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Phuket News
World economies brace for virus impact, to cost global tourism at least $22bn
WORLD: The deadly coronavirus epidemic will cost world tourism at least US$22 billion owing to a drop in spending by Chinese tourists, the head of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTCC) said Thursday (Feb 27).
Governor unveils statue of Phuket Town founding father
PHUKET: Phuket Governor Phakaphong Tavipatana together with a host of local officials yesterday (Feb 28) joined a ceremony to unveil a statue honouring the founding father of Phuket Town, Phraya Wichit Songkham.
Students risk being tools of politicians, say experts
BANGKOK: Students at anti-government rallies risk becoming a tool of politicians who are seeking ways to attack the Prayut Chan-o-cha administration, according to some political scientists and pundits.
Berlin ITB travel fair cancelled over coronavirus fears: organisers
GERMANY: Organisers of the ITB travel trade fair in Berlin, billed as the world’s biggest, said Friday they were cancelling next week’s event in the German capital over coronavirus fears.
The Long Run: Water-saving measures rolled out to make reserves last as long as possible
PHUKET: Phuket Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) Chief Graisorn Mahamad is urging all people across central and northern Phuket to conserve as much water as they can. The call comes as dwindling reserves start to dry up and drastic water-saving measures are leaving large populated areas without any tap water at all.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Deadly airport cabbie still driving! 41st Thai virus patient? Head swap ’outrage’? || February 28
PHUKET XTRA - February 28 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Killer airport cabbie still driving! |:| Tour guide 41st Thai virus patient |:| Outrage over rocks graffiti |:| Complaints over heroine’s head swap |:| Crash and burn driver |:| Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Mains water supply outage in Wichit
PHUKET: The Phuket Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) has announced that the mains water supply will be shut-off in Wichit on Tuesday (Mar 3).
Students donate trolleys to help Rassada residents during water shortage
PHUKET: Residents of Rassada who have been struggling through the water shortage have received a lift as students from Phuket Technical College (PTC) donated 20 trolleys to help them transport their water supplies.
Outrage as tourist leaves his mark on Nai Thon rocks
PHUKET: A tourist has been lambasted for graffiting a section of rocks at Nai Thon beach which went viral over social media yesterday (Feb 27) and alerted police to the crime.
Thai tour guide is 41st virus patient
THAILAND: A Thai tour guide who returned recently from South Korea is the latest local novel coronavirus patient, raising the number of local confirmed cases to 41.
 
The Thaiger
South Korea virus cases skyrocket, approaching 3000

The World Health Organization has raised its risk alert to its highest level, as South Korea confirmed 594 more coronavirus (COVID-19) cases today, its biggest single-day increase, bringing the national total to 2,931. Three additional deaths were also reported. The Korean Centres for Disease Control and Prevention say that more than 90% of the new […]

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World’s largest travel fair, ITB, cancelled in Berlin

Organisers of the world’s biggest travel expo, the ITB travel trade fair in Berlin, have cancelled the event over coronavirus fears. 160,000 visitors were expected to attend this year’s event. “We take our responsibility for the security and the health of our guests, exhibitors and employees very seriously. It is with a heavy heart that we […]

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Chiang Rai village leader kills and cuts up his mother after raping daughter

An assistant village leader in Chiang Rai has been arrested and charged with dismembering his own mother in a fit of anger. Investigators say the mother had threatened to tell police that the 35 year old man had raped his teenage daughter. The man was the assistant head of the Hua Wiang village in Wiang […]

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Coronavirus UPDATE: China cases ease, concerts and events cancelled worldwide

The total confirmed cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) is now 85,207, with 2,924 people having succumbed to the disease. 39,495 people have fully recovered, approaching 50% of total cases. In Thailand there remains 41 confirmed cases with 28 people listed as “recovered”. Regions around central South Korea remain a hotzone with 2,931 cases now reported, resulting in 16 […]

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Thailand News Today, February 28, 2020. Daily TV news update.

Shots fired in Nontha Buri mall There was another gunman alert in a Bangkok mall yesterday afternoon…. Police rushed to the Central Plaza mall in Nontha Buri province, just northwest of Bangkok after reports of gunshots inside the mall around 4:20 yesterday afternoon. There were no reports of death or injuries. A suspect was arrested […]

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A breathtaking travel experience in Thailand is only available for few more days

Thailand, the land of smiles, is well known for its travel destinations and experiences, from unique cuisine to white sand beaches, from elephant camps to breathtaking views. But ironically, one of the best lookout spots in Thailand is also one of the most exclusive. An incredible hike lets tourists enjoy some of the best views […]

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Thai minister Thammanat Prompao tells parliament he “never pled guilty” or “served time” over heroin drug charges

The Thai deputy agriculture minister Thammanat Prompao has re-ignited the controversy over his drug convictions in Australia by continuing to insist he “never pled guilty or served jail time for drug charges in Australia”. His claims are contrary to the evidence provided by the Australian courts. The ministers’s denial follows the disbanded Future Forward Party publishing […]

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Court upholds Australian’s death sentence for methamphetamine smuggling

On Wednesday the Region 2 Provincial Court of Appeals in Rayong province, near Pattaya, upheld the conviction and death sentence of Australian Luke Joshua Cook, his Thai wife Kanyarat Wediphitak and a Californian man, Tyler Gerard. All three were arrested in December 2017 on multiple criminal charges, of which the formal accusation was “the failed […]

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PM, cabinet members win confidence vote in Parliament

After four days of debate, and vicious attacks from the opposition, Thailand’s PM Prayut Chan-o-cha and five of his Cabinet easily won a vote of confidence from the House of Representatives this morning. MPs of the Pheu Thai Party, the largest opposition party, who walked out of the chamber near the end of the debate […]

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Legend Siam, major Pattaya tourist attraction, closes its doors

The Legend Siam, a major cultural amusement park in Pattaya with shows and cultural attractions about Thailand, has closed and laid off all workers. A statement yesterday said the move was due to the current economic situation in Thailand caused by the coronavirus outbreak. The announcement, in English, read: “Due to the economy in Thailand […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
US-Asean summit postponed on virus fears
WASHINGTON: The United States has decided to postpone a meeting with leaders of Southeast Asian countries it had planned to host on March 14 due to worries about the coronavirus outbreak, two US officials familiar with the matter said on Friday.
Trade exhibitions shuttered by outbreak
Trade exhibitions, once a growth driver for tourism, are in retreat as events are cancelled or postponed in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Boost govt image, PM told
A group of Democrat Party MPs targeting Deputy Agriculture Minister Thamanat Prompow, who won the fewest votes in Friday's no-confidence vote, said Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha must work on improving the government's image.
Germany quarantines 1,000, stocks tumble: Virus update
Germany quarantined about 1,000 people, Switzerland banned big events, while Britain and Netherlands reported new cases. South Korea revealed 571 more coronavirus infections and Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country, confirmed the first infection south of the Sahara desert.
TEST YOURSELF: Chiang Mai celebration
It's been a long road to freely celebrating Chiang Mai Pride 2020
Thai tour guide 41st virus patient
A Thai tour guide who returned recently from South Korea is the latest local novel coronavirus patient, raising the number of local confirmed cases to 41.
PM, ministers survive censure debate
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and five other cabinet ministers have survived the no-confidence motion even though two of them were not grilled during the four-day debate.
MTS says gold primed for takeoff
The domestic gold price could spike to 27,500 baht per baht-weight over the next six months, fuelled by growing risk-off sentiment, the weakening baht and coronavirus concerns, says MTS Gold Global Trading.
School to shut over virus fear
The Office of Private Education Commission (Opec) has ordered the closure of an international school in Don Muang district as a precautionary measure after learning that more than 500 students and teachers had returned from a country hit by Covid-19.
Tourism sector scrambles for virus support
Tourism businesses have been knocked comatose by the virus panic spreading around the country, while the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) cut its estimate for international arrivals to 33 million in 2020.
 
NationThailand.com - News
Hong Kong reports pet dog with low-level infection
A pet dog in Hong Kong has tested positive for the Covid-19 virus, though the infection is mild, the territory’s Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department announced on Friday (February 28).
Thai tour guide becomes 41st virus victim on return from S Korea
A 25-year-old Thai man who guided compatriots on tours of South Korea has been confirmed as the 41st confirmed victim of the Covid-19 virus in this country.
PM promises 50 per cent reduction in Army generals
Thailand’s military is being reformed to reduce corruption among military commanders, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Thursday (February 27).
Easy win for PM, Cabinet members in voting after censure debate
Members of the House of Representatives gave overwhelming support to Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and his Cabinet on Friday (February 28) after a vote of confidence was held on the premier and five ministers following a four-day censure debate from February 24-27.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
New centre to help seize ill-gotten drug gang gains
The Justice Ministry has set up a new centre to seize drug-related assets as part of an effort to stamp out drug syndicates.
US-Asean summit postponed on virus fears
WASHINGTON: The United States has decided to postpone a meeting with leaders of Southeast Asian countries it had planned to host on March 14 due to worries about the coronavirus outbreak, two US officials familiar with the matter said on Friday.
Korea reports 594 more virus cases, total 2,931
South Korea confirmed 594 more coronavirus cases on Saturday, the biggest increase to date for the country and taking the national total to 2,931 infections with three additional deaths.
Volkswagen unleashes three go-faster Golfs
Trio includes petrol GTI and diesel GTD, plus plug-in hybrid GTE.
Vendor nabbed for overpriced masks
A vendor was arrested on Friday for selling face masks at an inflated price during a check on shops in the Government Complex after authorities received complaints.
Trade exhibitions shuttered by outbreak
Trade exhibitions, once a growth driver for tourism, are in retreat as events are cancelled or postponed in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
CSD to wrap up Banyin murder probe next week
The Crime Suppression Division (CSD) expects to wrap up an investigation into the killing of the brother of a senior judge by next week, saying the police team probing the case had secured solid evidence to have the six suspects, including former deputy commerce minister Pol Lt Col Banyin Tangpakorn, prosecuted.
Crisis has markets pleading for stability support
A panic-selling spree ignited by mounting coronavirus infections across the globe caused another free fall for Thailand's stock market, prompting consultants to urge the Finance Ministry to rethink expired tax deduction privileges for long-term equity funds (LTFs) and help stabilise market conditions.
Students risk being tools of politicians, say experts
Students at anti-government rallies risk becoming a tool of politicians who are seeking ways to attack the Prayut Chan-o-cha administration, according to some political scientists and pundits.
Boost govt image, PM told
A group of Democrat Party MPs targeting Deputy Agriculture Minister Thamanat Prompow, who won the fewest votes in Friday's no-confidence vote, said Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha must work on improving the government's image.
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