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Update: Fri, Jun 23 2017    

Australian man arrested after two die in Thailand crash

Australian man faces charges after woman, 50, and her nephew, 15, are killed when his pick-up crashed into their motorbike in Thailand as he 'tried to flee the scene of another accident' An Australian man is facing criminal charges after a car crash in central Thailand that left two people dead and a third in a critical condition in hospital. The 55-year-old expat is being held in police custody following the accident in Udon Thani, 560 kilometres north of Bangkok, on Tuesday.



Three politicians caught up in Nakhon Ratchasima underage prostitution scandal

Three Pak Chong-based local politicians, who were arrested for allegedly buying sexual services from underage prostitutes in Nakhon Ratchasima province, were transferred to the Anti-Human Trafficking Division head office in Bangkok for further questioning on Wednesday morning, said provincial police chief Pol Maj-General Supakorn Khamsingnok. After Tuesday's arrest of three unnamed politicians, police also arrested Pak Chong resort caretaker Winai Jaengploy, 56, reportedly a close aide to a retired military officer, on charges of raping underage girls.



Australian man faces charges after Thai accident

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Melbourne man dies after contracting Japanese encephalitis in Phuket, Thailand

It it is believed to be only the 10th case of the disease recorded in Australia and the second case reported in Victoria. The man in his 60s had visited Phuket for 10 days in early May and began to feel lethargic on day eight.



Thailand arrests 10 suspects, seizes firearms in restive south

Thai army soldiers search the area of a roadside bomb blast in the southern province of Pattani, Thailand, on Jun 19, 2017. PATTANI: Thai authorities arrested 10 suspects and seized 11 firearms believed to have been used in sectarian violence in the restive south.



Lao woman, 21, arrested in Maha Sarakham with 19,600 meth pills

Maha Sarakham police arrested a Laotian woman who was allegedly attempting to deliver 19,600 methamphetamine pills to an unnamed recipient. Acting on a tip-off, police arrested Souksamoan, 21, from the Lao province of Savannakhet, as she arrived at the Maha Sarakham bus terminal from Nakhon Phanom.



Mother of 'thief of the year' arrested with two truckloads of allegedly stolen items

Udon Thani police have arrested the mother of a young man who was dubbed the "thief of the year" on charges that she collaborated with her new husband to rob a hospital and houses in Udon Thani. Udon Than police chief Pol Major Pirapong Wongsaman held a press conference on Wednesday morning to announce the arrest of Srisuda Pranomsri, 45, and her husband, Theprasit Dokchan, 29, and display a variety of allegedly stolen items.



Self-storage takes off in Thailand

Demand for self-storage facilities will likely grow as more people are looking to store personal items outside the home. Self-storage is an industry where storage space is rented to tenants, mainly small businesses and individuals.



Self-storage takes off in Thailand

Demand for self-storage facilities will likely grow as more people are looking to store personal items outside the home. Self-storage is an industry where storage space is rented to tenants, mainly small businesses and individuals.



Court upholds prison terms for Dutchman, Thai wife

Justice officials search the house of Johannes Petrus Maria van Laarhoven in Chon Buri province on July 23, 2014. The Appeal Court on Tuesday upheld a Dutchman's 20-year jail term and his Thai wife's 7-year sentence for laundering money earned supplying marijuana to customers in the Netherlands for years.



Immigration officer detained in arms smuggling case went through Koh Kong casino to access Thailand

The Cambodian official arrested by Thai police on suspicion of smuggling weapons entered Thailand using a private road that is part of a border-hugging casino owned by CPP Senator Ly Yong Phat and is not subject to immigration controls, according to two officials at the border. The existence of such an unregulated crossing was denied by a representative of Yong Phat, who said everyone who used the road was still required to pass through the nearby immigration checkpoint.



One Year In: Hat Yai's Earl Ninsom and Alan Akwai on Fried Chicken and Visa Restrictions

Last month, Hat Yai quietly celebrated its first year in business on a veritable murder's row of restaurants on Northeast Killingsworth Street . The restaurant seemed prime for finger-licking obsession from the start: Specializing in Thai fried chicken, it was positively received by the press , and chef and co-owner Earl Ninsom 's ever-growing fandom seemed likely to quickly turn the restaurant into a destination for ravenous eaters.



PM and Cabinet members to visit Khon Kaen to promote Thailand 4.0

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and his Cabinet members are scheduled to visit Khon Kaen province on Wednesday to propel the Thailand 4.0 plan, and follow the implementation of government policies in the area. Cabinet members joining the premier on the trip are Deputy Prime Minister Admiral Narong Phiphatthanasai, Interior Minister Anupong Phaochinda, Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister General Chatchai Sarikalya, Science and Technology Minister Atchaka Sibunrueng, Education Minister Theerakiat Charoensetthasil, PM's Office Minister Suwit Mesinsee and Secretary-General to the Prime Minister General Wilas Arunsri, according to Thai National News Bureau.



Alleged Thai bomber says he did it to defy army government

Wattana Pumret, 61, is escorted by officials as he arrives at police headquarters for a press conference in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, June 20, 2017. Wattana, who was arrested for the bombing of an army hospital in Bangkok, says he carried out the attack that wounded 21 people to symbolize defiance against Thailand's ruling military junta.



Planning a trip to Thailand? Take your mosquito repellent

Travelers to Thailand should take extra precautions against mosquitoes this year: the country has reported an increase in cases of dengue fever. According to Germany's Center for Travel Medicine , there have already been 136,000 dengue fever cases registered in Chiang Mai province this year - the highest level in 20 years.



Alleged Thai bomber says he did it to defy army government

Wattana Pumret, 61, is escorted by officials as he arrives at police headquarters for a press conference in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, June 20, 2017. Wattana, who was arrested for the bombing of an army hospital in Bangkok, says he carried out the attack that wounded 21 people to symbolize defiance against Thailand's ruling military junta.



'They'll get me': ex-con fears revenge attack after stealing from prison guard

A burglar in Udon Thani province begged police to let him go, saying he feared reprisals in prison after a prison guard caught him breaking into his house. Pirapong said Chalermchai was released from jail this year after serving two years in the Udon Thani Prison for theft.