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Efforts to remove oil sludge from Rayong shoreline

Oil fouling Mae Ramphueng beach in Rayong could be the “nail in the coffin” for tourism operators already laid low by the pandemic.

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'Nail in the coffin'
17:45

Australia overjoyed as Barty wins Open

MELBOURNE: An imperious Ashleigh Barty became the first Australian to win her home Grand Slam in 44 years on Saturday, halting the charge of fearless American Danielle Collins in straight sets.

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Australia overjoyed as Barty wins Open
17:28

Man injured, two dogs killed in tiger attack

KANCHANABURI: A Karen tribal man was badly injured and two dogs killed in an attack by three tigers in a forest in Thong Pha Phum district, national park officials said on Saturday.

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Man injured, two dogs killed in tiger attack
16:43

Bangkok by-election security in place

A total of 800 police officers will be deployed to maintain order at 280 polling units during Sunday’s by-election in in northern Bangkok, police say.

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Bangkok by-election security in place
15:09

Lao police seize 36m speed pills

Police in Laos have made their second-biggest single seizure of illegal drugs, totalling 36 million methamphetamine pills, a United Nations official said on Saturday.

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Lao police seize 36m speed pills
13:48

Australia to Kanye: Get jabbed or stay away

MELBOURNE: Hip-hop artist Kanye West will have to be fully vaccinated if he wants to play concerts in Australia, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Saturday, after media said the performer planned an Australian tour in March.

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Australia to Kanye: Get jabbed or stay away
13:21

Lab-grown seafood on TU menu

In the race for alternative proteins, lab-grown seafood could be next on the dinner table.

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Lab-grown seafood on TU menu
11:48

Suspected insurgents killed in clash in Narathiwat

NARATHIWAT: Two suspected insurgent were killed and one volunteer ranger injured in a clash in Ra-ngae district of this strife-torn southern province on Friday.

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Suspected insurgents killed in clash in Narathiwat
10:52

Live stream of oil leak in Rayong

Viewers can watch a live stream of the oil spill that has washed up on Mae Ramphueng beach in Rayong province.

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Live stream of oil leak in Rayong
09:16

After Myanmar coup, detainees' families search for answers

Nearly a year after his son was last seen being hauled away by Myanmar junta troops, 66-year-old Win Hlaing says he just wants to know whether he is alive.

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After Myanmar coup, detainees' families search for answers
08:38

No, athletes are not dying from Covid-19 vaccines

The conspiracy theory that athletes are collapsing or dying after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine resurfaced this week after two prominent voices advanced the idea.

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No, athletes are not dying from Covid-19 vaccines
08:18

2022 economic growth view at 4%

The FPO maintains its average forecast for Thai economic growth at 4% in 2022, but the Omicron variant remains a challenge for the economy.

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4% growth projection
08:10

8,618 new Covid-19 cases, 19 more deaths

The daily infection rate is up, with coronavirus-related deaths at 19.

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+8,618 cases
07:43

Oil spill reaches shoreline in Rayong

Some of the oil that leaked from an underwater pipeline in the Gulf of Thailand washed up on a beach in Rayong province late on Friday.

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Spill reaches shore
07:33

True, DTAC submit merger report to the regulator

A joint report by True Corporation Plc and Total Access Communication Plc (DTAC) about their amalgamation plan has been submitted to the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), in compliance with a rule requiring 90 days advance notice for potential mergers.

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True, DTAC submit merger report to the regulator
07:24

Thousands mourn Vietnamese Zen master and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh

HUE: Mourners queued outside a pagoda in Vietnam's central Hue province on Friday to pay their final respects to Thich Nhat Hanh, one of the world's most prominent Buddhist teachers who died on Jan 22 aged 95.

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Thousands mourn Vietnamese Zen master and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh
07:22

TAT sees uptick in festive spending

Tourism revenue during the Chinese New Year is poised for a slight increase to 1.9 billion baht as the soaring prices of consumer products, fuel and household debt hammer domestic consumption, according to the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).

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TAT sees uptick in festive spending
07:11

Panel studies THAI funds

The Cooperative Promotion Department has established a panel to study proposed increased investment in Thai Airways International.

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THAI funds study
07:00

Pheu Thai, Kla 'lead by-election battle'

Sunday's by-election in Bangkok is likely to be a two-horse race between the Pheu Thai and the Kla parties, according to a political analyst.

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Pheu Thai, Kla 'lead by-election battle'
04:00

Oil spill ship off Chumphon to be retrieved within a fortnight

The Marine Department has been ordered to retrieve within 15 days the vessel Por Andaman 2 that sank in the Gulf of Thailand off Chumphon province.

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Oil spill ship off Chumphon to be retrieved within a fortnight