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  1. PHOTO: Matichon British tourist arrested for overstaying in Sisaket, says he loves Thailand so much he doesn’t want to leave A British tourist was arrested in Sisaket after overstaying his visa for two months. The tourist confessed his affection for Thailand to immigration officers, saying he loved the country so much he did not want to leave. Full Story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1279978-british-tourist-arrested-for-overstaying-in-sisaket-says-he-loves-thailand-so-much-he-doesn’t-want-to-leave/
  2. Tesla Aims for December Launch in Thailand BANGKOK (NNT) - Tesla Motors, Inc is looking to launch in Thailand this month after boosting its hiring efforts in the kingdom. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1279831-tesla-aims-for-december-launch-in-thailand/
  3. PHOTO: Matichon French man arrested in Bangkok for allegedly swindling two million baht in investment scam Bangkok police arrested a 41-year-old French national for allegedly swindling two million baht in a fraudulent brand-name product investment. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1279750-french-man-arrested-in-bangkok-for-allegedly-swindling-two-million-baht-in-investment-scam/
  4. On Saturday, Minister of Transport, Saksayam Chidchob, revealed that Thailand saw 1.89 million arrivals in November, an increase of nearly 160% on the 10 monthly average up to that point. New Air Canada link from Vancouver to Bangkok an aviation first, will boost American arrivals by Carla Boonkong & Pranee O' Connor The new direct 13-hour flight from Vancouver to Bangkok is a first for Air Canada and Thailand which is trying to regain its position as a power travel hub in Southeast Asia. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1279665-new-air-canada-link-from-vancouver-to-bangkok-an-aviation-first-will-boost-american-arrivals/
  5. More than ten Thai restaurants caught selling alcohol beyond legal time Pattaya police caught more than ten Thai restaurants breaking alcohol sales law during an early morning crackdown today, December 2nd. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1279512-more-than-ten-thai-restaurants-caught-selling-alcohol-beyond-legal-time/
  6. Private and Public Sectors Urged to Jointly Tackle Tourism Challenges in 2023 BANGKOK (NNT) - The public and private sectors are being urged to work together to prepare for uncertainty in the tourism industry next year, which may pose hurdles for Thailand’s ability to maintain its competitive edge. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1279412-private-and-public-sectors-urged-to-jointly-tackle-tourism-challenges-in-2023/
  7. https://www.volunt2thai.com looks after around 100 children in the area of sports in northern Thailand alone. Sport connects in the most positive sense. Many of these children love football, especially in light of the current World Cup in Qatar. HOWEVER, THESE CHILDREN MISS a ) sportswear b ) footballs c ) volleyballs Please donate and support these Thai children by sending soccer balls and volleyballs 1 football approx 270 THB in MACRO. If you can donate 1, please take a picture with you plus ball, send this picture to +66613162411 (Mr. Rainer) please. And please send the ball by KERRY to Udon Thani Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1279336-helping-others-at-christmas-with-asean-now-please-help/
  8. Pattaya loan sharks reportedly kidnap and attack 21-year-old female debtor A 21-year-old victim alleged she was kidnapped by four loan sharks and physically assaulted for not being able to repay her debt. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1279211-pattaya-loan-sharks-reportedly-kidnap-and-attack-21-year-old-female-debtor/
  9. AOT to Add Personnel as International Arrivals Surge BANGKOK (NNT) - Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob recently inspected Suvarnabhumi Airport to assess its readiness to accommodate incoming travelers during the high tourism season. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1279089-aot-to-add-personnel-as-international-arrivals-surge/
  10. by TNR Staff Abandoned, Ailing Australian Woman Gets Help AN AILING elderly Australian woman abandoned at a hostel in Bangkok’s Bang Rak district by an unidentified foreign man was helped by a city councillor who got her admitted to Klang Hospital for treatment, Matichon newspaper said this evening (Nov. 27). Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1279009-abandoned-ailing-australian-woman-gets-help/
  11. COVID surge just a “new wave” which will gradually fade after the New Year Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health has instructed all state hospitals to provide free vaccinations to members of the public, in the wake of a resurgence in COVID-19 infections, which they describe as a predictable “new wave.” Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1278889-covid-surge-just-a-“new-wave”-which-will-gradually-fade-after-the-new-year/
  12. 50th Anniversary of Air Force’s Peacemaker Planes PRACHUAP KHIRI KHAN, (TNA) — The Royal Thai Air Force marked the 50th anniversary of its Peacemaker fleet which is now the world’s only one remaining fleet of Peacemaker aircraft. Full Story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1278781-50th-anniversary-of-air-force’s-peacemaker-planes/
  13. Doctors, Nurses Deserve Overtime Rise: Public Health Minister BANGKOK, (TNA) – Doctors and nurses deserved an increase in their overtime because they had heavy work loads and their overtime had been unchanged for 13 years, said Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1278657-doctors-nurses-deserve-overtime-rise-public-health-minister/
  14. Invitation: Are you a Vlogger? We want to connect with you! We all have a message and insight that other expats who are readers with an interest in Thailand want to hear and ASEAN NOW has the platform to get these voices heard. As such we are inviting fellow expats who are interested in producing a short weekly video update from anywhere across Thailand to contact us now. No experience is necessary and help getting started can be given. All you need is a mobile phone to video your message. We are keen to get expats wanting to talk about a range of topics from life as an expat to updates from the region of Thailand you live. For anyone interested in this exciting opportunity please email [email protected] -- © Copyright ASEAN NOW 2022-11-23
  15. Top: Deputy Prime Minister-cum-Public Health Minister-cum-Bhumjaithai party leader Anutin Charnvirakul smelling a marijuana plant. Photo: Matichon Weekly Court Accepts Cannabis Lawsuit Against Anutin, ONCB by TNR Staff THE Administrative Court has accepted a lawsuit filed by a member of the Medical Council of Thailand and MPs from a few parties seeking to revoke the Public Health Ministry’s announcement removing marijuana from an official list of controlled substances, Naewna newspaper said today (Nov. 21). Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1278476-court-accepts-cannabis-lawsuit-against-anutin-oncb/
  16. Sattahip’s Mountain B pub renamed, reopened and raided by police Chon Buri police and local officials raided a pub Saturday night, which is located on the same plot of land in Sattahip district as the Mountain B pub, the scene of a deadly fire on August 5th which has, to date, claimed the lives of 26 people and left others in hospital to this day. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1278401-sattahip’s-mountain-b-pub-renamed-reopened-and-raided-by-police/
  17. Thailand, U.S. reaffirm strategic partnership BANGKOK (NNT) - Thailand and the United States have reaffirmed their strategic alliance and partnership, as high-ranking officials from both countries meet again for the APEC Economic Leaders’ Week. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1278250-thailand-us-reaffirm-strategic-partnership/
  18. Invitation: ASEAN NOW Expat Vlog Updates from across Thailand We all have a message and insight that other expats who are readers with an interest in Thailand want to hear and ASEAN NOW has the platform to get these voices heard. As such we are inviting fellow expats who are interested in producing a short weekly video update from anywhere across Thailand to contact us now. No experience is necessary and help getting started can be given. All you need is a mobile phone to video your message. We are keen to get expats wanting to talk about a range of topics from life as an expat to updates from the region of Thailand you live. For anyone interested in this exciting opportunity please email [email protected] -- © Copyright ASEAN NOW 2022-11-18
  19. Probe sought into transfers of ฿39m from Ubon Ratchathani municipality’s accounts Police in Ubon Ratchathani’s Mueang district have been asked to investigate how 39 million baht was transferred from its bank accounts to an online shopping platform. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1277994-probe-sought-into-transfers-of-฿39m-from-ubon-ratchathani-municipality’s-accounts/
  20. Air passengers advised to allow more time for their travel to airports Passengers intending to take domestic or international flights out of Bangkok are being advised to allow 3 hours before boarding time for travel to Suvarnabhumi or Don Mueang airports. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1277896-air-passengers-advised-to-allow-more-time-for-their-travel-to-airports/
  21. Proposal to extend nightspot closing hours rescheduled to end of November A proposal to extend the legal closing hours for nightlife venues in tourist areas from 2 AM to 4 AM has been rescheduled for consideration by the Cabinet, as more areas have requested the extension, according to Minister of Tourism and Sports Pipat Ratchakitprakarn. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1277778-proposal-to-extend-nightspot-closing-hours-rescheduled-to-end-of-november/
  22. Overstaying German man and Thai woman arrested with gun, bullets, gun parts, gunpowder, and drugs in Patong By Goongnang Suksawat Patong – An overstaying German and a Thai woman were arrested with a gun, bullets, parts of guns, gun powder, and drugs at a house in Patong. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1277654-video-overstaying-german-man-and-thai-woman-arrested-with-gun-bullets-gun-parts-gunpowder-and-drugs-in-patong/
  23. Defense minister, in response to House query, says Chinese gray businesses being investigated BANGKOK (NNT) - The House of Representatives today (10 November) discussed shady businesses run by Chinese nationals in Thailand. The defense minister responded to a query on this topic, saying these activities include investment scams, call center gangs, and illicit service venues. More clarity about recent arrests pertaining to these activities is expected next week. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1277490-defense-minister-in-response-to-house-query-says-chinese-gray-businesses-being-investigated/
  24. Top physicians ask Thai court to ban cannabis use other than for strict medical purposes A group of physicians and opposition political parties has petitioned the Thai Administrative Court to ban the use of marijuana other than for strict medical purposes, citing the lack of regulations to protect people’s security, especially children. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1277384-top-physicians-ask-thai-court-to-ban-cannabis-use-other-than-for-strict-medical-purposes/
  25. PHOTO: Skift Billionaire hotel tycoon Bill Heinecke asks Thailand to charge foreigners more per room to aid industry’s economic recovery American-Thai billionaire and hotel tycoon Bill Heinecke advises Thailand to charge international tourists an extra 300 baht (US$8) per room per night to aid the hotel industry’s post-pandemic economic recovery. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1277249-billionaire-hotel-tycoon-asks-thailand-to-charge-more-per-room-to-aid-industry’s-economic-recovery/
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