gunned down in drive-by |:| Alleged child rapist arrested after 7 years on
Dream Hotel and Spa, Phuket receives four top awards
PHUKET: Dream Phuket Hotel and Spa has picked up a total of four major awards at the prestigious Haute Grandeur Global Awards Gala Ceremony at The St Regis Kuala Lumpur.
Woman escapes serious injury as motorbike crushed by truck in front of hospital
PHUKET: A woman escaped serious injury as the motorbike she was riding was crushed under the front wheels of a six-wheeled truck in front of Vachira Phuket Hospital in Phuket Town this morning (Nov 18).
Husband flees wife with their winning lottery ticket
SAMUT PRAKAN: A 23-year-old woman has filed a complaint with police that her husband has fled with their winning lottery ticket, worth B6 million, even though they had agreed to share the money equally.
Power outage to affect area near Darasamut Intersection
PHUKET: The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced that the electricity supply will be temporarily shut off near the Darasamut Intersection tomorrow (Nov 19) as work is carried out on installing new high-voltage cables.
Large leatherback turtle lays eggs on Thai Mueang Beach
PHUKET: A leatherback sea turtle measuring nearly two metres long was found laying eggs on Thai Mueang Beach, north of Phuket in Phang Nga province, yesterday evening (Nov 17).
Drug raids net eight suspects
PHUKET: Phuket Provincial Police have arrested eight suspects in drug raids, including one man armed with a 9mm handgun and two people arrested at Chalong Municipality staff accommodation.
Karaoke bar owner found hanged, partner blames debt
PHUKET: The body of a 46-year-old owner of a karaoke bar in Srisoonthorn was found hanged in the venue’s kitchen last night (Nov 17). Her male partner has blamed ongoing debt troubles as the motivation for the apparent suicide, but police are continuing their investigation.
Economic slowdown hits home
BANGKOK: If 2019 was already bad for businesses and policymakers, things may take a turn for the worse in 2020, as there are hints that an economic recovery is still out of sight, with a higher unemployment rate and shrinking factory production looming large.
Royal rainmakers halt Phuket cloud-seeding operations
PHUKET: The royal rainmaking division for Southern Thailand has ceased its operations to seed clouds over Phuket to fill the island’s main reservoirs due to the annual northeast monsoon settling in and for its aircraft to undergo maintenance.
 
The Thaiger
Thai Airways says it won’t get into a price-war with other airlines

PHOTO: YouTube National carrier Thai Airways says it won’t head down the ‘price-cutting’ route to be competitive in 2020.  The struggling airline says, instead, they will focus on building a solid customer base and tap specific route segments. Airline president Sumeth Damrongchaitham says the carrier will continue to recruit stronger marketing partners and estimated that […]

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Laguna Phuket Triathlon returns to the island next week, November 23 & 24

PHOTO: lagunaphukettri.com The Laguna Phuket Triathlon returns next week with a strong pro athlete line up vying for US$20,000 (605,500 baht) prize money on Sunday, November 24. The 26th Laguna Phuket Triathlon, will comprise a 1.8 kilometre swim, a 50 kilometre bike event and a 12 kilometre run in Asia’s Laguna Phuket resort area as well […]

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Wife chooses winning lottery ticket, husband flees WITH the winning ticket

PHOTO: Pornthida Chamnanwet with her formal complaint about the missing winning lottery ticket, and her husband who stole it – Sutthiwit Chayutworakan A 34 year old husband has left his wife stranded at home. He disappeared with their winning lottery ticket from Saturday’s draw. The winning ticket is worth around 6 million baht. 23 year old […]

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Northern Thailand drops 1-3 degrees, South to see little rain for the rest of the year

PHOTO: TakeMeTour A strong high-pressure system is looming over southern China and will also affect the upper Northeast of Thailand by tonight and early tomorrow. The Thailand Meteorological Department are forecasting another rather drop of 1.3 degrees C with mornings expected to be cool and foggy in the north and north-east. The high-pressure system affect […]

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All hail the outgoing school director. School principal gets roasted on social media.

The outgoing director of the Khaeng Khoi School in Thailand’s Saraburi, north of Bangkok, is coming under fire on social media for holding a ‘farewell ceremony’ in which students were made to prostrate themselves in front of him. The photos of the students ‘kowtowing’ to the principal has “denigrated the reputation of the school”, according to […]

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More than 30 dolphins spotted off Phang Nga coast – VIDEO

More than 30 dolphins were spotted around Phang Nga yesterday. Yesterday morning (November 17), Dive Master Nattapong Ninsawit from Sea Bees Diving Khao Lak revealed that he and his customers spotted a number of dolphins on the way back from their diving trip to Similan Islands. The group were travelling back, and while the boat […]

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Karon residents receive financial assistance for last month’s floods in Phuket

PHOTO: siangtai.com Following the unexpected localised floods around Phuket on October 31, particularly around the Karon area, affecting 400 houses, a group of government officials, local businesses and monks pooled their resources to help the victims. The organising group consisted of the village chief, sub-district chief, Karon business owners and hotel entrepreneurs, the Abbot of […]

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The ‘flat-earth’ business is going global. Ummm, hang on…

PHOTO: ‘Earthrise’ taken by Apollo 8 astronaut William Anders in December 1968 – NASA Last week saw the running of the third annual Flat Earth International Conference, held in suburban Dallas, Texas. The conference attracted around 600 die-hard flat-earthers – people that actually believe that the earth isn’t spherical, it’s a flat plate floating in […]

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Soldiers intercept meth delivery in Chiang Mai

PHOTO: Authorities find it almost impossible to patrol the thousands of kilometres of highland border in northern Thailand Soldiers in Chiang Mai, acting on a tip off, have seized about 380,000 methamphetamine pills at a border village, local media report. The drug haul was not big, considering many of the recent seizures amount to millions […]

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Thailand and the US sign new defence treaty

PHOTO: Thai PM Prayut Chan-o-cha and US Secretary of Defence Mark Esper with the newly-signed defence alliance treaty yesterday in Bangkok – The Nation The US-Thailand Joint Vision Statement 2020 advances the 2018 US National Defence Strategy and Thailand’s 20 Year National Strategy objectives “by reaffirming our shared commitment to the long-standing defence alliance.” This […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Thanathorn sues EC commissioners
Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, the embattled leader of the Future Forward Party (FFP), has taken legal action against all seven election commissioners for malfeasance, less than two days before the Constitutional Court rules on his media-share case.
Leatherback turtle eggs moved to safer spot inside national park
PHUKET: Eighty-five fertile eggs laid at a beach by a rare visitor to the Andaman coast, a leatherback turtle, have been relocated to a spot further along the coast inside the boundary of the national park in Phangnga province, to ensure their safety.
Accused 'Billy' killer Chaiwat transferred to job in Pattani
Chaiwat Limlikit-aksorn, the former chief of Kaeng Krachan National Park accused of the high-profile murder of a Karen activist, has been transferred to the southern border province of Pattani.
Hong Kong police storm university held by protesters
HONG KONG: Police breached a Hong Kong university campus held by protesters early Monday after an all-night siege that included firing repeated barrages of tear gas and water cannons.
HK protests: behind the barricade
On the night of Nov 13th in Hong Kong, I heard there was a protest in the city centre of the area of the New Territories I was staying in, Sha Tin. After crossing the bridge over the Shing Mun River, I notice four protesters talking beneath a pedestrian underpass. Walking through the megamalls that constitute the city centre, I see workers clearing up broken glass but see no protesters. But on my...
Take control of your digital life
What is the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? It’s not hard to guess as everyone including me tends to gravitate toward our mobile phone — checking notifications, messages, news that happened overnight, and so on. Can you even imagine your life without the internet, social media and all your screens, from your phone to your tablet, laptop and 44-inch TV?
Call for drink-driving clampdown
Road safety advocates on Sunday called for the jail term for drunk drivers who cause the death of others to be increased to between 12 and 15 years.
The slowdown hits home
If 2019 was already bad for businesses and policymakers, things may take a turn for the worse in 2020, as there are hints that an economic recovery is still out of sight, with a higher unemployment rate and shrinking factory production looming large.
Govt nails down 'vision' with US
Ahead of the 6th Asean Defence Ministers' Meeting (ADMM) Retreat and the 6th ADMM-Plus on Monday, Thailand on Sunday signed a joint vision statement on defence with the US and memorandums of understanding (MoUs) on defence cooperation with Japan and China.
The way ahead: tailored travel plans
Global tourism is trending towards reliance on tailor-made experiential products to capture rapid changes in traveller behaviour amid digital transformation.
 
NationThailand.com - News
Future Forward mounts offensive ‘Against the Tide’
The Future Forward Party has started to campaign “Against the Tide” (yu-mai pen inThai) in an effort to stem further political polarisation between conservative and liberal voters.
Upper Thailand to get cooler by 1-3 °C, South to see less rains
Thailand Meteorological Department forecast on Monday (November 18) that another rather strong high-pressure system had reached southern China and will be over the upper Northeast of Thailand by midnight on November 18.
Shifting trends behind China's record shopping spree
BEIJING - China's annual shopping spree festival unsurprisingly saw a string of records, while behind these numbers underlie the country's shifting economic trends.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Welcome to Health Talk programme. We’re at Thonburi Hospital’s Pediatric Centre. Dr Tanatip, please talk about the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in children as well as adults. Generally, a classic OCD case is when someone happens to wash their hands countless times or maybe spend an hour doing so until their hands are hurt. In other words, we could say that if someone do something repeatedly in a compulsive manner that negatively affects the normal lifestyle or a person’s functionality. Th
First frost of the year appears on Doi Inthanon, Chiang Mai
The first frost of the year was seen this morning (November 18) on Inthanon Mountain in Chiang Mai’s Jomthong district where the overnight temperature plummeted to 4°C, signaling that, in the North at least, winter is officially here.
Marquez makes it the triple crown for Honda, Quartararo and Miller follow him home
Some familiar faces were on the podium in Valencia, with the final glory of the season decided
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Farm chemical importers vow to sue govt over ban
Importers of three toxic farm chemicals, which are set to be officially banned from Dec 1, have vowed they will sue the government in the Administrative Court.
Thanathorn sues EC commissioners
Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, the embattled leader of the Future Forward Party (FFP), has taken legal action against all seven election commissioners for malfeasance, less than two days before the Constitutional Court rules on his media-share case.
Could Venice lose its World Heritage status?
Venice is in danger of losing its Unesco World Heritage status after this week's extreme flooding, according to the body's director, Mechtild Rossler. At the same time, she offered the lagoon city immediate aid.
Minor takes over Bon Chon network
SET-listed Minor International (MINT) has taken over Chicken Time, a chain restaurant, operating over 40 outlets in Thailand under the popular Bonchon chicken brand.
TV leads among Thai viewers
About half of the population is still likely to watch live TV programmes through traditional TV sets over the next decade, particularly the elderly, according to a survey by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC).
Indonesia arrests 43 following suicide attack
JAKARTA: Indonesian police said Monday that they have arrested 43 suspected militants believed to have links to last week's suicide attack at a busy police station in the country's third-largest city.
Japan hosts first fully-fledged arms show
TOKYO: Japan's first ever fully fledged arms show opened on Monday, creating a forum that Japan's government hopes will help it tap technology it needs to counter threats posed by China and North Korean.
Two men face sexual abuse charges after girl's suicide
The Criminal Court on Monday approved warrants for the arrest of two men accused of sexually abusing a 13-year-old girl who later jumped to her death from a building last Friday, police said.
Yahoo Japan, Line to merge business
TOKYO: Z Holdings Corp, which owns SoftBank Corp that operates Yahoo Japan, and Naver Corp of South Korea, which owns a majority stake in Line, said Monday they are aiming for a final agreement by next month.
Cambodian princess dies at age 76
PHNOM PENH: Cambodia's Princess Norodom Bopha Devi, a former minister of culture who helped revive traditional Apsara dance after the 1970s Khmer Rouge "killing fields" regime nearly wiped it out, has died at age 76, the royal palace said on Monday.
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