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    Sticky: Blood Expert Says He Found Why Some Covid-19...

    Blood Expert Says He Found Why Some Covid-19 Vaccines Trigger Rare Clots


    A scientist in Germany thinks he has found an answer as researchers around world examine AstraZeneca and Johnson &...
  2. Lawyer and Land Rights Activist Gunned Down in Trang Province

    Human Rights Watch said today Thai authorities should immediately investigate the killing of a lawyer and land rights activist. Somsak Onchuenjit was gunned down in Trang province in southern...
  3. Man Accused Of Raping 36 Hostesses Arrested In Bangkok

    A man who impersonated a modelling agent was arrested yesterday at a condominium in Bangkok for allegedly duping pretty models before raping and stealing from them.


    Denphum Wattanachotpinyo, 39,...
  4. Phuket woman impaled by steel rod in motorbike accident

    Police were called to the scene of a gruesome motorbike accident just after midnight in the Kathu area of Phuket, where a woman was impaled by a steel rod. The 34 year old woman crashed her motorbike...
  5. Ministry denies covering up prison Covid-19...

    Ministry denies covering up prison Covid-19 outbreak



    The Ministry of Justice on Thursday denied that authorities have underplayed the number of prison inmates who have been infected with the...
  6. Second season of Thai series Girl From Nowhere tops global charts on Netflix

    The second season of Thai mystery/fantasy series Girl From Nowhere is taking Asia by storm and topping Netflix charts across the globe.


    The series premiered on Netflix on May 7 and has garnered...
  7. Bank for Agriculture to Offer Debt Moratorium for up to One Year

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) will offer a debt moratorium, from six months to a year, to indebted clients who are farmers, cooperatives, village funds...
  8. Over 2,800 Inmates in Bangkok Are Infected with COVID-19

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Corrections Department has reported that 2,835 inmates at two main prisons in Bangkok - the Bangkok Remand Prison and the Central Women’s Correctional Institution - have been...
  9. Thief surrenders to police after breaking into...

    Thief surrenders to police after breaking into Pattaya pharmacy and optical shop

    A former police volunteer, who has admitted to breaking into a pharmacy and optical shop in Pattaya earlier this...
  10. Thailand will officially enter rainy season this Saturday

    The Thai Meteorological Department announced today, May 13th, that Thailand will officially end the summer season and enter the rainy season this Saturday, May 15th, with expectedly 5 to 10 percent...
  11. Manila claims nearly 300 Chinese militia vessels have swarmed Philippines-held island

    The Philippines taskforce for the South China Sea has reported incursions into its maritime territory by 287 Chinese militia vessels, one week after President Rodrigo Duterte questioned an...
  12. Two mountaineers die on Everest as climbing reopens despite pandemic

    Sherpa guides said a Swiss and an American have died climbing Mount Everest, becoming the first fatalities since Nepal reopened the summit of the world's tallest mountain to foreigners last month.
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  13. S.Korean Fishermen Sue Japanese Govt Over Fukushima Water -Yonhap

    SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean fisheries associations filed a lawsuit against the Japanese government at a local court on Thursday, seeking compensation for the planned release of contaminated water...
  14. French Woman Dies from UK Variant of Covid-19 in Chiang Mai

    The governor of Chiang Mai province has reported two more deaths related to the UK variant of covid-19 coronavirus, bringing the province’s Covid-19 death toll to nine.


    Of the two reported...
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    Sticky: Over 190,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine touch down...

    Over 190,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine touch down in the Philippines

    The Covid-19 vaccine rollout in the Philippines just got a significant boost, thanks to the arrival of at least 193,000 doses of...
  16. Affluent turning to overseas vaccination tours

    THAILAND: High net worth individuals are predicted to be the most likely group to take COVID-19 vaccination tours overseas, spending a fortune in the hope of choosing their own vaccines and heading...
  17. Phuket COVID restrictions extended, foreigners...

    Phuket COVID restrictions extended, foreigners breaking order face expulsion

    PHUKET: The raft of restrictions in effect across Phuket to prevent the spread of CVOID-19 have been extended through...
  18. Dead whale shark found lying on front of cargo ship in Si Racha

    A dead whale shark was found lying in front of a cargo ship in Si Racha this morning, (May 11th).


    The dead whale shark was found on the front of a cargo ship from Hong Kong parked at the Laem...
  19. Dozens of Pattaya monks perform prayer ritual to ward off Covid-19 in the city

    Dozens of monks came together (although socially distanced and with masks) at Wat Chai in Pattaya this week to, according to them, conduct a special prayer and ritual to disperse the Covid-19...
  20. Pattaya police continue to crack down on social¯ gatherings, mask-wearing, and publi

    Multiple local residents of Pattaya have sent reports, copies of tickets, and concerns over being allegedly detained for Covid-19 related violations such as drinking in public, gatherings (even with...
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    Sticky: National lockdown in Malaysia as Covid-19...

    National lockdown in Malaysia as Covid-19 infections surge

    Malaysia has gone into full national lockdown amid a surge in Covid-19 infections, including highly contagious variants that are putting...
  22. Woman gets 9 months for stealing lottery from a blind man

    A 58-year-old woman was sentenced to 9 months in prison for stealing 446 lottery tickets from a blind man in Bangkok.


    The theft took place on 23, 26 and 27 November 2020 while the blind man was...
  23. 402 workers in quarantine after 115 confirmed Covid-19 cases in Pineapple factory.

    402 workers are now in quarantine after 115 Covid-19 cases have been confirmed positive in a canned factory. Most of the workers are Burmese workers and officials are preparing a quarantine center...
  24. Thailand Signs New Tariff Rate Quota Agreement with European Union

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Thailand and the European Union (EU) have agreed on a new tariff rate quota deal, under which a predetermined amount of the country’s goods can be exported to the bloc at pre-Brexit...
  25. Authorities Will Take Tough Legal Action against Illegal Migrant Workers and Smuggler

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Authorities have announced that they will take tough action against illegal migrant workers and smugglers as new COVID-19 infection clusters have been detected at workplaces employing...
  26. Brits fined B6,000 in Phuket for illegal family gathering of six

    PHUKET: Two British nationals in Phuket have been fined B6,000 each for holding an illegal gathering by having a total of only six people at a family gathering at a private home in Baan Layan, Cherng...
  27. Phuket Immigration opens Cherng Talay office

    PHUKET: Phuket Immigration opened a new office at Blue Tree Phuket in Cherng Talay today (May 11) to provide services to foreigners living in Thalang.

    The office is open Monday to Friday from...
  28. Local Thai police arrest 5 Myanmar journalists and associates who fled military crack

    Five Myanmar senior journalists and activists were captured in the San Sai district of Chiang Mai province on Sunday, May 9th, for illegal entry and face possible deportation after fleeing the...
  29. New public park in Jomtien almost completed

    A new major public park with a lagoon called ‘Nong Pong’ on Jomtien Second Road is now almost completed according to the project developers.

    The park is located in Soi Chaiyapreuk 4, across from...
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    Sticky: Philippines detects Indian variant as daily Covid-19 cases near 8-week low

    The Philippines has detected its first two cases of a coronavirus variant first identified in India, its health ministry said on Tuesday, even as confirmed daily Covid-19 infections fell to a near...
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    I’ve nothing in my garden now. The rabbits ate it...

    I’ve nothing in my garden now. The rabbits ate it all down to the nub. :(

    Never had this happen before!
  32. Pattaya Police hunt for an alleged thief who broke into a local pharmacy

    Police are hunting for an alleged thief who reportedly broke into a pharmacy in Banglamung yesterday (May 9th).

    The pharmacy owner, whose name was withheld at their request and is located in the...
  33. Vietnam Police Arrest U.S. Deportee on Suspicion of Murdering Girlfriend

    HANOI (Reuters) - A Vietnamese man deported from the United States under a push by the Trump administration to expel immigrants convicted of crimes in the United States has been arrested on suspicion...
  34. Thousands suspended at Myanmar universities as junta targets education

    (Reuters) - More than 11,000 academics and other university staff opposed to Myanmar's ruling junta have been suspended after going on strike in protest against military rule, a teachers' group told...
  35. Cyber attack shuts down top U.S. fuel pipeline network

    NEW YORK, May 8 (Reuters) - Top U.S. fuel pipeline operator Colonial Pipeline has shut its entire network, the source of nearly half of the U.S. East Coast's fuel supply, after a cyber attack that...
  36. Forty Myanmar Junta Troop Deaths Reported After Clashes with Rebel Army and Local Mil

    A rebel army and a local militia have killed 40 Myanmar junta soldiers in two days of fighting this week in regions near the country’s northern and western borders, witnesses reported, in what would...
  37. Commerce Ministry Tightens Controls On Delivery Services To Prevent Profiteering

    The Commerce Ministry has tightened controls on delivery services during the COVID-19 pandemic to prevent operators from profiteering as online orders have surged following a fresh wave of...
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    Moderna package likely below B3,000

    THAILAND: The price for a package of two shots of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine offered by private hospitals will be no more than B3,000, hospital executives say.

    The Private Hospital Association...
  39. Thailand searches for cow vaccine for lumpy skin disease

    Move over Covid-19 there’s a new disease sweeping the country as Thailand’s cow population is afflicted with a lumpy skin disease. The Department of Livestock Development is now working on procuring...
  40. Nearly half of Thai consumers plan to avoid using cash after pandemic ends: study

    A study on consumer payment attitudes by Visa showed nearly half of all Thai consumers (45 per cent) were likely to avoid using cash after the Covid-19 pandemic ends.

    The study also delves into...
  41. Protective cover coming to ensure privacy for patients at field hospitals

    The Medical Council of Thailand has improved patients’ privacy in field hospitals by adding a roof over their paper beds.

    The council secretary-general Dr Ittaporn Kanacharoen explained that they...
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    If it were true that life was found on Mars, it...

    If it were true that life was found on Mars, it would be the biggest news of our lifetime. The news would be splashed on the front page of every newspaper in the world if it were legit.
  43. Philip Morris to stop selling cigarettes in Japan within 10 years

    TOKYO -- Philip Morris International, the U.S. tobacco giant that makes Marlboro and Lark brand cigarettes, plans to stop selling cigarettes in Japan within 10 years, Nikkei has learned.

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    Sticky: As West races back to travel, ‘zero-Covid’...

    As West races back to travel, ‘zero-Covid’ economies like Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia face hermit risk

    Early in the pandemic, Asia-Pacific countries learned to see border closures as their...
  45. BMA Planning Mass COVID-19 Testing Over The Next Few Days

    The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is expanding COVID-19 mass testing across the capital with a plan to test 3,000 people in risk groups each day for the next few days to slow the rate of...
  46. Government To Reduce Fine For Not Wearing Face Masks

    The government is set to reduce the fine imposed on people who fail to wear face masks in public from 6,000 baht to 1,000 baht for their first offence.


    Those who break this law can currently be...
  47. COVID-19 Reaches Mount Everest As Nepal Struggles With Record Infections

    The coronavirus pandemic has reached the top of the world, where it has reportedly disrupted the annual climb up Mount Everest and other Himalayan peaks just as the window for summiting the mountains...
  48. Lottery thief stealing from the blind, now arrested

    A lottery thief has been arrested after stealing from the blind. The suspect has admitted she has committed similar thefts in many areas. Police Lieutenant General Girapat Jare traveled to the...
  49. Nonthaburi shuts down 2 big markets to prevent Covid-19

    Nonthaburi Deputy Municipal Officer Sukanya Sookkarn has ordered a shutdown on Nonthaburi Municipal Wet Market and Sombat Market during May 8-14, 2021 to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

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  50. Slew of financial aid programs forthcoming

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Ministry of Finance has announced that those already registered for the co-pay scheme will not have to sign up again for the third phase and that transfers under the Rao Chana and...
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