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  • Four arrested as police intercept 572 kilograms of marijuana heading south

    Four arrested as police intercept 572 kilograms of marijuana heading south

    Four suspects have been arrested after police intercepted an attempt to smuggle 572 kilograms of marijuana from Mukdahan to Songkhla. The deputy Phatthalung police chief says that two suspects were arrested in Phatthalung in a pick-up truck carrying the drugs, along with a couple who were arrested in a car that was driving ahead to advise of any checkpoints ahead

  • Fire destroys restaurant on Koh Lanta, Krabi – VIDEO

    Fire destroys restaurant on Koh Lanta, Krabi – VIDEO

    VIDEO: Krabi News PHOTOS: TNEWS Fire has damaged a restaurant on Koh Lanta in Krabi province. TNews reports that fire fighters were notified of the incident yesterday on Koh Lanta in the south of Krabi. Fire fighters and a number of fire engines arrived at the scene to find the restaurant well ablaze

  • Teenager dies after motorbike collision in Chonburi – VIDEO

    Teenager dies after motorbike collision in Chonburi – VIDEO

    VIDEO: Padung Klahran / Pattaya Message PHOTOS: Pattaya Message A teenager has died after a motorbike accident in Chonburi.

  • VIDEO: Pattaya Soi 6 bar raided, undercover prostitution and underage sex

    VIDEO: Pattaya Soi 6 bar raided, undercover prostitution and underage sex

    Police in Pattaya have raided the Coming Bar in Soi 6.

  • Thailand Post’s no-go list

    Thailand Post’s no-go list

    Twenty years ago postal services were thought to he going out of fashion as email and social media began to replace people sending letters in the post. But that’s all changed now as online retail services are making the world’s postal services busier than ever. Including Thailand Post

  • Counterfeit clothing seized in Pattaya raid

    Counterfeit clothing seized in Pattaya raid

    PHOTOS: Pattaya Message Officers have seized counterfeit goods at shops along Pattaya Beach yesterday. Pattaya officers raided a department store near the city’s beach area. Officers have seized counterfeit goods such as hats, shirts and pants from three shops in a department store with a value around 500,000 baht.

  • 49 year old Israeli, deported after dismembering wife in Bangkok, arrested in eastern Thailand

    49 year old Israeli, deported after dismembering wife in Bangkok, arrested in eastern Thailand

    PHOTO: INN News The immigration chief told media yesterday that an Israeli man convicted for dismembering his wife and dumping her body parts back in 2004, has been caught in Sa Kaew’s Aranyaprathet district, near the Cambodian border, at the Rong Kleua market. 49 year old Eli Cohen was sentenced to life in prison in December 2004 for murdering his wife, cutting her up and putting her remains in a suitcase

  • Police raid Soi 6 bar in Pattaya, undercover prostitution and underage sex

    Police raid Soi 6 bar in Pattaya, undercover prostitution and underage sex

    Police in Pattaya have raided the Coming Bar in Soi 6. They allegedly uncovered evidence of prostitution and underage sex on the premises

  • Surachate won’t be returning to Royal Thai Police

    Surachate won’t be returning to Royal Thai Police

    Thailand’s deputy PM Prawit Wongsuwon has dissed rumours that former Immigration chief Surachate Hakparn is poised for a return to the Royal Thai Police. Read The Thaiger’s weekend story HERE . Over the weekend Thai media reported that the former high-profile policeman and eventual Immigration Chief, was set for a sensational return and was about to be appointed to a senior position with the police force.

  • Banned. Thai airports cracking down what you can take on board

    Banned. Thai airports cracking down what you can take on board

    Thailand’s CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) is urging airports to more strictly enforce security regulations that would prohibit a longer list of things being taken aboard. The upgraded ban covers foods, liquids and cosmetics that are now limited to containers that have a capacity of no more than 100 millilitres (a tenth of a litre). These items will be restricted and you won’t be able to take them into any of the passenger areas or on an aircraft.