Artikel tagged “Bangkok”

  • Dodgy dentists charged over low-cost dental braces

    Dodgy dentists charged over low-cost dental braces

    The Children and Women Protection Sub-Division of the police on Saturday confiscated dental braces and improper equipment from two Bangkok shops alleged to having provided illegal dental brace placement services, said sub-division superintendent Pol Colonel Jirakrit Jaruyapat. The simultaneous raid of “Ploy” and “Pink” shops at the Sai Tai Mai Centre Market in Taling Chan district on Saturday night also led to the arrest of two shop owners – 37 year old Suthan (last name withheld) and 24 year old Pornthira (last name withheld) Jirakrit told the press conference at 11pm following the bust.

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    21 year old Australian Jaydon Sienkiewicz remains in serious condition

    Thursday’s stabbing on a young Australian man in a Pattaya night club is making headlines overseas, particularly in Australia. News.com.au is reporting that the 21 year old’s Thai stepmother was ‘horrified’ when he went to the bathroom and returned covered in blood

  • Bangkok Airline and Lao Airline sign codeshare

    Bangkok Airline and Lao Airline sign codeshare

    Bangkok Airways and Lao Airlines have now agreed on a code shares for flights between Laos and Thailand.

  • Thai Airways to end its Samui flights this September

    Thai Airways to end its Samui flights this September

    PHOTO: planespooters.net Thai Airways is scrapping its Bangkok-Samui flights from September this year. The airline’s been flying Bangkok to Samui, return, twice a day in a Boeing 737 carrying up to 149 passengers

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    Seven die in motorway smash

    PHOTOS: @js100radio Seven people have been killed and four others wounded in a multiple-vehicle crash at Chonburi on the Bangkok inbound lane of Motor Way last night (Friday). The accident involving an 18 wheel truck, a 10 wheel truck, an SUV and a pick-up truck at the 57+800 kilometre marker happened around 7pm, resulting in a severe traffic jam.

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    Tight security in Bangkok and Northeast ahead of pro-election rallies

    Authorities are tightening security in Bangkok and the Northeast provinces today as pro-election activists gather to march to Government House with an ultimatum to hold a general election by late this year, not next year as the junta plans. A few hundreds activists led by the Democratic Restoration Group gathered yesterday at Thammasat University’s Tha Prachan campus less than 5 kilometres from the country’s administrative hub. Their plan to stay overnight at the campus was prohibited by police.

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    Ginja Taste Restaurant named one of Thailand Tatler Best Restaurants 2018

    Executive Chef Dietmar Spitzer (5nd from right) alongside with Mr. Libor Secka (7th from left), Director of Food & Beverage posed together with their dedicated Food & Beverage team JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa in Mai Khao has added to its global reputation with its authentic Thai restaurant. Ginja Taste recently receiving the gastronomic award in an annual Thailand Tatler’s Best Restaurants 2018, a respected guide to the best of fine dining in Thailand and reliable source for Thailand’s foodies.

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    ‘Furious Aunties’ receive 1.47 million baht compensation, pending appeal

    A Bangkok family could receive more than 1.47 million baht compensation for inconvenience because of the authorities’ failure to prevent “illegal markets” from operating around their house if the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) loses its appeal against a lower court verdict. The Central Administrative Court on Wednesday decided to award compensation to the Saengyoktrakarn family and also ordered the relevant authorities to ensure there were no markets or stalls around the family’s house. “I agree with the decision to remove the market

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    Some psychiatric medications, plus too much water, can be deadly in summer heat

    Health officials are warning people taking medication for psychiatric problems, particularly schizophrenia, to limit their water intake in the summer heat. Mental Health experts are advising that the thirst resulting as a side effect of commonly prescribed medications could prompt people to drink too much water and leave them at risk of contracting potentially deadly hyponatremia.

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