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  • Record turnout expected on final day to pay respects before Royal Urn

    Record turnout expected on final day to pay respects before Royal Urn

    Tens of thousands of mourners are forming long queues today (Thursday) to pay their last respects to His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej in the Dusit Maha Prasat Throne Hall of the Grand Palace in Bangkok on the final day for public viewing of the Royal Urn. The Royal Household Bureau on Thursday reported that 12,628,642 mourners had viewed the Royal Urn in the past 336 days.

  • Deadline looms for international aviation report card

    Deadline looms for international aviation report card

    The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) is expected to deliver its verdict soon on whether it will lift its “red flag” on Thailand’s aviation safety status, deputy Army spokesperson Colonel Sirichan Ngathong said on Wednesday. The ICAO Coordinated Validation Mission visited Thailand from September 20-27, to inspect and evaluate the country’s new aviation safety regulatory system. Sirichan said the mission normally spent about a month determining its evaluation, so its ruling is expected some time this month

  • THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, October 3

    THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, October 3

    ‘Trade talk’ between Prayut and Donald at White House | Police have issued a Blue Notice to Interpol over Yingluck’s disappearance | Thailand looking to revise it’s GDP predictions | Khon Kaen bus driver caught using his phone whilst driving.

  • Solving Samui’s rubbish problem

    Solving Samui’s rubbish problem

    by Su Buchanan, Samui Times Fully funded green energy project could solve Samui’s garbage problem but will the Surat Thani Governor allow it? The escalating garbage problem in Koh Samui is no secret.

  • THAIGER TODAY Monday, October 2

    THAIGER TODAY Monday, October 2

    Coming from Bang Wad in Kathu today… A 23 year old Chinese tourist, Shi Yieing, drowned over the weekend | US President and the Thai PM meet today in Washington for talks | More pink fire jellyfish found off Koh Hong | Sunday’s Run 2Gether in Phuket Town a high success. The post THAIGER TODAY Monday, October 2 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • Thai PM promises to shorten his weekly Friday night address

    Thai PM promises to shorten his weekly Friday night address

    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha says he’s going to continue with his weekly “Returning Happiness to the People” address on Friday nights, but is promising to cut the speech down by 50%, to around 20 minutes.

  • THAIGER TODAY Monday, September 25

    THAIGER TODAY Monday, September 25

    Truck crash in Saraburi kills four | Aussie detained at BKK airport for trying to smuggle 26 new iPhones | Weather warning out for southern provinces | Police on the hunt for third suspect in San Buri bombing | Thai Air Asia adds more HKT flights | Phuket’s Car Free Day, report from yesterday. The post THAIGER TODAY Monday, September 25 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • “Show us the evidence” – Pheu Thai Party

    “Show us the evidence” – Pheu Thai Party

    Update from The Nation The caretaker secretary-general of Pheu Thai Party, Phumtham Wechayachai, on Friday urged authorities to show clear evidence whether policemen who were interrogated on Thursday night were involved in the flight of former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra. He asked for evidence such as pictures showing Yingluck in the suspected car or the detained suspect, a police Colonel, driving the car. “I can only hope that those who have been interrogated are not scapegoats,” Phumtham told The Nation.

  • BREAKING NEWS – Another Pattani bomb attack

    BREAKING NEWS – Another Pattani bomb attack

    Violence continued in the southern province of Pattani on Friday, the holy day observed by Muslims, when insurgents detonated a roadside bomb to ambush a patrol unit of rangers in Sai Buri district, killing six and injuring another ranger and a civilian. The attack occurred on highway No 42 ion Ban Tabing road in Tambon Tabing at 6.40am.

  • Krabi Massacre – Alleged murderers prosecution progress

    Krabi Massacre – Alleged murderers prosecution progress

    Krabi prosecutor, Pichet Chaokijka, said yesterday (September 19) that Surifat Bannobwongsakul alongside his 8 companions, who are allegedly responsible for the massacre of Khao Ngam’s village chief, Worayuth Sanglang and his family members including his two young daughters and totaling 8 casualties, are being prosecuted as his accusation draft has been filed (see our earlier story HERE).