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Phuket News
Motorcyclists seriously injured in U-turn collision
PHUKET: An accident between a car and a motorbike at a U-turn in Thalang has left two people seriously injured.
Myanmar worker fatally stabs colleague following argument
PHUKET: Police have charged a man for the fatal stabbing of a fellow Myanmar national in Thalang on Friday (May 24).
HM the King donates 1.2 tons of pet food to Phuket shelter
PHUKET: His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn on Thursday (May 23) donated a large amount of pet food and supplies to Phuket Stray Dog Shelter in Thalang.
New president takes reins at PREA
PHUKET: Phattanan Pisutwimol has been inducted as the new President of the Phuket Real Estate Association (PREA). Mr Phanthanun is the Managing Director of Phuket Goldenville Caps Property Co Ltd, which is the developer of the series of Phuket Goldenville developments across the island. He is also an executive member of Phuket City Development Co Ltd (PKCD), a consortium of local businesses focussed on development projects in line with government policy intiatives.
Facial recognition leads to fake-passport arrest
A foreigner carrying a fake Malaysian passport was arrested with $500,000 (B15.9 million) at Suvarnabhumi airport on Friday morning (May 24) in the first passport-fraud arrest based on biometric facial recognition.
Operators see potential in tourist tax
Tourism operators have embraced the imminent tourism tax but vow to monitor the issue closely to ensure that levy collection will not have a negative impact on tourism.
Marine Rangers: DMCR calls for volunteers to help protect marine treasures
PHUKET: The Department of Marine and Coastal Resources (DMCR) is calling for people – Thai or foreign – to volunteer as “Marine Rangers” in order to protect coral reefs and other coastal areas, including mangroves, from damage by irresponsible tour operators or other unscrupulous parties.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Tourism tax on the table? New government coming soon? Death in military compound! || May 24
PHUKET XTRA - May 24 Soldier dies in military compound |:| Close to forming new government? |:| Tourism tax on the table! |:| Court suspends tycoon from MP |:| Buried items declared items of national heritage Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Truck driver dodges charge for dangerous load as 33 tons of rice flip semi-trailer onto its side
PHUKET: The driver of a fully-loaded semi-trailer has escaped any charges for a dangerous incident that truck and trailer, full loaded with rice, flip onto its side beside the bypass road yesterday afternoon (May 23).
Police load up charges against axe-weilding road-rage ambulance attackers
PHUKET: Phuket Provincial Police have ramped up the charges against the two men arrested for the road-rage attack on an ambulance on the bypass road on Monday (May 20), in which the assailants attacked the emergency vehicle with an axe.
 
The Thaiger
Thailand’s hero of the day: Phitsanulok big-biker ‘Tik’

PHOTO: Itthiphon ‘Tik’ Petchphibunpong – Daily News Kudos to Mr Big Bike, as he’s been nicknamed, the hero of the moment, who took matters into hand to help a family needing urgent help and was stuck in traffic in Phitsanulok in northern Thailand. 28 year old ‘Tik’, aka. Itthiphon Petchphibunpong, was riding his bike in […]

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Bali flights cancelled as Mount Agung stirs again

Mount Agung, Bali’s active volcano, has erupted again, spewing ash and hot lava that ran down 3 km from the crater, causing authorities to cancel flights in and out of Denpasar. Indonesia’s Center of Volcanology and Geological Disaster Mitigation (PVMBG) says the eruption was recorded at 19:30 Central Indonesian Time (WITA) and lasted for 4 […]

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Top 10 hard truths of living as an expat in Thailand

There will be bumps along the way between your visits to the beach, bar and immigration office (sometimes the bumps will be at the beach, bar and immigration office). Expat life is what you make of it here in the Land of Smiles. Moaning about it never helps but accepting the bumps is part of […]

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25 workers injured after container explosion at Laem Chabang Port

At least 25 port workers have been injured and locals evacuated after an explosion in a container on a ship at dock at the Laem Chabang Port in Chon Buri, east of Bangkok, this morning. Laem Chabang’s port director Vice Admiral Yutthana Mokkhao says an urgent investigation is being undertaken to determine the contents of […]

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Tourist arrivals up, but Chinese down. April 2019 tourist numbers.

The Thai sports and tourism ministry reports that Thailand saw a 3.31% rise in total tourist arrivals in April compared to a year earlier, after a 0.69% decline in March. 3.2 million tourists in April spent about 164 billion baht ($5.15 billion), which is up 3.9% from the month of April in 2018. But visitors […]

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Incomes on the rise for Thai expats

“The Thai economy has continued to see an upward trend in recent years, with a steady and sustained increase in overseas business…” The pay and benefits packages of expats in Thailand has seen a major increase, with the overall package of an average overseas worker increasing by US$27,917, according to a new survey. Lee Quane […]

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80 year old Malaysian tourist dies during Thai massage in Songkhla

PHOTO: Thai Rath A tourist has died during a ‘traditional Thai’ massage in a hotel in Sadao, in the southern province of Songkhla, just across the border from Malaysia. Pol Lt Thanatsak of the Sadao police found the 80 year old Malaysian man dead in his hotel room. He was laying on his bed and clothed […]

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“Nothing but rude Indians, Chinese and Arabs” – Pattaya locals go feral online

“Where are all the nice ones – like Americans – who spend cash and behave well!?” PHOTO: Sophon Cable Sophon Cable TV on Facebook has quoted the head of the Eastern Seaboard Hotel Association, Sanpetch Supphabowonsathian, saying advance bookings for this high season in Pattaya showed a 5-10% increase on last year. But as the local […]

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Motorbike rider dies near Rama 5 bridge in Nonthaburi

PHOTOS: Sanook A motorbike rider has died following an incident near the Rama 5 road bridge in Nonthaburi yesterday. The Honda CBR 650 was unrecognisable following the crash, both wheels had been ripped off in the collision. An orange bike helmet was on the road nearby. The head of the rider was found some distance away. The […]

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Dinosaur footprints found in north-eastern national park

PHOTO: Thai PBS Footprints from a dinosaur that inhabited north-eastern Thailand 140 million years ago, have been discovered in the north-east. About a dozen of the footprints are thought to be from a Theropod dinosaur which existed on Earth during the Cretaceous period which stretched from 146 to 65 million years ago. Thai PBS reports […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Democrat veteran Chuan named House speaker
Chuan Leekpai of the Democrat Party has been chosen as the Speaker of the House of Representatives, beating Sompong Amornvivat of Pheu Thai in a 258-235 vote, with one abstention.
Microparty leader 'cursed' for comments about school
PHITSANULOK: The head of one of the 11 “microparties” supporting the regime-backed coalition has managed to offend two of his former schools in one week, resulting in alumni of one school placing a curse on him.
Sri Racha 'danger zone' after ship bursts into flames
CHON BURI: Sri Racha district has been declared a danger zone after a large cargo ship burst into flames following a loud bang from one of its containers at Laem Chabang port around dawn, resulting in dozens of people being treated in hospital.
Thanathorn officially ceases duty after being sworn in
Future Forward Party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit officially ceased his MP duties by the order of the Constitutional Court, minutes after being sworn in on Saturday.
Thais could gain from US tariffs
Thailand is expected to gain more than it loses if the US slaps tariffs of up to 25% on an additional list of Chinese imports worth US$300 billion, according to a study by the Commerce Ministry's planning unit.
Operators see potential in tourism levy
Tourism operators have embraced the imminent tourism tax but vow to monitor the issue closely to ensure that levy collection will not have a negative impact on tourism.
Thailand aim to tame China
Thailand take on 10-time champions China in the semi-finals of the Sudirman Cup mixed-team world championship in Nanning on Saturday.
New Rail Dept has a very long journey ahead
More than 120 years since the nation's first railway was built, 20 years after the the BTS Skytrain's launch and 15 years after the MRT subway's birth, the Rail Department, a state body to oversee all rail transport operators, has finally come to life.
BEC upbeat as operating costs fall after licences returned
SET-listed BEC World Plc (BEC), the operator of Channel 3, expects to turn a corner by early next year as operating costs dip after returning two digital channel licences this year, says its newly appointed head.
Festival of tradition honours King
Bangkok nights are filled with joy as Mahorasop Sompoch performances are staged at Sanam Luang, during a week of festivities to celebrate the coronation of King Rama X on May 4.
 
NationMultimedia.com
Chuan elected speaker of lower house on dramatic day
Democrat patriarch and party-list MP Chuan Leekpai was elected the speaker of the House of Representatives on Saturday, after much wrangling between the pro- and anti-junta blocs.
Update: No evidence of dangerous chemicals at port blaze site
Preliminary investigations have not found any toxic chemicals at Laem Chabang Port, which suffered a disruption due to a fire on Saturday morning, the director of Thailand Port Authority, Kamolsak Phromprayoon, said.
Trump arrives for sumo summit with Abe
Tokyo - US President Donald Trump arrived in Japan Saturday for a four-day state visit likely to be dominated by warm words and friendly images, but relatively light on substantive progress over trade.
Close encounters? SpaceX satellites spark Dutch UFO frenzy
The Hague - A Dutch website set up to record UFO sightings was flooded early Saturday with reports after a "train of stars" was spotted crossing the Netherlands' skies, sparking fears of an alien invasion.
Mount Agung eruption disrupts Australian flights
Mount Agung's eruption on Friday night disrupted a number of flights to and from Australia, even though it is not affecting the operations of Bali’s I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport. 
The yachting life for Thais
The beauty of these boats in that friends and family can enjoy complete privacy as they cruise
Girl, locked inside washing machine, freed by firemen
It is learnt that the girl was playing at a self-service laundrette in Taman Larkin Perdana here with her friends when the incident happened.
Indian police charge owners as school fire toll hits 20
Surat, India - Indian police on Saturday charged the owners of a private school which turned into an inferno that killed 20 teenagers, some who died jumping from the building in a desperate bid to escape the flames, officials said.
AJI condemns police, public following violence against journalists during Jakarta riot
A local independent journalists association is condemning violence committed against journalists during post-election riots in Jakarta.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
China condemns Germany for sheltering HK activists
BEIJING: China has demanded that Germany correct its “mistakes” after it granted refugee status to two Hong Kong pro-independence activists facing rioting charges in the Chinese-ruled city, the state news agency Xinhua reported on Saturday.
Democrat veteran Chuan named House speaker
Chuan Leekpai of the Democrat Party has been chosen as the Speaker of the House of Representatives, beating Sompong Amornvivat of Pheu Thai in a 258-235 vote, with one abstention.
Man charged with strangling neighbour, burning body
SURAT THANI: A man has been arrested on charges of strangling an 18-year-old neigbhour to death and later setting fire to her body and her motorcycle in Kanchanadit district.
Trump woos Japanese investors
TOKYO: US President Donald Trump urged Japanese business leaders on Saturday to increase their investment in the United States, while saying that Japan had a substantial edge on trade that negotiators were trying to even out.
US military to analyse 350bn social media posts
The US military is preparing to analyse 350 billion social-media posts from around the world to help it track how popular movements evolve.
Bali volcano disrupts flights
JAKARTA: A volcano erupted on the Indonesian holiday island of Bali, causing some overnight flight cancellations to and from Australia as an ash cloud rose into the sky, officials said on Saturday.
China sweep Thailand from Sudirman Cup
NANNING, China: Hosts China closed in on an 11th Sudirman Cup title as they ruthlessly dismantled Thailand to reach Sunday’s final of the mixed-team badminton world championship.
Microparty leader 'cursed' for comments about school
PHITSANULOK: The head of one of the 11 “microparties” supporting the regime-backed coalition has managed to offend two of his former schools in one week, resulting in alumni of one school placing a curse on him.
Sri Racha 'danger zone' after ship bursts into flames
CHON BURI: Sri Racha district has been declared a danger zone after a large cargo ship burst into flames following a loud bang from one of its containers at Laem Chabang port around dawn, resulting in dozens of people being treated in hospital.
US judge deals blow to Trump's border wall plans
WASHINGTON: A US federal judge dealt a blow Friday to President Donald Trump's signature wall project, issuing a temporary injunction against using Defense Department funds to pay for barriers on the border with Mexico.
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