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Update: Mon, Sep 24 2018    

Thai Vietjet becomes the first airline in Thailand to take delivery of new Airbus A321

Thai Vietjet has taken a new Airbus A321 under its wing that is the sixth in its fleet and the first of its kind in the country. The sleek, 230-seat aeroplane has been configured by Vietjet Group to provide passengers with increased comfort, and more transportation opportunities.

Local donation helps save dog at death's door

A DOG which was at death's door after being eaten alive by infestations of parasites, has made a remarkable recovery thanks to a Thirsk-based company. The canine, called Tum, had been living in Chiang Mai in Thailand, an area popular with British backpackers, but suffered horrific skin injuries after becoming riddled with mites, worms, fleas and ticks.

Policeman dies, four hurt in ambush in Thailand

YALA, Sept 20 A policeman was killed, four of his colleagues were wounded while two escaped unhurt in an ambush by unidentified individuals while returning from hunting wild boar in Yala, southern Thailand. According to Raman District Police Chief Lt Kol Pisit Lomkhampa, the incident took place around 5 pm yesterday at Tadung-Raman Road targeting a four-wheel drive vehicle occupied by seven people.

Security firm left red-faced as bus washers steal its water

Two men are caught by a security camera stealing tap water to wash their coach and van, near the interprovincial bus terminal in Songkhla's Hat Yai district. SONGKHLA: A company that sells security equipment was left with a red face when two men stole water from taps outside its premises in Hat Yai, using it to leisurely wash their tour coach and van - and tripling its monthly bill.

Multi-drug busts

Drugs worth billions, seized in just three busts, were displayed at the Narcotics Suppression Bureau outside the Government Complex. Thirteen drug suspects have been detained and drugs with a combined street value of over 2 billion baht seized in three crackdowns carried out this month, the Narcotics Suppression Bureau revealed Tuesday.

Lessons from Chinese visitors

The influx of Chinese visitors to Thailand for leisure and investment opportunities gives the country an opportunity to learn 'positive things' from them, an academic says. - Jetjaras Na Ranong Readers are urged not to submit comments that may cause legal dispute including slanderous, vulgar or violent language, incorrectly spelt names, discuss moderation action, quotes with no source or anything deemed critical of the monarchy.

Grieving mother went through 33 hours of labour to donate her dead baby's body to science

Sally Field attends Burt Reynolds' private funeral service and 'discreetly enters through a side door' after revealing in her memoir that her ex was controlling and jealous during their stormy relationship Why loneliness is so dangerous for your health: Harvard doctor explains the links and urges that 'people are a medicine' Grieving woman, 37, allowed medical students to discuss ultrasound scans of her dead baby in front of her and endured a mammoth 33 HOUR labour to donate its body to science A woman whose baby died in the womb was subjected to four hours of ultrasound scans and a 33-hour labour so medical students could study her tragedy.

Phimai residents seek official's ouster in historical-site row

Villagers opposed to the declaration of Phimai municipality, with its iconic Khmer temple ruins, as a historical site rally in front of the local fine arts office, demanding the chief's removal, on Tuesday. NAKHON RATCHASIMA: The protest against the planned declaration of all of densely populated Phimai municipality as a historical site has escalated, with disgruntled residents demanding the ouster of a senior fine arts official.

Bangkok tops provinces with 30 seats for grabs in election

The distribution of constituencies for a future general election was announced by the Election Commission and published in the Royal Gazette on Wednesday. It is confirmed the country will elect 350 MPs, one for each constituency, when a date and time is finally announced for the casting of ballots in all 77 provinces, including the capital.

Name of dead girl's doctor concealed for staff morale

The picture of Pakaporn 'View' Luepak, 11, is placed for her funeral at Wat Ban Nong, Chai Nat, on Monday evening. CHAI NAT: The management of Jainad Narendra Hospital insisted on concealing the name of a doctor whose 11-year-old girl patient died suspiciously to protect the morale of hospital staff.

Hat Yai 2.0 Will Have Vegetables, Table Service, and Elbow Room

If there's one thing Earl Ninsom wants you to know about the new Hat Yai , it's that it's not the same thing as the original Hat Yai . "We have to keep moving forward," the chef said a few hours before taking off for London to kick off a culinary research trip for the new restaurant.

Three senior police officers sacked in Ponzi network case

Pol Maj Gen Rungroj Sangkham, deputy chief of staff, along with Pol Maj Gen Surachai Soadajakupdip at Tuesday's meeting of the Region 4 investigative committee into the Loei Provincial Cooperative Savings Bank case. KHON KAEN: Three senior police officers at Provincial Police Region 4 have been dismissed from the civil service and 15 others transferred to inactive posts at Royal Thai Police headquarters in connection with a high-profile investigation into a Ponzi network.

Mudslide in Mae Hong Son Refugee Camp Leaves 1 Dead, 7 Missing

One person died and seven were reported missing after a mudslide at a Myanmar refugee camp in Thailand's Mae Hong Son Province on Sunday night, the Karen Refugee Committee confirmed to The Irrawaddy. The torrent of earth and rocks, caused by heavy rain, poured down the hill and into the refugee camp around 6:30 pm in Mae La Oon in Mae Sariang, near the Thailand-Myanmar border.

4 Kapampangans dominate Asean skills competition in Thailand

Four kabalens out of 86 delegates brought honor to the Philippines in the 2018 Asean Skills Competition in Bangkok, Thailand, last August 31 to September 2. Governor Lilia Pineda, during a courtesy call, personally commended Marvin Madla, who won the IT Network System Administration Medallion of Excellence, and Anthony Cabigayan, winner of the IT Software Solutions for Business Medallion of Excellence. Both are students of St. Nicolas College of Business and Technology.

Headwinds before takeoff for new Thai Airways team

Struggling national carrier Thai Airways International PCL is pinning hopes of a revival to its 1990s heyday on a new leadership team, jet purchases and improving its brand as tourism booms in the region. FILE PHOTO: A Thai Airways Boeing 777-300ER plane takes off from Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport February 23, 2015.

Bangkok's street vendors decry evictions as authorities clean up

"Quick, move!" Bangkok street vendors call to each other as they rush carts laden with souvenirs and snacks from the city's bustling Ramkamhaeng road, pushing their wares into an alley before the police spot them. A street vendor holds his clothes when police take action on a street in Bangkok, Thailand, September 12, 2018.

New Thai party leaders report to police over online charge

The leader of the political party named Future Forward Party, Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit arrives at the Technology Crime Suppression Division to hear police charges in Bangkok, Thailand, Monday, Sept. 17, 2018.