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  • UPDATE: Krabi rape case

    UPDATE: Krabi rape case

    The results from a complete body examination of the 15 year old girl from Krabi, who was allegedly raped by her stepfather for five consecutive years, will be ready in one month. The President of Muslims for Peace revealed that the stepfather also forced her to get an abortion when he realised she was pregnant. “The relatives told me that the girl bled a lot and they learned from her that the stepfather forced her to undertake a medical procedure to hide what he had done,” said the President of Muslim for Peace, Krabi Branch, Montree Khaokham.

  • 90 flights cancelled over Loy Krathong

    90 flights cancelled over Loy Krathong

    Several airlines have cancelled a total of 90 flights to and from Chiang Mai during the Loy Krathong Festivities today and tomorrow out of safety concerns.

  • Phew, that’s the first day done – new lifeguard regime

    Phew, that’s the first day done – new lifeguard regime

    Today (October 1), Phuket’s Governor visited the Marine Safety Centres in Patong and Karon to cheer up the temporary beach lifeguard teams whilst two tourists were saved from the waters off Nai Harn Beach thanks to volunteers this afternoon. Following the end of the Phuket Lifeguard Company contract yesterday, Phuket Governor Norapat Plodthong visited the two locations which had gathered the support of volunteer lifeguards, defence volunteers, local administration staff, police and officers from Royal Thai Navy Area 3

  • Phuket Lifeguards finish this Saturday – not renewing contract

    Phuket Lifeguards finish this Saturday – not renewing contract

    There will be no more lifeguard on Phuket beaches from the end of this month according to Phuket Lifeguard after 7 years of duty. The meeting of the Phuket Lifeguards announced that the Company won’t be joining the auction organised by the Phuket OrBorJor this year.

  • Special Report: Full moon fever more contagious on East Coast

    Special Report: Full moon fever more contagious on East Coast

    Special Report In a country that markets itself to the world as “fun”, the debaucheries of Thailand’s full moon parties have stolen the spotlight as concerns mount over the safety of young partygoers seeking to break loose from reality and walk on a moonbeam.

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