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  1. ^ This opinion piece from The Sidney Morning...

    ^ This opinion piece from The Sidney Morning Herald make it all a bit clearer.


    Behind the scenes in the Solomons, local leader has leveraged China issue to his advantage

    Behind the scenes in...
  2. Riots rock Solomon Islands capital for third day...

    Riots rock Solomon Islands capital for third day despite peacekeepers

    Police fired warning shots and tear gas to disperse rioters attacking the home of the Solomon Islands prime minister on...
  3. Yan Marchal, Thai political tiktok star Deported back to France

    Yan Marchal, Thai political tiktok star Deported back to France despite having a family, business, lived in Thailand for almost 20 years and has never been prosecuted.

    On November 27, it was...
  4. Reward offered for information on shooting of SAO election candidate in Nakhon Si Tha

    A 50,000 baht reward has been offered to anyone who can provide information leading to the arrests of the two perpetrators of the shooting on Friday of a candidate in the Kuan Chum sub-district...
  5. Thailand’s Tiger Club Says Wild Tiger Population Growing

    The Department of National Parks and Wildlife and the Tiger Club report, Thailand has at least 177 Indochinese tigers roaming the wild this year. This is an increase of 17 tigers from last year.

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  6. Newborn Baby Girl Found Abandoned in Ban Du Chiang Rai

    Police in Ban Du, Chiang Rai reported farm workers found a newborn baby abandoned in the grass at the entrance to the rubber plantation. The newborn baby was discovered when workers thought the sound...
  7. Park Ranger Shoots Himself After Stabbing Colleague

    During a quarrel between two park rangers in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, on Thursday, a park ranger stabbed a fellow ranger with a knife before killing himself.

    According to an official, an army...
  8. Australian troops arrive in Solomon Islands

    Australia has dispatched military and police forces to help restore order in Solomon Islands amid ongoing riots.


    A plane carrying the Australian deployment arrived late Thursday in the capital...
  9. Iceland's journey to the centre of the Earth

    With its large crater lake of turquoise water, plumes of smoke and sulphurous bubbling of mud and gases, the Krafla volcano is one of Iceland's most awe-inspiring natural wonders.


    Here, in the...
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    Russian military buildup puts Washington on edge...

    Russian military buildup puts Washington on edge

    Washington is on edge as Russia's military buildup threatens a confrontation, with fears escalating following reports that U.S. intelligence shows...
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    Sticky: Will it EVER end? New Covid-19 Variant Sets...

    Will it EVER end?

    New Covid-19 Variant Sets Off Fears of Restrictions, Arrives in Europe

    JOHANNESBURG—Dozens of countries restricted travel to and from South Africa and neighboring nations,...
  12. Marine Dept eyes large cruise ship terminals on Andaman coast

    PHUKET: The Marine Department will hire a consultant to research the viability of building ship terminals for large cruise liners along the Andaman coast.

    Phuket Vice Governor Amnuay Pinsuwan...
  13. Unverified claim suggests ‘Boss’ hiding in Austria

    BANGKOK: Red Bull scion Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya, wanted for an infamous hit-and-run case from 2012, is believed to be in Austria, though the Royal Thai Police (RTP) have no evidence of his...
  14. Thailand Tracks Smugglers After 450Kg of Heroin Seized

    Thailand’s Narcotics Suppression Bureau (NSB) has joined forces with the Office of the Narcotics Control Board and the Customs Department to investigate a drug trafficking network that brought more...
  15. Water pipe helps police catch fleeing drug suspect in Thailand’s Suphan Buri

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    Thai police, in the Muang district of the central province of Suphan Buri, yesterday (Wednesday), offered “wai”, a traditional Thai way...
  16. Apple Warns Thai Activists “State-Sponsored Attackers” May Have Targeted iPhones

    On Wednesday Apple Inc issued alert messages to at least six Thai activists and researchers who have been critical of the government, warning it believed their iPhones had been targeted by...
  17. Survey shows 75% of Thai women experience domestic violence more than once

    75% of women in Thailand are experiencing more than one domestic violence incident and 52.2% of the victims respond in kind against the perpetrators, according to an opinion survey, conducted between...
  18. Thai Government Announces Cap on Diesel Prices...

    Thai Government Announces Cap on Diesel Prices Till March 2022

    The government of Thailand announced plans to cap the price of diesel at 28 baht per liter from December to March by limiting the...
  19. Myanmar Military Arrests Medics For Treating Dissidents

    Myanmar’s military has arrested 18 medical workers for providing treatment to patients who were members of outlawed anti-junta groups, a state-run newspaper reported Wednesday.


    During a raid on...
  20. Thai Health Officials Fret Over People Refusing Vaccinations

    In Thailand, the Ministry of Public Health has instructed health officials to investigate why so many people are refusing vaccinations against COVID-19, so that appropriate campaign strategies and...
  21. Thread: Pete for Prez!

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    ^^ There seems to be quite a bit unhappiness with...

    ^^ There seems to be quite a bit unhappiness with the way Harris has handled her office. She has gone out and done a lot of photo ops but hasn’t done anything worthwhile. Her office is blaming Biden...
  22. Thread: Healthy Times

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    ^ Yes. That was the goal.

    ^ Yes. That was the goal.
  23. Thread: Healthy Times

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    I’ve had high cholesterol for several years...

    I’ve had high cholesterol for several years controlled by statins. Back in February, out of the blue, came a diabetes 2 diagnosis. Hadn’t even been close before but there it was.

    Since that time,...
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    Poll: I had a Moderna booster injection yesterday...

    I had a Moderna booster injection yesterday morning. A bit of a sore upper arm is all that I notice from this one. Some Tylenol as been taking care of it.
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    China bars celebrities from showing off wealth...

    China bars celebrities from showing off wealth and 'extravagant pleasure' on social media, saying pop stars must comply with 'core socialist values'

    Celebrities in China can no longer "show off...
  26. Buddhist monk abbot wanted by Thai police after allegedly drinking alcohol and smokin

    A Buddhist abbot of a local temple in Nakhon Sri Thammarat reportedly fled after being wanted by the provincial police for allegedly drinking alcohol and smoking pot at his cubicle in a local temple....
  27. North Korean sentenced to death after students caught watching Squid Game

    North Korea has sentenced to death a man who smuggled and sold copies of the Netflix series “Squid Game” after authorities caught seven high school students watching the Korean-language global hit...
  28. Cambodian Opposition Activist Held in Thailand Faces Deportation

    A Cambodian activist living in Thailand faces deportation this week by authorities there who have already forced other refugees home, prompting criticism by rights groups.


    Mich Heang, a member...
  29. Mobile merger seen as ‘perilous’ BANGKOK: The...

    Mobile merger seen as ‘perilous’

    BANGKOK: The merger of True Corporation Plc and Total Access Communication Plc (DTAC) will pull down the country’s mobile business competition to a “perilous”...
  30. Counterfeit cough medicine factory raided in Phuket

    PHUKET: Police and health ministry officials have raided an illegal cough medicine factory in Rassada, north of Phuket Town, seizing more than 21,000 bottles of cough medicine and other materials...
  31. Loy Krathong horror story, fireworks explode in hand leaving 1 finger behind

    A Loy Krathong horror story that took place in Mae Sot District, Tak Province. The local police received notification of a fireworks accident on Loy Krathong night. The injured person is a police...
  32. Thailand to produce only B7 diesel fuel until...

    Thailand to produce only B7 diesel fuel until next March to reduce diesel prices

    Thailand’s Energy Policy and Planning office (EPPO) decided today (Wednesday) to instruct oil refineries to produce...
  33. PM Seeks Fast Remedy To Diesel Crisis As Lorry Drivers Threaten Strike

    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Tuesday the Energy Ministry must speed up the launch of new measures to lower the retail price of diesel, according to his deputy Anutin Charnvirakul.

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  34. More COVID infections found in Bangkok after woman drops dead in alley

    Health officials and a mobile COVID-19 testing unit were dispatched to Phahonyothin Soi 54/1, in Bangkok’s Sai Mai, district to test people in the community, after a 30-year-old woman collapsed and...
  35. Thai Authorities Threaten to Fine Foreigners Not Wearing Masks

    The government of Thailand’s pandemic response center said the country is at risk of another covid-19 outbreak because some foreign visitors are failing to follow disease control measures. Above all...
  36. Six alleged drug couriers shot dead, 1.8m meth pills seized near Myanmar border

    Six alleged drug couriers, believed to be hill tribesmen, were killed in a clash with Thai security forces in the jungle, about 100 metres from the porous Thai-Myanmar border, in Mae Fah Luang...
  37. Amazon Executives Charged with Drug Offenses in India

    Police in India announced in a press briefing they had charged top executives of Amazon.com‘s Indian division with violating narcotics laws in an alleged marijuana smuggling case connected to the...
  38. Hospitals will give free IUD contraception to women under 20

    The National Health Security Office has announced a new program that will provide IUD contraceptives for free for women under 20 years old. The Director-General of the Health Service Department...
  39. Glue sniffing man charged with murder for a temple beating

    A man high from sniffing glue beat an older man to death with a piece of firewood in a temple in Nakhon Si Thammarat after the man refused to give him tobacco. The murder took place earlier today at...
  40. Thai telecom regulator invites DTAC and True for meetings about potential merger

    Representatives of True Corporation and the Total Access Communication Company have been separately invited by the Office of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC),...
  41. Moken communities under lockdown after 15 test positive for COVID-19

    The provincial communicable disease committee of the southern coastal province of Phang-nga has temporarily but completely locked down the Moken (Morgan) indigenous communities on the Surin islands...
  42. Police Taskforce Arrests People with Firearms Ahead of Elections

    Thai police have arrested 23 suspects who allegedly sold pistols and ammunition in nationwide raids ahead of next week’s elections for Tambon administrative organizations.


    Last week, the deputy...
  43. Do you drive? Beware: you can see points cut from your licence for a traffic offence

    The Department of Land Transport will introduce a system from December 1 to cut points from licences of drivers who violate traffic rules and laws, Chirut Wisanchit, director-general of the...
  44. Fuel tariff increase drives up electricity pricing

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Thailand’s energy regulator has decided to raise the FT rate from January to April of 2022 due to the increasing energy prices around the globe. This tariff increase would effectively...
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    Gov’t continues pursuing civil partnership bill...

    Gov’t continues pursuing civil partnership bill for same-sex marriage


    BANGKOK (NNT) - In response to the Constitutional Court’s ruling that the current marriage law which only permits marriages...
  46. Thai man arrested for rape, drowning, burning Burmese woman

    A 21 year old Burmese woman met a horrific fate as a Thai man abducted her, raped her, accidentally drowned her, then set her body on fire. The tragic incident took place in Prachin Buri and police...
  47. As Thailand reopens, signs of economic recovery are visible

    The tourism industry is showing initial signs of recovery, but Thailand’s small businesses and households are still struggling to survive as uncertainty about COVID-19 gnaws at the local and global...
  48. Official in Prachuap Khiri Khan probed for allegedly approving an illegal car race

    The civil works and town planning office of Thailand’ssouthern coastal province of Prachuap Khiri Khan has launched an investigation into an official for allegedly issuing a permit unlawfully, for a...
  49. Insurance Companies Seek to Cancel Covid-19 Policies

    Insurance companies in Thailand are urging the regulators to allow them to cancel Covid-19 policies as estimated claims could reach 40 billion baht by year’s end.


    Anon Wangasu, chairman of the...
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    When my husband and I did wildlife photography,...

    When my husband and I did wildlife photography, we traveled with this lens. In a case, it looked like some kind of bazooka and caused quite a stir in airports around the world. We were searched...
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