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Phuket News
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Phuket candidates for OrBorTor elections, Teacher accused of sex abuse with students |:| October 19
PHUKET XTRA - October 19 || Brought to you by @PVC Phuket Phuket candidates register for OrBorTor election |:| Phuket COVID Update |:| Teacher accused of sexual abuse, local Phang Nga chief faces 50 years |:| B17mn Chanthaburi fraud nets 4 suspects Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket #PhuketNews #Thailand
Power outage to affect Thepkrasattri
PHUKET: The Thalang branch of the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced work to improve high-voltage distribution that will affect the areas of Baan Bo-Kruat to Baan Khuan in Moo 1 of Thepkrasattri Sub-district tomorrow (Oct 20).
Tourism operators downbeat on domestic travel sentiment
BANGKOK: Tourism operators anticipate lukewarm travel sentiment as concerns over COVID-19 and weak purchasing power remain key obstacles for domestic trips despite the subsidy generating an additional two million room nights.
Phuket candidates register for OrBorTor election
PHUKET: A total of 17 candidates have registered their intent to vie for the seats as chiefs of the five Tambon Administration Organisations (OrBorTor) in Phuket in the upcoming elections to be held on Nov 28.
Online bank fraud faces probe
BANGKOK: Police are stepping up their investigations after it was revealed about 40,000 people had lost at least B10 million as a result of unauthorised online transactions.
‘No need to halt’ boosters for Sinovac, says Anutin
BANGKOK: There currently is no reason for not giving a booster dose to someone already fully inoculated with the Sinovac vaccine, Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul.
Phuket marks 140 new COVID cases, three more deaths
PHUKET: The latest Phuket Provincial Public Health Office (PPHO) daily COVID situation report has marked 140 new local infections confirmed across the island yesterday (Oct 18) bringing the total number of people recognised as infected with COVID-19 in Phuket since Apr 3 to 14,045.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Domestic travel to Phuket on the rise? No more Sinovac in Thailand |:| October 18
PHUKET XTRA - October 18 || Brought to you by @PVC Phuket Phuket Covid update |:| Deep South now epicentre of Covid |:| Checkpoint busy after requirements eased |:| No more Sinovac in Thailand |:| B30mn for dangerous curve in Wichit Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket #PhuketNews #Thailand
Power outage to affect Patong
PHUKET: The Patong branch of the Provincial electricity Authority (PEA) has announced a scheduled power outage affecting key areas in Patong tomorrow (Oct 19) as workers upgrade and repair high-voltage power cables.
Myanmar to free 5,000 jailed anti-coup protesters
YANGON: Myanmar will release more than 5,000 people jailed for protesting against the February coup which ousted the civilian government, the country’s junta chief said today (Oct 18).
 
Thaiger
Thailand News Today | Thailand says no to Sinovac, anutin stands by booster vax, Burmese junta takes a u-turn | Oct. 19

Jett goes through all the top headlines across Thailand that include: The Public Health Minister is standing by its booster vaccine policy despite some people still waiting for their first dose. A Thai virologist has thrown his support behind the new oral covid pill, and robots reading the news?

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Covid-19 Tuesday: 9,122 new cases, 71 deaths, port of entry data

Today, the CCSA reported 9,122 new Covid-19 infections, down 989 since yesterday. They also reported 71 new deaths, which is up by 8 from yesterday. Since April 1, when the most recent wave of infections began, there have been a total of 1,802,934 reported cases of Covid-19 in Thailand, with 18,407 deaths.     Today the Thai Department of Disease Control also reported a total of 10,731 recoveries, which is up by 119 from yesterday. There are now 105,546 people receiving medical treatment for Covid-19 related issues. The total cumulative number of vaccinations in Thailand as of today is 65,592,321. […]

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Thai culture, tourism, Thailand pass, chit chat | Thaiger Bites | Ep. 41

Jay and Tim go through viewer comments from our Youtube shows, Facebook, Instagram and the Thaiger talk forum as they have a little chit chat.

The story Thai culture, tourism, Thailand pass, chit chat | Thaiger Bites | Ep. 41 as seen on Thaiger News.


Arrest made for the 14 year old murder of pregnant girl

An arrest was finally made for the murder of a pregnant girl that happened 14 years ago. This case has been cold since the murder was committed in 2007, and the fugitive has been on the run ever since. But yesterday the suspect was finally tracked down and arrested in the remote Northeastern Loei province. Police from the Crime Suppression Division arrested 65-year old Surachart Khonkhaeng for the murder of a 14 year old girl that happened over a decade ago. A warrant with his name had been issued by the Talingchan Court in Bangkok on June 21, 2007. Central […]

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Cyber fraud case renews talks over the safety of online banking

After at least 40,000 people in Thailand were victims of online banking cyber fraud, the Cyber Crime Investigation Bureau is renewing talks over the safety of such online transactions. The losses recently incurred by those using online banking are thought to be over 10 million baht after hackers stole credit and debit card information. Kornchai Klayklueng, the commissioner of the CCIB, says the initial investigation revealed that hackers possibly used 3 channels to steal such information. The channels included: sending SMS to trick people into giving out their personal information, card holders who had linked their bank accounts with online […]

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Myanmar’s junta government releases prisoners, cancels arrest warrants

In the wake of ASEAN recently announcing it would exclude Myanmar’s representatives from future summits, Myanmar’s junta government made the move to release prisoners. The government is also cancelling arrest warrants for thousands of its people after making the announcement yesterday. The statement said that 1,316 people in detention will be released and that 4,320 cases will be dropped. Citing the 505(a) clause, the government’s move is thought to be in response to ASEAN’s decision. Many high-profile individuals that were involved in the anti-junta protests will now be released, including 24 people from the entertainment industry. At least 2 journalists […]

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North Korea continues testing ballistic missiles

The South Korean military reported that North Korea is continuing their testing of ballistic missiles. Today, the North fired a missile from land into the Sea of Japan to the East of the country. This act is only the latest transgression, in a series of many, amidst escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula.  Seoul’s Joint Chief of Staff reported that an “unidentified ballistic missile” was fired from near the city of Sinpo, and that South Korean and American intelligence agencies were closely analysing the event to get as many details as possible. The President of South Korea also convened a […]

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No more Sinovac, Thailand pass details, BKK airport expansion | Good Morning Thailand | Ep. 112

In today’s episode Jay and Tim talk about the differences between the Thailand pass and the COE, Suvarnabhumi airport expansion, the government will not use Sinovac vaccine after this month and updates on Boss red bull and Myanmar tourism.

The story No more Sinovac, Thailand pass details, BKK airport expansion | Good Morning Thailand | Ep. 112 as seen on Thaiger News.


Virtual influencers a rising force in Thailand

Thailand’s virtual influencer marketing niche is expected to increase even more in value this year, as one network says it could account for 9.1% of online media spending. Mindshare, a leading marketing and media network that is under the media agency Group M, says the percentage is equal to around 2.1 billion baht of the 23 billion baht expected for this year’s online media spending. As influencer marketing’s value is expected to hit US $13.8 billion globally in 2021, the projected increase is over US $4 billion more than last year’s. Pusson Swatdikiat, director for strategic planning at Mindshare, says […]

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Thailand Top Stories | Police investigate online bank fraud, BKK airport expansion | October 19

Natty gives us a quick update on the national Covid-19 situation as well as the top headlines in Thailand and around the region: Police investigating online bank fraud, Suvarnabhumi airport expanding its runway, New Covid-19 vaccine cocktail mix, Myanmar pardoning over 5000 prisoners

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
70% of population in Bangkok now fully vaccinated
Seventy percent of the population in Bangkok -- 5.43 million people -- have so far received a second dose of Covid-19 vaccine.
Banks: Fraudulent online transactions not from leaked bank information
The Bank of Thailand and the Thai Bankers’ Association said on Tuesday the series of fraudulent online transactions reported by tens of thousands of account holders was not a result of a leak of information from the banking system.
Helping managers manage in a hybrid world
As organisational leaders, it is important to remember we are not just managers of managers but also responsible for helping our managers and team leaders evolve with the changing times. If we do not do this, the people we need to lead transformation can become barriers to transformation themselves.
Asean bars Myanmar junta chief from summit
The head of Myanmar’s military junta will be excluded from an upcoming Asean summit, the group said on Saturday, a rare rebuke as concerns rise over the military government’s commitment to defusing a bloody crisis.
10,648 new Covid cases, 82 deaths
Thailand logged 10,648 new Covid-19 cases and 82 new fatalities during the previous 24 hours, the Public Health Ministry announced on Saturday morning.
PM hails arrival of Russell Crowe, film crew
The arrival of Hollywood star Russell Crowe to make a movie in Thailand, and his tweeted pictures and messages about Thais, the food and scenery brought pride to the nation, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha declared on Friday.
Distressed debt guarantor offers to sell family's eyes, kidneys
A local government employee has offered to sell his family's eyes and kidneys to raise money after his house and land were seized because he went guarantor for a friend's purchase of a farm tractor.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Tradition vs credibility: Inside the SE Asian meet that snubbed Myanmar
Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore pushed for a harder stance against Myanmar junta leader Min Aung Hlaing at a "tense" meeting that decided to exclude him from a regional summit this month, four people with knowledge of the talks said.
Police arrest couple over heroin haul
A Hong Kong resident and his Thai wife have been arrested in Chon Buri over their alleged involvement with an international drug-smuggling ring based in Hong Kong.
Cops nab 93 revellers for pub boozing
City police raided a restaurant in a shopping mall in Pathumwan district on Monday and arrested 93 party-goers who had allegedly been served alcoholic drinks.
Baby jumbo killed in multi-vehicle pile-up
PRACHIN BURI: A male baby elephant was hit and killed in a multiple-vehicle crash on a road through a forest in Sri Maha Phot district early on Monday evening, according to local police.
70% of population in Bangkok now fully vaccinated
Seventy percent of the population in Bangkok -- 5.43 million people -- have so far received a second dose of Covid-19 vaccine.
Khon Kaen Covid-cluster factories sealed tight
KHON KAEN: Strict bubble and seal measures have been imposed on factories in Khon Kaen province with clusters of Covid-19 infections, a major fishing net factory and workplaces with migrant labour, and a prison.
Bitcoin on cusp of all-time high ahead of futures ETF listing
LONDON/SINGAPORE: Bitcoin hit a six-month high and was within striking distance of its all-time peak on Tuesday as traders bet an anticipated listing of a futures-based US exchange-traded fund could herald investment flows into cryptocurrencies.
Bangladesh arrests hundreds for violence against Hindus
NEW DELHI: Bangladeshi police said on Tuesday that 450 people had been arrested in the Muslim-majority nation after attacks against Hindus in some of the worst such unrest for over a decade.
Diesel may be capped at B30, but not truckers' B25, says minister
The price of diesel could be capped at 30 baht a litre at the pump, but not the 25 baht demanded by truckers, Energy Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow said on Tuesday.
Banks: Fraudulent online transactions not from leaked bank information
The Bank of Thailand and the Thai Bankers’ Association said on Tuesday the series of fraudulent online transactions reported by tens of thousands of account holders was not a result of a leak of information from the banking system.
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