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  •  Eight arrested with drugs and firearms in Phuket

     Eight arrested with drugs and firearms in Phuket

    Eight suspects have been arrested, along with the seizure of 700 grams of crystal methamphetamine, 12,000 methamphetamine pills, guns and ammunition, in Phuket. Police have arrested suspects – 29 year old Natakorn Tanlim, 21 year old Katareeya Kenkaew, and 27 year old Lapatsarada Kaewkong

  • One dead, 13 injured in Krabi collision – VIDEO

    One dead, 13 injured in Krabi collision – VIDEO

    VIDEO: Krabi Pitak Pracha Rescue Foundation / Newshawk Phuket A Phuket tour bus, pickup truck and car have been involved in a major incident in Krabi. One person has died, a 7 month pregnant woman sustained serious injuries and 12 people were taken to hospital with minor injuries after the collision between a Nakhon Si Thammarat to Phuket bus, a pickup truck and a car last night. Ao Nang Police in Krabi were notified of the incident at 8pm last night on Phet Kasem Road in Khao Kram, Krabi.

  • Nattaporn needs you help – nine year old Thai amputee wants a prosthetic leg

    Nattaporn needs you help – nine year old Thai amputee wants a prosthetic leg

    The mother of a young amputee in Phichit, who lost her left leg two years ago because of cancer, is asking for help to get her daughter a prosthetic leg for better mobility. The mother, Plubpueng Butrnoi, says doctors had to amputate the left leg of her 9 year old daughter Nattaporn two years ago to save her life

  • Bangkok’s Wireless Road closed for two days – 34th ASEAN Summit

    Bangkok’s Wireless Road closed for two days – 34th ASEAN Summit

    Wireless Road (Witthayu Road), one of Bangkok’s most congested and popular stretches of road, will be closed for two days during the 34th ASEAN Summit.

  • Marium, the Trang dugong, washed up on Libong beach

    Marium, the Trang dugong, washed up on Libong beach

    Six month old dugong, Marium, was released back in the sea early yesterday after she washed up onto the beach for a second time in Trang’s Libong Island. Marium was found on Krabi’s Ao Tung Beach on April 29 after getting lost and separated from her mother.and taken to Trang to recover. Dugongs are classed as “vulnerable to extinction” and protected by law in Thailand

  • Thailand to sit on UN committee from 2020

    Thailand to sit on UN committee from 2020

    PHOTO: Thailand’s Foreign Affairs Minister Don Paramudwinai Thailand has been selected as a member of the UN Economic and Social Council from 2020 to 2022 on behalf of Asia and the Pacific region, alongside China, South Korea and Bangladesh. Thailand won 186 votes in the selection process. Thailand’s Foreign Affairs Minister Don Paramudwinai also participated in the session

  • Arrests over weekend’s taxi gang violence in Bangkok, two dead – VIDEO

    Arrests over weekend’s taxi gang violence in Bangkok, two dead – VIDEO

    Two people are dead following the weekend’s violence between rival motorcycle taxi thugs. More video has emerged showing a man on the ground with others beating him with metal bars and other weapons.

  • 70 million baht set aside for planning and EIS for new light rail in Pattaya

    70 million baht set aside for planning and EIS for new light rail in Pattaya

    PHOTOS: Pattaya Watchdog Pattaya City Hall has is putting aside 70 million baht for preliminary planning, design work and Environmental Impact Statements for a proposed tram (light rail) project. The trams are part of the Thai government’s huge Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) budgets to develop Pattaya and other areas along the Eastern Seaboard. The first part of the proposed project, the Red Line, will service, specifically, the southern Pattaya beaches.

  • Bangkok to Hua Hin van operators blame Prayut but passengers say the service was “terrible”

    Bangkok to Hua Hin van operators blame Prayut but passengers say the service was “terrible”

    PHOTO: NewsBeezer A minivan service from Bangkok to Hua Hin has been forced to conclude services by the end of  June. “June and James Transport” are blaming the military government and NCPO leader Prayut Chan-o-cha. But Manager Online says reviews from customers shed a different light on the story saying the service was “terrible”

  • More internal bickering for Democrats over split of cabinet seats

    More internal bickering for Democrats over split of cabinet seats

    Democrat party MPs find themselves again torn over important decisions.. This time the party is split over the sharing of eight cabinet posts allocated to them by their leading coalition partner, Palang Pracharat.