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Serial rapist arrested after sexually assaulting Bangkok schoolgirls

Police arrested a serial rapist at his condominium in the Bang Sue district of Bangkok yesterday for sexually assaulting at least three schoolgirls in the Bangkok and Nonthaburi provinces. The Thai rapist admitted to being a pedophile and claimed that all the victims consented. A 12 year old victim and her parents filed a complaint …

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How tech transforms retirement – Must try

Embracing technology in your golden years isn’t just about keeping up with the grandkids on social media. It’s about enriching your retirement life in ways you might not have imagined. With over 62% of adults aged 65 and older now regularly surfing the web, it’s clear that the digital age is not just for the …

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Thailand 2024: The retirement haven you can’t miss

As you approach retirement, keeping an eye on emerging trends within the industry is crucial, especially in vibrant markets like Thailand. In 2024, Thailand’s retirement industry is set to evolve, influenced by global economic shifts and local demographic changes. This introduction will guide you through the key trends shaping the future of retirement in Thailand, …

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Chon Buri apartment owner battles raucous bars in neighbourhood

In a neighbourhood near Wat Boon Kanjanaram, Bang Lamung, Chon Buri, a battle rages between the tranquillity of the residences and loud music from neighbouring bars. Seven nearby bars, each blasting tunes with the fervour of a rock concert, have transformed the once-tranquil area into a sleepless nightmare. International tourists, seeking refuge in apartment owner …

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Factory owner’s son stabs man at Phatthalung pig butchering event

A grisly incident unfolded at a furniture factory in Phatthalung province where the son of the factory owner, after slaughtering a pig, fatally stabbed a fellow participant, leading to an urgent manhunt. The perpetrator’s father warned against interference, insisting on handling the matter privately. At the scene of a chilling crime in Phatthalung’s Khuan Khanun …

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Thai VietJet cites safety reasons for refusing disabled passengers

Several Thai people with disabilities stepped forward to lodge complaints with the Ministry of Transport, accusing Thai VietJet Air of refusing to accommodate them. The airline responded to the accusations today, February 29, stating that it denied service to certain disabled passengers as a precautionary safety measure. The president of the Association for the Empowerment …

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Transport minister slashes prices with 38 more domestic flights

Amid escalating complaints over skyrocketing airfare prices, Transport Minister Suriya Juangroongruangkit announced an additional 38 domestic flights and an estimated 13,000 seats for the upcoming Songkran holiday season in April. Suriya asserted that this measure is just one of the short-term solutions being devised to combat the escalating airfare predicament. “We’re taking decisive action to …

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What to do in Bangkok this weekend (March 1 – 3)

Venture into an intimate artistic voyage alive with imagination. Shed expectations and discover boundless beauty behind each petal. Creativity blazes here, an invitation to unlock stories to ignite tender hearts. Friends connect souls through revolutionary halls that rouse spirits and blend truth with wonder. Things to do in Bangkok (March 1 – 3) Flower of …

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Chien charges into first-round lead at Honda LPGA Thailand

Chinese Taipei’s Chien Pei-yun upstaged a star-studded line-up with a stunning eight-under-par 64 on the opening day of the Honda LPGA Thailand 2024. Belying her lowly 113th position in the Rolex Women’s World Rankings, Chien snared seven birdies and an eagle over the Siam Country Club Old Course to leap into a two-stroke lead in …

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Thailand’s manufacturing sector sees slump for 16th month

Thailand’s manufacturing sector witnessed a prolonged slump for the 16th month in January, as the country’s key economic pillar grapples with dwindling domestic and overseas motor vehicle sales, according to information released by the Industry Ministry. The year-on-year decline of 2.94% in the sector fell short of the anticipated 5.1% fall predicted in a Reuters …

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Thailand upgraded in global freedom survey
Thailand has been upgraded to “partly free” from “not free” in an annual survey by the US advocacy group Freedom House, despite its observation that the winner of the 2023 election was prevented from forming a government.
Immigration Bureau refutes Indonesian woman's entry denial claims
The Immigration Bureau has dismissed allegations made by an Indonesian woman who claimed that she and her husband were denied entry into Thailand for their honeymoon due to a cash requirement.
Tourism trade wants restrictions relaxed
Tourism operators hope the government eases travel restrictions to promote cross-border travel amid fierce competition in Southeast Asia, especially as Malaysia inched closer to Thailand last year.
Military's elite study course welcomes Paetongtarn
The National Defence College (NDC) has confirmed that Paetongtarn Shinawatra, leader of the ruling Pheu Thai Party, won a place among the first batch of young executives to study a new defence curriculum, believed to open doors to important connections, which it is offering.
Songkran 'to make biggest splash yet'
Bangkok is gearing up for this year's celebrations of Songkran, expected to be more extravagant than ever before as the water festival will be organised as part of the government's promotion of Thailand's soft power.
Scrutinising the need for overseas bonds
Several heads turned when the government said last week it is considering a plan to raise US$1 billion (about 36 billion baht) worth of foreign currency-denominated bonds, with some observers expressing doubts about worthiness and the risk of currency devaluation.
Singapore's Tada debuts ride-hailing service in Bangkok
Thailand's ride-hailing market is expected to intensify with the debut of Singapore-based Tada on Wednesday.
Bitcoin hits B2m amid crypto boom
The price of Bitcoin topped 2 million baht on the Bitkub digital asset exchange as global prices spiked to a new high of US$59,000 on Wednesday afternoon, amid institutional buying of spot Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and growing retail investor interest in cryptocurrency.
Domestic oil demand set to rise this year
Demand for refined oil, especially jet fuel, in Thailand is expected to grow this year despite a projection of slow economic growth, says Thai Oil Plc, the country's largest oil refinery by capacity.
SCB acquires 100% of Vietnamese lender
Siam Commercial Bank confirmed on Wednesday that it has reached an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in the consumer finance lender Home Credit Vietnam in a deal worth 31 billion baht.
 
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New Zealand repeals landmark anti-smoking law
New Zealand has repealed landmark tobacco legislation that would have made it illegal for people born after Jan 1, 2009 to buy cigarettes.
Thailand upgraded in global freedom survey
Thailand has been upgraded to “partly free” from “not free” in an annual survey by the US advocacy group Freedom House, despite its observation that the winner of the 2023 election was prevented from forming a government.
Thailand records current account deficit of $200 million
Thailand recorded a current account deficit of US$0.2 billion in January, after a surplus of $2.1 billion in the previous month, the Bank of Thailand (BoT) said on Thursday.
Immigration Bureau refutes Indonesian woman's entry denial claims
The Immigration Bureau has dismissed allegations made by an Indonesian woman who claimed that she and her husband were denied entry into Thailand for their honeymoon due to a cash requirement.
Factory output drops 2.94%, beats forecast
Thailand's manufacturing production extended declines for the 16th month in January, the Industry Ministry said on Thursday, as a key driver of the economic engine struggles amid weak domestic and export sales of motor vehicles.
Singapore to buy eight F-35A jets, boost defence spending
SINGAPORE - Singapore will acquire eight Lockheed Martin Corp F-35A fighter jets to be delivered around 2030, adding another tranche of modern aircraft to the city-state’s fleet, Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen told parliament Wednesday.
Google stops AI from creating human images
SAN FRANCISCO — Images showing people of colour in German military uniforms from World War II that were created with Google’s Gemini chatbot have amplified concerns that artificial intelligence (AI) could add to the internet's already vast pools of misinformation as the technology struggles with issues around race.
Judge orders Trump removed from Illinois primary ballots
CHICAGO — A state judge in Illinois ruled Wednesday that former United States President Donald Trump had engaged in insurrection and was ineligible to appear on the state's primary ballot.
Consumer confidence hits 47-month high
Consumer confidence rose in January to the highest level in 47 months, propped up by the economic recovery, says Fiscal Policy Office (FPO) director-general Pornchai Thiraveja.
Soaring bitcoin set for sharpest monthly jump since 2020
SINGAPORE - Bitcoin headed for its biggest monthly gain in more than three years on Thursday and is within range of a record high as cash rushing to listed bitcoin funds propels a strong rally.
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