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  • Greedy Nakhon Ratchasima Facebookers get scammed out of 1 million baht

    Greedy Nakhon Ratchasima Facebookers get scammed out of 1 million baht

    Beware the scammers who are now diversifying onto social media in order to con their prey. Same old tricks just new platforms.

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    Entertainment venues in Patong, connected to the Sattahip murder, found illegal

    Police last night (July 31) raided an entertainment business on Bangla Road which allegedly belongs to one of the Chonburi double murder suspects. The business was found to be illegal. Chonburi police, investigating the brazen double execution-style murder in the car park at Buddha Mountain in Sattahip, say initial investigations were able to uncover a number of possible motives and implicate an initial set of suspects.

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    Arrest warrant issued for Patong bar owner linked to the double murder in Sattahip

    Two houses in Patong,  linked to a suspect in the double murder at Sattahip, Chonburi, remain under surveillance but there hasn’t been any activity according to police. Chonburi police, investigating the double execution-style murders in the car park of Buddha Mountain in Sattahip, say their initial investigations revealed a number of possible motives in the gruesome hit

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    Illegal bird feed vendors arrested at Tha Pae Gate, Chiang Mai.

    Chiang Mai City Life is reporting that the pigeons at Tha Pae Gate have been an ongoing issue for the city as their numbers has been reportedly increasing. In the attempt to prevent an infestation of pigeons in the area, Chiang Mai Municipality enacted a law prohibiting any street vendor in the area to sell bird feed. For tourists and locals, it is not uncommon to have someone try and sell bird feed to you at the gate, despite this law.

  • July stats see a small drop in tourists through Thai airports

    July stats see a small drop in tourists through Thai airports

    July 2018 stats from the AoT (Airports Authority of Thailand) indicates that fewer tourists went through Thai airports than expected. Channel 7 News reports that, while there was still an increase of 4% compared to the same month in 2017, the numbers buck the overall trend which has seen an average 9% rise in usage per month since the start of this year. Nitinai Sirisamatkarn, a senior manager at Airports of Thailand believes the downturn has nothing to do with Chinese people cancelling their holidays.vMany in the tourism sector fear the boat accident in Phuket would affect tourism but Nitinai says the main reason is the fewer arrivals of European visitors into Suvarabhumi

  • Four killed and two badly injured in Prachuap Khiri Khan head-on

    Four killed and two badly injured in Prachuap Khiri Khan head-on

    Four people have been killed and two others injured after a pickup lost control at a curve and crashed head-on with another pickup travelling in the opposite lane in Prachuap Khiri Khan. Police say the accident happened last night (Tuesday) on the Phetkasem-Dan Singkhon road in Ban Nong Nam Khao village in Tambon Klong Wan of Muang district.

  • Tourist sniffs a new scam after Walking Street on-the-spot litter fine

    Tourist sniffs a new scam after Walking Street on-the-spot litter fine

    A new scam? The ‘spot fine for littering’ scam? An Iranian tourist is voicing his suspicions after being fined for littering on a Pattaya walking street early today (Wednesday) by men who are claiming to be Pattaya City officials, but failed to issue a receipt

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    Body of missing boy washed up on Nai Yang Beach

    PHOTO: The Royal Thai Navy The body of an 11 year old boy has been found on Nai Yang beach this morning (Aug 1).

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    Air traffic controllers didn’t follow standard procedures during MH370 flight – Report

    PHOTO: News In Flight In the wake of the release of the final official report into the disappearance of Malaysian Airways flight MH370 yesterday, new details have emerged about a departure from ‘standard operating procedures’ at the time the Boeing 777 ‘vanished’ from radar. Air traffic controllers in KL and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, did not act according to the SOPs (standard operating procedures) on March 8, 2014, causing a significant delay in detecting the disappearance of the flight

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    Karen spiritual leader Ko-ee gets Thai ID card. Only had to wait 107 years.

    PHOTO: Thai PBS Spiritual leader of ethnic Karens of Kaeng Krachan forest in Phetchaburi, 107 year old Ko-ee Meeme, registered for a Thai identity card at the Kaeng Krachang district office yesterday after he was granted Thai citizenship. On hand to witness the ID card registration were Mrs Tuenjai Deethet, a member of the National Human Rights Commission, and children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Ko-ee Meeme, affectionately known as Grandfather Ko-ee