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    Governor follows up on bike accident that killed a Chinese tourist in Phuket

    A Chinese man, Li Jing, was killed in a road accident after a crash between his rented motorcycle and a car on Saturday, April 14 on the Kamala – Patong road.

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    Topless western dancer in Patong located by police

    Following the video of a western man dancing with only white boxers in Patong during Songkran day and let a ladyboy touching his crotch, police finally located him last night (April 15) and gave him warning for what appeared in the video.

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    Why does everything have to hep NOW?

    by Darren Scherbain My face instantly lit up when Kurt told me that there were more trees for me to chop in his garden. I’ll be over this afternoon I told him …. “Hold on”, he continued, “it’s not ready to be spilt yet.“ When did getting plugged in to EVERYTHING become the required speed at which we hustle through our day? Everything has to happen… NOW! Keeping up to speed with the THEM or THAT and so worried about falling behind can lead to more frustration and disconnection. Here are three lessons I have learned with spending some time with Kurt in his garden: 1) Patience You need to know when it’s time to harvest and when the wood is not ready to be split

  • Day Four – Road toll much higher than last year

    Day Four – Road toll much higher than last year

    Thailand’s Songran road death toll has reached 248, with 2,557 injured in 2,449 accidents during the first four days of the so-called seven dangerous Songkran days (Wednesday to Saturday).

  • HIV positive Australian begged Thai woman for sex with two year old granddaughter

    HIV positive Australian begged Thai woman for sex with two year old granddaughter

    Howard Hawke outside Bendigo Magistrates’ Court, Victoria.

  • National airports coping with the inbound and outbound crowds

    National airports coping with the inbound and outbound crowds

    PHOTO: National News Bureau The country’s second largest airport, Don Muang International, is reporting a smooth operation despite the high volume of passengers for the Songkran holiday, heading out and arriving, in Bangkok. Deputy Minister for Transport Pailin Chuchotetaworn has affirmed a full deck of immigration officials has been dispatched to the airport to facilitate outbound travelers. “Despite a large volume of people arriving at Don Muang Airport’s departure terminal, most have been met with prompt assistance and service from beefed up airline staff who recommend that those not in need of help checking their baggage use provided automatic check-in kiosks.” To address complaints over overpriced food, both Don Muang and Suvarnabhumi airports have provided passengers with pamphlets indicating where they can find differently priced foods.

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    Songkran activities around the country

    Songkran is celebrated across Thailand. It’s the annual celebration of the Thai New Year – a farewell to the hot season and a welcoming of the coming wet season.

  • Earth Hour saves power, lowers emissions – Bangkok

    Earth Hour saves power, lowers emissions – Bangkok

    Bangkok saved 2,002 megawatts of electricity as a result of observing the 2018 Earth Hour last night (Saturday). Deputy Bangkok Governor Chakkapan Phewngam revealed the results, explaining further that the figures meant savings of 7.9 million baht and the reduction of 1,026 tonnes of carbon monoxide emissions. In the capital, the Earth Hour event was held at Central Plaza Grand Rama 9 with needless electricity bulbs turned off between 8.30pm and 9.30pm

  • Tour bus drives over Kata Hill roadside

    Tour bus drives over Kata Hill roadside

    A Chinese tour bus careered over the side of a 10 metre deep last night. The driver has blamed the slippery road conditions last night. 15 Chinese tourists were injured

  • Truck crashes into motorcycle and kills 63 year old

    Truck crashes into motorcycle and kills 63 year old

    A 10-wheel truck has crashed into a motorcycle and killed a 63 year old woman, Nunoi Kraisat, instantly.