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  1. Tolls on Chalong Rat and Burapha Withi expressways to rise on March 1st
    Tolls on the Chalong Rat and Burapha Withi expressways will increase by 10% or 5-10 baht, depending on the type of vehicle, on March 1st, according to the Expressway Authority... The post Tolls on Chalong Rat and Burapha Withi expressways to rise on March 1st first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  2. Man arrested for supplying frozen semen to surrogacy rackets abroad
    A man was arrested by police in Nonthaburi province on Saturday for allegedly being a key member of a transnational surrogacy racket, supplying frozen semen, ova and foetuses to networks... The post Man arrested for supplying frozen semen to surrogacy rackets abroad first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  3. Court refuses bail for hunger striking monarchy reform activists
    The Criminal Court rejected bail applications for two hunger striking monarchy reform activists today, Tantawan Tuatulanon and Natthanon Chaimahabutra, on the grounds that they are now under the close observation... The post Court refuses bail for hunger striking monarchy reform activists first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  4. Thaksin to have significant role in Pheu Thai ruling party – Poll
    In an opinion poll, released today, most respondents (50.38%) say they believe that former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, now on parole, will have advisory political roles in the Pheu Thai... The post Thaksin to have significant role in Pheu Thai ruling party - Poll first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  5. Excessive PM2.5 in 26 provinces, 258 hotspots in Thailand today
    Twenty-six northern and north-eastern provinces have been found to be suffering excessive PM2.5 airborne pollution today as 258 hotspots were detected, most of them in Chiang Mai. Forest fires at... The post Excessive PM2.5 in 26 provinces, 258 hotspots in Thailand today first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  6. Trump coasts to another victory in race for Republican nomination
    Charleston, United States – Donald Trump cruised to a lightning victory Saturday in South Carolina’s Republican primary, blitzing rival Nikki Haley in her home state and continuing his march to the nomination... The post Trump coasts to another victory in race for Republican nomination first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  7. Court to decide on bail for hunger strikers today
    The Criminal Court will decide today whether to grant bail to two hunger-striking monarchy reform activists, Tantawan Tuatulanon and Natthanon Chaimahabutra. The Criminal Court has previously refused to grant bail... The post Court to decide on bail for hunger strikers today first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  8. Will Sethaput meet the fate of BOT governors defying the government?
    Bank of Thailand (BOT) Governor Sethaput Suthiwartnarueput is yielding no ground in his face-off with Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin over the central bank’s interest rate policy. Against the backdrop of... The post Will Sethaput meet the fate of BOT governors defying the government? first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  9. Navalny’s body given to his mother: Navalny spokesperson
    Warsaw, Poland – The body of late Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been handed to his mother, more than a week after he died in an Arctic prison colony, his... The post Navalny's body given to his mother: Navalny spokesperson first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  10. Hunger striker Tantawan’s father asks court to grant her bail
    The father of monarchy reform activist Tantawan Tuatulanon submitted a petition to the Criminal Court today, seeking bail for her daughter and another activist, Natthanon Chaimahabutra, promising to restrain his... The post Hunger striker Tantawan’s father asks court to grant her bail first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  11. Cell phone power bank fire on Thai Air Asia flight extinguished quickly
    A passenger’s cell phone power bank, in their carry-on luggage, caught fire during a Thai Air Asia flight this morning, but the fire was quickly put out by the crew.... The post Cell phone power bank fire on Thai Air Asia flight extinguished quickly first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  12. PM visits Thaksin at home in his Ban Chan Song La residence
    Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin paid a private visit to former prime minister and prison parolee Thaksin Shinawatra at his Ban Chan Song La residence in Thonburi on Saturday morning. He... The post PM visits Thaksin at home in his Ban Chan Song La residence first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  13. More incentives for growers not to burn sugarcane before harvesting
    Thailand’s Cane and Sugar Board will propose that the government increases the incentives for sugarcane growers not to burn it before harvesting. Virit Viseshsindhu, secretary-general of the board, said that... The post More incentives for growers not to burn sugarcane before harvesting first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  14. Thailand-Kazakhstan to sign MoU on bilateral visa-free travel in April
    Thailand and Kazakhstan are expected to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in April to permanently exempt Thai and Kazakh citizens from requiring pre-travel visas for travel to each other’s... The post Thailand-Kazakhstan to sign MoU on bilateral visa-free travel in April first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  15. Stepping into the Dazzling Light at Wang Phya Thai
    No longer just a historical landmark, Phya Thai Palace is now all about light, as the palace plays host to a magnificent light show to celebrate its 101st anniversary. “The... The post Stepping into the Dazzling Light at Wang Phya Thai first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  16. No expressway tolls on February 26 : ETA
    Motorists will enjoy toll-free expressway use on Monday, February 26, a compensatory public holiday for Makha Bucha Day tomorrow, according to the Expressway Authority of Thailand. The tollgates offering free... The post No expressway tolls on February 26 : ETA first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  17. Thai exports for January up 10%, the highest in 19 months
    Thai exports have risen for six straight months, with export value for January increasing by 10%, to US$22.6 billion, while imports went up by 2.6%, to US$25.4 billion, resulting in... The post Thai exports for January up 10%, the highest in 19 months first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  18. Yingluck’s return has to be soon, but things can get complicated
    In what has become one of Thailand’s most-scrutinised photos of late, ex-prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra sat near a pool apparently reminiscing about something. How he was dressed, how soft medical... The post Yingluck’s return has to be soon, but things can get complicated first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  19. Parnpree expects humanitarian aid to Myanmar to begin in early March
    Thai Foreign Minister Parnpree Bahiddha-nukara said he expects the delivery of humanitarian assistance to displaced people inside Myanmar to begin by the first week of March with the border area... The post Parnpree expects humanitarian aid to Myanmar to begin in early March first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  20. 650,000 people treated for PM2.5-induced illnesses so far this year
    More than 650,000 people have received medical treatment for illnesses caused by air pollution since the beginning of this year, particularly related to PM2.5, according to the Ministry of Public... The post 650,000 people treated for PM2.5-induced illnesses so far this year first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  21. Hunger striking reformist protester moved to Thammasat U Hospital
    Tantawan Tuatulanon, a detained political activist, was transferred to Thammasat University Hospital from the Corrections Hospital yesterday, as her hunger strike reached its ninth day. The Thai Lawyers for Human... The post Hunger striking reformist protester moved to Thammasat U Hospital first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  22. Forest fires break out at base of Doi Suthep in Chiang Mai
    Numerous forest fires are now burning at the base of Doi Suthep mountain in Chiang Mai, billowing plumes of white smoke into the sky, as fire fighters attempt to control... The post Forest fires break out at base of Doi Suthep in Chiang Mai first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  23. ‘Dad, come back’: Palestinians send radio messages to loved ones in Israeli jails
    Ramallah, Palestinian Territories – Palestinians with relatives in Israeli prisons have been deprived of visiting rights during the Israel-Hamas war, opting instead to send messages to loved ones on a radio... The post 'Dad, come back': Palestinians send radio messages to loved ones in Israeli jails first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  24. China-US relations during the electoral cycle
    No one will know who will become the 47th president of the United States until November 5 after the votes have been counted. What is clear, however, is the growing... The post China-US relations during the electoral cycle first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  25. Princess captures home and the world in ‘Theirs and Ours’
    The immediate reaction of visitors to HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s latest photo exhibition will undoubtedly be that she is good at capturing moments just like her father! And indeed,... The post Princess captures home and the world in ‘Theirs and Ours’ first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....

Thai News Agency

  1. Power Disruption Causes Airport APM Malfunction
    The Automated People Mover (APM) service connecting two terminals at Suvarnabhumi Airport was disrupted due to a power system malfunction. Efforts are being accelerated to fix the issue, and no passengers have been stranded....
  2. Excise Department Cuts Wine and Liquor Taxes
    The Excise Department has adjusted the rates of excise taxes on wine, brewed beverage, and service establishments, aiming to stimulate tourism and expenditure, effective from February 23....

 

Bangkok Post

  1. Election Commission asked to probe minister's shares
    The Election Commission (EC) is being asked to examine Tourism and Sports Minister Sudawan Wangsuphakijkosol's shares to determine whether she has adhered to a ministerial shareholding rule and is, therefore, still eligible for her post....
  2. EC asked to probe minister's shares
    The Election Commission (EC) is being asked to examine Tourism and Sports Minister Sudawan Wangsuphakijkosol's shares to determine whether she has adhered to a ministerial shareholding rule and is, therefore, still eligible for her post....
  3. Court turns down bail for activists on hunger strike
    The Criminal Court has denied bail requests for activist Tantawan Tualanon and her friend, saying the health of both detainees — who are now on a hunger strike — is being closely monitored by a medical team....
  4. Thai tourist spots to be featured in popular mobile game
    Popular tourist destinations in secondary provinces will be proposed as scenes in Gravity's hit mobile game Ragnarok Origin, Tourism and Sports Minister Sudawan Wangsuphakijkosol said....
  5. Tattooed Asian man found dead, shot in head near airport
    SAMUT PRAKAN: A heavily-tattooed Asian man was found dead in a deserted stall near Suvarnabhumi airport on Sunday with three bullet wounds in the head, according to police....
  6. Woman arrested in burnt skeleton case
    KHON KAEN: A woman was arrested in connection with a burnt human skeleton found at a rubbish dump in Waeng Noi district on Feb 17th. She claimed the deceased, her friend, died of convulsions and she burned her body on a discarded car tyre....
  7. Drunk, mentally ill policeman fatally stabs woman passer-by
    NAKHON SI THAMMARAT: A mentally ill and drunk policeman ran out of his police flat, kicked over a passing motorcycle and repeatedly stabbed the two men riders, killing one of them....
  8. Most think Corrections Dept should not make parole decisisons: poll
    A majority of Thais disagree with corrections officials having the authority to approve prison sentence reductions and parole, according to an opinion survey by Nida Poll....
  9. Most think Corrections Dept should not make parole decisions: poll
    A majority of Thais disagree with corrections officials having the authority to approve prison sentence reductions and parole, according to an opinion survey by Nida Poll....
  10. Cobra Gold wargames start Monday, may affect some flights
    Nearly 10,000 military officers will participate in Cobra Gold from Feb 26 to March 8, and the military exercise may cause some flight delays, according to officials....
  11. Most think Corrections Dept should not make parole decisions: poll
    A majority of Thais disagree with corrections officials having the authority to approve prison sentence reductions and parole, according to an opinion survey by Nida Poll....
  12. Police transferred pending online gambling probe
    The national police chief has ordered the transfer of eight officers linked to Suchanun "Minnie" Sucharitchinsri, a woman accused of running an online gambling network, to prevent them from interfering with the case....
  13. Activist Tantawan's father presses for her release
    The father of activist Tantawan Tuatulanon -- who is now on hunger strike -- has promised he will persuade his daughter to steer clear of any political activities if she is granted bail....
  14. PM to court EV investors in Germany
    The government is aiming to attract car manufacturers in Germany to invest in the electric vehicle (EV) industry in Thailand during Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin's official trip to the country next month, Deputy Prime Minister Parnpree Bahiddha-Nukara said yesterday....
  15. Officers transferred pending online gambling probe
    The national police chief has ordered the transfer of eight officers linked to Suchanun "Minnie" Sucharitchinsri, a woman accused of running an online gambling network, to prevent them from interfering with the case....
  16. Power bank 'explodes' on board flight
    A power bank explosion triggered chaos on a flight from Bangkok to Nakhon Si Thammarat yesterday morning, forcing passengers and crew to extinguish a midair fire....
  17. PM tries out Lexus on visit to Thaksin's home
    Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin travelled in his new official car to meet convicted former premier Thaksin Shinawatra at the latter's family mansion in Bangkok's Bang Phlat district yesterday....
  18. Suchatvee wants more Thai students in US
    Democrat Party deputy leader Suchatvee Suwansawat wants more Thai students to study in the United States to improve their potential to compete with their Vietnamese counterparts....
  19. A B1tN bridge to success
    The government has vowed to go ahead with the 1-trillion-baht Land Bridge megaproject after the House of Representatives endorsed a feasibility study on the project last week....
  20. Myanmar detains 148 Thais
    The Myanmar military and police have detained 148 Thais in the wake of a crackdown on call centre scams and online gambling operations in Tachileik, a border town opposite Mae Sai in Chiang Rai province....
  21. Calls for Betong airport upgrade
    YALA: The Betong District Tourism Association is urging the government to expand Betong International Airport's runway under the prime minister's tourism promotion plan so it can accommodate larger aircraft and bring in more tourists....
  22. Hunger-striker's father presses for her release
    The father of hunger-striking activist Tantawan “Tawan” Tuatulanon has promised he will persuade her to steer clear of any political activities if she is granted bail....
  23. More Thai students ‘should consider US’
    More Thai students should consider studying in the United States to improve their potential to compete with their Vietnamese counterparts, says Suchatvee Suwansawat, deputy leader of the Democrat Party....
  24. Midair chaos: Power bank catches fire on domestic flight
    A power bank explosion triggered chaos on a flight from Bangkok to Nakhon Si Thammarat on Saturday morning, forcing passengers and crew to work together to extinguish a midair fire....
  25. Man held in connection with surrogacy ring
    A man believed to be part of a transnational surrogacy network has been arrested in Nonthaburi for alleged involvement in smuggling frozen human semen into Laos....
  26. Forest fires threaten Mae Hong Son communities
    MAE HONG SON - Forest fires in Namtok Mae Surin National Park are posing a threat to surrounding communities, prompting swift action from local authorities....
  27. Nearly 150 Thais held in Myanmar call centre raids
    Myanmar military and police have detained 148 Thais following a crackdown on scam call centres and online gambling operations in Tachileik, a border town across from Mae Sai in Chiang Rai....
  28. PM Srettha visits Thaksin at Bangkok's residence
    Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin travelled in his new official car to meet convicted former premier Thaksin Shinawatra at the latter's family mansion in Bangkok's Bang Phlat district on Saturday. The visit follows Thaksin's release from prison on parole last Sunday....
  29. PM Srettha visits Thaksin at Bangkok residence
    Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin travelled in his new official car to meet convicted former premier Thaksin Shinawatra at the latter's family mansion in Bangkok's Bang Phlat district on Saturday. The visit follows Thaksin's release from prison on parole last Sunday....
  30. Two Vietanamese trawlers seized, 11 crew arrested
    SONGKHLA - Two Vietnamese trawlers were seized and 11 crew members arrested off this southern border province for illegally trawling sea cucumbers in Thai waters....
  31. Knocked off their perch
    The ultra-conservative camp, once an unrivalled, dominant force, may be on its way out....
  32. Anti-suicide squad aims to expand to provinces
    The Department of Mental Health (DMH) is working on expanding its Hope Task Force network to the provincial level to curb suicides after last year's records showed there were more than 31,000 suicide attempts nationwide....
  33. City needs 'urgent support'
    Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin urged speedy support for the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration's (BMA) bid to attract more international visitors to the capital, which has already been named one of the world's most visited cities....
  34. Taxes slashed for booze, pubs
    The Excise Department has cut tax rates for alcohol and nightlife venues, effective on Friday, in a bid to boost tourism and domestic spending....
  35. Police colonel faces extortion inquiry
    A police colonel in Nakhon Nayok has been transferred to an inactive post pending an investigation into an allegation that he ordered his subordinates to extort money from people....
  36. Myanmar influx 'no cause for concern'
    TAK: Defence Minister Sutin Klungsang said on Friday that movements in Thailand against Myanmar's military regime are being monitored and are under control, adding that such activists should be treated differently from other Myanmar immigrants....
  37. SRT approves three double-track routes
    The State Railway of Thailand's (SRT) board has given the green light to a plan to build three routes of a double-track railroad system covering 634 kilometres with a combined investment of 113.14 billion baht....
  38. Govt 'gifts' workers a higher wage
    Labour Minister Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn yesterday confirmed a second rise in the minimum wage to 400 baht per day for some professions and provinces, which he said is a Songkran gift for Thais....
  39. Government 'gifts' workers a higher wage
    Labour Minister Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn on Friday confirmed a second rise in the minimum wage to 400 baht per day for some professions and provinces, which he said is a Songkran gift for Thais....
  40. 8 more provinces added to UHC
    Members of the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) scheme will be allowed more options when seeking medical services using only their ID card as eight more provinces are now included in the policy....
  41. THAI reports B28.1bn net profit
    Thai Airways International (THAI) reported a jump in revenue and logged a net profit of 28.1 billion baht last year due to a recovery in the aviation and tourism sectors and a significant increase in passenger travel demand....
  42. Latest link 'won't touch' Ayutthaya
    A new high-speed rail development plan will not impact the world heritage site in Ayutthaya, according to the Transport Ministry....
  43. Actor issues scam warning after B5m crypto theft
    Singer-actor Navin Yavapolkul has filed a complaint with police against online scammers after losing more than 5 million baht in cryptocurrency when he downloaded a link to an application on a weblog....
  44. Slain woman’s father says son-in-law deserves death penalty
    The husband of Chonlada “Noon” Muthuwong deserves capital punishment as he showed no remorse after confessing to killing her and burning her body, says the dead woman’s father....
  45. Salvage mission yields ‘Sukhothai’ nameplate
    The nameplate of the sunken HTMS Sukhothai was retrieved on Friday morning — the second day of a 19-day operation by the Thai and US navies to salvage the ill-fated vessel....
  46. Suvarnabhumi rail link shut down for 2½ hours
    Automated trains linking the main and satellite terminals at Suvarnabhumi airport were out of service for two and a half hours on Friday during a routine check on the electrical system....
  47. National park in Krabi earns over B260m in entry fees in 4 months
    Hat Noppharat Thara–Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park in Krabi has generated more than 260 million baht in entry fees in less than four months, owing to the continual increase in the number of tourists visiting this popular island attraction....
  48. Thaksin can take part in politics as advisor: Probation Dept
    Convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra is allowed to take positions in politics and offer advice during his parole period, the deputy chief of the Probation Department said on Friday....
  49. Thaksin can ‘advise’ on politics: Probation Dept
    Convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra is allowed to take positions in politics and offer advice during his parole period, the deputy chief of the Probation Department said on Friday....
  50. 1.8m meth pills seized, 10 arrested in three cases
    Police have arrested 10 suspected drug couriers in three major drug cases in Chiang Rai province with 1.8 million methamphetamine pills and assets worth 10 million baht seized....

 

  1. Thai Prime Minister’s Surprise Airport Inspection Unveils Slow Services, Vows Improvement
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- National— On February 24th, 2024, Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin posted a message on X regarding an unofficial evening visit to Suvarnabhumi Airport without prior announcements to inspect airport services. Srettha stated that he visited Suvarnabhumi Airport in the evening when there are many passengers. Srettha reportedly timed the airport service time from the checking-in […] Thai Prime Minister’s Surprise Airport Inspection Unveils Slow Services, Vows Improvement -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  2. Thai and Myanmar Authorities Raid Massive Online Gambling Den at Thailand-Myanmar Border
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- National— On February 24th, 2024, Myanmar military and police officers launched a raid operation in a building used as online gambling operating offices at the Thailand-Myanmar border, near Mae Sai, Chiang Rai. According to Myanmar local media, on February 22nd, the building was suspected to be a residence for Thai, Chinese, and Burmese nationals working […] Thai and Myanmar Authorities Raid Massive Online Gambling Den at Thailand-Myanmar Border -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  3. Bangkok Airways Reports Stellar Growth in 2023, Credits Chinese Visa Exemption and Strategic Moves
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- National— On February 24th, 2024, Mr. Puttipong Prasarttong-Osoth, the President of Bangkok Airways Public Co., Ltd., publicly revealed a continuous recovery rate of the aviation industry in the 4th quarter of 2023, as a result of Chinese visa exemptions and long holidays. The overall performance of Bangkok Airways in 2023 was in a positive direction […] Bangkok Airways Reports Stellar Growth in 2023, Credits Chinese Visa Exemption and Strategic Moves -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  4. Honest Pattaya Man Returns Lost Wallet
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Pattaya — A Thai man in Pattaya returned a lost wallet containing cash and personal documents to the Pattaya police on Saturday, February 24th. Mr. Thanthai Khieokaew, 31, discovered a lost wallet near Pattaya Third Road, close to Tony’s Gym. He immediately took the effort to report the find to the Pattaya Police Station. Mr. […] Honest Pattaya Man Returns Lost Wallet -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  5. Pickup Truck Driver Critically Injured in Chonburi Highway Collision
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Chonburi — A pickup truck driver sustained critical injuries and four passengers suffered minor injuries in a collision with an 18-wheel trailer on Highway 36 (Pattaya-Rayong) on Saturday, February 24th. The accident occurred at approximately 4:30 PM near the petrol station in the Pong sub-district, Banglamung district, Chonburi. The Sawang Boriboon Thammasathan Foundation responded to […] Pickup Truck Driver Critically Injured in Chonburi Highway Collision -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  6. Drunk Man Jumps in Front of Train in Pattaya, Suffers Minor Injuries
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Pattaya — A train driver in Pattaya narrowly avoided colliding with a drunk pedestrian on the tracks early Sunday morning, resulting in minor injuries for the individual. At approximately 1:00 AM on February 25th, the Sawangboriboon Thammasathan Foundation responded to a report of a pedestrian-train collision near Soi Khao Talo Nong Krabok in Nongprue, Banglamung, […] Drunk Man Jumps in Front of Train in Pattaya, Suffers Minor Injuries -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  7. Devotees Gathered at Wat Chai Mongkol in Pattaya During Makha Bucha Day
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Pattaya — Wat Chai Mongkol held a vibrant celebration of Makha Bucha Day on Saturday, February 24th, drawing devotees and Buddhists from across Pattaya and nearby communities. Makha Bucha Day, observed on the 15th day of the third lunar month, commemorates the miraculous gathering of 1,250 Buddhist monks before the Buddha. This day also marks […] Devotees Gathered at Wat Chai Mongkol in Pattaya During Makha Bucha Day -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  8. Honda LPGA Thailand Thrives, Inspiring Future Generations
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- (Chonburi – February 25th, 2024) – Golf fans of Honda LPGA Thailand have left a remarkable impression on officials from the “LPGA Tour,” who considered the event one of the most vibrant tours, receiving overwhelming responses from golf enthusiasts. The performance of the 11 Thai golfers was outstanding, creating a strong impression on viewers and […] Honda LPGA Thailand Thrives, Inspiring Future Generations -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  9. Why You Need A Reputable Lawyer When Buying Property or Land in Thailand
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Buying Property or Land in Thailand Why You Need Isaan Lawyers by Your Side When Buying Property or Land In Thailand. Buying property or Land in Thailand is an exciting step, but navigating the unfamiliar legal landscape can be overwhelming. That’s where Isaan Lawyers comes in. We go beyond just navigating legalities; we build trust […] Why You Need A Reputable Lawyer When Buying Property or Land in Thailand -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  10. Rotary Club of Pattaya Center International Lay Foundations for RCPCI Park
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Pattaya, Thailand- In honor of Rotary International, in honor of Rotary in Thailand: on February 23rd, the members of Rotary Club Pattaya Center International (RCPCI) created the basis for a park in Pattaya to bring honor to Rotary throughout Thailand – and many donations to be able to work with blessings throughout Thailand. February 23 […] Rotary Club of Pattaya Center International Lay Foundations for RCPCI Park -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  11. Tolls on Chalong Rat and Burapha Withi expressways to rise on March 1st
    Tolls on the Chalong Rat and Burapha Withi expressways will increase by 10% or 5-10 baht, depending on the type of vehicle, on March 1st, according to the Expressway Authority... The post Tolls on Chalong Rat and Burapha Withi expressways to rise on March 1st first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  12. EC asked to probe minister's shares
    The Election Commission (EC) is being asked to examine Tourism and Sports Minister Sudawan Wangsuphakijkosol's shares to determine whether she has adhered to a ministerial shareholding rule and is, therefore, still eligible for her post....
  13. Election Commission asked to probe minister's shares
    The Election Commission (EC) is being asked to examine Tourism and Sports Minister Sudawan Wangsuphakijkosol's shares to determine whether she has adhered to a ministerial shareholding rule and is, therefore, still eligible for her post....
  14. Court turns down bail for activists on hunger strike
    The Criminal Court has denied bail requests for activist Tantawan Tualanon and her friend, saying the health of both detainees — who are now on a hunger strike — is being closely monitored by a medical team....
  15. Man arrested for supplying frozen semen to surrogacy rackets abroad
    A man was arrested by police in Nonthaburi province on Saturday for allegedly being a key member of a transnational surrogacy racket, supplying frozen semen, ova and foetuses to networks... The post Man arrested for supplying frozen semen to surrogacy rackets abroad first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  16. Thai tourist spots to be featured in popular mobile game
    Popular tourist destinations in secondary provinces will be proposed as scenes in Gravity's hit mobile game Ragnarok Origin, Tourism and Sports Minister Sudawan Wangsuphakijkosol said....
  17. Court refuses bail for hunger striking monarchy reform activists
    The Criminal Court rejected bail applications for two hunger striking monarchy reform activists today, Tantawan Tuatulanon and Natthanon Chaimahabutra, on the grounds that they are now under the close observation... The post Court refuses bail for hunger striking monarchy reform activists first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  18. Tattooed Asian man found dead, shot in head near airport
    SAMUT PRAKAN: A heavily-tattooed Asian man was found dead in a deserted stall near Suvarnabhumi airport on Sunday with three bullet wounds in the head, according to police....
  19. Woman arrested in burnt skeleton case
    KHON KAEN: A woman was arrested in connection with a burnt human skeleton found at a rubbish dump in Waeng Noi district on Feb 17th. She claimed the deceased, her friend, died of convulsions and she burned her body on a discarded car tyre....
  20. Thaksin to have significant role in Pheu Thai ruling party – Poll
    In an opinion poll, released today, most respondents (50.38%) say they believe that former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, now on parole, will have advisory political roles in the Pheu Thai... The post Thaksin to have significant role in Pheu Thai ruling party - Poll first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  21. Drunk, mentally ill policeman fatally stabs woman passer-by
    NAKHON SI THAMMARAT: A mentally ill and drunk policeman ran out of his police flat, kicked over a passing motorcycle and repeatedly stabbed the two men riders, killing one of them....
  22. Excessive PM2.5 in 26 provinces, 258 hotspots in Thailand today
    Twenty-six northern and north-eastern provinces have been found to be suffering excessive PM2.5 airborne pollution today as 258 hotspots were detected, most of them in Chiang Mai. Forest fires at... The post Excessive PM2.5 in 26 provinces, 258 hotspots in Thailand today first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  23. Most think Corrections Dept should not make parole decisisons: poll
    A majority of Thais disagree with corrections officials having the authority to approve prison sentence reductions and parole, according to an opinion survey by Nida Poll....
  24. Most think Corrections Dept should not make parole decisions: poll
    A majority of Thais disagree with corrections officials having the authority to approve prison sentence reductions and parole, according to an opinion survey by Nida Poll....
  25. Cobra Gold wargames start Monday, may affect some flights
    Nearly 10,000 military officers will participate in Cobra Gold from Feb 26 to March 8, and the military exercise may cause some flight delays, according to officials....
  26. Trump coasts to another victory in race for Republican nomination
    Charleston, United States – Donald Trump cruised to a lightning victory Saturday in South Carolina’s Republican primary, blitzing rival Nikki Haley in her home state and continuing his march to the nomination... The post Trump coasts to another victory in race for Republican nomination first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  27. Court to decide on bail for hunger strikers today
    The Criminal Court will decide today whether to grant bail to two hunger-striking monarchy reform activists, Tantawan Tuatulanon and Natthanon Chaimahabutra. The Criminal Court has previously refused to grant bail... The post Court to decide on bail for hunger strikers today first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  28. Most think Corrections Dept should not make parole decisions: poll
    A majority of Thais disagree with corrections officials having the authority to approve prison sentence reductions and parole, according to an opinion survey by Nida Poll....
  29. Will Sethaput meet the fate of BOT governors defying the government?
    Bank of Thailand (BOT) Governor Sethaput Suthiwartnarueput is yielding no ground in his face-off with Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin over the central bank’s interest rate policy. Against the backdrop of... The post Will Sethaput meet the fate of BOT governors defying the government? first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  30. Navalny’s body given to his mother: Navalny spokesperson
    Warsaw, Poland – The body of late Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been handed to his mother, more than a week after he died in an Arctic prison colony, his... The post Navalny's body given to his mother: Navalny spokesperson first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  31. Police transferred pending online gambling probe
    The national police chief has ordered the transfer of eight officers linked to Suchanun "Minnie" Sucharitchinsri, a woman accused of running an online gambling network, to prevent them from interfering with the case....
  32. Suchatvee wants more Thai students in US
    Democrat Party deputy leader Suchatvee Suwansawat wants more Thai students to study in the United States to improve their potential to compete with their Vietnamese counterparts....
  33. A B1tN bridge to success
    The government has vowed to go ahead with the 1-trillion-baht Land Bridge megaproject after the House of Representatives endorsed a feasibility study on the project last week....
  34. Myanmar detains 148 Thais
    The Myanmar military and police have detained 148 Thais in the wake of a crackdown on call centre scams and online gambling operations in Tachileik, a border town opposite Mae Sai in Chiang Rai province....
  35. Calls for Betong airport upgrade
    YALA: The Betong District Tourism Association is urging the government to expand Betong International Airport's runway under the prime minister's tourism promotion plan so it can accommodate larger aircraft and bring in more tourists....
  36. Activist Tantawan's father presses for her release
    The father of activist Tantawan Tuatulanon -- who is now on hunger strike -- has promised he will persuade his daughter to steer clear of any political activities if she is granted bail....
  37. PM to court EV investors in Germany
    The government is aiming to attract car manufacturers in Germany to invest in the electric vehicle (EV) industry in Thailand during Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin's official trip to the country next month, Deputy Prime Minister Parnpree Bahiddha-Nukara said yesterday....
  38. Officers transferred pending online gambling probe
    The national police chief has ordered the transfer of eight officers linked to Suchanun "Minnie" Sucharitchinsri, a woman accused of running an online gambling network, to prevent them from interfering with the case....
  39. Power bank 'explodes' on board flight
    A power bank explosion triggered chaos on a flight from Bangkok to Nakhon Si Thammarat yesterday morning, forcing passengers and crew to extinguish a midair fire....
  40. PM tries out Lexus on visit to Thaksin's home
    Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin travelled in his new official car to meet convicted former premier Thaksin Shinawatra at the latter's family mansion in Bangkok's Bang Phlat district yesterday....
  41. Bookings open for Bangkok-Ayutthaya steam train ride to mark birth of Thai railway
    The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) is organising a special excursion train from Bangkok to Ayutthaya with steam locomotive to celebrate its 127th anniversary on 26 March 2024. The post Bookings open for Bangkok-Ayutthaya steam train ride to mark birth of Thai railway appeared first on TAT Newsroom....
  42. Thailand Adjusts Excise Taxes on Local Liquor to Boost Tourism, Mixed Reactions from Industry
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- National— On February 23rd, 2024, Mr. Ekniti Nitithanprapas, the Director General of the Excise Department, publicly announced the adjustment of excise taxes and duties structures on local liquor effective on February 23rd to promote Thailand as a central hub for tourism. TPN previously covered all the details of excise tax rates on liquor products including […] Thailand Adjusts Excise Taxes on Local Liquor to Boost Tourism, Mixed Reactions from Industry -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  43. Thai Authorities Arrest Thai Suspect for Smuggling Frozen Sperm to Cambodia and Laos, Linked to Chinese Investors
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- National— On February 24th, 2024, the Thai Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) captured a suspect who allegedly smuggled frozen sperm in nitrogen tanks to clinics in Cambodia and Lao PDR according to an arrest warrant from the criminal court. The suspect, publicly identified as Mr. Theerapong Chaiyasuk, 33, was arrested at a residence in Mueang, Nonthaburi. […] Thai Authorities Arrest Thai Suspect for Smuggling Frozen Sperm to Cambodia and Laos, Linked to Chinese Investors -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  44. Pattaya Police Arrest Kratom Juice Vendor, Seize 122 Bottles in Illegal Sales Crackdown in Soi Buakhao
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Pattaya— At 12:06 AM, on February 24th, 2024, Pattaya City police captured a local kratom juice vendor who allegedly sold kratom juice without permission and confiscated 122 bottles of kratom juice in Soi Buakhao, Banglamung, Chonburi. According to the police report, locals filed complaint reports of a vendor illegally selling kratom juice in bottles to […] Pattaya Police Arrest Kratom Juice Vendor, Seize 122 Bottles in Illegal Sales Crackdown in Soi Buakhao -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  45. Hunger-striker's father presses for her release
    The father of hunger-striking activist Tantawan “Tawan” Tuatulanon has promised he will persuade her to steer clear of any political activities if she is granted bail....
  46. Hunger striker Tantawan’s father asks court to grant her bail
    The father of monarchy reform activist Tantawan Tuatulanon submitted a petition to the Criminal Court today, seeking bail for her daughter and another activist, Natthanon Chaimahabutra, promising to restrain his... The post Hunger striker Tantawan’s father asks court to grant her bail first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  47. Cell phone power bank fire on Thai Air Asia flight extinguished quickly
    A passenger’s cell phone power bank, in their carry-on luggage, caught fire during a Thai Air Asia flight this morning, but the fire was quickly put out by the crew.... The post Cell phone power bank fire on Thai Air Asia flight extinguished quickly first appeared on Thai PBS World : The latest Thai news in English, News Headlines, World News and News Broadcasts in both Thai and English. We bring Thailand to the world....
  48. More Thai students ‘should consider US’
    More Thai students should consider studying in the United States to improve their potential to compete with their Vietnamese counterparts, says Suchatvee Suwansawat, deputy leader of the Democrat Party....
  49. 711 in Thailand Reports Record Income of 399 Billion Baht in 2023, Announces Expansion Plans for 700 Plus New Locations
    The Pattaya News -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- National On February 23rd, 2024, CP All Plc., publicly revealed business profit results for 2023 for Seven-Eleven in which the convenience stores had an overall income of 399 billion baht, having a gross profit of 112 billion baht and increasing from the previous year by 16.1%. CP All stated to the public that the increasing […] 711 in Thailand Reports Record Income of 399 Billion Baht in 2023, Announces Expansion Plans for 700 Plus New Locations -=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=- The Pattaya News - Real. Unbiased. Impactful. In the moment....
  50. Midair chaos: Power bank catches fire on domestic flight
    A power bank explosion triggered chaos on a flight from Bangkok to Nakhon Si Thammarat on Saturday morning, forcing passengers and crew to work together to extinguish a midair fire....