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Phuket News
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Oil slick in the Gulf, Hotel isolation visa extensions, Croc was a coconut tree || January 24
PHUKET XTRA - January 24 || Brought to you by @PVC Phuket Oil slick in the Gulf |:| Immigration on hotel isolation visas extensions |:| B30k reward for missing cats |:| Croc off Bang Tao confirmed to be a coconut tree, but another reported sighting south of Nai Yang |:| Ducati cop gets 7 charges over death of doctor Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket #PhuketNews #Thailand
Phuket holds fast to Omicron policy
PHUKET: Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew presided over a press conference today (Jan 24) which saw no major changes to any policies regarding tourism and the treatment of people confirmed as infected with Omicron.
Ducati cop who killed doctor faces 7 charges
BANGKOK: The Metropolitan Police Bureau has laid seven charges against the policeman who hit and killed a woman doctor with his Ducati Monster motorcycle on Friday (Jan 21).
Power outages to affect Cherng Talay
PHUKET: The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced that the electricity supply will be temporarily shut off in parts of Cherng Talay tomorrow and Wednesday (Jan 25-26) as work is carried out on upgrading high-voltage cables.
Japanese woman posts B30k reward for missing cats
PHUKET: A Japanese woman in Kamala is offering B30,000 reward each for the safe return of two of her cats.
Croc off Bang Tao confirmed to be a coconut tree, but another reported sighting south of Nai Yang
PHUKET: The underwater shadow reported to be a crocodile off Bang Tao Beach on Friday has been confirmed to be nothing more than the trunk of a coconut tree, but local residents only yesterday (Jan 23) reported sighting a crocodile at Koh Pling, just off the headland at the southern end of Nai Yang Beach.
Prayut to visit Saudi Arabia to foster ties
BANGKOK: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha lands in Saudi Arabia later today (Jan 24) for an official two-day visit to strengthen relations, with further details to be released after the weekly cabinet meeting before his departure.
Bid to prevent oil slick reaching Gulf of Thailand shore
BANGKOK: The Marine Department and Royal Thai Navy are trying to prevent oil leaking from a sunken tanker from reaching the coastline in Chumphon and Prachuap Khiri Khan provinces.
Phuket marks 369 new COVID cases, no new deaths
PHUKET: The latest Phuket Provincial Public Health Office (PPHO) daily COVID situation report has marked 369 new local infections confirmed across the island yesterday (Jan 23), bringing the total number of people recognised as infected with COVID-19 in Phuket since Apr 3 last year to 30,576.
Teen pilot completes round-the-world feat
BELGIUM: Beaming and waving her arms in the air, teenage pilot Zara Rutherford was euphoric last Thursday (Jan 20) after completing a solo, round-the-world flying odyssey with the dream of getting into the record books.
 
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Taiwan reports 39 Chinese warplanes including H-6 bomber in air defence zone

Taiwan air force has ordered its fighter jets to dispatch and missile defence systems activated yesterday after dozens of Chinese jets infiltrated the island’s air defence zone with an H-6 bomber. Although Beijing had not released a statement on the event, the warplanes were reportedly seen in the south-western Air Defence Identification Zone, which is self-declared airspace that is monitored for national security reasons rather than territorial airspace. According to flight paths released online by ministry authorities, Chinese aircraft flew to the northeast of Taiwan’s Pratas Island. China wants Taiwan to be its own territory and has threatened to use […]

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More than 100 migrants caught in Kanchanaburi for alleged illegal entry

Thai border patrols arrested 107 Burmese migrants for allegedly illegally crossing the border into the western province Kanchanaburi on Sunday. The migrants told Thai officials they came from Phayathonezu, Moulmein, Yangon, Bago and Dawei townships in Myanmar. They crossed into Thailand seeking jobs here. Authorities also arrested one Thai guide for providing assistance to people illegally entering the country. Authorities turned the migrants, 66 men and 44 women, in to Muang and Sangkhla Buri police for legal proceedings for illegal entry, and pending deportation. The migrants had paid, or planned to pay, from 10,000 baht to 27,000 baht each to […]

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Thailand’s Digital Economy and Society Minister infected with Covid-19

Thailand’s Digital Economy and Society Minister has Covid-19. The minister, Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn, is currently in hospital with a fever and headache. He says he may have contracted the virus on a trip to Chiang Mai last Thursday. It remains unknown which variant he contracted. The infection has not reached his lungs, however, other members of the ruling Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP) who have been exposed to him are now at risk. Government chief whip Nirote Sunthornlekha, who was close to Chaiwut at a meeting last week, says he would discuss with House Speaker Chuan Leekpai on whether or not to […]

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Indonesia calls for tougher sentences in child abuses as cases rise

The judiciary of Indonesia was slammed by right groups when a 10-year jail term was sentenced to a 37 year old Christian priest Benyamin Sitepu, the principal of Galilea Hosana School in Medan, who was accused of sexually assaulting six students under his care. The families were disappointed with the verdict by the Medan District Court as Sitepu did not receive the maximum sentence as he was given a lighter sentence since he had already apologised for his actions and signed a settlement deal with the families of two of the victims. A human rights lawyer in Medan who represented […]

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African Swine Fever reported at three pig farms in Prachuap Khiri Khan

Provincial livestock authorities in Prachuap Khiri Khan discovered three pig farms in Muang and Thap Sakae districts were infected with African Swine Fever. The reports come in the midst of a pork price crisis said to be driven by an outbreak of the highly contagious and deadly viral disease of pigs. 117 pigs from the three farms altogether had to be slaughtered and buried to limit the virus from spreading. If farms with fewer than 50 pigs were found to be infected, all the pigs would be slaughtered. For larger farms, only pigs in the pens infected by the virus […]

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Thailand News Today | Talks of insurance coverage for asymptomatic travellers

In today’s news, more talks on insurance coverage for asymptomatic travelers. Meanwhile, Thailand and Saudi Arabia trying to renew their relations after 3 decades of frostiness, and the latest talks on legalizing e-cigarettes in Thailand. All this is coming up in today’s program. You’re watching Thailand News Today, bringing you the top headlines in Thailand and beyond. And in today’s news,  The Thai government wants to offer more Covid insurance options to foreign tourists whose own insurance does not cover hospital or hotel isolation in cases of asymptomatic infection.  The governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand says officials are […]

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Woman kidnapped from hotel quarantine allegedly by men posing as police officers

A woman infected with Covid-19 was allegedly kidnapped from a quarantine hotel in Bangkok by a group of men posing as police officers. The 55 year old father file a report with police on Saturday, claiming that his 23 year old daughter was kidnapped from a hotel quarantine by a group of men claiming to be police. Apparently, one of the suspects had fallen in love with the woman, but she decided to step away after finding out that this man was hot-tempered, according to reports in Thai media. The woman tested positive for Covid-19 on January 15 and went […]

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32 public toilets at Bali Hai Pier in Pattaya will be ready by this April

The Deputy City Mayor of Pattaya told Thai media that 32 public toilets at Bali Hai Pier will be finished and ready to use by April, admitting that construction for the 5 million baht restroom project had fallen a bit behind schedule. Deputy mayor Pattana Boonsawat told Thai media that the construction of the toilets fell behind schedule due to some problems with the water system. Underground pipes of wires and water were over 18 years old, so the contractor have to plan carefully. Once the underground system is set, the building process should finish up fairly quickly, the deputy […]

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Samsung removes ad in Singapore of drag queen hugging Muslim mother

Following the outcry from socially conservative groups, South Korean electronics giant Samsung has withdrawn its online advertisement in Singapore that portrayed a hijab-wearing Muslim mom hugging her drag queen son. The ad from Samsung’s “Listen to Your Heart” promotion was allegedly accused of violating homosexuality and transgenderism by promoting wearable devices like noise-cancelling headphones and smartwatches that highlighted the mother’s loving bond with her cross-dressing son. One organisation called it “an unfortunate attempt to push the LGBT ideology into a largely conservative Muslim community”. Another criticism pointed out the ad’s message of infinite openness and its potentially harmful impact on […]

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American retail giant Walmart shows interest in Laos

Walmart might be moving to Laos. An American multinational retail conglomerate, best known for its hypermarket and grocery store chains across the States, has shown its interest in Laos as a group of Lao-Americans met yesterday, including the Lao Overseas Affairs Department and the Lao National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LNCCI), to discuss investment in Laos. The team, led by Lao-American businesswoman Supha Xayprasith-Mays from the Walmart group, arrived in Laos to promote business between the two countries and reportedly met with Oudet Souvannavong, President of the LNCCI, to explore ideas and the prospects for American corporations to invest in […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
What will your 2022 story be?
We all love stories. Stories touch us more than logic or facts. They show us what is possible and what success looks like, much more powerfully than any other medium. They stay in our memory longer.
Crypto meltdown erases $1 trillion in value
Bitcoin has now shed more than 50% from its record high in November while adding further momentum to the latest meltdown in cryptocurrencies.
Buddhist monk who brought mindfulness to West dies in Vietnam
HANOI: One of the world's most influential Buddhist monks, Thich Nhat Hanh, died in Vietnam Saturday at age 95, his Zen teaching organisation said in a statement posted to the peace activist's Twitter account.
Free counselling for foreign retirees
Thailand is stepping up its assistance for foreign retirees and their Thai spouses by providing free counselling on inheritance and other legal issues under international laws.
Foreign property lures are rejected
The Centre for Economic Situation Administration (CESA) chaired by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Friday put the brakes on proposals to increase foreign ownership quotas for condominiums from 49% and expand property leasehold rights for foreigners from 30 years to 50 years.
Pork raids target cold storage facilities
Authorities raided refrigerated warehouses in several provinces on Friday as part of a crackdown on the hoarding of pork amid shortages that have sent prices soaring.
Our bloated bureaucracy bodes only ill
The government has grown ever larger over the past decade. The fact would be hailed as positive news if the affairs of governance were a private enterprise.
PM upbeat despite threat of new party
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha vowed not to give up fighting for the good of the country on Friday amid speculation that he would face growing political pressure following the departure of 21 MPs led by Capt Thamanat Prompow from the ruling Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP).
Rock icon Meat Loaf dies at 74
The American singer and actor Meat Loaf, famous for his rock anthem Bat Out of Hell, part of one of the best-selling albums of all time, has died at age 74.
Two oil majors to exit Myanmar
The oil majors TotalEnergies and Chevron Corp, partners in a major gas project in Myanmar, have decided to withdraw from the country, they said on Friday, citing the worsening humanitarian situation following last year’s coup.
 
 
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Legalisation of household cannabis, limited recreational use
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) drafted a bill to legalise the household cultivation and consumption of cannabis and its recreational use in some locations.
Police who killed nurse enters monkhood
A crowd control policeman who hit and killed a woman doctor with his Ducati Monster motorcycle last Friday has entered monkhood to make merit for his victim.
Bitcoin tumbling below $34,000
The selloff in cryptocurrencies gained new momentum on Monday, with Bitcoin tumbling to a six-month low and other tokens seeing big losses.
NATO sending planes, ships to eastern Europe
NATO allies have put forces on standby and sent ships and fighter jets to bolster Europe's eastern defences as tensions soar over Russia's military buildup around Ukraine, the alliance said Monday.
Woman lured into opening bank accounts, now suspect in fraud cases
BURI RAM: A 23-year-old woman named a co-suspect in six fraud cases totalling 3 million baht says she was conned into opening bank accounts for the swindlers, believing she was getting a job at a casino in Poipet.
Phuket woos Thais unable to go abroad
PHUKET: Desperate for tourists, this holiday island is targeting Thais with an urge to travel but unable to go overseas because of Covid-19.
2 US carriers enter S. China Sea to 'counter malign influence'
TAIPEI: Two US aircraft carrier groups have entered the disputed South China Sea for training, the Department of Defense said on Monday in what a senior commander said was to reassure allies and demonstrate resolve to "counter malign influence".
Ducati cop who killed doctor faces 7 charges
The Metropolitan Police Bureau has laid seven charges against the policeman who hit and killed a woman doctor with his Ducati Monster motorcycle on Friday.
China lifts Xi'an lockdown as Beijing virus fight ramps up
BEIJING: One of China's longest coronavirus lockdowns since the start of the pandemic came to an end on Monday as authorities announced the lifting of most restrictions in the northern megacity of Xi'an.
Vietnam further eases entry rules for some foreign travellers
Some foreigners and Vietnamese living abroad no longer need written permission from Vietnamese authorities to enter the country as the government gradually eases travel restrictions.
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