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  • THAIGER TODAY Thursday, December 7

    THAIGER TODAY Thursday, December 7

    Two fallen electrical poles cause traffic disruption this morning | Severe flooding in Nakhon Si Thammarat | No 3-Star Michelin restaurants in BKK | NACC chasing an explanation from Prawit | Phramongkutklao Hospital bomber sent to jail.

  • Patong Tunnel update

    Patong Tunnel update

    Patong Mayor, Chalermluck Kebsup, has provided an update about progress on the long-mooted infrastructure project. She says the proposal has now passed the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) stage and will be considered by the main planning committee soon.

  • Kamala vendors complain about illegal foreign vendors

    Kamala vendors complain about illegal foreign vendors

    30 local vendors of Kamala Beach led by Samran Kodsan headed to the Kamala Police Station yesterday (December 6) to complain about foreign vendors working illegally on Kamala Beach. The vendors say that the foreigners from Myanmar, Bangladesh and Vietnam have been working as vendors on the beach for a while and often try to pressure beachgoers to buy their items which, they claim, are low quality.

  • No Michelin Three Star restaurants in Bangkok

    No Michelin Three Star restaurants in Bangkok

    The inaugural Michelin Guide Bangkok on Wednesday announced 14 one-starred and three two-starred restaurants at its debut at Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok. No restaurant was awarded the ultimate accolade of three stars

  • Phuket Governor visits dog shelter to check on renovations

    Phuket Governor visits dog shelter to check on renovations

    Phuket’s Governor, Norapat Plodthong, visited the Suan Pa Bang Kanun Dog Shelter yesterday (December 5) to check on the progress of its renovation.

  • Phuket locals protest over community land claim

    Phuket locals protest over community land claim

    About 100 villagers from the Prachasamakkee community gathered at the Phuket provincial hall at 9 am today (December 6) to call for their rights to live on the land of the community, after 70 villagers have been sued by a person claiming to be the landlord. The protest was led by the community leader, Surasak Tainapriew, alongside the secretary of the community, Weerayut Jaesoh, who handed their complaint letter to Phuket’s Governor through the Vice Governor, Prakob Wongmaneerung. “The reason for the protest today is that the villagers who have lived on the land of the community for more than 10 years understand that the land was unoccupied.

  • 62 year old jailed over Phra Mongkutklao Hospital bomb attack

    62 year old jailed over Phra Mongkutklao Hospital bomb attack

    PHOTO: Early responders race to the Phra Mongkutklao Hospital following the explosion – The Nation The Criminal Court has convicted a former Electricity Generating of Thailand engineer for launching a bomb attack inside the Phra Mongkutklao Hospital in May. He’s been sentenced to 27 years in jail.

  • THAIGER TODAY Wednesday, December 6

    THAIGER TODAY Wednesday, December 6

    THAIGER TODAY.

  • Car crash in Krabi kills six

    Car crash in Krabi kills six

    A pickup truck traveling from Trang province to Krabi lost control and hit an electric pole, killing all 6 passengers last night (December 5). The pick up truck driven by a retired policeman, 61 year old Prayad Jongrak, with other 5 family members, was found crashed into the high-voltage electric pole on Petchakasem Road heading towards Krabi in Nuaklong district

  • Positive drug test – awaiting confirmation of epilepsy claim

    Positive drug test – awaiting confirmation of epilepsy claim

    A man who claims he suffered an epileptic seizure that caused him to lose control of his car and kill two people and injure 15 others in Pattaya on Monday, was under the influence of drugs at the time, police said yesterday.