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Phuket News
Suspect arrested after British tourist raped on Koh Phi Phi
KRABI: A member of a boat crew has been detained and charged with the rape of a British tourist on Koh Phi Phi.
Wildfire contained at Phromthep Cape, fire warning re-issued
PHUKET: Firefighters from the Rawai Municipality Fire Department today urged people to beware wildfires and ofbehaviours that may carelessly start a wildfire after a blaze broke out near the tourist-popular Phromthep Cape this afternoon (Apr 18).
Maya Bay closure ‘indefinite’, national park chief confirms
PHUKET: The Chief of the Hat Nopparat – Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park, Worapoj Lomlim, today denounced reports that he is considering keeping May Bay closed to tourists for at least five years, and stressed that no estimate of when the world-famous bay will reopen has been considered at this stage.
After Songkran, Phuket water reductions continue to stretch reserves until rains return
PHUKET: After 270,000 litres of water being used over the Songkran holidays, Phuket’s three main reservoirs are left with 2.82 million cubic metres (m3) of water, which the island’s Irrigation Office chief is adamant will be enough to see residents through until the annual southwest monsoon rains return.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Cobra eggs missing! Arrest in Phi Phi rape case! Worst Songkran road record? || April 18
PHUKET XTRA - April 18 King cobra caught, 30 eggs missing! |:| Manhunt for American over ’seastead’ fiasco |:| Suspect caught over Phi Phi rape |:| Worst Songkran in Phuket in years |:| 8-year-old honoured for cleaning Patong canal! Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
King cobra female caught in Patong, 30 eggs missing from nest
PHUKET: Patong firefighters are concerned that a male king cobra remains at large in a residential area at the northern end of the busy tourism town after catching a female king cobra in Kalim this morning (Apr 18).
Soldier dies after motorbike hits power pole in Thalang
PHUKET: A man has died after he lost control of his motorbike and crashed into a power pole in Thalang in the early hours of this morning (Apr 18).
Boy, 14, killed as Phuket suffers worst Songkran road safety record in years
PHUKET: Phuket has suffered its worst tally of people killed during the Seven Days of Danger road-safety campaign for the Songkran holidays in at least six years, with a 14-year-old boy among the fatalities.
Outsider PM touted as impasse breaker
BANGKOK: A provisional clause under Section 272 of the charter, better known as the “outsider prime minister” rule, is being touted as an alternative route if the political impasse over forming the next government continues.
Mains water supply to be cut in Wichit
PHUKET: The Phuket Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) has announced that the mains water supply will be shut off in parts of Wichit on Thursday (Apr 18) due to necessary pipe repairs.
 
The Thaiger
Thong Dee, the Kathu Brasserie loved by foodies and Phuket locals

The Thaiger was invited to a special ‘taster’ at one of our favourite restaurants on the island of Phuket, Thong Dee. As usual, the food spoke for itself – no fuss, classy, so so tasty, eclectic. The Thaiger was a guest of the hosts Patrik and Ponchan for the evening. Thong Dee – The Kathu […]

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Australian snorkeller collects trash at Kalim beach everyday

PHOTOS: Patong Surf Life Saving An Australian man has been seen collecting trash in the waters just off Kalim beach in Patong every day over the past month. The Patong Surf Life Saving team report that they have seen the foreign man, an Australian national, collecting trash near the shoreline at Kalim Beach every day. […]

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Surachate on holiday in the US

PHOTO: Bangkok Biz News Former Immigration Chief and high-profile crime-buster, Lt Gen Surachate Hakparn, has been laying low since being dramatically sidelined two weeks ago, being demoted to ‘office duties’ at the Police HQ in Bangkok. Now he’s on holiday in America. Thairath says that government spokeswoman Patcharaporn Inthiang revealed that the Lt Gen Surachate had […]

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Maya Bay’s extended closure “vital to conserve the ecology”

Worapot Lomlim, chief of the Hat Nopparatthara-Phi-Phi Islands national park has confirmed that he might keep Maya Bay closed for up to five years to allow the current recovery to continue. The Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation has agreed to extend the closure of Ao Maya, or Maya Bay, located on one […]

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Reservations now open for ‘Twinpalms MontAzure’ with enticing promotions

Celebrate the grand opening of Phuket’s newest beachside hotel by booking now to snap up fantastic deals. Twinpalms MontAzure in Kamala is offering irresistible packages ideal for both short and long-haul getaways for those who book directly from their website. Guests may choose to enjoy three nights and pay for just two and for those […]

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Suspect arrested for sexually assaulting British tourist on Koh Phi Phi

PHOTO: ejan.co A man has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a British tourist on Koh Phi Phi. Police spokesman Krissana Pattanacharoen says that the Thai suspect’s name is Trairat Changsanan, a local ferry worker who was arrested yesterday. He has been accused of sexually assaulting the 21 year old British tourist on Koh Phi […]

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Third runway for Suvarnabhumi Airport

The Thai cabinet yesterday approved the construction of a third runway at Suvarnabhumi International Airport as part of the country’s ambition to become the aviation hub of ASEAN. The 21.7 billion baht project will increase the combined capacity of Suvarnabhumi international airport’s runways to 94 arrivals and departures per hour from the current 64, said […]

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Thai suki restaurant customer injured as gas cooker explodes

PHOTO: Facebook.com/สมพงษ์ เเก้วอาจ A gas canister has exploded at a Moo Katha or ‘suki’ restaurant in the Ram Inthra area of Bangkok. Moo Katha is a very popular kind of restaurant around the country. Thai Rath reports that Sompong Kaew-art posted on his Facebook that he had been near the restaurant when he heard an explosion. Passersby […]

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Burmese man stabbed to death in Thalang, Phuket

A Burmese man has been stabbed to death whilst drinking alcohol with friends in Thalang last night. Police are investigating to identify and prosecute a suspect. The Thalang Police were notified of the incident at a worker camp in the Panason housing estate on Bang Jo – Khao Lan Road in Thalang at 11.30pm last […]

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Total five deaths in Phuket Songkran ‘Seven Day of Danger’ campaign

PHOTO: Kathu Police As reports are tallied for the seventh full day (April 17) of the ‘Seven Days of Danger’ road and marine safety campaign, there were 3 road accidents, including 1 injury and two deaths on the final day. Those two dead were from separate motorbike accidents. A motorbike driver, 68 year old Filipino […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Jokowi claims win as challenger disputes tally
JAKARTA: Indonesian President Joko Widodo has claimed victory in the country’s election, citing unofficial quick count results from Wednesday’s voting and setting the stage for a potential legal battle with his challenger Prabowo Subianto who’s disputed the tally.
New Economics members seek to disband own party
Three constituency MP candidates of the New Economics Party on Thursday petitioned the Election Commission (EC) to dissolve their own party for being dominated by outsiders who prevented it from freely conducting its activities.
Songkran road toll down, zero deaths in 4 provinces
There were fewer road accidents, deaths and injuries during the seven-day safety campaign for this year's Songkran holiday, which closed on Wednesday night.
Lexus rehashes Toyota Alphard as new LM
Japan’s top luxury car brand creates a luxurious MPV that’s without a direct rival.
Thai Airways aircraft slightly damaged at Paris airport
An Airbus A380 of Thai Airways International was slightly damaged when it was clipped by a vehicle bringing meals to the aircraft at Charles de Gaulle airport on Wednesday.
Saving iconic roadside trees
Local residents join hands to save "yang na" trees, a signature of Road 106 linking Chiang Mai and Lamphun. — Jetjaras Na Ranong
Export prospects top meeting
The Trade Promotion Department is scheduled by the end of this month to speak with the top 10 export-driven manufacturers to evaluate prospects and discuss how to accelerate shipment growth in the second and third quarters -- normally the peak period for exports.
Cops devise traffic control plan for ceremonial events
The centre to integrate traffic management for the coronation ceremonies of His Majesty the King will be opened on Thursday, while roads in the inner city area were closed to rehearse the events on Wednesday.
Hitting the road, getting a leg up on rivals
While online, app-based food deliveries may be relatively new to Thailand, the motorcycle drivers carrying insulated boxes filled with orders and branded with their company logos have become ubiquitous in the country's urban areas.
'Outsider PM' touted as impasse breaker
A provisional clause under Section 272 of the charter, better known as the "outsider prime minister" rule, is being touted as an alternative route if the political impasse over forming the next government continues.
 
NationMultimedia.com
EC orders another recount and re-election 
The Election Commission (EC) on Thursday ordered a recount and re-election in Nakhon Prathom and Chumphon provinces although the deadline to announce the official results was approaching.
New Economics Party rebels demand dissolution
Members of New Economics Party on Thursday petitioned the Election Commission to dissolve their party, accusing it of being under outside business influence.
Junta supporter demands Senate votes to pass budget 
Junta champion Paiboon Nititawan on Thursday proposed that the military-appointed Senate be authorised to pass the national budget bill in order to avoid political deadlock.
‘Big Joke’ granted leave for US trip
Former Immigration Bureau chief Pol Lt-General Surachate Hakparn is on leave until the end of April, his new boss said on Thursday.
Chumphon man uses slingshot to damage vehicles: police
A man was arrested after he allegedly used a slingshot to damage 20 vehicles with gravel in Chumphon’s Thasae district on Wednesday night.
Latest : Jung Joon-young indicted on spycam charge
K-pop singer Jung Joon-young, who allegedly filmed sex videos in secret and shared them in social media chat rooms, has been indicted, the Seoul Central District Prosecutor’s Office said Tuesday.
Malaysian inquiry probes trafficking camps, migrant graves
Kuala Lumpur - A Malaysian inquiry into the 2015 discovery of suspected human-trafficking camps and graves in the jungle heard Thursday police found one of the sites months before authorities publicly revealed their existence.
North Korea demands Pompeo's removal from US nuclear talks
Seoul - North Korea on Thursday demanded the removal of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from talks over its banned nuclear programme, hours after the isolated state claimed to have tested a new kind of weapon.
Bus fares rise after pre-election postponement
Fares for both Bangkok and inter-province buses will be increased on Monday, following a three-month, pre-election postponement, the Transport Ministry announced.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Phetchabun monk defrocked, jailed
The abbot of a temple in Phetchabun was sentenced to 26 years in prison on money-laundering charges on Wednesday. He was defrocked before being jailed.
Jokowi claims win as challenger disputes tally
JAKARTA: Indonesian President Joko Widodo has claimed victory in the country’s election, citing unofficial quick count results from Wednesday’s voting and setting the stage for a potential legal battle with his challenger Prabowo Subianto who’s disputed the tally.
Poppies bloom across Afghanistan as drought eases
LASHKAR GAH, Afghanistan: A vast field of towering white poppies sways gently in the breeze, silky petals sometimes tumbling to the ground, a visible marker of the resilience of Afghanistan's lucrative opium trade.
New Economics members seek to disband own party
Three constituency MP candidates of the New Economics Party on Thursday petitioned the Election Commission (EC) to dissolve their own party for being dominated by outsiders who prevented it from freely conducting its activities.
Rare world's fattest parrot has record breeding season
WELLINGTON: Said to be the world's fattest parrot, the critically endangered kakapo has enjoyed a record breaking breeding season, New Zealand scientists said on Thursday, with climate change possibly aiding the species' unique mating spree.
Strong quake hits east Taiwan, rattles buildings in capital
TAIPEI: A strong 6.1 magnitude earthquake struck Taiwan's east coast on Thursday afternoon, the island's Central Weather Bureau reported. TV footage showed at least one landslide but there were no immediate reports of major damage or injuries.
Samsung to inspect Galaxy Fold after reviewer complaints
SEOUL: Samsung announced on Thursday it will inspect units of its highly anticipated folding smartphone after some reviewers reported screen damage.
Songkran road toll down, zero deaths in 4 provinces
There were fewer road accidents, deaths and injuries during the seven-day safety campaign for this year's Songkran holiday, which closed on Wednesday night.
Giant 'lion' once roamed Africa
PARIS: A giant lion with enormous fangs roamed the Kenyan savannah more than 20 million years ago and was one of the largest ever meat-eating mammals, researchers said on Thursday.
Amazon to pull plug on China retail operations
SHANGHAI - Amazon is planning to close down online retail operations catering to consumers in China, in an apparent admission of defeat to local e-commerce rivals such as Alibaba, a report said on Thursday.
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