Artikel tagged “Phuket Magazine News”

  • Thailand’s Constitutional Court accepts case to dissolve Thai Raksa Chart

    Thailand’s Constitutional Court accepts case to dissolve Thai Raksa Chart

    Thailand’s Constitutional Court has voted unanimously to accept the Election Commission’s ruling that the Thai Raksa Chart party be disbanded over its nomination of Princess Ubolratana as its prime ministerial candidate last Friday. The party will be given seven days to present its defence in writing before the Court deliberates on the party’s future. Meanwhile electioneering is continuing for the March 24 poll with nominated MPs for the Thai Raksa Chart party in political limbo awaiting the outcome of the hearing.

  • Amnesty for possession of cannabis in Thailand?

    Amnesty for possession of cannabis in Thailand?

    The Government is looking at a plan to grant amnesty to those who have been using, or have, cannabis in their possession, But only if they report to authorities within a given time frame. The Drug Committee approved three draft legislations for amnesty yesterday. If the drafts become law even possessors of cannabis, who are not patients or research units, will be automatically pardoned, no questions asked.

  • Capsized speedboat found in Krabi

    Capsized speedboat found in Krabi

    An unattended and capsized speedboat has been found at Koh Pakbia in Krabi.

  • Ice ice baby! Social Egg Freezing arrives in Thailand

    Ice ice baby! Social Egg Freezing arrives in Thailand

    Could 2019 be the year of the egg? It may very well be thanks to a recent growing trend into “social egg freezing.” For less than $3 a day a major healthcare provider could see many infertile patients reaping the rewards.

  • Peter Denman from Channel 3 visits Phuket’s Soi Dog Foundation

    Peter Denman from Channel 3 visits Phuket’s Soi Dog Foundation

    The famous actor from Channel 3, Thai-British Peter Denman, paid a visit to Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket on January 28. He visited so he could get to know more about the work they do and spend some quality time with the animals. He has also been nominated to be one of Soi Dog’s Brand Ambassadors as well

  • 68 year old Canadian drowns off Koh Phi Phi

    68 year old Canadian drowns off Koh Phi Phi

    PHOTO: Nui Bay, only accessible by long tail boat Police on Koh Phi Phi have confirmed that a 68 year old Canadian has died after being recovered from the water at Nui Bay. The incident happed around lunchtime yesterday (Wednesday). The man has been identified as Zbigniew Sarna and Embassy officials have been alerted

  • Air quality for Thailand – January 31

    Air quality for Thailand – January 31

    Central Thailand Everyone may begin to experience health effects; members of sensitive groups may experience more serious health effects Northern Thailand Members of sensitive groups may experience health effects. The general public is not likely to be affected.

  • Lithuanian woman saved from jumping from upper roadway at Phuket Airport – VIDEO

    Lithuanian woman saved from jumping from upper roadway at Phuket Airport – VIDEO

    VIDEO: Newshawk Phuket A Lithuanian woman has been saved after spotted standing on the side of the upper roadway at the Phuket International’s Airport terminal this afternoon.

  • Bangkok smog forces school closures and PM insists on odd/even car driving days

    Bangkok smog forces school closures and PM insists on odd/even car driving days

    The Education Ministry is ordering educational institutes in Greater Bangkok to close for two days, starting tomorrow (Thursday), after smog worsened today. The ministry will review the situation this weekend to decide whether the measures would be extended, said minister Dr Theerakiat Charoensettasin

  • Invacio Research Analytica takes aim at equivocator’s in politics

    Invacio Research Analytica takes aim at equivocator’s in politics

    ADVERTISING Invacio Research Analytics Thailand, a group subsidiary of Invacio founded by William J D West and led by Linleeya West (Thai – Swiss Educated), have just launched a multi-agent AI-driven analysis system that is designed to clean up politics and expose deceptive practices and statements in video presentations and interviews. Invacio, as a company, is intent on providing access to high technology to the man on the street and helping ordinary people to help themselves. Whether it is through their recently launched social network, Relevancy, that uses AI to deliver bespoke information to its users, while not selling their information to advertisers, or through offering access to AI-generated financial projections through another of their services, Agnes, they are delivering on their promises to make Artificial Intelligence usable and accessible for everyone.