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  • “Careless captain may be the cause of boat explosion,” Krabi Police

    “Careless captain may be the cause of boat explosion,” Krabi Police

    The Krabi Governor held a meeting yesterday to discuss about marine safety with the boat companies and tourism companies in the wake of Sunday’s boat explosion off Koh Phi Phi Ley.

  • Krabi officials to limit the number of tourists to Maya Bay

    Krabi officials to limit the number of tourists to Maya Bay

    Following thousands of tourists pouring into Maya Bay during the tourism high season and over-crowding the beach on a daily basis, the President of Krabi Industry Council, Aekawit Pinyothammanotai, said today (January 17) that the number of tourists will have to be controlled. “The number of tourists traveling to Krabi beaches keeps increasing while the resources remain the same; this results in a lot of trash, noise and overcrowded boats that makes accidents more likely and long-term environmental damage unavoidable,” he said.

  • Future of money or a fraud? Deconstructing Bitcoin in the region.

    Future of money or a fraud? Deconstructing Bitcoin in the region.

    By Asia News Network, NEW DELHI Bitcoin’s popularity in Asia has had a positive influence on other alternative cryptocurrencies such as ethereum and litecoin. Clearly there is a great demand for such digital money, even though its volatility hurts.

  • UPDATE: Boat collision off at entrance to Royal Phuket Marina channel

    UPDATE: Boat collision off at entrance to Royal Phuket Marina channel

    From yesterday… Two boats have crashed at the entrance to the Royal Phuket Marina in the channel. Boats named ‘Pimracha’ and ‘Sattakamol’ collided just off the coast resulting in six injuries including one Thai man and 5 Italian tourists. The accident happened at the entrance to the channel leading to the Royal Phuket Marina at 4:30pm.

  • THAIGER TODAY Wednesday, January 17

    THAIGER TODAY Wednesday, January 17

    Second boat incident in three days | Prawit’s offering to resign if found guilty of ‘wrongdoing’ | Smart Visa details | Krabi and Thepa coal plants ‘still happening’ | PM puts hold on cannabis crops | Tax breaks for Thai families having babies.

  • Bottlenose dolphin at Phuket dolphin show gives birth to ‘Nattya’

    Bottlenose dolphin at Phuket dolphin show gives birth to ‘Nattya’

    The General Manager of the Phuket dolphin show has revealed that the dolphin named Alice has given birth to her first baby bottlenose dolphin (calf) after about 10 months of pregnancy, on January 13. “Our team is very excited to see this very smart mammal give birth to a baby in our place. The baby is very healthy and playful and this is a great Children’s Day celebration for all our staff,” she said

  • Three nabbed over fake goods and items seized in Karon

    Three nabbed over fake goods and items seized in Karon

    An undocumented migrant from Myanmar and two others from Cambodia have been arrested in Karon for selling pirated goods.

  • Smart visa available from February 1

    Smart visa available from February 1

    The Thai Cabinet has approved a new “smart visa” to lure specialists to work in 10 targeted industries. Applications for the smart visa will begin on February 1

  • Mercedes driver knocks out hotel security guard in Patong

    Mercedes driver knocks out hotel security guard in Patong

    A bar owner in Patong, 37 year old Chana Thammawichai, the owner of the Mercedes in the video on social media, punched a hotel security guard, 27 year old Jetsada Thong-Iad, just because the guard didn’t open the barrier for him.

  • Member of a Phuket gang arrested after attempted murder

    Member of a Phuket gang arrested after attempted murder

    Police have arrested 18 year old Pisut ‘Jojo’ Pohthong with a gun that he possesses illegally (a hand-made ‘Pradit’) and seven .38 bullets, in a house on Srisutat Road in Rassada.