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Phuket News
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Phuket medical hub dreams to become reality? Thailand’s richest families! || December 4
PHUKET XTRA - December 4 || Brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Phuket state land over for medical center |:| 14 new Covid cases |:| Top court seeks defamation charges |:| Thailand’s richest families |:| Toys for Joy! |:| Commerce Market to relaunch |:| Relief drive for flood victims Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
State land in Phuket handed over for B4bn International Medical Center
PHUKET: The Treasury Department has officially handed over more than 141 rai in Mai Khao, at the northern end of Phuket, to the Ministry of Public Health so that an “International Medical Centre” can be built at the site.
Myanmar woman negative for COVID, say Phuket officials
PHUKET: The Myanmar woman who fled a hospital in Phang Nga to avoid a COVID-19 test earlier this week and later found in Phuket has tested negative for COVID-19, Vice Governor Pichet Panaphong announced this morning (Dec 4).
Fire drill at Jungceylon, Patong
PHUKET: People in Patong who saw firefighters arriving at the Jungceylon shopping mall this morning along with hundreds of other people have been urged to not panic as the mall held its large-scale fire-response exercise today (Dec 4).
Former US presidents, Biden ready to publicly receive COVID-19 vaccine
WORLD: Former US presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton as well as President-elect Joe Biden are volunteering to take a coronavirus vaccine on camera if it will help promote public confidence.
National park files charges against owner of illegal B40mn resort
KANCHANABURI: The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation on Thursday (Dec 3) filed charges against the owner of an illegal B40 million resort in Sangkhla Buri district.
Chiang Rai reports another local case
BANGKOK: A 28-year-old Chiang Rai man close to a woman in Phayao who got infected with COVID-19 after returning from Myanmar’s Tachilek town has tested positive for the coronavirus disease and become a new local infection case.
Thailand to vaccinate 13m by mid-2021
THAILAND: The Public Health Ministry said 13 million Thais will be vaccinated to prevent COVID-19, free of charge, by the middle of 2021.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Covid runaway found in Phuket? 4 years until Thai tourism recovery, says officials! || December 3
PHUKET XTRA - December 3 || Brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Myanmar woman flees Covid test, found in Phuket |:| 13 more Covid cases in Thailand |:| 4 years until Thai tourism recovers, officials say |:| Thai kids obesity concerns |:| 200+ kg cleaned off Koh Yao Yai Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Phuket relief drive launched for Southern flood victims
PHUKET: Phuket Rajabhat University has launched a campaign to collect donations of money and essential household goods to help people affected by the floods in Nakhon Sri Thammarat.
 
The Thaiger
Thailand News Today | Burmese border #&#!!!, Charges for Penguin, 9 dead in floods | Dec 4

Thailand News Today, coming to you from the relatively dry Phuket, compared to the horrible flooding in parts of southern Thailand. 5 shot and in critical condition after gang clash in Phitsanulok 5 people have been shot and critically wounded in what police believe to be a turf war between 2 rival gangs in Phitsanulok, Central Thailand.  Police say gang members attacked another gang in the Wang Thong district because they were on “their territory.” Police say the alleged attackers threw ping pong bombs and fired shots at the rival gang members. The victims were reportedly found with several bullet wounds […]

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Ceremony marks 6 months since Thai activist’s disappearance in Cambodia

It’s been 6 months since Thai pro-democracy activist Wanchalearm Satsaksit disappeared in Cambodia. Many, including his family, claim the activist was abducted. The Human Rights Watch says the 37 year old was seen being forced into a vehicle in front of his Phnom Penh apartment in June. A Buddhist ceremony was held today outside the activist’s apartment, marking 6 months since the disappearance. Monks chanted and scattered sacred water. The activist’s sister, Sitanun, attended the ceremony and called on authorities to solve the case. “We do not know the perpetrator; however it is the duty and responsibility of authorities both […]

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Man sets himself on fire at Chon Buri market, 3 others injured

A man set himself on fire at a Chon Buri seafood restaurant in the Angsila district. 3 people were injured and treated at a local hospital after trying to put out the flames, reports say. The man allegedly poured a gallon of oil on himself and set himself on fire using a cigarette lighter. Reports say he was seriously injured. Video footage shows a burst of flames with people fleeing the shop, some rolling on the floor to extinguish the fire. The video is graphic. To watch the clip, click HERE. SOURCE: Pattaya News

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More local Covid-19 cases linked to women who worked in Myanmar border town

Health officials report 3 more Covid-19 cases linked to the 10 Thai women who tested positive after working in Myanmar’s border town Tachileik. The women allegedly crossed the border illegally, evading immigration screening and the mandatory 14 day quarantine. Some travelled using public transportation to Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Phichit and Ratchaburi. A 51 year old businesswoman from Sing Buri tested positive after travelling on the same flight as 2 of the now confirmed cases, according to director general of communicable diseases Sophon Iamsirithaworn. The flight was Nok Air flight DD8717 from Chiang Rai to Bangkok on November 28. The businesswoman got […]

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Greenpeace Thailand names 5 local companies “top plastic polluters”

After collecting thousands of pieces of plastic waste, Greenpeace Thailand found that the majority of the trash comes from 5 Thai Companies, naming them the “top plastic polluters.” Volunteers from Greenpeace collected plastic waste from Doi Suthep in Chiang Mai and Wonnapa beach in Chon Buri. Out of the 13,001 pieces of plastic was collected, they say most of the waste traced back to 5 Thai companies: CP Group (which operates Thailand’s 7-Eleven convenience stores), Dutch Mill Company, Osotspa (which produces M-150 drinks), TCP Group and Lactasoy. This is the third year that Greenpeace Thailand and each year they find […]

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5 shot and in critical condition after gang clash in Phitsanulok

5 people were shot and severely wounded in an alleged turf war between 2 rival gangs in Phitsanulok’s Wang Thong district. Police say gang members attacked another gang because they were on “their territory.” Police say the alleged attackers threw ping pong bombs and fired shots at the rival gang members. The victims were reportedly found with several bullet wounds and are now in critical condition. No arrests have been made. Police are investigating. SOURCE: Nation Thailand

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What has the pandemic taught hotels about luxury.  Is ‘less’ more?

by Anthony Lark “Let’s say goodbye to all that stale pretence and manufactured pomp” Until the collective nightmare that was 2020, many of the so-called high-end hotels had a reputation for trying to convince guests to pay for often dingy guestrooms lacking any real views inside an otherwise ornate structure with a storied, celebrated past, where the first impression was a check in often akin to applying for a bank loan. Defined as “luxury”, in the good old days they got away with it.  Over the thirty years I spent running Amanpuri and Trisara on Phuket, I heard hundreds of […]

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Covid-19 spread through commercial sex at Myanmar hotel, border resident claims

A resident of Myanmar’s border town Tachileik claims a recent Covid-19 outbreak spread at sex venue parading as a hotel. 10 Thai women tested positive for the coronavirus after returning from Tachileik where they had worked. Some confirmed they worked at the 1G1 Hotel in the border town. Tachileik resident Moon Saing told Coconuts Bangkok that the virus spread at the 1G1 Hotel after a group of “fat military generals” from Yangon, where infections continue to rise, had sex with Thai women working at the venue. “It’s 5,000 THB per session and some charge 10,000 THB to bring home.” While […]

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Khao San Road remains empty during the day, night crowds keep the street alive

Without foreign tourists at Bangkok’s infamous backpacker mecca, Khao San Road has gone quiet. While nights draw local crowds, it’s not what it used to be and the once bustling street remains empty during the day time. While locals frequent the nightclubs and bars on the street, Khao San Road is not nearly what is was like before the pandemic. The deserted street during the daytime is an ongoing problem, according to the head of Khao San trader’s association Sanga Reungwattanakun. He says before 5pm, the street is empty. Before the pandemic, Khao San Road generated a revenue of 1 […]

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Pattaya bike rider injured after plunging into large construction hole in road

A motorbike driver has been injured after his bike plunged into a 2-metre deep construction pit in the Naklua area of Pattaya. The Pattaya News reports that the accident occurred around 4am on Thursday morning, with rescue workers arriving to find the bike at the bottom of the pit. The driver, 39 year old Wassapon Thataworn, had managed to climb out of the hole, despite his injuries, and was transported to a local hospital for treatment. His friend, who has not been named, says he was following Wassapon on another bike, when the accident happened. He claims the hole was not […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
The nation's teacher lives on
His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great made enormous contributions to education during his reign, setting up several royal projects to help develop education in Thailand as he deemed it an important tool for the country's development.
Sufficiency economy a bedrock legacy
The sufficiency economy philosophy conceived by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great is one of his most famous and enduring legacies.
1G1-7 Hotel: the Covid hotspot
The 1G1-7 Hotel has suddenly become a familiar name after a cluster of more than 10 Thai female workers and tourists tested positive for Covid-19 upon returning home from the luxury hotel-cum-entertainment complex in Myanmar's Tachileik.
Passion for solving water problems pays off
Water has caused many problems for Thailand. The country is routinely hit by droughts alternating with floods. Yet in terms of water management, Thailand has been blessed with one thing: the country had King Rama IX who spent decades trying to solve water problems and helped lay the foundations of sustainable water management in Thailand.
CCSA mulls tighter curbs
The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) will consider renewing some disease-control measures to curb the spread of Covid-19, including reducing the number of concertgoers and public transport passengers in the wake of at least one new case of local transmission.
Royal clemency for jailed newsman Sorrayuth, red-shirt Nattawut
Royal pardons will mean early release for jailed TV news anchor Sorrayuth Suthassanachinda and red-shirt co-leader Nattawut Saikuar, and a reduced prison term for former commerce minister Boonsong Teriyapirom.
Three new Covid cases linked to Tachilek workers
Three new confirmed Covid-19 cases were reported on Friday morning - two Thais infected in Myanmar who sneaked back across the border, and a woman who travelled on a plane to Bangkok.
Local infection among 14 new Covid cases
One local infection was among 14 new cases of novel coronavirus disease reported on Friday, raising the total to 4,053 with no new deaths.
Top court accuses activist of contempt over Facebook posts
The Constitutional Court has sought prosecution against student protest leader Parit "Penguin" Chiwarak on a charge of contempt of court over statements he made on Facebook following the court's ruling on Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha's army house residency this week.
Scholar sees chance to sue NCPO
The lawyer of Worachet Pakeerut, a Thammasat University law professor and core member of the anti-coup Nitirat group, said he will look into whether it is possible to file a suit for damages from former members of the now-defunct National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) after the Constitutional Court on Wednesday ruled that summons orders issued by the now-defunct military regime are...
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
2021 keys are growth, restructuring
The two main directions of next year's economic policies are to sustain economic growth and restructure Thailand's economy, says Deputy Prime Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow.
The nation's teacher lives on
His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great made enormous contributions to education during his reign, setting up several royal projects to help develop education in Thailand as he deemed it an important tool for the country's development.
Thousands of inmates to benefit from royal amnesty
Well-known newsman Sorrayuth Suthassanachinda, red-shirt protest leader Nattawut Saikuar and former commerce minister Boonsong Teriyapirom, will receive sentence reductions after His Majesty the King granted amnesties to inmates nationwide to mark Father's Day and His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great's birthday on Saturday.
Sufficiency economy a bedrock legacy
The sufficiency economy philosophy conceived by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great is one of his most famous and enduring legacies.
1G1-7 Hotel: the Covid hotspot
The 1G1-7 Hotel has suddenly become a familiar name after a cluster of more than 10 Thai female workers and tourists tested positive for Covid-19 upon returning home from the luxury hotel-cum-entertainment complex in Myanmar's Tachileik.
King donates aid to flood victims
His Majesty the King has donated 10,000 relief bags to flood victims in the southern province of Nakhon Si Thammarat, where at least 13 people have died in recent flooding.
Passion for solving water problems pays off
Water has caused many problems for Thailand. The country is routinely hit by droughts alternating with floods. Yet in terms of water management, Thailand has been blessed with one thing: the country had King Rama IX who spent decades trying to solve water problems and helped lay the foundations of sustainable water management in Thailand.
Medical upgrades urged
Thailand needs to step up efforts in using research and smart technologies to support healthcare businesses to better compete with foreign countries if the country wants to become a medical hub in Asean.
BAY installs decomposer
Bank of Ayudhya Plc (Krungsri) has installed a food waste decomposer using biotechnology for aerobic conversion of food waste into organic fertiliser.
PDI continues huge hotel purchases
Padaeng Industry (PDI) is set to acquire two luxury hotels in Bangkok worth a combined 5 billion baht in a move to diversify into the hospitality business, as the zinc mining firm projects solar farms are no longer lucrative.
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