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    Crocodiles escape from farm in Trat

    Yesterday, dozens of crocodiles managed to escape from their enclosures in a crocodile farm. Due to heavy rains, the crocodiles were able to swim through a flooded “ditch area” that was conveniently...
  2. Seven Covid patients forced to camp outside Bangkok apartment block

    The plight of seven Covid-19 patients camping outside an apartment block in Bangkok Din Daeng district drew a wave of sympathy from netizens on Monday. Photos of the makeshift quarantine camp posted...
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    Back then! That’s me feeling old. I bet your bus...

    Back then! That’s me feeling old. I bet your bus at least had air conditioning! :)


    Those protesters kept me from a trip to Nagaland. Never did make it there.
  4. Thailand’s Agriculture Bank Insures Cows against Accidents, Natural Disasters and Dis

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Thailand’s Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) has partnered with insurance companies, to make cattle insurance possible, and cattle farmers can now insure their...
  5. Thailand’s Four Cannabis Strains Will Be Registered as Items of National Heritage

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The country’s Ministry of Public Health reports that four cannabis strains from Thailand will be registered as items of National Heritage, to promote research into their use.

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    Sticky: Third COVID shot may be required THAILAND:...

    Third COVID shot may be required


    THAILAND: The Public Health Ministry is speeding up a study looking into the need for a third COVID-19 vaccine shot for people who are fully vaccinated as...
  7. Pattaya law enforcement warns motorbike drivers about parking next to Pattaya Beach

    Pattaya City Law Enforcement, called the Tessagit in Thai, warned residents this morning on their social media accounts about parking on the beach side of Pattaya Beach.

    They stated that...
  8. Entertainment venue, bar, and nightclub owners and staff protest in Phuket

    More than 50 staff and owners who worked at entertainment businesses, bars, and nightclubs massed up to the Phuket Provincial Hall this afternoon with a letter asking the Phuket Governor to partner...
  9. Everest climber Tsang Yin-hung yearns for home, but stuck in Nepal

    Hong Kong resident Tsang Yin-hung, who made the fastest ascent of Mount Everest by any woman, and dozens of other mountaineers from China are unable to get out of Nepal because of coronavirus...
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    I’ve taken the VIP bus from Chiang Mai to Chaing...

    I’ve taken the VIP bus from Chiang Mai to Chaing Rai a few times. Four hours to where I go. Better than driving alone for me.
  11. Who else would do this kind of thing?

    Who else would do this kind of thing?
  12. The Wagner Group, the brutal private army of...

    The Wagner Group, the brutal private army of Russian mercenaries

    MOSCOW Russia (BBC) – Videos, circulating mostly in Russia, and various reports from investigation teams show the brutality that...
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    Sticky: With cases rising, Russian Ministry of Health is...

    With cases rising, Russian Ministry of Health is planning for Covid-19 re-vaccinations, as antibodies wane in early jab recipients

    The Russian Ministry of Health has begun preparing a Covid-19...
  14. Claims of Russian mercenaries killing civilians in the Central African Republic

    Civilians hiding in a mosque in the Central African Republic thought they would be safe. But uniformed troops, hunting rebel groups, accompanied by men believed to be Russian mercenaries, randomly...
  15. More like stealing Uighur lands to extract a...

    More like stealing Uighur lands to extract a profit. The Uighur who don't play along get locked up so, you know, human rights and stuff.
  16. 53 foreigners nabbed in Mae Hong Son for running fake investment call centre

    In a crackdown on Sunday, Mae Hong Son police arrested 53 foreigners for allegedly running a fraudulent investment scheme, the Royal Thai Police (RTP) announced on Monday.


    RTP said police had...
  17. Soi Dog Foundation Calls on US CDC to Revise Dog Import Ban

    Soi Dog Foundation is asking the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to rethink their blanket ban on the importation of rescued pet dogs from over 120 countries worldwide, including...
  18. Parachutist dies in jump from mountain summit in Lopburi province

    A parachutist was killed as he encountered sudden wind turbulence, after parachuting from the summit of a mountain in Thailand’s central province of Lopburi on Sunday.


    The victim, a 53-year-old...
  19. 2 suspected insurgents killed in gunfire exchange with police-military team

    In a clash with Thai security forces at a seaside resort, 2 suspected insurgents were killed. As of this afternoon, a team of police and military were still surrounding the resort in Pattani’s Yaring...
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    Sticky: Public health official warn of new “fourth wave”...

    Public health official warn of new “fourth wave” in Thailand in work camps and factories


    Officials at the Thai Ministry of Public Health have warned the government that a new “fourth wave” of...
  21. Thai Government Will Launch New Measures to Help Small Businesses

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Thailand’s National Economic and Social Development Council (NESDC) reports that the government will introduce new measures to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) cope with...
  22. Bangkok Lifts Restrictions on Dining in Non-air conditioned Restaurants

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has lifted restrictions on dining in non-air conditioned restaurants and increased the maximum seating limit in air conditioned venues...
  23. Thai Government Plans to Increase 2022 Investment Budget by 90 Billion baht

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Budget Bureau notes that the Thai government plans to increase its investment budget by 90 billion baht in fiscal year 2022, in compliance with a law related to state financial...
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    More buses from Bangkok To Phuket

    PHUKET: Buses to Phuket from Mor Chit in Bangkok have resumed in the hope of spurring more visitors to the island, with the state-operated bus transport company BorKorSor (the initials of its name in...
  25. Wildlife Department provides assistance to residents in Hua Hin following viral photo

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    Thailand’s Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, along with local authorities, is currently examining a case...
  26. Sinkholes and railway road conditions causes accidents, heavy complaints

    Sinkholes on a railway road in the Pattaya area have caused a road accident in which two people have sustained injuries as well as substantial warnings and complaints about the road overall on Thai...
  27. Woman and her mother found dead in suspected double suicide

    A daughter and her mother were found dead on a bed together with a letter expressing regret and issues about financial problems due to Covid -19 measures in the Pattaya area yesterday (June 20th).
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  28. Thai divers remove fishing nets bleaching protected coral reefs

    KO LOSIN, Thailand — Forty divers have removed abandoned fishing nets covering coral reefs in a protected area in the Gulf of Thailand in a two-day operation ending on Sunday.


    Removal of the...
  29. The Cruel and Twisted Discoveries at Germanys Stonehenge

    When you think of Stonehenge what do you think of? England? Druids? Partygoers celebrating the solstice? A unique piece of ancient heritage? Chances are that you don’t think of Germany. As it turns...
  30. Thailand Once Shut Out Covid-19 but Is Now Pivoting to Living With It

    Last year, Thailand was one of the world’s top performers at fighting the coronavirus. It sacrificed the tourism dollars that normally buoy its economy to shut out Covid-19. In September, it...
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    Sticky: Sinovac develops over 50 per cent immunity in...

    Sinovac develops over 50 per cent immunity in Thais in 2 weeks: study

    Two Sinovac vaccine jabs help stimulate Thais immunity against Covid-19 by over 50 per cent, Chulalongkorn Universitys Faculty...
  32. Hotel occupancy languishes at 6 per cent, ASQ expected to drop as well

    The occupancy rate of Thailand hotels in June is expected to be around 6 per cent, the same as in May, due to the third Covid-19 wave, according to a Thai Hotels Association (THA) survey on Saturday....
  33. Mother alleges that Doctor mistakenly gave her 10 year old sleeping pills

    Allegedly, a doctor mistakenly gave a 10 year old boy 8 sleeping pills that were meant for a different patient. The misadventure happened somewhere in the northern Thai province of Buriram.

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  34. Pattaya pushes for August 1 Sealed Route reopening plan

    Pattaya is steadfastedly pushing forward with plans for reopening the tourist city on August 1, with 8 tourism associations submitting a proposal to the governor of Chon Buri. The city is one of the...
  35. Finance Ministry Plans to Open Registration for E-voucher Cashback Scheme on 21 June

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Fiscal Policy Office Director-General Kulaya Tantitemit has pointed out that the Finance Ministry is planning to open registration for the "Ying Chai Ying Dai" (the more you...
  36. Thai Riceberry Rice Wins Bronze Medal at France Fine Grocery Contest

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Department of International Trade Promotion has announced that Thailand’s riceberry rice won a bronze medal at France’s “Fine Grocery” contest this week.


    Department...
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    Oil spill tar balls wash ashore at Patong, Nai...

    Oil spill tar balls wash ashore at Patong, Nai Yang



    PHUKET: Oil in the waters off the west coast of Phuket have continued to wash ashore, today plaguing Patong Beach and Nai Yang Beach* at the...
  38. Man electrocuted while repairing home jacuzzi

    PHUKET: Police are investigating what had led to a man being electrocuted while repairing a home jacuzzi in Cherng Talay yesterday (June 19).

    Capt Yannaphat Malai of the Cherng Talay Police was...
  39. Unidentified woman falls from closed building on Walking Street overnight

    An unidentified woman fell an estimated four meters from a closed commercial building on Walking Street in South Pattaya around 11:30 P.M. last night, June 19th, 2021.

    Walking Street has been...
  40. More than 600,000 Thai and foreign tourists expected to visit Phuket in next 3 months

    The Tourism Authority of Thailand in Phuket expects that more than 600,000 foreign and local tourists would travel to the island under the Phuket Sandbox program, launched on July 1st, which would...
  41. Train station lettuce: Japan railroad grows veggies indoors

    A harried commuter rushes through a Tokyo station hoping to catch the next train home. But first, a quick stop at a store to pick up a fresh head of lettuce. So fresh, in fact, that it is grown right...
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    ^ Saying anything to keep the flow of money...

    ^ Saying anything to keep the flow of money coming in to his bank account.
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    Perhaps Chiang Mai is as far as most bicycle...

    Perhaps Chiang Mai is as far as most bicycle tourists get.
  44. Laotians Still Affected by Wartime Use of Agent Orange, Study Finds

    The U.S. wartime use of Agent Orange and other defoliants in Laos more than a half-century ago is still causing dioxin-related congenital disabilities, according to a recent survey by an NGO that is...
  45. US Cuts Funding to Cambodia’s Prey Lang Forest, Citing Government Failure to Protect

    The United States has cut aid to Cambodian government wildlife and environmental conservation programs, citing the government’s failure to defend protected areas, especially from illegal logging, the...
  46. Philippine Police Arrest 5 Chinese over Alleged Kidnap Attempt

    Philippine police said Friday that they rescued the victim of an attempted kidnapping and apprehended five members of a gang suspected of targeting fellow Chinese nationals, along with a Filipino who...
  47. Psychic Lion in Thailand Can Predict Euro 2020 Football Matches

    A zoo in northeastern Thailand is boasting it has a psychic five-year-old white lion that can correctly predicted Euro 2020 football matches. Boy the “psychic” lion, who has so far correctly called...
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    Sticky: Hundreds of vaccinated Indonesian health workers...

    Hundreds of vaccinated Indonesian health workers get Covid-19, dozens in hospital


    More than 350 doctors and medical workers have caught COVID-19 in Indonesia despite being vaccinated with...
  49. Vietnamese being trafficked by Chinese nationals to work in Cambodian casinos

    Vietnamese citizens are being lured into migrating to Cambodia, sometimes illegally, with attractive but often fraudulent offers to work in casinos and online gaming establishments, Vietnamese...
  50. 200M Baht Gambling Ring Busted After Parents Complain About Students Betting On Euros

    Seven people have been arrested for allegedly operating online gambling website for people to bet on Euro 2020 football matches with over 200 million baht in monthly circulation.


    Officers from...
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