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    41 more sterilised monkeys released back on Koh Sirey

    41 sterilised monkeys have been released back to Koh Sirey yesterday (June 20). Another 52 monkeys were captured at Koh Sirey for sterilisation while 42 sterilised monkeys were released back to Soi King Kaew in Rassada on Monday (June 18). Read more HERE .

  • Some stingray and sawfish species now declared ‘protected’

    Some stingray and sawfish species now declared ‘protected’

    PHOTO: Green sawfish.  Survival, Self Sufficiency and Sustainable Living Some types of the stingray and sawfish family will now be declared as protected species.

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    Bank of Thailand braces for trade war fallout

    By Wichit Chaitrong “The trade row has increased the uncertainties for Thailand’s economy because it could have a negative impact on Thai exports, businesses, employment, consumption and investment.” Central bank keeps policy rate unchanged to facilitate growth; forecasts for GDP and export growth revised upwards amid weakening of the baht. Protectionism, stirred by the trade disputes between the United States and China, remains the biggest risk to the Thai economy and was partly responsible for the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) keeping the policy rate unchanged to further accommodate economic growth – this according to the central bank yesterday.

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    Clear the town! Bangkok Airways Phuket Half Marathon – August 5.

    The streets are cleared, the roadways barren of traffic, all is ready. The Bangkok Airways Phuket Half Marathon 2018 coming up on August 5 is more than just a race. It is a chance to observe the local way of life and appreciate the area’s landmarks and Sino-Portuguese architecture from a different perspective in busy Phuket town –  from the streets themselves which will be cleared of traffic along the race route.

  • Clear the streets! Bangkok Airways Phuket Half Marathon – August 5.

    Clear the streets! Bangkok Airways Phuket Half Marathon – August 5.

    The streets are cleared, the roadways barren of traffic, all is ready. The Bangkok Airways Phuket Half Marathon 2018 coming up on August 5 is more than just a race. It is a chance to observe the local way of life and appreciate the area’s landmarks and Sino-Portuguese architecture from a different perspective in busy Phuket town –  from the streets themselves which will be cleared of traffic along the race route

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    Executed 26 year old had grilled chicken and rice for final meal

    In the wake of Thailand’s first execution in nine years, a few more details have emerged about the prisoner’s last moments and of his family. According to witnesses, the first man to be executed in Thailand in nine years was calm during the last few moments of his life. Identified only as Thirasak by authorities, the 26 year old remained expressionless as he walked to a room for the fatal injection on Monday

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    mu Space wants to send your name to space

    Space and satellite company mu Space is sending its first experimental payload beyond the Earth’s atmosphere and it wants to include a list of space fans’ names on it.

  • Sadvertising: The art of making us cry and selling stuff

    Sadvertising: The art of making us cry and selling stuff

    “Sadvertising is a consumer advertising trend in which ad creators are using a certain set of strategies to play on people’s emotions and touch off feelings of sadness, melancholy or wistfulness.

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    2.8 million tourists visit Thailand in May

    Tourist arrivals in Thailand gained 6.3% to 2.8 million in May 2018.

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    Krabi bridge washed away in heavy rain

    Officers from the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) Krabi Office brought in machinery to Tupprik Sub-District yesterday (June 19) to fix the Huay To Bridge after it was damaged by flash flooding yesterday. The damage of the bridge blocked a local community of 30 houses near Khao Panom Benja National Park as well as officers at the national park. Cars couldn’t pass as the bridge was completely damaged and totally unserviceable. Head of DDMP Krabi Paisan Kunsri says, “we are repairing the bridge while making a temporary bridge as quickly as possible to help locals cope in the meantime