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  1. As Phuket reopens to domestic arrivals, food security efforts continue By The Phuket News Photo: PPAO PHUKET: As the Phuket Check Point reopened on Saturday (Oct 16) to allow vaccinated people onto the island without COVID tests, food security efforts across the island continued. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235861-as-phuket-reopens-to-domestic-arrivals-food-security-efforts-continue/
  2. Photo: PPAO By The Phuket News PHUKET: As the Phuket Check Point reopened on Saturday (Oct 16) to allow vaccinated people onto the island without COVID tests, food security efforts across the island continued. For the first time in months the checkpoint saw long tailbacks as people drove onto the island. Officers at the checkpoint have yet to reveal how many people have come onto the island since the easing the provincial entry restrictions, but have already estimated that the number will spiral up to about 10,000 a day, after seeing just 1,000 a day under t
  3. Flood woes caused by dam overflow in Suphan Buri province Many households and low-lying areas located along the Tha Chin River, in Thailand’s central province of Suphan Buri, are submerged after excess water overflowed the spillways of the Krasiao Dam into the already swollen waterway. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235859-flood-woes-caused-by-dam-overflow-in-suphan-buri-province/
  4. Many households and low-lying areas located along the Tha Chin River, in Thailand’s central province of Suphan Buri, are submerged after excess water overflowed the spillways of the Krasiao Dam into the already swollen waterway. Described as the worst in the province in a decade, provincial officials attributed the current flooding to water discharges from the Chao Phraya Dam in Chainat province, continuing heavy rain in the province and runoffs from the swollen Krasiao reservoir. The provincial administration has warned riverside residents in Nong Ya Sai, Derm Bang Nan
  5. Judgement day for Paiboon Nititawan, protector of junta-sponsored Constitution Paiboon Nititawan A Constitutional Court ruling due to be issued on Wednesday (Oct 20) holds the key to the political future of the ruling Palang Pracharath Party’s legal expert Paiboon Nititawan, with big impacts predicted for Thailand if he loses his MP seat. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235854-judgement-day-for-paiboon-nititawan-protector-of-junta-sponsored-constitution/
  6. Paiboon Nititawan A Constitutional Court ruling due to be issued on Wednesday (Oct 20) holds the key to the political future of the ruling Palang Pracharath Party’s legal expert Paiboon Nititawan, with big impacts predicted for Thailand if he loses his MP seat. Paiboon is a deputy leader of Palang Pracharath and a close legal advisor to party leader General Prawit Wongsuwan, who is also deputy prime minister. Last November, around 60 MPs petitioned House Speaker Chuan Leekpai to seek a ruling from the Constitutional Court on whether Paiboon’s MP status had e
  7. Online guns for sale: Illegal weapons seized and three arrests made in Nonthaburi/Pathum Thani Picture: INN Pol-Lt-Gen Samran Nuanma of the metropolitan police and 191 task force operatives announced the arrest of three people trading in illegal guns and ammunition online. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235852-online-guns-for-sale-illegal-weapons-seized-and-three-arrests-made-in-nonthaburipathum-thani/
  8. Picture: INN Pol-Lt-Gen Samran Nuanma of the metropolitan police and 191 task force operatives announced the arrest of three people trading in illegal guns and ammunition online. Nineteen guns and 600 rounds of ammunition were seized. No connection with street protests had been established, reported INN. Jitthin, 29, and Jiraporn, 49. were arrested at a gas station in Pak Kret, Nonthaburi where a deal was going down for four guns and some ammo. Picture: INN This led to the search of a house in Lat Lum Kaew, Pathum Tha
  9. High-rise painter whose rope was cut still in shock - female suspect denies doing it as DNA examined Picture: Daily News Daily News reported that the high-rise painter who sought help from a British man and his wife on the 26th floor of a condo building in Pak Kret after his rope was cut intends to press charges all the way. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235851-high-rise-painter-whose-rope-was-cut-still-in-shock-female-suspect-denies-doing-it-as-dna-examined/
  10. Picture: Daily News Daily News reported that the high-rise painter who sought help from a British man and his wife on the 26th floor of a condo building in Pak Kret after his rope was cut intends to press charges all the way. He said he wants to ask the person responsible why on earth they would do that. He is still scared by the incident. A woman who is suspected of having done it is now the subject of a DNA check after she vehemently denied wrongdoing. The police said she is a 34 year old who they called A. If DNA tests confirm her
  11. Covid-19 cases in Hua Hin "concerning" - more clusters at restaurants, bakery - main market 81 positive File photo Dr Suriya Khuharat of the Prachuap Khiri Khan public health authority described the virus situation in Hua Hin as concerning yesterday. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235850-covid-19-cases-in-hua-hin-concerning-more-clusters-at-restaurants-bakery-main-market-81-positive/
  12. File photo Dr Suriya Khuharat of the Prachuap Khiri Khan public health authority described the virus situation in Hua Hin as concerning yesterday. Cases at the downtown fresh food market of Chatchai were now at 81. In the whole province there were now 158 new cases, one more death bring the total death toll to 82. Hua Hin itself was the main concern. He said there was a cluster at a restaurant 100 meters from the market involving 14 people, another involving 14 at a Khao Tom restaurant and 36 cases associated with a bakery in Soi 51.
  13. Same gang caught with ONE TON of marijuana worth 50 million baht Picture: Daily News Daily News reported that the Department of Special Investigation and the Pattani provincial police in a joint operation made more arrests of a gang smuggling marijuana across borders. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235848-same-gang-caught-with-one-ton-of-marijuana-worth-50-million-baht/
  14. Picture: Daily News Daily News reported that the Department of Special Investigation and the Pattani provincial police in a joint operation made more arrests of a gang smuggling marijuana across borders. Three days ago they had arrested 4 suspects in a 200 kilo case worth 10 million baht. This time they expanded the inquiry and arrested two men in an Isuzu who were driving ahead as lookouts. This led to an six wheel truck being stopped at a PTT gas station in Hat Yai, Songkhla and the arrest of its driver from Narathiwas. Found in t
  15. Businesses respond positively 1 November country reopening By Suwit Rattiwan BANGKOK (NNT) - The private sector has responded positively to the government’s plan to open up Thailand for international visitors from 1 November. Airports and airlines are preparing to scale up their international services with health and safety being top priorities. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235840-businesses-respond-positively-1-november-country-reopening/
  16. By Suwit Rattiwan BANGKOK (NNT) - The private sector has responded positively to the government’s plan to open up Thailand for international visitors from 1 November. Airports and airlines are preparing to scale up their international services with health and safety being top priorities. Mr Somphol Tripopnart, Managing Director for Shopping Center Business at MBK Public Company Limited, said business owners are now fully prepared to kick start their businesses for the country’s planned reopening for international visitors on 1 November. He said the MBK Sho
  17. COVID-19 Vaccination Certification now ready on Mor Prom app By Thammarat Thadaphrom BANGKOK (NNT) - Dr. Kittipong Sanchatviroon, Director of Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute, Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) revealed on October 16th, that people who are looking to travel abroad after country reopening can obtain vaccination passport at any of the 100 venues designated by the Department of Disease Control. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235839-covid-19-vaccination-certification-now-ready-on-mor-prom-
  18. By Thammarat Thadaphrom BANGKOK (NNT) - Dr. Kittipong Sanchatviroon, Director of Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute, Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) revealed on October 16th, that people who are looking to travel abroad after country reopening can obtain vaccination passport at any of the 100 venues designated by the Department of Disease Control. Some of these venues are in Bangkok and Nonthaburi, namely the Institute for Urban Disease Prevention and Control, Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute, and the Division of G
  19. Tourism Ministry hints at Thailand-Malaysia islands travel bubble By Thammarat Thadaphrom BANGKOK (NNT) - Authorities in Thailand and Malaysia are working on a plan to open a maritime travel bubble between Langkawi and Lipe islands in the Andaman Sea. There will not be quarantine requirements for ferry passengers traveling between the two places. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235838-tourism-ministry-hints-at-thailand-malaysia-islands-travel-bubble/
  20. By Thammarat Thadaphrom BANGKOK (NNT) - Authorities in Thailand and Malaysia are working on a plan to open a maritime travel bubble between Langkawi and Lipe islands in the Andaman Sea. There will not be quarantine requirements for ferry passengers traveling between the two places. During his visit to the southern region, Minister of Tourism and Sports Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn has expressed confidence that Thailand’s southern provinces bordering Malaysia will be able to accept international tourists from December. The reopening of southern border provinces
  21. Video: "Honest" taxi driver filmed with huge knife tells police he was "just cutting the roadside grass!" Picture: Sanook A video posted on Jay Moi V+ featured an angry taxi driver involved in an altercation with another driver go and get a long knife from his cab. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235837-video -honest-taxi-driver-filmed-with-huge-knife-tells-police-he-was-just-cutting-the-roadside-grass/
  22. Picture: Sanook A video posted on Jay Moi V+ featured an angry taxi driver involved in an altercation with another driver go and get a long knife from his cab. Sanook said he was threatening another driver but the burly driver told the police he was just cutting the grass by the side of the road. The post said that while the driver might claim it was for protection it was used in an inappropriate and threatening manner. It was an argument over jumping the taxi rank queue, reported Sanook. The media caught up with the person who filme
  23. Check your accounts: 10,000 victims lose money from many banks in a single day Picture: Sanook Sanook advised people in Thailand to check their bank accounts today if they are linked to online banking, credit and debit cards. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1235836-check-your-accounts-10000-victims-lose-money-from-many-banks-in-a-single-day/
  24. Picture: Sanook Sanook advised people in Thailand to check their bank accounts today if they are linked to online banking, credit and debit cards. They reported that an online group that reports criminal activity indicated there had been 10,000 victims in a single day. Many banks were affected. Each case involved lots of small sums being removed from accounts under the name "goods paid for via EDC". Under 100 baht was extracted multiple times with some people having their accounts completely emptied. It involved those with
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