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    Sticky: Hospital space is not the problem. The lack of...

    Hospital space is not the problem. The lack of doctors, nurses, and techs is the problem. Of course we could import more nurses and CNAs from the Philippines and doctors from India and the Middle...
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    Sticky: ^ I think a point you miss is what is happening...

    ^ I think a point you miss is what is happening in hospitals. I have had the misfortune of having to take my elderly mother to the emergency room twice since the pandemic. It is absolute hell. Too...
  3. Entertainment venues reopening in January may be delayed again, Thai Prime Minister s

    The reopening of nightlife entertainment venues nationwide may be delayed due to several concerns, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O’Cha stated at a press interview today, December 2nd.


    The Prime...
  4. Thailand will experience colder conditions in the north and more thundershowers

    Thailand will experience colder conditions in the north and thundershowers in the southern part from December 1st to the 7th, the Thai Meteorological Department reported today, December 2nd.

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  5. Tel Aviv is priciest city, outranking Paris in new report

    TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Residents of Israel’s seaside metropolis Tel Aviv have for years complained of how expensive it is, with living costs taking a chunk out of their paychecks.


    Now a new...
  6. Cambodia's leader Hun Sen endorses oldest son as successor

    PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — Cambodia’s long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday explicitly declared his support to have his eldest son, army commander Hun Manet, succeed him as the nation’s...
  7. Cabinet okays new visa scheme allowing a 1 year stay for medical tourists

    The Thai cabinet approved, in principle, the issuance of medical treatment visas at their meeting today (Tuesday). The visa will allow foreigners seeking medical treatment in Thailand to stay for up...
  8. Alcohol Allowed In Bangkok Restaurants Until 11pm

    The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has agreed to allow restaurants to serve alcohol until 11pm starting tomorrow.


    In an announcement signed by Bangkok governor Pol Gen Aswin...
  9. Baby Elephant Caught in Snare Trap Rescued by Park Rangers

    Park rangers in eastern Thailand’s Chanthaburi province rescued a baby elephant injured after falling into a snare trap. Snares are anchored cable, wire or rope nooses set to catch wild animals.
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  10. Luxury Car Dealers Facing Tax Evasion on 854 Imported Cars

    Thailand’s Department of Special Investigation is coordinating with the Department of Land Transport to enforce legal actions against 114 luxury car importers that were found to have evaded paying...
  11. ^ Good point.

    ^ Good point.
  12. Yes it is.

    Yes it is.
  13. Expansion of Benjakitti Forest Park To Be Completed in February Next Year

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Bangkok’s largest forest park in Klong Toey is scheduled to be opened early next year.


    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha posted on his Facebook page yesterday, saying the...
  14. Transport ministry asserts Hua Lamphong Station will not be demolished

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Concerns and criticisms have arisen over the commercial development of spaces at Hua Lamphong Train Station in Bangkok, and a public forum is set to be held to collect people’s inputs...
  15. Group calls on central bank to remedy the problem of insurance sales pressure on bank

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Stories of a former bank employee being forced to sell insurance packages and resigning because of the pressure have circulated in the media. A network of bank workers’ unions has...
  16. Massive blaze at engine oil warehouse in Nakhon Pathom now under control

    Fire crews have managed to control a huge fire at an engine oil warehouse in Samphran district of Thailand’s central province of Nakhon Pathom, after battling the blaze with chemicals for more than...
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    Sticky: Philippines suspends decision to allow vaccinated...

    Philippines suspends decision to allow vaccinated tourists entry

    Manila (AFP) – The Philippines has temporarily suspended a decision to allow fully vaccinated tourists entry in a bid to prevent a...
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    Sticky: Japan bans entry of foreign visitors as omicron...

    Japan bans entry of foreign visitors as omicron spreads

    TOKYO (AP) — Japan announced Monday it will suspend entry of all foreign visitors from around the world as a new coronavirus variant...
  19. “Food Galore” Thailand’s Monkey Banquet Festival Returns

    In Lopburi in central Thailand, thousands of monkeys feasted on two tonnes of fruits and vegetables as part of the town’s Monkey Festival after a two-year hiatus caused by the pandemic.


    Hundreds...
  20. Surprising to see so many foreigners there.

    Surprising to see so many foreigners there.
  21. Thread: Drunk food

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    Maybe microwaved bacon there.

    Maybe microwaved bacon there.
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    The frontman for Van Halen, David Lee Roth, was...

    The frontman for Van Halen, David Lee Roth, was stuck at the same hotel. I didn’t know this until I was standing in line for the restaurant. There was this guy standing in front of me who had a...
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    Calling in to the boss on Monday morning must...

    Calling in to the boss on Monday morning must have been fun. :)

    This happened to me once while in Yosemite staying at the Ahwahnee. A friend of mine and I went for the weekend and got in our room...
  24. Three wet blankets. Can’t anyone have a little...

    Three wet blankets. Can’t anyone have a little fun? :)
  25. ^ Oh. That Medicare G covers 80% emergency...

    ^ Oh. That Medicare G covers 80% emergency hospitalization out of the US but only for the first 60 days you are out.
  26. Calling Buck. Calling Buck. This is what I...

    Calling Buck. Calling Buck.

    This is what I found out for Medicare in the USA. Complicated as hell!

    As you know, you will get regular Medicare A, for hospitalization, free when you turn 65. You...
  27. Australian government vows to unmask online trolls

    Australia's government said Sunday it will introduce legislation to unmask online trolls, and hold social media giants like Facebook and Twitter responsible for identifying them.


    Prime Minister...
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    Sticky: China study warns of 'colossal' COVID outbreak if...

    China study warns of 'colossal' COVID outbreak if it opens up like U.S., France

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China could face more than 630,000 COVID-19 infections a day if it dropped its zero-tolerance...
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    Sticky: Israel closes borders to all foreigners over...

    Israel closes borders to all foreigners over Omicron

    Israel is to close its borders to all foreigners later Sunday in a bid to stem the spread of the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus,...
  30. Couple Busted With Over a Tonne of High-Grade Marijuana

    A husband and wife have been busted with more than a tonne of high-grade compressed marijuana in northeastern Thailand. A military task force seized marijuana from their rented vehicle on the bank of...
  31. Thai Teenagers Rescued from Chinese Gambling Gang

    Police in southeastern Thailand have repatriated two teenagers who were apparently duped into working for an online gambling operation in Cambodia.

    Their repatriation came after the sister of one...
  32. Food Chain in Thailand Promotes Cannabis Crazy Happy Pizza

    A popular fast-food chain in Thailand has been promoting its Crazy Happy Pizza, which comes with a marijuana leaf on top. The product is legal but won’t make you high.

    In an interview, Panusak...
  33. ^ 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...
  34. 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...
  35. 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...
  36. 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...
  37. 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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  38. 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...
  39. 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...
  40. 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...
  41. 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,...
  44. 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...
  45. 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...
  46. 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...
  47. 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...
  48. 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...
  49. 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...
  50. 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...
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