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Phuket News
Navy defends efforts to find missing fishing crew
PHUKET: The Royal Thai Navy Third Area Command, based at Cape Panwa, has defended its efforts to locate a fishing boat and three crew on board that have been missing for 18 days.
China says US shooting down balloon ‘damaged’ relations
BEIJING: A US decision to shoot down a Chinese balloon that Beijing claimed had veered off course has “seriously impacted and damaged” relations between the two countries, China’s foreign ministry said today (Feb 6).
‘Sudden braking’ blamed for Azur Air incident
PHUKET: The aborted takeoff by an Azur Air flight at Phuket International Airport on Saturday (Feb 4) has been attributed to a ‘sudden braking’ fault with the wheels under the right side of the aircraft’s fuselage.
Hotels, condos warned of B1mn fine for failing to submit environmental reports
PHUKET: Hotels, condominiums, large housing projects and other accommodation establishments face fines of up to B1 million if they fail to provide their required annual environmental impact reports, the Phuket Provincial Natural Resources and Environment Office (MNRE Phuket) has warned.
Engine fire aborts takeoff at Phuket airport
PHUKET: An engine fire on an Azur Air flight to Moscow saw the Boeing 767-300ER abort takeoff and the passengers and crew safely evacuated from the aircraft at Phuket International Airport late yesterday afternoon (Feb 4).
Industry president urges long-term fix to PM2.5
BANGKOK: The president of the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) is urging the government to speed up solving Bangkok’s PM2.5 problems in the long term, fearing that if the situation remains unchanged, it will affect the economy and tourism.
US shoots down Chinese spy balloon over ‘unacceptable’ violation
WASHINGTON, DC: A US fighter jet shot down a Chinese spy balloon off the coast of South Carolina yesterday (Feb 4), the Pentagon said, over what it called Beijing’s “unacceptable violation” of US sovereignty.
Phuket Opinion: Power drive
PHUKET: The protest by ‘green plate’ taxi drivers on Thursday (Feb 2) calling for action to be taken against illegal taxis was better marked by what was absent from the grandstanding than what was actually presented to the media by the publicity stunt.
Companies line up to build Patong Tunnel
PHUKET: Companies bidding to complete the B17 billion Patong Tunnel have until 3pm, April 7 to formally enter their bids, Surachet Laopoolsuk, Governor of the Expressway Authority of Thailand (EXAT), has confirmed.
Vachira providing pay-for Pfizer jabs for foreigners
PHUKET: Vachira Phuket Hospital in Phuket Town is now providing Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination injections to foreigners at B1,380 per dose.
 
Thaiger
New twice daily bus links Pattaya and Hua Hin

Hua Hin and Pattaya have long been two popular destinations in Thailand for tourists and expats. Now a new bus service schedule will link the two cities with buses running twice a day between Pattaya and Hua Hin, beginning February 19. The two cities sit about 325 kilometres apart by road. Both cities are known …

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More addictive meth a new drug danger

Love meth but are disappointed that it’s just not addicting enough? There may be a new solution for you. A doctor in Krabi has warned about a dangerous new addictive substance found in meth pills. Dr Somkiat Kijthamachet, who runs the Dr Somkiat Clinic, has been providing free treatment to drug addicts for over 30 …

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Thai police seize rare Lamborghini from alleged ‘macau888’ gambling network kingpin

Thailand’s cyber police are seizing a super rare Lamborghini owned by the alleged owner of the illegal online gambling network ‘macau888‘ today. The Lamborghini Mad Bull Liberty Walk Aventador V2 is one of only 50 in the world with an estimated value of 37 – 44 million baht. It is the only one in Thailand. …

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GLO under fire after refusing to pay jackpot winner 12 million baht 

An out-of-work, heartbroken Thai Lottery jackpot winner who won 12 million baht couldn’t claim her prize from the Government Lottery Office (GLO) because she bought her tickets from an online lottery platform that the government shut down for overcharging customers. Phanthawat “North” Narkwisut, the CEO of Kong Salak Plus, was ordered to close his platform …

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Marketing in Thailand as a Foreigner: Volume #5 The Best Practices, really?

Foreign marketers sometimes need to be bold enough to wear socks and sandals in a tropical country like Thailand to stand out. If you wonder why: READ HERE. Volume#5: The Best Practices, really? Anyone working for brands big enough is always approached with ‘THE PLATFORMS’. They will let you know all the best practices in …

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Move Forward Party vows to take down ‘Three Por’ generals

Move Forward Party (MFP) leader Pita Limjaroenrat vows to end the powerful Three Por clique and rewrite Thailand‘s constitution. The 42 year old MP announced at a campaign event in Chiang Mai on Saturday that Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon, and Interior Minister Anupong Paojinda, were the root cause of Thailand’s …

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Canadian man’s luxury Pattaya villa gutted by fire

A fire gutted a Canadian man’s 20 million baht luxury villa in Pattaya, eastern Thailand, yesterday. Officers at Nong Prue Police Station were notified of a raging fire at a pool villa in Phu Thara village in Pattaya’s Bang Lamung district yesterday afternoon. Nong Prue Municipality firefighters deployed three fire engines and quickly got the …

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Earthquake rocks Turkey – buildings tumble and fear takes over (videos)

A massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck southeast Turkey early this morning, sending shockwaves throughout the region and causing several buildings to crumble. The US Geological Survey reported that the earthquake was centred about 33 kilometres from Gaziantep, a major city, and had a depth of 18 kilometres. The disaster was felt in neighbouring provinces, as …

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Tasting the Northern Thai Food: A Guide to Regional Specialties in Thai Cuisine

Thai cuisine is a melting pot of diverse flavors and ingredients, each region offering its own unique twist on classic dishes. If you’re tired of the usual Pad Thai and green curry, head north to explore the treasure trove of delicious treats waiting to be discovered. Here’s what you need to know about the delicious …

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Thailand’s taxi troubles: Tourists slam overpriced rides and shoddy service

Thailand‘s taxi services have received a poor rating in a recent survey conducted by the Tourism Council of Thailand (TCT), with foreign tourists slamming the country’s taxis for overpriced fares and shoddy service. The survey, which was conducted on 200 foreign tourists during the final quarter of 2022, showed a rating of just 3.5 out …

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Successful training starts with Why
Have you ever attended a meeting or event and asked yourself. “Why am I here?” You may have thought that the topic was interesting, but you have more important things to do. Your people often feel this way about the development opportunities that land on them.
Mice scurry back to Thailand
Tourism has flourished since Thailand fully reopened in the second half of last year.
Bangkok is still sinking, and fast!
Getting Bangkok ready for the consequences of climate change is crucial for saving this megacity from being submerged under rising sea levels, climate experts say.
Baht hits high-value products
High-value industrial products with few imported raw materials such as rubber products, canned and processed seafood, gems and jewellery are expected to be the hardest hit as the baht strengthens, according to the planning unit of the Commerce Ministry.
Chinese travel companies resume full operations
Chinese travel agencies will today resume outbound group tours to 20 countries including Thailand, following the relaxation of rules governing personal foreign travel at the beginning of the year.
Customs clarifies inspection policy
Customs Department deputy director-general Phantong Loykulnanta has emphasised customs officials will not conduct personal inspections of arriving foreign tourists at airports, even if they are carrying or wearing multi-million-baht personal items.
Online scammers in the crosshairs
Picking up a phone call from a stranger or downloading a malicious app can make life miserable for people who fall prey to call centre gangs or online scammers who have developed several tactics to fleece victims.
PPRP to enter poll 'battle' mode
The Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP) has chosen Pomprap Sattruphai district as the location for its campaign debut in Bangkok, which will kick off on Valentine's Day.
Police spread dragnet over macau888 gambling site
Police sought an arrest warrant for another key suspect believed to be behind the online gambling site macau888, and searched a luxurious condominium and an entertainment place with a suspected connection to the illicit business.
Deadline nears for 'little ghosts'
The Ministry of Labour on Saturday urged undocumented Thai workers, or "little ghosts", in South Korea to report to Korean immigration authorities before a Feb 28 deadline so they can have an opportunity to return to the country and work legally under a special programme.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Major quake kills dozens across Turkey, Syria
ISTANBUL: A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Turkey and Syria on Monday, killing dozens, levelling buildings while people were still in their sleep, and sending tremors that were felt as far away as the island of Cyprus.
First Chinese tour groups arrive
The first group tour from China arrived on a flight into Don Mueang airport on Monday morning, as Chinese travel agencies resumed outbound tours to 20 countries following the relaxation of rules governing personal foreign travel at the beginning of the year, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) governor Yuthasak Supasorn said.
Hong Kong's largest national security trial begins
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's largest national security trial opened Monday with dozens of pro-democracy figures accused of trying to topple the government in a case critics say reflects the criminalisation of dissent in the Chinese territory.
Battling the odds
The Facebook page Sai Mai Tong Rod (Sai Mai District Must Survive) has gained fame locally for helping arrange emergency responses, bridging the gap between people in need and state authorities, especially the police.
MFP vows to end '3 Por' grip on govt
The Move Forward Party (MFP) vowed to take the "Three Por Generals" out of politics and rewrite the constitution during an election campaign event in the North over the weekend.
RTP plans to spend B22m on barriers
The Royal Thai Police (RTP) is preparing to spend 22 million baht to procure barriers equipped with light signals and stop signs to be set up at road checkpoints.
Protest post riles Iranians
The Iranian Embassy in Thailand dismissed a Twitter post by Progressive Movement chairman Thanathorn Juangroonruangkit, who recently took to the social media platform to urge his followers to voice their support for the anti-government protests in Iran.
Mice scurry back to Thailand
Tourism has flourished since Thailand fully reopened in the second half of last year.
Bangkok is still sinking, and fast!
Getting Bangkok ready for the consequences of climate change is crucial for saving this megacity from being submerged under rising sea levels, climate experts say.
Baht hits high-value products
High-value industrial products with few imported raw materials such as rubber products, canned and processed seafood, gems and jewellery are expected to be the hardest hit as the baht strengthens, according to the planning unit of the Commerce Ministry.
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