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Jomtien Beach widening project to begin in August
Work to widen Jomtien Beach will begin in August, with the 995-million-baht project expected to be completed in November 2022. Please Support Pattaya Mail Top local and national Marine Department officials met July 5 at the Natural Park Resort (...)
Pattaya Mail - 8 July 2020
Holiday weekend brings tourists back to Pattaya
A holiday weekend finally brought tourists back to Thailand with most businesses not caring they were Thai, not foreigners. For the first time since Christmas, parking spots were nearly impossible to get along Pattaya or Jomtien Beaches. Boats (...)
Pattaya Mail - 8 July 2020
Gold Price Thailand on 7 July 2020
Purchase: 26,150 THB Sale: 26,250 THB
Udon-News - 7 July 2020
Australian’s bizarre Pattaya death ruled suicide
Pattaya police said an Australian man found dead with a plastic bag over his head and hands tied behind his back committed suicide. Please Support Pattaya Mail The body of Andrew George Tomlinson, 59, was found lying on his bed July 4 by a (...)
Pattaya Mail - 8 July 2020
Thiery Petrement wins at Phoenix Gold, Pattaya
PSC Golf from Billabong Monday 6th July Phoenix Gold Stableford After two days of no alcohol, the golf seemed to get better I think. We played the Mountain and Ocean loops at Phoenix Gold golf course. The Lakes has been closed for some time now, (...)
Pattaya Mail - 8 July 2020
Hits of the Renaissance
If you were lucky enough to be born into a wealthy, educated and well-connected European family, the period that we now call the Renaissance must have been an interesting time. It was a cultural movement that literally marked a “rebirth” in (...)
Pattaya Mail - 8 July 2020
Mott the Hoople: ‘Mott’ – 5 stars
“Mott’ was Mott the Hoople’s seminal album, released just after they had cut the safety belt from David Bowie’s writing and arranging. The year was 1973 and it was to be a year of success and upheaval for the band. Opening with “All The Way From (...)
Pattaya Mail - 8 July 2020
A Tale of Two Studios
As I went further into commercial photography, it became obvious that the clients expected me to have a studio. This was not to be just a hole in the wall with a flash head on a tripod, but would have a cyclorama (seamless background), a (...)
Pattaya Mail - 8 July 2020
Thais travel back to Bangkok after extended weekend
Heavy traffic occupied Mitrapharp Highway in Nakhon Ratchasima province that gathered Bangkok-bound vehicles from the Northeast. Three Bangkok-bound main lanes of the highway were packed with slowly moving private cars and heavy trucks. (...)
Pattaya Mail - 7 July 2020
Thai government clarifies quarantine exemption for US Army Chief of Staff visit
The spokesman of the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration admitted that the visiting delegation of the United States’ army chief of staff would not be quarantined but would be tested for COVID-19 and escorted. Please Support Pattaya Mail (...)
Pattaya Mail - 7 July 2020
Couple Says Sorry to Goddess for Racy Photoshoot
Couple Says Sorry to Goddess for Racy Photoshoot
NAKHON SAWAN — A couple were fined Monday for taking photos showing a woman’s tattooed buttocks near a shrine dedicated to the goddess Guan Yin. The post Couple Says Sorry to Goddess for Racy Photoshoot appeared first on Khaosod (...)
Khaosod - 7 July 2020
Trash Dumped by Bangkokians Washes Up on Bang Sean Beach
Trash Dumped by Bangkokians Washes Up on Bang Sean Beach
CHONBURI — The mayor of a tourist seaside town on Tuesday said city officials are cleaning up litter at Bang Saen beach after a British blogger posted photos of beach trash there, which soon went viral on social media. The post Trash Dumped by (...)
Khaosod - 7 July 2020
COVID-19: Here Are The Requirements For Foreigners Wishing To Enter Thailand
Immigration officers stand in front of an empty arrivals hall at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International airport amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Thailand, June 3, 2020. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha The Thai government has again (...)
Buriram Times - 7 July 2020
Complaint Filed Over US Army Chief’s Quarantine Exemption
Complaint Filed Over US Army Chief’s Quarantine Exemption
BANGKOK — A transparency activist on Tuesday accused the government of negligence for allowing the U.S. army chief to visit the country without having to go through a quarantine as mandated by health regulations. The post Complaint Filed Over US (...)
Khaosod - 7 July 2020
Suthep Longtime Aide Tipped to Lead Pro-Establishment Party
Suthep Longtime Aide Tipped to Lead Pro-Establishment Party
BANGKOK — A party where former hardline conservative activist Suthep Thaugsuban serves as a senior advisor will be led by a close aide to Suthep himself. The post Suthep Longtime Aide Tipped to Lead Pro-Establishment Party appeared first on (...)
Khaosod - 7 July 2020
Phuket Town Mayor Somjai praises reopening of Lard Yai walking street
PHUKET: Phuket City Mayor Somjai Suwansupana has praised the reopening of the Lard Yai Walking Street Market, saying the return of the popular market will help local residents and vendors regain a form of (...)
Phuket News - 7 July 2020
Weather forecast for 8 July 2020
Udon-News - 7 July 2020
GDP Expected to Shrink by 10% in Virus-Stricken 2020
GDP Expected to Shrink by 10% in Virus-Stricken 2020
BANGKOK — A major bank said the Thai GDP may shrink by as much as 10.3 percent this year due to economic woes caused by the coronavirus. The post GDP Expected to Shrink by 10% in Virus-Stricken 2020 appeared first on Khaosod (...)
Khaosod - 7 July 2020
HK government tells schools to remove books breaching security law
WORLD: Hong Kong’s government yesterday (July 6) ordered schools to review and remove any books that might breach a sweeping new security law that Beijing imposed last week on the restless (...)
Phuket News - 7 July 2020
Tax breaks to ease coronavirus stress
BANGKOK: The Finance Ministry is offering sales tax reductions and a short-term tax break for certain businesses to help them cope better with the COVID-19 pandemic, including a waiver on corporate tax for tourism and hospitality businesses (...)
Phuket News - 7 July 2020
North Korea Says Unwilling for More Talks With U.S.
North Korea Says Unwilling for More Talks With U.S.
PYONGYANG (Xinhua) — The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) is unwilling to talk face to face with the United States and urged South Korea to stay away from meddling in Pyongyang's affairs, a senior DPRK diplomat reaffirmed on Tuesday. (...)
Khaosod - 7 July 2020
Man in Famous 9/11 Photo Dies From COVID-19 in Florida
Man in Famous 9/11 Photo Dies From COVID-19 in Florida
DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A man photographed fleeing smoke and debris as the south tower of the World Trade Center crumbled just a block away on Sept. 11, 2001, has died from coronavirus, his family said. The post Man in Famous 9/11 Photo Dies (...)
Khaosod - 7 July 2020
U.S. Tell Int’l Students to Leave If Universities Go Online-Only
U.S. Tell Int’l Students to Leave If Universities Go Online-Only
WASHINGTON (Xinhua) — The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on Monday announced that international students may have to leave the United States if their universities switch to online-only courses for the fall 2020 semester due to the (...)
Khaosod - 7 July 2020



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