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Trunk call: Monk leads project to build elephant shelter in Chiang Mai

Renowned monk Phra Kru Odd called upon elephant enthusiasts to join a significant initiative to construct a shelter for elephants of the Saen family in Chiang Mai. The project aims to protect the elephants from harsh weather conditions and is estimated to cost 1 million baht, taking one full year to complete. Phra Kru Odd, …

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South Korean man bails 5.4 million baht ‘little ghost’ pregnant girlfriend

A South Korean TikToker shared a story of his pregnant Thai girlfriend, who was arrested for working and living illegally in South Korea. He revealed that he is looking forward to reuniting with her after paying a fine of 20 million won (about 5.4 million baht). A South Korean TikToker, Bong, is known for his …

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Fruitful apology: Durian shop to sue after false TikTok fraud claim apology

A customer issued an apology after accusing a durian shop of fraud in a viral TikTok post, which later turned out to be a misunderstanding. The shop owner accepted the apology but insisted on pursuing legal action due to the damage caused to the shop’s reputation. A TikTok user posted a video clip with a …

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Family searches for missing 77 year old Thai woman in Bangkok

Relatives are urgently searching for a 77 year old woman who has been missing for two days after visiting a health centre in the Khlong Sam Wa district. Efforts to locate her have so far been unsuccessful. Facebook user Ratchakorn Wichaitcharn posted an announcement seeking help to find the elderly woman, Ubon Jaitam, who disappeared …

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Bank of Thailand intensifies crackdown on mule accounts

The Bank of Thailand (BoT) intensified efforts to crack down on mule bank accounts used for fraudulent financial activities by placing a freeze on any suspicious accounts, in a move to disrupt criminal operations. Deputy Governor for Financial Institution Stability at the BoT, Ronnadol Numnonda revealed that last year, a decree on measures to prevent …

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Election shocker: Over 23,000 candidates’ personal data exposed

The Election Commission (EC) accidentally exposed the national ID numbers of over 23,000 candidates who had advanced to the district-level senatorial elections. The Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC)’s Eagle Eye Centre sounded the alarm, revealing the EC Office had breached personal data protection laws. “The EC Office must immediately conceal the leaked numbers and provide …

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Diplomats unite to celebrate LGBTQI+ rights in Bangkok

In a display of unity and support, the European Union delegation, alongside the embassies of Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, hosted a vibrant reception to celebrate Pride Month at the US Chief of Mission’s residence in Bangkok. Themed Pride, Rights, Thrive, the evening party yesterday marked a significant milestone in Thailand’s journey …

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Barking mad: Pit bull heroes defuse tense road rage incident (video)

A tense road rage incident took an unexpected turn when two pit bull-like dogs intervened, saving the day. A viral video circulating on social media captures the dramatic encounter, which took place yesterday, between two truck drivers on a busy road in Thailand. The incident began when one truck driver cut in front of another, …

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Fishy finale: Prachin Buri seafood restaurant closes due to rising costs

The renowned seafood restaurant Soot Tiew Na Prachin Buri announced its closure due to rising costs, increased transportation expenses, and declining revenue. The restaurant’s last day of operation is this Sunday, June 16, and the owner is open to transferring the business to interested parties. The owner, Pak Kad, shared the news on Facebook today. …

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Thailand boosts farmer income with new training initiatives

The Thai Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperative, led by Thammanat Prompao, announced new professional development and marketing initiatives to boost farmer income and increase agriculture technology knowledge. The recently held first meeting of the Subcommittee on Career Development and Marketing focused on improving agricultural livelihoods through training in production, marketing, and career development. The project …

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Thailand seeing signs of ‘White Lotus’ travel bump
Now that the fictional guests of Season 3 of The White Lotus have officially checked out of their sumptuous Thai resort, the country is gearing up for the real tourists to arrive.
‘Majority’ disagree with amnesty bill
The majority of people surveyed by the Secretariat of the House of Representatives disagree with a bill sponsored by civil society groups seeking amnesty in political and lese-majeste cases dating back to September 2006.
Scam losses ‘topped B60bn in last two years’
The Bank of Thailand is stepping up a crackdown on so-called mule accounts used in online financial fraud after bank customers lost more than 60 billion baht to such scams in the past two years.
Commander shunted over unfair salary deductions
The Royal Thai Army has transferred the commander of a training unit in Nakhon Ratchasima to its northeastern headquarters pending an investigation into deductions from conscripts’ salaries for utilities and miscellaneous items — including a septic tank pumping fee.
Fake powdered milk from Vietnam seized
Consumer protection police have seized 18 million baht worth of counterfeit powdered milk products smuggled from Vietnam and arrested six migrant employees during a raid on a warehouse in Samut Prakan.
Officers sidelined after oil-smuggling boats vanish
Five police officers have been transferred to inactive posts in connection with the disappearance of three boats with 330,000 litres of smuggled oil and 18 crewmen from a marine police pier in Chon Buri.
Bangkok to Beijing train trip gets closer
Train travel between Bangkok and Beijing is inching closer as Thailand prepares to expand its rail network.
Seven bidders qualify for old rice auction
Seven potential bidders have qualified to take part in the auction sale of 15,000 tonnes of rice left over from the Yingluck Shinawatra administration's rice-pledging scheme.
BOI targets computer chip investments
The Board of Investment (BOI) is planning to increase investments in computer chips to support the rapid growth of the electric vehicle (EV) industry in Thailand, moving in tandem with the state's plan to set up a national semiconductor board.
PM backs tourism industry
Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin is backing the idea of turning Lamphun into a city of museums and lifting efforts to make Nan a Unesco world heritage site as part of efforts to boost the kingdom's tourism industry.
 
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Thailand seeing signs of ‘White Lotus’ travel bump
Now that the fictional guests of Season 3 of The White Lotus have officially checked out of their sumptuous Thai resort, the country is gearing up for the real tourists to arrive.
Philippines cracks down on illegal gambling firms
MANILA - Philippine authorities have launched a crackdown on illegal offshore gambling operators, several run by Chinese firms, as calls to ban their activities mount due to their alleged links to criminal syndicates.
‘Majority’ disagree with amnesty bill
The majority of people surveyed by the Secretariat of the House of Representatives disagree with a bill sponsored by civil society groups seeking amnesty in political and lese-majeste cases dating back to September 2006.
Scam losses ‘topped B60bn in last two years’
The Bank of Thailand is stepping up a crackdown on so-called mule accounts used in online financial fraud after bank customers lost more than 60 billion baht to such scams in the past two years.
Commander shunted over unfair salary deductions
The Royal Thai Army has transferred the commander of a training unit in Nakhon Ratchasima to its northeastern headquarters pending an investigation into deductions from conscripts’ salaries for utilities and miscellaneous items — including a septic tank pumping fee.
Fake powdered milk from Vietnam seized
Consumer protection police have seized 18 million baht worth of counterfeit powdered milk products smuggled from Vietnam and arrested six migrant employees during a raid on a warehouse in Samut Prakan.
Cannabis advocates vow long rally against relisting
Cannabis advocates have vowed to organise a protracted rally next month against the plan by the Ministry of Public Health to relist the plant as a narcotic.
Officers sidelined after oil-smuggling boats vanish
Five police officers have been transferred to inactive posts in connection with the disappearance of three boats with 330,000 litres of smuggled oil and 18 crewmen from a marine police pier in Chon Buri.
New Thai-Malaysia bridge work could start next April
Construction of a new bridge linking Thailand and Malaysia in Sungai Kolok district of Narathiwat could start in April next year, the provincial governor has said.
PM: New inflation target should increase rate-cut odds
An upcoming review of the country’s inflation target range by the Bank of Thailand and the Ministry of Finance should increase the chance of an interest-rate cut, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said on Thursday.
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