Most overseas arrivals in Thailand this year come from India

Indian tourists represent the most foreign arrivals in Thailand so far this year. 100,884 arrived between January 1st and May 24th, said Government Spokesman Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana today (Sunday). He said,…

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Chadchart set to win Bangkok gubernatorial election in landslide

With just over a million votes counted since the Bangkok local election polls closed at 5pm Sunday, Chadchart Sittipunt, an independent candidate, is looking likely to win the gubernatorial election…

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Democrat candidate wins by-election in Ratchaburi province

Democrat candidate Chaithip Kamolpanthip beat his rival from Thai Liberal party in the by-election in Constituency 3 of Ratchaburi province yesterday (Saturday). The unofficial vote count last night showed Chaithip…

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Aswin, Chadchart and Sita among early voters in Bangkok this morning

At least three Bangkok gubernatorial candidates were among voters at their polling stations to cast their ballots when voting started at 8am this morning (Sunday). Former transport minister Chadchart Sittipunt…

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Candidates ramp up campaigns a week before Bangkok’s gubernatorial election

With just a week to go before the Bangkok gubernatorial election, the frontrunners have stepped up their visits to people in various communities and markets to solicit their support. Accompanied…

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Thai hotels listed among TripAdvisor’s best hotels of 2022

Two of Thailand’s hotels have been included among TripAdvisor’s global list of the top 25 hotels in 2022. The hotels chosen for “Traveller’s Choice 2022 – Best of the Best…

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Thai Foreign Minister to visit Saudi Arabia to cement bilateral cooperation

Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai has been assigned by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to visit Saudi Arabia to follow-up on cooperation in all areas between Thailand and Saudi Arabia. He said…

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Supreme Patriarch advises Thais to live carefully to be happy

On Visakha Bucha Day today (Sunday), the Supreme Patriarch has advised Thai Buddhists to live life carefully in order to be happy. This is an important day for Buddhists which…

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Chinese Embassy in Thailand says controversial Lazada video is unacceptable

The Chinese Embassy in Bangkok said in its Facebook post today (Friday) that the controversial sales promotion video for Lazada’s online shopping platform, which allegedly referenced a member of the…

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Thai Health Ministry may propose lowering COVID Alert from Level 3 to 2

The Ministry of Public Health anticipates that COVID-19 infections in Thailand will be on a decline by the end of this month or in early June, which will enable it…

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Brahmins predict plentiful food, slightly more rain for Thailand this year

Thailand will have slightly more rain this year with plentiful food, according to the forecast of the Brahmins, which isbased on the food and drinks chosen by two sacred oxen…

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Your rough guide to the 2022 Bangkok gubernatorial manifestos

As we count down towards the highly-anticipated election of a new Bangkok Governor on May 22nd, which will be the first time in nine years, candidates have been intensifying their…

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Combined total of 70 billion baht spent under 3 stimulus projects by April 30th  

More than 70 billion baht, of a combination of funding from the government and consumer’s own money, has been spent under three economic stimulus projects, rolled out by the government…

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Labour, floods, parks and cables in focus for Bangkok’s gubernatorial candidates

On May Day (Labour Day) today, former transport minister Chadchart Sittipunt said that the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) should provide services to help improve the lives of workers in Bangkok,…

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Uproar over dress code for IPAC22 international conference in Bangkok

The dress code for participants in the 13th International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC’22) in Bangkok has gone viral on social media, especially among the international physicist community, after details appeared…

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Bangkok gubernatorial candidates float ideas for more public parks and trading spaces

Former Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang has proposed that garbage collection in Bangkok be increased from twice to three or four times a day. On the campaign trail in Bangkok Noi…

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Thai court grants conditional bail for former Democrat deputy leader

The Bangkok South Criminal Court granted conditional bail this afternoon (Sunday) to former Democrat deputy leader Prinn Panitchpakdi, who is currently facing sexual assault charges. Prinn posted bail surety of…

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Mass vaccine booster shots for students aged 12-17 in Thailand in May

The Public Health Ministry will, in May, start administering booster shots of Pfizer vaccine to students aged 12-17 who received their second dose 4-6 months prior. The move is to…

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Thailand’s daily COVID-19 deaths reach another new high of 128 on Sunday

Daily COVID-19 deaths in Thailand continue to rise, from yesterday’s 125 to 128 today (Sunday), while new infections dropped from 18,892 to 17,775, according to the COVID-19 Information Centre. 24,545…

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Deputy leader of Thailand’s Democrat party quits amid sexual harassment allegations

A deputy leader of the Democrat Party, Prinn Panitchpakdi, announced his resignation from all posts in the party today (Thursday), as he categorically denied multiple allegations of sexual harassment on…

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Over 100 people die on Thai roads in first 3 days of Thailand’s Songkran festival

One hundred and thirteen people have died and 853 others have been injured in 869 road accidents since Monday, during the first three days of this year’s Songkran festival, according…

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Seven suspects held over Sunday’s cherry bomb incident at Bangkok barracks

Seven youths have been taken into police custody in connection with the incident on Sunday night when a cherry bomb was thrown into the compound of the First Infantry Regiment…

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Authorities stationed at Khaosan Road to enforce water splashing ban

Police, city officials and military personnel have been deployed at Khaosan Road in Bangkok today (Thursday) to enforce the water splashing restriction, imposed by the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration…

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Thai PM says everyone must strictly comply with water splashing restriction

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has warned everyone, including tourists and business operators, that they must strictly comply with the Songkran water splashing restriction, said Government Spokesman Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana today. His announcement…

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Foreign tourists and locals take part in water fights to celebrate Thai New Year, locally known as Songkran, at Khao San Road in Bangkok on April 13, 2022. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

Tourists ignore Songkran water-fight ban on Bangkok’s Khaosan Road

A large number of locals and foreign tourists flocked to Bangkok’s Khaosan Road last night (Wednesday) to engage in Songkran water fights, despite the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration’s ban on the…

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Thais celebrate Songkran festival nationwide

Thais have braved surging COVID-19 infections to celebrate the annual Songkran festival, the traditional Thai New Year, in a joyful yet subdued manner and without the normal excited water splashing…

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International arrivals in Thailand increase after restriction easing

Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport saw a large increase in international arrivals yesterday (Sunday), as those travelling to the country no longer need a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test before their departure. The…

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Thailand’s 2022 COVID-19 antigen test positives pass one million on Saturday

This year’s COVID-19 infections in Thailand, diagnosed by means of rapid antigen tests, reached 1,015,583 yesterday (Saturday), according to COVID-19 Information Centre today. 22,476 new COVID-19 positive antigen tests were…

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Thailand to open COVID-19 Acute Respiratory Infection clinics on March 1st

COVID-19 patients in Thailand, who are asymptomatic or have only mild symptoms, will be able to access medical services at Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) clinics, in addition to home and…

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Body of Thai actress recovered from river, police consider charging helmsman of speed boat

The owner and skipper of the speed boat, in which Thai TV actress Nida “Tangmo” Patcharaveerapong was travelling with a small group of friends on Thursday evening, may face charges…

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Head of Chulalongkorn U. student council removed from his post

President of Chulalongkorn University’s Student Council, Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal, has been removed from the post after the Office of Student Affairs deducted 10 points from his “behavioural score” for gross violation…

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New COVID-19 infections hit another new high in Thailand on Saturday

Daily new COVID-19 infections in Thailand have reached another new high of 25,615 cases in the 24 hours to 7.30am today (Saturday), an increase of 683 over yesterday, and 40…

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Thai TV star Tangmo still missing, search continues

Search operations for missing Thai TV star Nida “Tangmo” Patcharaveerapong, who fell from a speedboat into the Chao Phraya River on Thursday night, continue this morning (Saturday) after over 33…

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Over 2,800 cases reported in Bangkok per day over past week

For the past week, the number of daily new COVID-19 infections in Bangkok has exceeded 2,800. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration reported today (Thursday) that 3,063 new COVID-19 infections have been…

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Thailand’s capital name to officially be changed to Krung Thep Maha Nakhon

Thailand’s Office of the Royal Society (ORST) has announced the change of the official name of Thailand’s capital, from “Bangkok” to “Krung Thep Maha Nakhon”. The name “Bangkok” will, however,…

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Removal of COVID-19 from Thailand’s universal health coverage list may be postponed

Thailand’s Deputy Public Health Minister Sathit Pitutecha said today (Sunday) that he will discuss with Anutin Charnvirakul, the Minister of Public Health, the possibility of postponing, from March 1st to…

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Two former Canadian servicemen wanted by Thai police for a murder on Phuket Island

Phuket provincial court has issued warrants for the arrest of two Canadian nationals for alleged involvement in the murder of Indian underworld character, Jimi “Slice” Sandhu, at a beachfront villa…

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Thai business delegation to visit Saudi Arabia on Feb 26th to explore trade expansion

Thai business delegation to visit Saudi Arabia on Feb 26th to explore trade expansion

A high-level Thai business delegation will visit Saudi Arabia on February 26th, the first in many years, to promote trade and business between the two countries. Sanan Angubolkul, president of…

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Oil found on Mae Ram Phueng beach and at sea as containment of the spill continues

Oil found on Mae Ram Phueng beach and at sea as containment of the spill continues

Patches of a thin film of oil were found this morning (Saturday) on Mae Ram Phueng beach and oil slicks have been detected floating in the sea near the beach….

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Alleged Thai members of a call centre gang in Cambodia deported to Thailand

Alleged Thai members of a call centre gang in Cambodia deported to Thailand

Twenty-one Thai nationals were deported to Thailand from Cambodia yesterday (Friday), after being arrested by Thai and Cambodian police in a major joint operation to crack down on a Cambodia…

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“Doing parliamentary duties” is a divisive term

Tough rules proposed to address lack of quorum problem in Thai parliament

Senator Kamnoon Sidhisamarn has voiced full support for a recommendation, from his colleague Somchai Sawaengkarn, to deal with MPs refusing to declare their presence in parliament, causing two House meetings…

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Interior minister hints at Bangkok governor election in May

Interior Minister Gen Anupong Phaochinda today hinted at the possibility that the long-awaited Bangkok governor election could be held in May this year. He said an election for the mayor…

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Krabi refuses permit to shoot “Meg 2” movie on its beaches in April and May

The Joint Public-Private Sectors Committee of Thailand’s southern province of Krabi has rejected a request from a foreign film maker to use the sea and some beaches in the province…

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Pheu Thai leader calls for House dissolution after by-election win on Sunday

Pheu Thai party leader Chonlanan Srikaew is urging Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to dissolve parliament and to hold a snap election, noting that the defeat of the ruling Palang Pracharat…

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Oil droplets washed ashore on Ao Prao beach on Samet Island

Patches of small droplets of oil, dissolved by bio dispersant,have been washed ashore on the beaches of Ao Prao bay on Samet Island today, raising concerns that they may threaten…

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Full premium refund option proposed by two ailing insurance companies

The Southeast Insurance and Thai Insurance companies have offered to repay full insurance premium to those customers who have not claimed compensation for COVID-19 infections, before the two firms cease…

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Naval vessels dispatched to help in fight oil spill in Gulf of Thailand

The Royal Thai Navy (RTN) has ordered three naval vessels from the First Fleet Command to be dispatched to help in containing oil leaking from a sunken tanker in the…

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Move Forward party unveils its candidate for Bangkok gubernatorial election

Thailand’s Move Forward party, the reincarnation of the dissolved Future Forward party, has decided to field party-list MP Wiroj Lakkhanaadisorn as its candidate to contest the Bangkok gubernatorial election this…

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Multiple charges filed against Thai police officer involved in a fatal accident

Multiple charges, including causing death by reckless driving, have been filed by Phaya Thai district police against a non-commissioned police officer who allegedly ran over a pedestrian on a Phaya…

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Operation ordered to contain oil on sunken oil tanker 24 miles from Chumphon estuary

Thailand’s Marine Department has been ordered to coordinate with the Royal Thai Navy to take immediate steps to contain oil spilling from a sunken tanker in the Gulf, before any…

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Over 100 elephant traps found near Thailand’s Phu Luang wildlife sanctuary

A complaint was lodged with police in Phu Luang district of the north-eastern province of Loei yesterday (Saturday), by officials of Phu Luang wildlife sanctuary, against some villagers who allegedly…

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Cabinet approves plans to attract long-stay foreigners to Thailand

The Thai cabinet has approved, in principle, two ministerial announcements aimed at attracting four specific groups of foreigners to stay in Thailand for up to ten years, in the hope…

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Thailand’s first ‘virtual’ monk to preach Buddhism to new generation

Thailand’s first self-styled ‘virtual’ monk, Phra Maha AI, aspires to propagate the Lord Buddha’s teachings using easily understandable language and good natured preaching, which is easily accessible to the new-generation…

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Public reminded not to lower their guard as Bangkok field hospitals get busy

Field hospitals in Bangkok admitted 2,611 COVID-infected patients over the first 14 days of the New Year as Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha repeated his appeal to the public to comply…

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Fourth phase of Thailand’s co-payment scheme to begin February 21st

 The government has decided to bring forward the 4th phase of the 50:50 co-payment economic stimulus scheme, from March 1st to February 21st, and new subscriber applications arescheduled to begin…

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2022 promises a gripping 12 months in Thai politics

Thai politics is notorious for its twists and turns, a rollercoaster of power plays that leaves voters constantly giddy and sometimes sickened. 2022 will be no different, with a host of crucial…

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Omicron: How the world’s fastest spreading virus could also end the pandemic

The Omicron variant has now spread across the globe, with new cases surging in countries including Thailand. As of Sunday (Jan 9), Worldometer.com registered 15.28 million new COVID-19 cases in…

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Forestry officials try to sedate a wounded elephant after road accident in Kanchanaburi

Park rangers from Salak Phra wildlife sanctuary, in Thailand’s western province of Kanchanaburi, have been trying to locate and sedate a wounded elephant, after it was hit by a pickup…

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Ghost ship found floating in Gulf of Thailand

A mysterious ship, believed to be a freighter, was found floating in the Gulf of Thailand, about 100 miles from the coast of Songkhla, on Wednesday night by a Thai…

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Thailand likely to postpone restart of “Test and Go” scheme until end of January

Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health will propose that the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) postpones the resumption of entry to Thailand under the “Test and Go” program until end…

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Ubon Ratchathani closes schools, cinemas, fitness clubs, gyms and stadia to stem COVID-19 spread

Citing rising COVID-19 infections in Thailand’s north-eastern province of Ubon Ratchathani, Governor Pongrat Phiromrat has ordered the closure of all schools, cinemas, fitness clubs, gyms, stadia and sports grounds from…

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Schools in Khon Kaen closed until Jan 14th, National Children’s Day postponed due to COVID-19 concerns

All schools and educational institutes in Thailand’s north-eastern province of Khon Kaen have been ordered to close until January 14th by Governor Somsak Jungtrakul. This Saturday’s National Children’s Day has…

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Thailand’s Doi Mon Jong nature trail closed after student attacked by wild elephant

Omkoi wildlife sanctuary chief Navee Silsuphakul has ordered the indefinite closure of a nature study trail on the Doi Mon Jong peak, which straddles Chiang Mai and Tak provinces, after…

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Thailand suffers 555 road accidents on New Year’s Eve, 65 killed and 535 injured

A total of 555 road accidents were recorded on New Year’s Eve in Thailand, resulting in 65 deaths and 535 people injured, on the third day of the long New…

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Thai interior ministry officials to work from home until January 14th

Thailand’s Ministry of Interior has instructed all units under its supervision to consider allowing their staff to work from home until January 14th, as a precautionary measure to prevent the…

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Chinese backpacker stranded and homeless in Thailand due to COVID-19 lockdowns in China

A Chinese backpacking tourist, who travelled to Thailand alone to explore the country about two years ago, became stranded, homeless and broke when China suddenly closed its borders to contain…

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Thailand celebrates the New Year amid Omicron fears

Fireworks burst across the skies of Thailand last night (Friday), as several provinces celebrated the arrival of the New Year, amid fears of the spread of the COVID-19 Omicron variant….

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Bangkok to plant flower gardens in public parks

If you’re planning to stay in Bangkok for the New Year holidays, you can visit these flower gardens in four public parks across the city. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA)…

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Open-billed stork blamed for F5 plane crash in Lop Buri in early December

Thailand’s Wildlife Forensic Science Centre has identified the large bird which collided with a Royal Thai Force F5 jet, causing it to crash into a rice field in Chai Badan…

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Thailand unveils plans to cope with Omicron COVID variant outbreak

Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health has unveiled plans to cope with a potential outbreak of the COVID-19 Omicron variant next year, including the reactivation of the home isolation program, as…

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Grim worst case for Thailand next year if people lower their guard against COVID-19

The Thai Ministry of Public Health has unveiled bleak pictures of three worst case scenarios in Thailand next year, if the COVID-19 Omicron variant spreads out of control while the…

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927 million baht paid to over 8,000 people suffering side effects from COVID vaccinations

Between April 5th and December 26th, Thailand’s National Health Security Office (NHSO) paid out about 927 million baht in financial aid to 8,470 people who suffered undesirable side effects after…

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All schools in Kalasin municipality closed until December 30th over Omicron concerns

The communicable disease committee in Thailand’s north-eastern province of Kalasin has ordered all schools and educational institutes located in the municipality to close until December 30th, after it was discovered…

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Toon Bodyslam – from indie rock to rocking the road for charity

Rock star Artiwara Kongmalai, better known as “Toon Bodyslam”, has returned to running for charity. But instead of being hailed again as a hero, this time he’s been slammed –…

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Night at the museum returns

Christmas has come early for those who love to explore Thai museums but prefer not to have to brave the hot sun or be overly exposed to PM2.5 particulate air…

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No pardons for corruption, drug trafficking, rape-murder convictions – Survey

Most respondents to recent NIDA Poll do not agree with the granting of pardons to convicted corrupt politicians or officials, rapist-murders, drug traffickers or those convicted of other serious crimes….

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Over 2,500 Karen refugees housed in a school in Thailand’s Mae Sot district

More than 2,500 Karen refugees are taking refuge in a temporary shelter in the compound of a school in Mae Sot district of Thailand’s western province of Tak, while 77…

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Thai officials to move remaining 600 inmates out of Krabi prison today

More than 1,100 inmates at Krabi provincial prison were transferred to prisons in Phuket, Nakhon Si Thammarat and Songkhla provinces during Friday night, with the remaining 600 to be moved…

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Thai cabinet to be asked to ease requirements for face masks in “COVID Safe” areas

Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health will ask the government to ease requirements for the wearing of face masks in “COVID Safe” areas, such as beaches and public parks. Public Health…

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Thai court stays order denying free emergency treatment of side effects of vaccines purchased at private hospitals

On Friday, the Thai Central Administrative Court ordered a stay of the Ministry of Public Health order, which excludes people who suffer side effects after being inoculated with alternative COVID-19…

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Moderna booster helps to generate antibodies against Omicron

When the Omicron variant emerged, many weren’t sure whether current mRNA vaccines could hold the fort, as they had done with variants such as the Victoria, Beta and Delta. It…

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Anti-establishment protest groups rally at three locations in Bangkok Sunday

Bangkok police warned anti-establishment protesters to refrain from violence during their protests at three locations in Bangkok this afternoon (Sunday), or face legal action. The “Ratsadon”, “Talu Gas”, “Talu Fah”,…

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Ex-KMITL rector tipped to enter Bangkok gubernatorial race

Former rector of King Mongkut Institute of Technology’s Lat Krabang campus, Dr. Suchatvee Suwansawat, is tipped to be the Democrat Party’s candidate in the Bangkok gubernatorial election early next year….

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Thailand ranked 5th in 2021 Global Health Security Index

Thailand has been ranked 5th place, and 1st place in Asia, in the 2021 Global Health Security Index. In 1st place are the United States, followed by Australia, Finland and…

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Funeral attendees in Phetchabun isolated after deceased was found to be infected with COVID-19

Over 200 people, who attended a funeral in Nong Phai district of Thailand’s northern province of Phetchabun earlier this week, have been advised to enter isolation for observation after they…

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Paivan Vannabutr: Thailand’s celebrity monk relinquishes his robes to rub shoulders with the stars

Paivan Vannabutr, who was once known as Phra Maha Paivan, looks set to become the first former Thai monk to become even more famous after giving up his saffron robes….

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Thai tourist dies and nine injured in a road accident at Doi Ang Khang in Chiang Mai

A Thai tourist was killed and nine others were hurt, including five who have serious injuries, when a van in which they were travelling crashed into roadside rocks in the…

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PM urges public not to panic over first case of Omicron variant in Thailand

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is asking the Thai public not to panic over the discovery of Thailand’s first confirmed case of the COVID-19 Omicron variant, but to remain on their…

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Search for stray tiger in Thailand’s Kamphaeng Phet province continues

Wildlife officials have been trying, albeit unsuccessfully, to track down a four-year old tiger, named Vichit, which strayed out of its habitat in Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary five days ago….

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897kgs of crystal methamphetamine bound for Taiwan seized at Bangkok port

Thai customs officials seized 897 kilograms of crystal meth at Bangkok port today (Saturday). The drugs were being transported to Taiwan. Customs officials attributed the seizure to a tipoff from…

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Security guard murdered in front of a mosque in Thailand’s Yala province

A village security guard was shot dead in front of a masjid in Muang district of the southern border province of Yala after attending Friday night prayers. The victim, Sudeng…

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Thai Central Bank warns against use of cryptocurrencies in transactions

Volatility and security risks mean that Thailand’s Central Bank remains unconvinced about the use of digital assets to purchase goods and services, as many shops have started allowing payment using…

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LGBTQ+ groups and supporters rally in Bangkok to demand equal rights

Thailand’s feminist, LGBTQ+ and pro-democracy groups held exhibitions at Ratchaprasong intersection in Bangkok today (Sunday), in support of their joint campaign seeking equal rights for all genders. Those attending the…

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Thai PBS wins two consolation prizes for online news coverage

Thai PBS has won two consolation prizes from the Online News Producers Association for its news coverage of “Doing Homework for Hire” and for its video clip on “What If…

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Royalists to rally against Amnesty International in Bangkok on Monday

Thai royalist groups will gather on Silom Road, in Bangkok’s CBD, on Monday to rally public support for its campaign to oust Amnesty International from Thailand for alleged interference in…

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Has Prayut’s order as junta chief put Thailand on gold miner’s chopping block?

New developments in negotiations between the Thai government and mining company Kingsgate Consolidated have left the public worried that Thailand will either have to pay billions of baht in compensation…

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Long-time French expat and satirist deported and blacklisted by Thai authorities

A French expatriate, well known for his Tiktok political parodies of Thailand’s military junta, government and monarchy, was forced to fly back to France late last night after he was…

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Thai telecom regulator invites DTAC and True for meetings about potential merger

Representatives of True Corporation and the Total Access Communication Company have been separately invited by the Office of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), Thailand’s telecom regulator, to clarify…

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Din Daeng stadium to be last BMA run major vaccination facility in Bangkok from Tuesday

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) will close all but one of its 25 vaccination facilities in the capital on Tuesday, but will retain the main centre at the Thai-Japanese stadium…

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Flood alert in eight southern Thai provinces from Nov 23rd- 25th

Thailand’s Royal Irrigation Department is advising people in eight southern provinces to brace for sudden flooding from Tuesday through Thursday next week, due to anticipated heavy rain brought by a…

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