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Phuket News
Search for missing kayak couple turns to dive teams
PHUKET: The official efforts to locate missing kayak couple Polish tourist Mateusz Juszkiewicz, 26, and Thai national Werakan Siriprakon, 23, yesterday for the first time deployed divers as part of the search for the pair.
RFD chief asked to explain actions in Pareena land scandal
BANGKOK: The House anti-graft committee will invite the head of the Royal Forestry Department (RFD) to explain what he is doing about the land-ownership scandal involving Palang Pracharath MP Pareena Kraikupt.
Social media outrage as poisoned cat and four kittens found dead on Sai Kaew Beach
PHUKET: The discovery of four dead kittens and a mother cat at Sai Kaew beach has led to an emotionally charged backlash on social media with one poster cursing the same fate befall the perpetrator.
Rewards for reporting road violations now offered in Phuket
PHUKET: People in Phuket who report motorists violating basic transport laws can now receive nearly 50% of the fine issued, Phuket Land Transport Office (PLTO) Chief Banyat Kantha has confirmed.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Kitty with two heads! Patients stabs doctor? Bone fragment temple! || December 12
PHUKET XTRA - December 12 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Kitty with two heads! |:| Patients tries stabbing doc? |:| Bone fragment temple |:| More prison time in black leopard case |:| Search continues for missing couple Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Power outage to hit area near Phuket airport
PHUKET: The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced that the electricity supply will be temporarily shut off in parts of Sakoo and Mai Khao tomorrow (Dec 13) while work is carried out on installing new high-voltage cables.
Woman arrested after stealing two-day-old baby from hospital
PHUKET: A 27-year-old woman has been arrested at her home in Khok Kloi, Phang Nga, just north of Phuket, for stealing a two-day-old baby girl from Takua Pa Hospital.
Alro cant sue Pareena in land case
BANGKOK: The Agricultural Land Reform Office (Alro) has no authority to take legal action against Palang Pracharath Party MP Pareena Kraikupt after she agreed to hand over the 682 rai of Sor Por Kor land in her possession to the state.
Nai Harn lifeguards post red flags as dangerous ‘circular’ rip current traps swimmers
PHUKET: Lifeguards at Nai Harn beach are urging swimmers to beware strong rip currents that have formed circular ‘funnels”, trapping swimmers in a large eddy off the beach.
Phuket Town temple to receive bone fragments of revered monks in auspicious six-day ceremony
PHUKET: A series of auspicious ceremonies over six days to observe the formal installation of bone fragments of four deeply revered Thai monks at a temple in Phuket Town began today (Dec 12). The ceremonies include a street procession through the heart of Phuket Town on Sunday.
 
The Thaiger
Pattaya officials warn residents about outbreak of Chikungunya virus

Health officials in the Bang Lamung area of Pattaya say that many cases of the Chikungunya virus have been reported this year. Most commonly, the infected mosquitoes involved are Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, two species which can also transmit other mosquito-borne viruses, including dengue. From January to the end of October there were 90 […]

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Chao Phraya welcomes the Royal Barge Procession in perfect Bangkok weather

PHOTOS: The Nation Perfect weather greeted the royal barge procession for HM King Maha Vajiralongkorn for the celebration of his coronation yesterday. Thousands gathered along the shores in sic specially constructed grandstands to view the rare spectacle of the Royal Barges, crewed by Thais in full regalia, plying the waters of the Chao Phraya. Millions […]

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Aung San Suu Kyi shows contempt for case against Myanmar army in international court

PHOTO: LA Times Nobel peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi has shown contempt for UN judges investigating the genocide case relating to the Myanmar army’s attacks on the Rohingya in 2017. In her speeches she defended the generals she once defied, for their genocide against the muslim minority living in the Rhakine state, west of […]

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So you want to move to Vietnam?

“Whilst Thailand is often nicknamed the ‘land of a thousand 7-elevens’, with a convenience store on just about every corner, there are very few of these in Vietnam, for now.” With the Thai Baht on a high at the moment, along with stricter enforcement of visa rules, some expats say they’ve had enough and are […]

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Phuket Light Rail project hits a few speed bumps

The Phuket Light Rail (Phuket Tram) project has hit a few hurdles and has been shelved, apparently temporarily, whilst some further studies are conducted into the ambitious public transport project. The proposed tram route was proposed to start at Phuket Airport and finish at the Chalong Intersection, with a total of 21 stations along the […]

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Thai economy not desperate, just a bit slow – Finance Minister

PHOTO: The Nation Thailand’s Finance Minister says the economy is not in a critical situation, it’s just on a bit of a “go-slow” right now. Uttama Savanayana adds that he’s hopeful the situation will improve next year with the go-ahead on a number of large national infrastructure projects. Thai PBS World reports that the minister […]

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Foreign and Thai business partners cleared of human trafficking charges in Bangkok

PHOTO: Daily News “At the appeal hearing yesterday, the defendants had their convictions quashed after the court doubted testimony from one of the victims.” A foreign man employed as a nightclub manager in Bangkok’s notorious party zone at Nana has been acquitted of charges of human trafficking and acquiring women for prostitution. ThaiVisa reports that Michael […]

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Live links to streaming coverage of the Royal Barge Procession in Bangkok

Here’s a link to the official Facebook page including a livestream… พระราชพิธีบรมราชาภิเษก พุทธศักราช๒๕๖๒ And a link to the official YouTube livestream as well…

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Chiang Mai mountains introduce two new camping facilities

PHOTOS: asia.one.com Two new camping grounds are now open and ready to receive visitors in the mountains around Chiang Mai. The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation says the Sui Tang and Doi Lang camping grounds are now open and ready for customers. The Nation reports that Sui Tang is located in the […]

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Mother cat and 4 kittens poisoned at Sai Kaew Beach, Phuket

On December 11, a report was made following a post from the Facebook page ‘Rain Forest’ about 5 cats that were dumped and poisoned at Sai Kaew Beach, at the far north end of Mai Khao Beach in Phuket. The post shows pictures of a cat and her four kittens that had been poisoned with […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Premchai in convict clothing, awaits court's bail decision
KANCHANABURI: Construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta arrived at Thong Pha Phum Court in prison clothing on Friday morning to await the Supreme Court's bail decision on his poaching conviction.
Fishermen vow 10,000-strong rally
Fishing groups from 22 coastal provinces on Thursday vowed to gather in Bangkok for a mass rally to pressure the government into relaxing laws and regulations they say are threatening their livelihoods.
EC plans to petition for FFP's dissolution
The Election Commission (EC) is drawing up a petition asking the Constitutional Court to disband the Future Forward Party (FFP) over a loan case and expects to submit it to the court shortly, an EC source said.
S&P upgrades sovereign rating outlook
S&P Global Ratings has upgraded its outlook on Thailand's sovereign credit rating to positive from stable, but it cautions that a return to political stability will not be enough to spur an economy beset by external challenges.
Tycoon spends night in jail
KANCHANABURI: Construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta ended up spending last night behind bars at the Thong Pha Phum prison after the Appeal Court slapped him with a sentence of more than three years for the illegal possession of a protected animal, carrying firearms in public and supporting poaching.
BAY: US dollar fall to shore up baht in 2020
The baht's value is expected to continue its upward trend, reaching 29.25 against the US dollar in next year's final quarter as the greenback assumes a path to depreciation, says Bank of Ayudhya (BAY).
Premchai's jail term increased in black-leopard case
KANCHANABURI: The Appeal Court on Thursday increased the prison sentence handed down to construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta to three years and two months for illegal possession of wildlife carcasses and firearms in a national park, and poaching.
Royal barge procession completes King's coronation
A spectacular royal barge procession on the Chao Phraya River for His Majesty the King marked the completion of the royal coronation ceremony on Thursday.
SMEs push back on wage hike
Smaller firms may delay investment and recruitment next year because of the recent minimum wage increase of 5-6 baht per day, says the Federation of Thai SMEs.
Agency mulls car demolition perks
The Excise Department is studying incentives and measures to encourage motorists to bring their used cars in for demolition to tackle the pollution problem.
 
NationThailand.com - Business
Bangkok Bank enhances regional position with takeover of Indonesia's Permata
Bangkok Bank Plc announced today (December 12) its entry into a conditional share purchase agreement with Standard Chartered Bank (Standard Chartered) and PT Astra International Tbk (Astra) to acquire their aggregate 89.12 per cent shareholding in Indonesian bank PT Bank Permata Tbk (Permata).
Construction tycoon gets 2 years 14 months jail for poaching
Thong Pha Phum Provincial Court in Kanchanaburi province on Thursday (December 12) read the appeal court's ruling in the criminal case filed by Thong Pha Phum district attorney against Italian Thai Development president Premchai Karnasuta and 3 accomplices for trespassing and poaching in Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary on February 4-6, 2018.
PM 2.5 revisited as weather warms up
Pralong Dumrongthai, the director-general of Thailand's Pollution Control Department, reported today that the air pollution in Bangkok and the metropolitan area had increased with the PM 2.5 dust particle value exceeding the standard at 42 PCD monitoring stations.
Anantara enters third country in Europe via rebranding of Dublin hotel
Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas will make its debut in the upcoming months in Ireland with the rebranding of The Marker Hotel in Dublin, one of the Irish capital's most modern and luxurious buildings.
The Year of two Rats for Thai economy
When exports decline along with softening global demand and the on-going trade war uncertainty, exporters would likely order less from manufacturers.
Chae Son's hot springs draw thousands of visitors
Visitors from all over the country are thronging Chae Son National Park in Lampang province to enjoy the hot springs in the park and the cool weather after the temperature dropped to 8-10 degrees Celsius, Tawan Chanprom, the park’s chief officer, said.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Premchai in convict clothing, awaits court's bail decision
KANCHANABURI: Construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta arrived at Thong Pha Phum Court in prison clothing on Friday morning to await the Supreme Court's bail decision on his poaching conviction.
Fishermen vow 10,000-strong rally
Fishing groups from 22 coastal provinces on Thursday vowed to gather in Bangkok for a mass rally to pressure the government into relaxing laws and regulations they say are threatening their livelihoods.
US on verge of landmark China trade deal: Trump
WASHINGTON - The United States was poised Thursday to announce a historic trade deal with China, days before new tariffs are due to kick in between the world's two largest economies, easing a commercial dispute that has roiled markets for almost two years.
EC plans to petition for FFP's dissolution
The Election Commission (EC) is drawing up a petition asking the Constitutional Court to disband the Future Forward Party (FFP) over a loan case and expects to submit it to the court shortly, an EC source said.
Thailand 'top destination' for ivory products: WWF
While a recent survey carried out by WWF Thailand showed that the majority of Chinese tourists have no desire to purchase ivory products in Thailand, the country remains a top destination for those seeking to buy the illegal product.
Filing for land tax to be delayed until August
Although the land and building tax will be implemented at the beginning of next year, tax filing for the measure will be scheduled for August instead of April because of some uncompleted organic laws, says the Fiscal Policy Office (FPO).
S&P upgrades sovereign rating outlook
S&P Global Ratings has upgraded its outlook on Thailand's sovereign credit rating to positive from stable, but it cautions that a return to political stability will not be enough to spur an economy beset by external challenges.
Govt to speed up payouts
The Transport Ministry hopes to settle a conflict with opponents of the new Bang Yai-Kanchanaburi motorway project by the end of this month to complete its construction in the next three years.
ONCB dismisses Mexican meth link
The Office of the Narcotics Control Board on Thursday played down US claims that Mexican drug cartels are eyeing Thailand as a market for their methamphetamine, citing intelligence reports.
Shrimp projected to bounce back with growth
Thai shrimp exports are forecast to recover to 20% growth next year in line with increased production.
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