Thai News Summary List

  • Will the real John Wick please stand up?
  • Old church, gingerbread house hailed as historical sites
  • Golden Oldies and How to Communicate at Pattaya City Expats Club
  • New military unit to enhance cyber warfare ability
  • Beam me up please, Scotty
  • Monk caper; bullet in bed; undertaker's woe; polite robber
  • Dept hails two new historical sites
  • Heavy rain, strong winds and waves warned in Pattaya and Eastern Region May 26-27
  • Thaksin hints he knows who’s behind anti-PM push
  • Pattaya Retirees: Diamond Wedding
  • Governor sets sights on Old Town revamp
  • 48,000 vie for Senate seats
  • TAO vice mayor in Pattani shot dead by suspected insurgents
  • Police arrest key UFun suspect
  • Media forum agrees to support climate awareness
  • 43 people still being treated for turbulence injuries
  • 219 customers test positive for drugs in raid on Pattaya pub
  • 48,117 senatorial candidacy applications registered
  • Thaksin denies role in appointment of Phichit as PM’s Office minister
  • Missing Thai woman found safe in Switzerland
  • Thaksin warmly received in Korat
  • Drunk driver kills policeman while tearing through checkpoint
  • Students risk injury as drainage construction stalled in Bang Phra
  • Thai woman missing in Switzerland found
  • Missing Thai woman located safe and well in Switzerland
  • Pattaya’s new toilet buses prioritize access for elderly and handicapped
  • CONCEAL: Unveiling Power and Conflict Through Maps and Camouflage
  • Key suspect in “Ufun Store” fraud apprehended at Don Mueang airport
  • LGBTQ+ date robs man of motorbike at knifepoint in Pattaya
  • Thai democracy preserved: The Paris home of Pridi Banomyong
  • Student loan funds sufficient for all students
  • Newly asphalted road on Pattaya hill damaged by negligent road builders
  • Court orders EC to remove three Senate election regulations
  • Divided on the economy
  • Pattaya City strengthens security partnership with Pattaya police
  • French duo die in horror motorbike crash in Phuket
  • Traffic congestion in Soi Arunothai, Central Pattaya irks community
  • Kingdom No.1 in Asia for Euro tourists
  • Thailand is No.1 in Asia for European tourists
  • Nationwide healthcare for Thai citizens coming to Pattaya
  • 1/4 of public in dark on Senate poll
  • Busted underground water pipe caused sinkhole on Pattaya Third Road
  • Network protests relisting plan
  • Govt eyes Italian touch for Land Bridge feeder network
  • Bleaching forces diving site closures
  • 73 monkeys caught in Lop Buri
  • Airport rail link project back on track
  • PM calls for Asian unity at Tokyo forum
  • School van crash kills girl, 24 hurt
  • Anand urges education equality
  • Paetongtarn says she’s not ready to replace Srettha
  • Prawit report 'redacted' by graft body
  • PM calls for Asian unity at Tokyo forum
  • Pattaya, Bangkok to expect heavy rainfall this weekend
  • Operation to capture Lop Buri’s macaques continue
  • 73 monkeys caught in Lop Buri
  • Ex-PM Anand urges education equality
  • 1/4 of public in dark on Senate poll
  • Many in the dark about Senate poll
  • Kingdom No.1 in Asia for Euro tourists
  • Thailand ‘top choice in Asia’ for European tourists
  • Airline could face hefty payouts after turbulence
  • Singapore Airlines tightens seatbelt policy after deadly turbulence
  • Chinese fraud suspect arrested in Bangkok
  • Red shirts prepare red carpet for Thaksin in Korat
  • 48 people from Singapore Airlines flight still under treatment
  • Two French men killed in Phuket motorcycle crash
  • Two Frenchmen killed in Phuket motorcycle crash
  • World Schizophrenia Awareness Day
  • AMCHAM hosts networking and business events in Pattaya and on the Eastern Seaboard
  • Pattaya’s gay celebrations have huge commercial investment
  • South Korean faces indictment for Pattaya barrel murder
  • Large apartment fire in central Hanoi kills 14
  • One student killed, 15 injured in van accident
  • Muay Thai to be showcased at the Paris Olympic Games 2024
  • Pattaya mayor warns of social media impersonation after accounts copied
  • Angry biker assaults bus driver at entrance to Colosseum Show Pattaya
  • Drug dealer shot in gunfight with police on Jomtien Second Road
  • Srettha certainly not out of wood yet
  • Free Men’s Health Talk No. 1 at Bangkok Hospital Pattaya
  • Thailand working ‘relentlessly’ to solve Myanmar crisis - Srettha
  • Thai Enquirer News Summary – May 24, 2024
  • Brit saved from jumping off abandoned Waterfront Condo in Pattaya
  • Analysis – Constitutional Court’s ruling could hamper Srettha’s grand plan of economic growth
  • New panel to oversee 'old' rice auction
  • Couriers pose as food delivery riders
  • Concerns raised about power for call centre gangs
  • Dept certifies ancient cave
  • Japan mulls extending visa waiver
  • Dropout rate 'to ease soon'
  • Monsoon covering Pattaya, Koh Larn and the Gulf of Thailand; high waves and flash floods warned
  • Pride events this June in Pattaya and across Thailand
  • Healers claiming supernatural powers face legal action
  • Bogus ‘healers’ could face legal action
  • Cannabis permit system in pipeline
  • Senate candidates warned to obey to election rules
  • Senate candidates warned to obey election rules
  • Referendum law tweaked for charter rewrite
  • Law tweaked on referendum to rewrite charter
  • Hospital: No ‘life-threatening’ cases from turbulence
  • Will the real John Wick please stand up?
  • Old church, gingerbread house hailed as historical sites
  • New military unit to enhance cyber warfare ability
  • Beam me up please, Scotty
  • Monk caper; bullet in bed; undertaker's woe; polite robber
  • Dept hails two new historical sites
  • Thaksin hints he knows who’s behind anti-PM push
  • Governor sets sights on Old Town revamp
  • 48,000 vie for Senate seats
  • TAO vice mayor in Pattani shot dead by suspected insurgents
  • Police arrest key UFun suspect
  • Media forum agrees to support climate awareness
  • 43 people still being treated for turbulence injuries
  • 219 customers test positive for drugs in raid on Pattaya pub
  • 48,117 senatorial candidacy applications registered
  • Thaksin denies role in appointment of Phichit as PM’s Office minister
  • Missing Thai woman found safe in Switzerland
  • Thaksin warmly received in Korat
  • Drunk driver kills policeman while tearing through checkpoint
  • Thai woman missing in Switzerland found
  • Missing Thai woman located safe and well in Switzerland
  • CONCEAL: Unveiling Power and Conflict Through Maps and Camouflage
  • Key suspect in “Ufun Store” fraud apprehended at Don Mueang airport
  • Thai democracy preserved: The Paris home of Pridi Banomyong
  • Student loan funds sufficient for all students
  • Court orders EC to remove three Senate election regulations
  • Divided on the economy
  • French duo die in horror motorbike crash in Phuket
  • Kingdom No.1 in Asia for Euro tourists
  • Thailand is No.1 in Asia for European tourists
  • 1/4 of public in dark on Senate poll
  • Network protests relisting plan
  • Govt eyes Italian touch for Land Bridge feeder network
  • Bleaching forces diving site closures
  • 73 monkeys caught in Lop Buri
  • Airport rail link project back on track
  • PM calls for Asian unity at Tokyo forum
  • School van crash kills girl, 24 hurt
  • Anand urges education equality
  • Paetongtarn says she’s not ready to replace Srettha
  • Prawit report 'redacted' by graft body
  • PM calls for Asian unity at Tokyo forum
  • Operation to capture Lop Buri’s macaques continue
  • 73 monkeys caught in Lop Buri
  • Ex-PM Anand urges education equality
  • 1/4 of public in dark on Senate poll
  • Many in the dark about Senate poll
  • Kingdom No.1 in Asia for Euro tourists
  • Thailand ‘top choice in Asia’ for European tourists
  • Airline could face hefty payouts after turbulence
  • Singapore Airlines tightens seatbelt policy after deadly turbulence
  • Chinese fraud suspect arrested in Bangkok
  • Red shirts prepare red carpet for Thaksin in Korat
  • 48 people from Singapore Airlines flight still under treatment
  • Two French men killed in Phuket motorcycle crash
  • Two Frenchmen killed in Phuket motorcycle crash
  • World Schizophrenia Awareness Day
  • South Korean faces indictment for Pattaya barrel murder
  • Large apartment fire in central Hanoi kills 14
  • One student killed, 15 injured in van accident
  • Muay Thai to be showcased at the Paris Olympic Games 2024
  • Srettha certainly not out of wood yet
  • Thailand working ‘relentlessly’ to solve Myanmar crisis - Srettha
  • Thai Enquirer News Summary – May 24, 2024
  • Analysis – Constitutional Court’s ruling could hamper Srettha’s grand plan of economic growth
  • New panel to oversee 'old' rice auction
  • Dropout rate 'to ease soon'
  • Couriers pose as food delivery riders
  • Concerns raised about power for call centre gangs
  • Dept certifies ancient cave
  • Japan mulls extending visa waiver
  • Healers claiming supernatural powers face legal action
  • Bogus ‘healers’ could face legal action
  • Cannabis permit system in pipeline
  • Senate candidates warned to obey to election rules
  • Senate candidates warned to obey election rules
  • Law tweaked on referendum to rewrite charter
  • Referendum law tweaked for charter rewrite
  • Hospital: No ‘life-threatening’ cases from turbulence
  • 19 students injured in road accident in Sa Kaeo
  • Lawyer requests police probe into senators’ signatures on petition against PM
  • Old pledging scheme rice deal expected to be concluded in June
  • June 2024’s festivals and events in Thailand
  • DTGO Prosperous Expands Global Investment Strategy with Focus on Real Estate and Asset Management
  • Man found dead inside electrical utility box
  • Gas cylinder explosion kills man at home used for storage
  • Thai woman missing in Switzerland
  • Thailand’s aging population affects consumption and economic growth – KRC
  • Three boys die in Nonthaburi temple blaze
  • Charter court accepts petition seeking removal of PM Srettha’s status
  • Thousands mark Buddha’s birthday at Myanmar’s Shwedagon pagoda
  • Foreign man falls to death from Bangkok shopping mall
  • Foreign man falls to death from Bangkok mall
  • Court accepts petition against PM
  • MRT carriage leak probably from air conditioners
  • Bangkok train water leak due to clogged A/C
  • Will the real John Wick please stand up?
    The appearance on Thai social platforms of a foreign man, who strongly resembles the fictional “John Wick” character, has sparked hot debate about whether he is the actor in costume or not. This weekend videos were shared on the TikTok... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Sun-05-24
  • Old church, gingerbread house hailed as historical sites
    The Fine Arts Department has registered Windsor House in Kudeejeen community and the First Presbyterian Church in the Samre area, both in Bangkok, as historical sites.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sun-05-24
  • New military unit to enhance cyber warfare ability
    The military is looking to form a cyber-command unit in October as part of efforts to enhance the country's cyber warfare capabilities, according to Jirayu Huangsap, spokesman for Defence Minister Sutin Klungsang.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sun-05-24
  • Beam me up please, Scotty
    With a rhonchi-like sound in their throats as a signal from five Lord Buddhas, a man and a woman duo in Udon Thani claim they can cure sick people using a celestial frequency.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sun-05-24
  • Monk caper; bullet in bed; undertaker's woe; polite robber
    An Uthai Thani man is calling on his estranged wife to reconsider after she allegedly ran off with an errant monk.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sun-05-24
  • Dept hails two new historical sites
    The Fine Arts Department has registered Windsor House in Kudeejeen community and the First Presbyterian Church in the Samre area, both in Bangkok, as historical sites.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sun-05-24
  • Thaksin hints he knows who’s behind anti-PM push
    Former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, the de facto leader of the ruling Pheu Thai Party, yesterday dropped a hint that he knows who is behind the legal move led by 40 caretaker senators that may cost Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Governor sets sights on Old Town revamp
    Bangkok governor Chadchart Sittipunt has vowed to bring to Bangkok’s Old Town the best aspects of sustainable development, before his four-year term ends in 2026... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • 48,000 vie for Senate seats
    More than 48,000 people nationwide registered to compete in a Senate race to fill 200 seats, according to the Election Commission.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • TAO vice mayor in Pattani shot dead by suspected insurgents
    The vice mayor of a Tambon Administrative Organisation (TAO), in Khok Pho district of restive Pattani province, was shot and killed by insurgents on the Phet Kasem Road as he was returning home on a motorcycle from tending to his... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Police arrest key UFun suspect
    A key suspect in the 10-billion-baht UFun pyramid scheme was recently arrested at Don Mueang airport as he tried enter the country, according to the Consumer Protection Police Division (CPPD).... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Media forum agrees to support climate awareness
    DILI, Timor-Leste - The National Press Council of Thailand (NPCT) has urged the media in Southeast Asia to help promote environmental awareness among the public, so that more people realise the need to stop harming the environment and start repairing... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • 43 people still being treated for turbulence injuries
    Forty-three people who were on board a Singapore Airlines flight that hit severe turbulence are still being treated in hospitals in Bangkok four days after the emergency, Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital said on Saturday.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • 219 customers test positive for drugs in raid on Pattaya pub
    Deputy Interior Minister Chada Thaised led officials of the Provincial Administration Department in a raid on an illegal pub in Pattaya early this morning. 219 customers tested positive for drugs. The raid, in Soi Kor Pai Pattaya in Bang Lamung... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Sat-05-24
  • 48,117 senatorial candidacy applications registered
    A total of 48,117 people have registered their senatorial candidacies across the country in the five days of registration which ended on Friday, according to Sawaeng Boonmee, secretary-general of the Election Commission (EC). Of the 48,226 people who applied for... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Thaksin denies role in appointment of Phichit as PM’s Office minister
    Paroled former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has categorically refuted any suggestion that the appointment of Phichit Chuenban, his family’s lawyer, as PM’s Office Minister, was a setup to undermine Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin. He claims to be just an old... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Missing Thai woman found safe in Switzerland
    A 32-year-old Thai woman who had travelled to Switzerland before losing contact with her family nearly a month ago has been found safe and well, the Thai embassy in Bern has confirmed.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Thaksin warmly received in Korat
    Thaksin Shinawatra was warmly received when he arrived in Nakhon Ratchasima on Saturday for the first time in 17 years, with red-shirt supporters cheering and shouting “We love Thaksin” at the airport.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Drunk driver kills policeman while tearing through checkpoint
    A man with three times the legal limit of alcohol in his system killed a police officer after smashing into him while attempting to drive through a checkpoint in Muang district of Chon Buri on Friday night.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Thai woman missing in Switzerland found
    Nuntiwa Sae Jiew, or “Noon”, a Thai woman thought to have gone missing in Switzerland last month, has been found. The Facebook post by the Royal Thai Embassy in Bern reads; “Today (May 24, 2024), The Royal Thai Embassy in... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Missing Thai woman located safe and well in Switzerland
    After nearly a month since a search began, the Thai embassy in Bern, Switzerland, has announced that a 32-year-old Thai woman, reported missing after travelling to the country with her boyfriend, has been found and reconnected with her family.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • CONCEAL: Unveiling Power and Conflict Through Maps and Camouflage
    The walls of La Lanta Fine Art are currently adorned with a thought-provoking exhibition titled “CONCEAL” by Sutee Kunavichayanont, an associate professor at Silpakorn University. This solo exhibition, running until June 19 at La Lanta Fine Art Gallery, delves into... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Key suspect in “Ufun Store” fraud apprehended at Don Mueang airport
    A key suspect in the Ufun pyramid scheme was arrested at Don Mueang airport on Friday, after having fled the country almost a decade ago. Upon receiving a tip that the suspect, identified only as “Neo”, an executive of Ufun... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Thai democracy preserved: The Paris home of Pridi Banomyong
    The former Paris home of the statesman dubbed the father of Thai democracy, Pridi Banomyong, is in the headlines after being bought by Progressive Movement leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit to “preserve the spirit of the 1932 Siamese Revolution”. Thanathorn revealed last... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Student loan funds sufficient for all students
    The Student Loan Fund (SLF) has allocated 48.34 billion baht for the 2024 academic year, which is sufficient to lend to 769,009 students in need of educational funding, said Chainarong Katchapanan, manager of the SLF, on Friday. He disclosed that... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Court orders EC to remove three Senate election regulations
    The Central Administrative Court has ordered the Election Commission (EC) to withdraw three regulations regarding the self-introduction of senatorial candidates. They are regulations 7, 8 and 11(2). Regulation 7 states that senatorial candidates can introduce themselves in 2 pages of... Read more
    Source: Thai PBS World Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Divided on the economy
    From the showdown between the ruling Pheu Thai Party and the Bank of Thailand (BoT) came a call for coalition parties to ponder parting ways with the government.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • French duo die in horror motorbike crash in Phuket
    PHUKET: Two Frenchmen were killed when their motorcycle crashed into a road divider in Thalang district early yesterday.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Kingdom No.1 in Asia for Euro tourists
    Thailand is Asia’s top destination among European tourists, according to a report by Agoda.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Thailand is No.1 in Asia for European tourists
    Thailand is Asia's top destination among European tourists, according to a report by Agoda.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • 1/4 of public in dark on Senate poll
    Almost one-quarter of Thai people are unaware of the coming Senate election, and more than 70% misunderstand how the new chamber will be elected.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Network protests relisting plan
    The Cannabis Future Network completely disagrees with the Public Health Ministry’s efforts to put cannabis buds back on the narcotics list, and it will protest at Government House next Tuesday, Prasitchai Nunual, secretary-general of the group, said yesterday.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Govt eyes Italian touch for Land Bridge feeder network
    Companies in Italy are interested in investing in Thailand’s Land Bridge megaproject which would, in turn, enhance the country’s rail network, Transport Minister Suriya Jungrungreangkit yesterday said.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Bleaching forces diving site closures
    Snorkelling and diving sites at several marine national parks in five provinces have been closed due to the worsening coral bleaching situation.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • 73 monkeys caught in Lop Buri
    Almost 73 monkeys were caught on the first day of the operation to remove the troublesome primates from Lop Buri city, according to the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP).... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Airport rail link project back on track
    The high-speed rail project linking Don Mueang, Suvarnabhumi and U-Tapao airports is expected to be up and running later this year after the state and project builders agreed on a revised project.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • PM calls for Asian unity at Tokyo forum
    Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin urged Asian nations to be resilient and to work together during a speech made yesterday in Tokyo, Japan.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • School van crash kills girl, 24 hurt
    A five-year-old schoolgirl was killed and 24 other students injured when a van they were travelling in overturned in Muang district of Lampang province yesterday morning, police said.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Anand urges education equality
    Former prime minister Anand Panyarachun said yesterday that urgent action is needed to address education inequality and restore hope among Thailand’s younger generation.... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24
  • Paetongtarn says she’s not ready to replace Srettha
    Paetongtarn Shinawatra, leader of the ruling Pheu Thai Party, says she is not yet ready to become the next prime minister if Srettha Thavisin is removed from office in a case involving the appointment of a minister with a prison... Read more
    Source: Bangkok Post Published on: Sat-05-24