Archive For 26th February 2018

Double Murder Reenactment Ends In Chaos As Crowd Tries To Lynch Suspect

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Double Murder Reenactment Ends In Chaos As Crowd Tries To Lynch Suspect

A reenactment of a double murder ended in chaos on Sunday as angry relatives and friends tried to lynch a Thai man. Police general Chalermkiat Sriwarakan, a deputy national police chief, was part of the party taking Sitthinan Narknoi, 35, to reenact the shooting of two men and the grievous wounding of a woman in…

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Transport Frequency To Buri Ram To Be Increased During MotoGP

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Transport Frequency To Buri Ram To Be Increased During MotoGP

Transport Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith said more flights, buses and trains will ply to and from Buri Ram from early October for the Moto GP 2018 race. Arkom said it was expected that some 200,000 fans will travel to the northeastern province to watch the races from October 5 to 7 hence frequency of transportation will…

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Rabies On The Increase And Everyone NEEDS To Read This Report

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Rabies On The Increase And Everyone NEEDS To Read This Report

Rabies has spread rapidly, albeit silently, in many provinces of Thailand, with 271 confirmed cases of infection in animals nationwide as of yesterday – just 55 days into the New Year. This number already surpasses the total number of rabies cases in the entire year of 2014. According to real-time rabies infection statistics reported at…

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Man Whose Book About Life In The Bangkok Hilton Has Been Turned Into A Film Is Back In Prison

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Man Whose Book About Life In The Bangkok Hilton Has Been Turned Into A Film Is Back In Prison

A Liverpool boxer, whose autobiographical novel about his time in Thai prisons has been made into a major film, is to miss its premiere – because he was jailed again today. Billy Moore wrote “A Prayer Before Dawn” which has been transferred to the screen by Hurricane Films and played at the prestigious Cannes Festival….

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Charitable Reiner Abele Is Much More Than Just “The Kindest German In Thailand”

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Charitable Reiner Abele Is Much More Than Just “The Kindest German In Thailand”

A charitable German who loves his Thai wife and his life in Thailand may be more than just “The Kindest German in Thailand” – he may be one of the most sensible expats you’d ever meet. Reiner Abele has been in the news recently after he was featured and praised in the Thai press for…

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British Embassy Involved In Improving Driving License Procedures For Foreign Nationals

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British Embassy Involved In Improving Driving License Procedures For Foreign Nationals

In collaboration with the British Embassy Bangkok, the Thai Department of Land Transport is working to improve the process of obtaining a driving license for foreign nationals across Thailand. These improvements contribute to a wider goal of tackling road safety in Thailand, with an aim to cap the rising number of foreign nationals involved in road…

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Thai Man With Two Beautiful Wives Shares Secret To Happy Marriage(s)

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Thai Man With Two Beautiful Wives Shares Secret To Happy Marriage(s)

After photos of a Bangkok man who has two beautiful wives got attention in social media over the past week, the trio — and their nine children — have given numerous interviews sharing their secrets for having a happy marriage in Thailand. It all started when the second wife, Warissara Poksrichan, 32, posted photos of…

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Preeyanuch “Preaw” Nonwangchai Now Denies Killing Khon Kaen Karaoke Girl

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Preeyanuch “Preaw” Nonwangchai Now Denies Killing Khon Kaen Karaoke Girl

Preeyanuch “Preaw” Nonwangchai, on trial for the murder and dismemberment of Miss Warisara Klinjui a karaoke worker, has changed her tack in court and denied killing the young woman. She and the four other defendants earlier confessed to the charges, which include premeditated murder. The five defendants were taken to Khon Kaen Provincial Court on…

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Khon Kaen Zoo Gets A New White Lion Cub And A Baby Red-Shanked Douc

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Khon Kaen Zoo Gets A New White Lion Cub And A Baby Red-Shanked Douc

Khon Kaen Zoo in Khao Suan Kwang district of this northeastern province has got two new members — a white lion and a red-shanked douc — which have drawn a large number of visitors during the weekend. Thanachen Khensing, the zoo director, said the white lion is a newly-born male cub from a father named…

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New Form Of Medical Certificate Issued By Doctors To Driving License Applicants To Come Into Force On March1

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New Form Of Medical Certificate Issued By Doctors To Driving License Applicants To Come Into Force On March1

Starting March 1, applicants for a driving license will be required to produce a new form of medical certificate from a qualified doctor certifying that he/she is free from five diseases namely elephantiasis, tuberculosis, alcoholism, leprosy and drug addiction. On top of that, Land Transport Department director-general Sanit Promwong said applicants for a driving license…

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