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    ^^ LOL. I like it.

    ^^ LOL. I like it.
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    Sticky: Denmark to End Most COVID Restrictions and...

    Denmark to End Most COVID Restrictions and 'Welcome the Life We Knew Before'

    Denmark Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced on January 26 Denmark would be throwing out most of the COVID-19...
  3. Former staff of fallen COVID insurer rally to demand overdue payments

    A group of former employees of the now-defunct “The One Insurance” company rallied in front of Thailand’s Office of the Insurance Commission (OIC) since this morning (Thursday) to demand their unpaid...
  4. More than 300 students at Ratchaburi boarding school catch COVID-19

    More than 300 female students attending a boarding school, in the Pak Tho district of Thailand’s Ratchaburi province, have been found to be infected with COVID-19, but none are in serious condition,...
  5. Regulator says insurer suffering massive loss over COVID claims cannot close down yet

    Thailand’s Office of Insurance Commission (OIC) said that the financially-troubled Southeast Life Insurance Company cannot just shut down, as it has to receive a permission from the OIC first, amid...
  6. Royal Thai Police to consider removing crosswalk...

    Royal Thai Police to consider removing crosswalk at Kidney Institute Hospital following fatal road accident in Bangkok

    The Royal Thai Police is planning to discuss with the Bhumirajanagarindra...
  7. Unidentified young man badly beaten on Pattaya Beach overnight

    An unidentified young man, believed by Pattaya Police to be a Thai national, was badly beaten while on Pattaya Beach late last night, January 26th, 2022.

    The man was discovered by a beach mat...
  8. Pattaya police arrest a shirtless, intoxicated, foreign man in South Pattaya for alle

    Pattaya Police announced through their social media channels that they arrested a foreign national early this morning for allegedly causing a major public disturbance.

    Details were limited but the...
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    Sticky: Omicron Deaths in U.S. Exceed Delta’s Peak as...

    Omicron Deaths in U.S. Exceed Delta’s Peak as Covid-19 Optimism Rises in Europe

    More signs emerged that the Omicron wave is taking a less serious human toll in Europe than earlier phases of the...
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    Minimum Wage Raise Under Scrutiny

    The Labour Ministry will conduct a feasibility study on the impact of increasing the minimum daily wage while the Thai Labour Solidarity Committee (TLSC) suggests the rate should be set at 492 baht....
  11. Ghostly monkey among 224 new Mekong region species

    https://teakdoor.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=81886&stc=1

    BANGKOK (AP) — A monkey with ghostly white circles around its eyes is among 224 new species listed in the World Wildlife Fund’s latest...
  12. PM Orders Swift Handling of Leaked Crude Oil Near Map Ta Phut

    RAYONG (NNT) - Much of the crude oil that leaked near Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate in Rayong has now been contained, after an amount of crude started leaking from an undersea pipeline at about 9 pm...
  13. Naklua Walk and Eat festival in Pattaya to resume in early February

    The 13th annual Naklua Walk and Eat Festival in Pattaya is set to be resumed next month.


    The Pattaya City Public Relations Department announced on January 7th, 2022, that they had decided to...
  14. Suspects arrested in Chonburi for allegedly operating illegal online gambling website

    Two suspects have been arrested in the Mueang Chonburi district earlier this week for allegedly operating illegal online gambling websites with more than 100,000 members and generating more than 100...
  15. Thailand and Saudi Arabia agree to restore...

    Thailand and Saudi Arabia agree to restore diplomatic relationship

    Thailand and Saudi Arabia mutually agreed to restore a diplomatic relationship and begin a new era of bilateral relations, Thai...
  16. So far, freight on new Laos-China high-speed railway only goes one way

    Laos is eager to begin shipping goods to China via the newly completed Lao-China railway, but coronavirus controls at the border are preventing exporters from cashing in on what was supposed to be a...
  17. Some interesting illustrations here. Tragic...

    Some interesting illustrations here.


    Tragic accident inspires illustrations highlighting lack of road safety in Thailand

    Tragic accident inspires illustrations highlighting lack of road...
  18. Almost 900 evacuated from Machu Picchu area as rains slam Peru

    Almost 900 people were evacuated from the tourist town serving Machu Picchu, the Inca jewel of Peru’s travel industry, amid rains and floods that left one person missing and several homes destroyed,...
  19. 50-50 Scheme To Re-launch Sooner Than Expected

    The popular Khon La Khrueng (Half-Half) scheme will be re-launched sooner than planned although the subsidy for subscribers will be trimmed, the government announced.


    The cabinet yesterday...
  20. Woman breaks her own finger for insurance money

    A woman had been found to break her own finger in an insurance fraud case. The Crime Suppression Division arrested Nusara 39 year old from Songkhla Province. The woman is wanted by an arrest warrant...
  21. Thai Auto Part Manufacturers to Shift to EV Part Production

    BANGKOK (NNT) - According to the Chairman of the Auto Parts Club under the Federation of Thai Industries, Mr. Pinai Sirinakorn, it is expected that EV vehicles will soon replace vehicles that rely on...
  22. Gold Price Could Reach 28,700 - 28,900 Baht Before Chinese New Year : YLG

    BANGKOK (NNT) - YLG Bullion International Company has predicted that the local gold price could climb within the range of 28,700 baht to 28,900 baht, despite negative effects from the US Federal...
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    BoT Considering Use of Stablecoins

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Bank of Thailand (BoT) is planning to promote the use of Stablecoins to pay for goods and services and to help develop financial innovation.


    The central bank has been...
  24. Thai PM visits Saudi to mend ties broken by Blue Diamond Affair

    BANGKOK -- Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha today began an official two-day visit to Saudi Arabia, foreshadowing a diplomatic thaw in relations made icy by a string of capers and assassinations...
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    Sticky: Australia marks two years since first COVID case...

    Australia marks two years since first COVID case with another high death count


    Australia on Tuesday recorded one of its highest number of deaths in a day from COVID-19 as an outbreak of the...
  26. Naval vessels dispatched to help in fight oil spill in Gulf of Thailand

    The Royal Thai Navy (RTN) has ordered three naval vessels from the First Fleet Command to be dispatched to help in containing oil leaking from a sunken tanker in the Gulf of Thailand, about 24...
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    Ireland says Russian war games off its coast 'not...

    Ireland says Russian war games off its coast 'not welcome'

    BRUSSELS (AP) — Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said Monday that Russia plans to holds war games off his country’s coast, in a move...
  28. Banglamung Police back to regular police checkpoints in the Pattaya area

    The Banglamung Police has returned to regularly set up checkpoints with CCTV mobile cameras in the Pattaya area after an extended break during Covid19 restrictions over the past year and a half.
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  29. 77-year-old motorbike rider dies in front of his home after being hit by a pickup

    A 77-year-old driver has been pronounced dead at the scene directly in front of his house after his motorbike collided with a pickup truck in the Ban Bueng district.

    Emergency responders were...
  30. Pattaya Mayor confirms Chinese New Year event will be only religious/ceremonial

    In a brief update from a previous story, Pattaya Mayor Sonthaya Khunplume has confirmed that this year’s Chinese New Year Festival will be only ceremonial/religious events without events that draw...
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    EU ready to impose "never-seen-before" sanctions...

    EU ready to impose "never-seen-before" sanctions if Russia attacks Ukraine, Denmark says

    BRUSSELS, Jan 24 (Reuters) - The European Union is ready to impose "never-seen-before" economic sanctions...
  32. Thread: Dinner

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    This one is good also but hard to find outside...

    This one is good also but hard to find outside Japan.

    https://teakdoor.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=81724&stc=1
  33. Thread: Dinner

    by misskit
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    You can buy the Japanese curry roux in the...

    You can buy the Japanese curry roux in the groceries in Thailand. Makes for a great easy dinner. Just brown the meat and veggies, add water, then the sauce cubes. A bit of variety in flavors and...
  34. Multiple charges filed against Thai police officer involved in a fatal accident

    Multiple charges, including causing death by reckless driving, have been filed by Phaya Thai district police against a non-commissioned police officer who allegedly ran over a pedestrian on a Phaya...
  35. Thai Fruit Takes a Major Step in the International Market

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Thai processed fruit is taking a big step in the export market. To improve the potential of export products, the Thai government is lending farmers support as well as helping to...
  36. Bangkok and Northern Provinces to See Rising PM2.5 Levels Next Week

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Center for Air Pollution Mitigation (CAPM) has warned that Bangkok and many provinces in Northern Thailand will see a rise in fine particulate matter measuring 2.5 microns or less...
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    Sticky: Omicron Variant Now Causing COVID Infections in...

    Omicron Variant Now Causing COVID Infections in All Provinces of Thailand

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Omicron variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 is now being detected in all provinces of Thailand,...
  38. 'Digital seniors' emerge in Asia amid pandemic, Euromonitor says

    Research indicates one in 10 elderly Asians has a VR headset



    BANGKOK -- Elderly people in Asia are more ready and willing to embrace digital technology in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic...
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    Russia rejects UK claim of trying to replace...

    Russia rejects UK claim of trying to replace Ukraine leader

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s Foreign Ministry on Sunday rejected a British claim that Russia was seeking to replace Ukraine’s government with...
  40. There is an ice cream shop in Chiang Mai which...

    There is an ice cream shop in Chiang Mai which makes chili mango ice cream. It is so nice.
  41. Two Canadians shot dead at upscale Mexican resort

    Two Canadians have been shot dead and another injured after a dispute among guests at a hotel resort near Cancún, Mexico, local security officials say.


    Gunfire erupted on Friday at the Hotel...
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    Families of US Embassy personnel in Ukraine...

    Families of US Embassy personnel in Ukraine ordered to begin evacuating as soon as Monday: officials

    The State Department has ordered families of U.S. Embassy personnel in Ukraine to begin...
  43. Five Lao men arrested for stealing cable from Lao-China railway

    Lao authorities this month arrested five men accused of stealing electric cable from the Lao-China high-speed railway, the latest in a string of thefts police say were committed by former workers on...
  44. Worries in Laos and Thailand as upstream dams drain Mekong River

    Laotians and Thais who depend on the Mekong River for life’s necessities — food, water, income — fear the mighty waterway may be drying up.


    They say climate change may be a factor in recent...
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    Sticky: Omicron has changed the shape of the pandemic....

    Omicron has changed the shape of the pandemic. Will it end it for good?

    The world feared the worst when a worrying new coronavirus variant emerged in late November and ripped through South Africa...
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    Tucker Carlson Whines He’s No Longer Attracted to...

    Tucker Carlson Whines He’s No Longer Attracted to the Brown M&M

    M&M’s unveiled a more “inclusive” image for their chocolate characters this week, and it was fairly unexciting. Brown (formerly Ms....
  47. Thread: Daily Moan

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    Yes. Go to the bike repair shop.

    Yes. Go to the bike repair shop.
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    Strong earthquake hits western Japan

    A powerful earthquake with an estimated magnitude of 6.6 hit western Japan early on Saturday. Strong jolts were felt in Oita, Miyazaki, Kumamoto and Kochi prefectures. There was no tsunami.


    The...
  49. Volatile Weather Brings Heavy Rain and Hail to Upper Thailand

    PHAYAO (NNT) - Upper Thailand has been experiencing volatile weather, with rain, gusts and hail occurring in some areas. Parts of Phayao province have experienced some of the biggest hail storms in...
  50. Can’t say I’ve come across a chili-maple-bacon...

    Can’t say I’ve come across a chili-maple-bacon doughnut but it wouldn’t be my doughnut choice!
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