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  • UPDATE: Kalasin shooting. Husband dies after shooting.

    UPDATE: Kalasin shooting. Husband dies after shooting.

    A Kalasin private school executive, shot in the head after a Valentine’s Day fight with his wife, has died in hospital as a result of his injuries.

  • Husband shot after wife questions “mystery” phone call

    Husband shot after wife questions “mystery” phone call

    A man in Kalasin was seriously wounded with a gunshot to the head early this morning. Kalisan is in the north-east of Thailand. Daily News reports that the man’s wife says she was ‘furious’ after her husband refused to explain a mystery phone call during a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner

  • Why is Thailand so popular for medical tourists?

    Why is Thailand so popular for medical tourists?

    Considered to be one of the most popular destinations for contemporary medical tourism, Thailand continues to see a surge in patients seeking top quality, affordable care. From Bangkok to Chiang Mai and the beaches of Phuket, thousands visit annually, combining luxury travel with first-rate quality care, for the ultimate medical tourism holiday

  • Update on renovations to Krabi International Airport

    Update on renovations to Krabi International Airport

    The Thailand Airports Authority has updated the expansion and refurbishment plans currently underway at Krabi International Airport. They report that work on a third terminal building will be completed by 2022. Manager Online reports that Amphawan Wannako, the director-general, says that work is also being done to refurbish Terminals 1 and 2, including the car parks

  • Fake visa stamp gang arrested in Nonthaburi

    Fake visa stamp gang arrested in Nonthaburi

    PHOTO: Immigration Bureau Two Thais have been arrested over fake visa stamps being used at a foreign employment agency in Nonthaburi, northern Bangkok, yesterday. The Immigration Bureau reports that the Nonthaburi Immigration Office was notified of the allegedly fake visa stamps.

  • Missing Chiang Rai mother found safe in Kunming after 8 months

    Missing Chiang Rai mother found safe in Kunming after 8 months

    A missing 59 year old Thai woman, reportedly suffering from Alzheimers, has been found in Kunming, China’s Yunnan province, about 700 kilometres  from her home in Thailand. She was reported missing from the northern province of Chiang Rai eight months ago. Kunming police found the woman, Kaewmanee Arjor, walking alone on a highway and alerted Thai officials in the Chinese city.

  • Motorbike driver dies after his head crushed in Udon Thani, truck driver flees

    Motorbike driver dies after his head crushed in Udon Thani, truck driver flees

    A motorbike driver has died after his head was crushed by a truck and trailer yesterday.

  • Thai-Indian Funfair in Bangkok tomorrow

    Thai-Indian Funfair in Bangkok tomorrow

    The fifth Thai-Indian Funfair returns to Srinakharinwirot University in Bangkok tomorrow (Saturday) to strengthen cultural relations between both countries.

  • Cobra Gold troops drink blood from decapitated cobras in annual jungle ceremony

    Cobra Gold troops drink blood from decapitated cobras in annual jungle ceremony

    Thailand and US military forces have joined in the opening ceremony for the annual Cobra Gold military exercise. Cobra Gold is the largest biggest military exercise of its kind in the Asia-Pacific region with 29 nations taking part as participants or observers

  • Thailand’s Constitutional Court accepts case to dissolve Thai Raksa Chart

    Thailand’s Constitutional Court accepts case to dissolve Thai Raksa Chart

    Thailand’s Constitutional Court has voted unanimously to accept the Election Commission’s ruling that the Thai Raksa Chart party be disbanded over its nomination of Princess Ubolratana as its prime ministerial candidate last Friday. The party will be given seven days to present its defence in writing before the Court deliberates on the party’s future. Meanwhile electioneering is continuing for the March 24 poll with nominated MPs for the Thai Raksa Chart party in political limbo awaiting the outcome of the hearing.