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Phuket News
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Mass of Meth found in Treadmills headed for Japan, Raids begin to crack down on illegal pesticides, Russian overstayer caught after 7 years and the political party looking to end conscription|| November 15
PHUKET XTRA - November 15 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com #PVCPhuket Treadmill Drug Bust |:| Government cracks down on banned pesticides |:| Russian blacklisted for seven year overstay |:| Budget airlines beg for tax break |:| FFP takes aim at end conscription
American escapee Bart Helmus pronounced dead
SA KAEO An American facing drug charges who shot himself and his Thai wife to avoid arrest after fleeing from Pattaya court last week was pronounced dead on Thursday.
Future Forward submits bill to end the draft
BANGKOK: Conscription will be replaced by voluntary recruitment, except during wartime, and recruits must not be treated as personal houseboys if the Future Forward Party has its way.
Korean tourists injured as airport van slams ‘out-of-control’ car
PHUKET: Three Korean tourists were injured early this morning when the passenger van that was taking them from Phuket International Airport to Patong slammed into a car that was out of control after hitting the central reservation on Thepkarsattri Rd.
MP Sira returns to Phuket over Kata condo saga
PHUKET: In Phuket yesterday to seek answers in the ongoing investigation into the construction of The Peaks Residences condo project on a steep hill overlooking Kata Noi Bay, Palang Pracharath Party Bangkok MP Sira Jenjaka was told to wait until today (Nov 15) for the provincial investigative committee to file its formal report.
Swiss man, 85, passes away on Phuket beach
PHUKET: An 85-year-old man walked out of his hotel at Mai Khao Beach yesterday afternoon, only for his body to be found soon after in shallow waters where the waves lapped against the shore some 500 metres from the resort where he was staying.
PM vows new tourism perks
BANGKOK: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha yesterday (Nov 14) confirmed that the government is set to revise the perks for investment in tourism and related services.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Paralegal puts down active shooter in courtroom, arrested for murder. Victory for Trans Chula students. Two taken in for violent break and enter || November 14
PHUKET XTRA - November 14 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Two arrested for brutal break and enter in Phuket |:| More road closures in town |:| Canal resurrection plans unveiled |:| Paralegal arrested for murder |:| Huge win for Trans students at Chulalongkorn
Russian-Swiss woman rescued at Patong Beach wakes from coma
PHUKET: The Russian-Swiss woman pulled from the water unconscious at Patong Beach early last Wednesday morning (Nov 6) has woken from her coma and today was transferred to Bangkok Hospital Phuket, confirmed Phuket Tourist Police this afternoon (Nov 14).
IUU-blacklisted ship seized off Phuket to be destroyed in Bangladesh
PHUKET: A 3,000-ton ship seized off Phuket in September with eight Thais on board will be sent to the renowned Chittagong Ship Breaking Yard at Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh to be broken apart.
 
The Thaiger
Thai PM will sit down with rebel members of coalition

Thai PM Prayut Chan-o-cha is again being forced to sit for chats with leaders of the 20 coalition parties to patch up differences ahead of a no-confidence debate being brought against the fragile government. The no-confidence debate is likely to happen early next month. Given the close numbers between the multi-party government and the opposition, […]

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Thai Airways’ losses reach 11 billion baht this year

Thai Airways International has announced the turnover of the company and its affiliates for Q3 of 2019, reporting net losses of 4.68 billion baht, a full 27% higher than last year’s result, an additional loss of 994 million baht. In the third quarter of 2019, the company and its affiliates generated revenue of 45.016 billion […]

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85 year old Swiss man drowns off Mai Khao Beach, Phuket

An elderly Swiss man drowned yesterday at a beach in Thalang district of Phuket on Thursday afternoon. Paul Brunner, who would have turned 86 next month, was found dead at Mai Khao beach in the northern section of the island around 5.30pm, according to Tha Chatchai police. Police report that he was wearing black swimming […]

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American fugitive, Bart Helmus, taken off life support in Sa Kaew hospital

PHOTO: Bart Helmus and his Thai wife during an earlier police questioning session in Pattaya 39 year old American Bart Allen Helmus has finally been taken off life support at the Sa Kaeo hospital at 6pm last night. He had been reported to be ‘braindead’ by police sources since his admission to hospital a week […]

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Man arrested over armed robberies in Bang Lamung

PHOTO: Re-enactment of the alleged crimes held yesterday – The Pattaya News A suspect is now in custody following a series of armed robberies in the Bang Lamung area. Bang Lamung police arrested 33 year old Weerayut ‘Aun’Keandee earlier this week. According to the police report, on November 7 the suspect robbed local residents in Soi […]

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5 million baht vanishes from Samut Prakan bank account

PHOTO: Sanook A well-known restauranteur in Samut Prakan, south east of Bangkok, 61 year old Ekkaphat, has filed a report with the Samut Prakan Police over a missing 5 million baht from his bank account. Ekkaphat told police that he had previously deposited 5 million baht into a bank in the Bangpoo Industrial Estate. He […]

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Inaugural Thailand Charter Week in Phuket opens tomorrow

PHOTO: Phuket Yacht Haven, ready for the inaugural Thailand Charter Week – asia-marine.net The Tourism Authority of Thailand has signed up as a Supporting Sponsor of the first Thailand Charter Week in a huge boost for the inaugural six-day event, held at Phuket Yacht Haven from tomorrow to November 21. Organisers were also facing the ‘good problem’ […]

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Behold, the Papal Pick-up – Thai popemobile revealed

In either a step down for the Pope or a coup for troubled car-maker Nissan, Pope Francis will take to the streets of Thailand in a locally-manufactured open-top Papal Pick-up. Pope Francis visits Thailand from November 20–23. The vehicle was unveiled yesterday at Assumption Cathedral in Bangkok. For shorter trips, the Papal Golf Cart was […]

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Police net haul of crystal meth and yaba valued at 360 million baht

PHOTOS: INN News Officers from the Narcotics Suppression Division of the Royal Thai police have carried out three separate busts across the country, confiscating over a tonne of crystal methamphetamine and 40,000 yaba pills. They say the haul is valued at 360 million baht. Thai Residents reports that the first arrests took place in Phichit […]

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Future Forward calls for an end to compulsory military conscription

PHOTO: Thai Army Conscriptees are selected with a lottery system – Al Jazeera Pongsakorn Rodchomphu and several other members of the opposition Future Forward Party have submitted a formal draft revision to the Conscription Act that would make military conscription voluntary, except in emergency situations. The Nation reports that the proposal was put forward to […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
THAI reports B10.9bn net loss for Jan-Sept
Thai Airways International and its subsidiaries reported a 4.68-billion-baht net loss in the third quarter of this year and 10.91-billion-baht net loss for the first nine months, THAI president Sumeth Damrongchaitham said on Friday.
American escapee pronounced dead
An American facing drug charges who shot himself and his Thai wife to avoid arrest after fleeing from Pattaya court last week was pronounced dead on Thursday.
Detained Ponzi suspect Mae Manee is pregnant
The prime suspect in a 1.6-billion-baht Ponzi scheme, Wantanee "Mae Manee" Tippaveth, is pregnant, the Corrections Department said on Friday as the number of victims filing complaints neared 5,000.
TEST YOURSELF: The ugly world of the pretties
A “pretty boy” talks about his job
SEC cobbles together investor protection fund amendment
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) expects to conclude a proposal to amend the digital asset royal decree by the first half next year, aiming to set up an investor protection fund to mitigate incurred damages.
PM declares new tourism perks
The government is set to revise the perks for investment in tourism and related services.
3 Thais make 'Time' rising stars list
Three Thai people have been chosen to be on Time magazine's Time 100 Next 2019 list. They are Future Forward Party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, landscape architect Kotchakorn Voraakhom and singer Lalisa "Lisa" Manoban of K-pop band Blackpink.
Raids seek out toxic chemicals
The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) on Thursday raided five locations with supposed links to online sales of organic pesticides containing at least two banned toxic farm chemicals.
PM moves to patch up coalition rift
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will sit for talks with leaders of the coalition parties in what is seen as a bid to patch up their differences ahead of a no-confidence debate, following reports of frictions emerging among them.
Future Forward submits bill to end the draft
Conscription will be replaced by voluntary recruitment, except during wartime, and recruits must not be treated as personal houseboys if the Future Forward Party has its way.
 
NationThailand.com - News
THAI reports Bt4.68 billion loss in Q3
The national carrier Thai Airways International (THAI) announced the turnover of the company and its affiliates in the 3rd quarter of 2019 on Thursday (November 15), reporting a net loss of Bt4.68 billion, 27 per cent higher than last year’s result or Bt994 million. This loss translates to Bt2.14 loss per share, which is Bt0.44 higher than last year or 25.9 per cent.
Public and private investments to prop up economic growth in 2020: central bank chief
The global trade war and the steep appreciation of the baht are key risk factors for the Thai economy next year, according to economists.
Cool weather and strong winds in upper Thailand, South sees less rain
A strong high-pressure is covering upper Thailand bringing cool mornings and strong winds, the Thailand Meteorological Department forecast on Friday (November 15). Isolated rain was likely over the North, the Central region including Bangkok and its vicinity, and the East.
Risks of doing business in Thailand published by WEF
The World Economic Forum has released its Regional Risk of Doing Business 2019 report, which names 5 risks of doing business in Thailand, Pimchanok Vonkorpon, the director-general of the Trade Policy and Strategy Office (TPSO) said on Thursday (November 14).
Japan: Yahoo operator ZHD mulls merger with Line
TOKYO - A merger is being negotiated with free messaging app provider Line Corp, said operator of Yahoo Japan, Z Holdings Corp. (ZHD).
Suspects in alleged BOT scam arrested
Assistant Governor of the Bank of Thailand’s Legal Group Pruettipong Srimachand announced on Friday that the Crime Suppression Division has arrested 10 suspects on fraud charges.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
St Mark's closed as fresh flood hits Venice
VENICE: Another exceptional high tide swamped flood-hit Venice on Friday, prompting the mayor to order St Mark's square closed after Italy declared a state of emergency for the UNESCO city.
Sam Rainsy heads to Singapore
JAKARTA: Sam Rainsy, the self-exiled leader of a banned Cambodian opposition party, departed Indonesia for Singapore on Friday evening after a one-day visit, an Indonesian official said.
HK protesters start to leave campus
HONG KONG: Many of the protesters who had barricaded themselves in a Hong Kong university this week began to leave on Friday after partially clearing a road they had blocked and demanding that the government commit to going ahead with local elections on Nov 24.
THAI reports B10.9bn net loss for Jan-Sept
Thai Airways International and its subsidiaries reported a 4.68-billion-baht net loss in the third quarter of this year and 10.91-billion-baht net loss for the first nine months, THAI president Sumeth Damrongchaitham said on Friday.
SET index eases on True share slump
Thai shares weakened on Friday, dragged by telecoms on poor corporate earnings.
BAM IPO 'could raise up to B35bn'
State-owned Bangkok Commercial Asset Management, the country’s biggest manager of distressed assets, is looking to raise as much as 35 billion baht in its coming initial public offering, according to people familiar with the matter.
Second fire at Montien Hotel in Silom, no injuries
Police are looking into the cause of a fire at the Montien Hotel, in Bangkok's Silom area, on Friday afternoon, the second there in less than a month.
American escapee pronounced dead
An American facing drug charges who shot himself and his Thai wife to avoid arrest after fleeing from Pattaya court last week was pronounced dead on Thursday.
Elderly American charged with obscene behaviour in public
CHIANG MAI: A 75-year-old American man has been arrested in Muang district for allegedly masturbating in front of a 13-year-old girl in August this year.
Mazda 3 wins 2019 Thailand Car of the Year
Japanese C-segment family car lauded for its stylish looks and sporty road manners.
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