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Phuket News
Lifeguards return to Phuket’s Surin Beach – to stay, says MaAnn
PHUKET: Trained, experienced lifeguards have returned Surin Beach to patrol the sands to protect tourists from drowning.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Phukets new mascot! Taxis demand Grab compensation? Sugar tax going up, again! || September 17
PHUKET XTRA - September 17 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Phukets new mascot! |:| Sugar tax going up, again |:| Four to face charges over Billys death |:| Searching for coral-damaging boat |:| Taxis demand Grab compensation? Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Phuket Veg Fest catches PM’s eye at Government House
PHUKET: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-Ocha stopped by a booth highlighting the Phuket Vegetarian Festival at an exhibition held in front of Government House in Bangkok today to promote traditional festivals in Thailand before taking a packed lunch of local Phuket delicacies to a Cabinet meeting.
Patong, Cherng Talay open donation centres to help flood victims
PHUKET: Patong Municipality along with Cherng Talay Municipality further north on Phuket’s west coast have both opened donation centres to receive relief aid items for flood victims in the Northeast.
Electricity outage to affect Mai Khao
PHUKET: The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced that the electricity supply will be temporarily shut off in parts of Mai Khao next Monday (Sept 23) as work is carried out on installing new high-voltage cables.
DMCR Phuket searching for dive boat for damaging corals
PHUKET: The Phuket office of the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources (DMCR) says it is trying to track down at least one dive boat wanted for using ropes tied around coral heads as mooring lines off Koh Racha Yai, south of Phuket.
Rajabhat blood drive gives stocks a 659k cc shot in the arm
PHUKET: More than 2,000 people who took part in a mass blood-donation drive at Phuket Rajabhat University over the weekend together donated a total of 659,200cc of blood to be used for emergencies and other uses, including the upcoming Phuket Vegetarian Festival.
After taking heavy flak for inaction, PM to head TV charity campaign for flood victims
BANGKOK: Stung by heavy criticism of its slow response to severe flooding in Ubon Ratchathani and other Northeast provinces, the government is stepping up efforts to help several thousand victims with a televised charity programme.
86 temple tigers died from prior diseases, reports DNP
BANGKOK: The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) said on Monday that 86 tigers confiscated from a Kanchanaburi temple three years ago had since died of Canine Distemper Virus (CDV) and a respiratory disease caused by inbreeding.
Pickup truck u-turn leaves Myanmar mother dead, partner and son in ICU
PHUKET: A Thai man has been charged with reckless driving causing death after he made u-turn in his pickup truck on Chao Fa West Rd last night (Sept 15), leaving a Myanmar man on his motorbike with his partner and child unable to avoid slamming into the side of the pickup.
 
The Thaiger
Stop Fake News seminar run by LINE and Digital Economy ministry

The Minister of a Digital Economy and Society, Puttipong Punnakanta, opened a Stop Fake News seminar to promote online media literacy and discretion before sharing information and news with other Thai youth, to prevent the spread of misinformation. The seminar was run in conjunction with Thailand’s most popular messaging App, ‘LINE’. Apart from representatives from LINE, […]

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More industry groups line up calling for TM30 abolishment

More industry and NGO groups are lining up with criticism or calls for abolishment of the embattled TM30 and TM28 immigration forms. Most of the criticisms focus on the draconian nature of the forms, confusion around interpretation and the problems with inconsistent implementation. Trade and commerce organisations are saying it flies in the face of […]

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15 killed after truck plummets into ravine in T’boli, Philippines

“Based on eyewitness accounts, the truck lost its brakes.” Fifteen people, including children, have been killed in the southern Philippines after their flatbed truck  plummeted into a ravine. The vehicle was carrying around 30 people home from a trip to the beach when the driver lost control near the town of T’boli in the latest deadly […]

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Thailand’s favourite giant panda dies in Chiang Mai Zoo aged 19

A beloved male giant panda, on permanent loan to Thailand from China, has died aged 19 in Chiang Mai. Thais are morning the death of the hugely popular black and white mammal whose sex life captivated the kingdom. Chuang Chuang, a resident of the northern city’s zoo since October 2003, arrived with female Lin Hui, […]

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68 year old Australian hangs himself after alleging Pattaya police failed to take a missing passport report

A 68 year old Australian has been found hanged in a room in Buriram, north east Thailand. Buriram police were called to the hotel near the city bus station after receiving reports about the deceased foreigner on the third floor room. The man was hanging from a nylon cord and had been dead for an […]

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Thai bank employee caught stealing customers’ cash

PHOTOS: kapook.com A video has been shared showing a female bank employee walking behind the bank’s reception and, allegedly, emptying the contents of a yellow basket into her pocket. She was carrying yellow basket and looked into the basket before quickly grabbing the cash and stuffing it into her suit pocket before going into another room […]

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Thammanat Prompao misses cabinet meeting today, calls in sick

Controversy-prone deputy agriculture minister for the Prayut government, Thammanat Prompao, isn’t feeling well today and has called in sick. He’s even provided a photo of himself in bed as proof of his need for a day off. After weathering a week of questions about his dodgy degrees and heroin-trafficking days back in Sydney in the […]

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Nepali climber pushing for record 14 peak record attempt

PHOTO: Don Bowie “This is not about me… it is to show what the human body can do. To establish a paradigm shift in perception of human potential.” by Paavan Mathema The current record for climbing the world’s 14 tallest peaks is almost eight years. Now Nepali climber, Nirmal Purja, who served in the British […]

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No impact on PTT’s imports from Saudi oil refinery attack: Thai minister

Thai energy minister Sontirat Sontijirawong claims that last Saturday’s attacks on two major oil-processing facilities run by the Saudi-owned company Aramco will not affect oil imports of the Thai petro-chemical giant PTT group. He added that he had learnt from Aramco and related parties that the situation there was under control and the damage was […]

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Smoke from Indonesian illegal plantation burn-offs causing acute problems for south east Asian neighbours

PHOTO: Visibility down to less than a kilometre at KL airport yesterday Flights cancelled, schools closed and regional environmental ministers trading insults. The minister’s fiddle whilst Indonesian islands burn. Parts of Indonesia are now opening temporary clinics to treat thousands of people suffering from acute respiratory illnesses in the smoke haze stricken regions around Sumatra […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Grassroots solutions to deadly problems
Local empowerment has become the best prevention measure against diseases and accidents in two Chiang Mai communities, who have learned firsthand how collective grassroots action can keep them safe.
Europe trade body wants end to TM30
The European Association for Business and Commerce (EABC) has proposed an immediate end to the TM30 24-hour reporting and TM28 change-of-permanent-address immigration forms.
PM: I'll be cool during grilling
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Tuesday declared he is ready for Wednesday's parliamentary debate on his incomplete recital of the cabinet oath, saying the upcoming grilling will not rattle his nerves.
Central bank pushes chip-based cash cards
The Bank of Thailand has urged holders of 20 million magnetic-stripe ATM and debit cards to change to chip-based cards by year-end to avoid being unable to use the cards after Jan 16, 2020.
Oil prices unlikely to rise in short term
Local oil prices will not rise in the short term despite tight global supply after authorities cut contributions to the oil fund.
BMA confirms smart taxi stand demise
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has scrapped all 150 so-called smart taxi stands and plans to turn ones along BTS skytrain lines into parking areas for motorcycles, its Traffic and Transport Department director, Phanurak Klannurak, said.
Panda Lin Hui acting normally after Xuang Xuang's death
CHIANG MAI: It is life as normal for giant panda Lin Hui, who has exhibited no change of behaviour since the death of her mate Xung Xuang at Chiang Mai zoo on Monday.
Taxi drivers demand B8.5bn compensation over Grab
Representatives of taxi drivers rallied at the Transport Ministry on Tuesday, demanding 8.5 billion baht in compensation from the government if the GrabTaxi service is legalised -- and threatening to sue the prime minister and the transport minister if they didn't get it.
Zoo awaits Chinese experts for Xuang Xuang's autopsy
CHIANG MAI: Chiang Mai zoo was awaiting the arrival of Chinese experts before beginning the autopsy on Xuang Xuang, the ever-popular male giant panda that died on Monday.
Industry sentiment plunges to 10-month low
The Thai Industries Sentiment Index dropped in August to 92.8 points, the lowest in 10 months, on business concerns about people's lower purchasing power and a bearish sentiment on exports, the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) reported on Tuesday.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
NBTC orders cable conduit lease do-over
The telecom regulator has ordered city hall's business arm, Krungthep Thanakom (KT), to repeat the process of seeking operators to lease underground cable conduits, saying the previous document asking for expressions of interest to join the scheme may have caused misunderstandings.
Fuel subsidies agreed for three months
The Energy Policy Administration Committee (Epac) has agreed to cut local fuel prices by a further one baht per litre for petrol and 60 satang per litre for diesel from Wednesday.
TAT ratchets up campaigns in bid to meet trips target
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has stepped up marketing plans for the final quarter this year with the aim of boosting domestic tourism and reaching 170 million trips as targeted this year.
Buriram hope to return to form against Ratchaburi
Buriram United will try to bounce back from their humiliating league defeat at the weekend when they meet Ratchaburi in the FA Cup semi-finals on Wednesday.
Obec 'confident' of teaching staff numbers
The Office of the Basic Education Commission (Obec) is confident there will be enough teachers when the second semester begins on Nov 1, even though 26,000 are set to retire by the end of this month.
More rain set to batter Northeast
Flood-ravaged Ubon Ratchathani province faces more downpours this week from a monsoon trough that will arrive on Thursday and drench the lower Northeast, eastern seaboard and upper Gulf of Thailand this weekend.
Grassroots solutions to deadly problems
Local empowerment has become the best prevention measure against diseases and accidents in two Chiang Mai communities, who have learned firsthand how collective grassroots action can keep them safe.
Atthaya, Vanchai spearhead Thai SEA Games challenge
Youth Olympic champions Atthaya Thitikul and Vanchai Luangnitikul will lead the Thai challenge at the 2019 SEA Games in the Philippines.
Penalty drama as holders Liverpool, Chelsea lose Champions League openers
PARIS: Holders Liverpool began their defence of the Champions League trophy with a defeat at the hands of Napoli on Tuesday, while one missed spot-kick condemned Chelsea to defeat against Valencia and another came to Barcelona's rescue.
Oil prices sink as quick Saudi output recovery seen
NEW YORK - Oil prices sank more than five percent on Tuesday, reversing some of the previous day's gains as analysts predicted Saudi output would recover sooner than expected after weekend drone attacks.
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