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20:01

CJ Express weighs B18-billion IPO

CJ Express Group Co, the retail chain founded by the energy drink tycoon Sathien Setthasit, is considering an initial public offering to raise at least 18 billion baht, according to people familiar with the matter.

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CJ Express weighs B18-billion IPO
18:42

Driving licence point deductions to start Jan 9

Points deduction system for traffic violations will begin on Jan 9, with the loss of all points resulting in a 90-day suspension of drivers’ licences.

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Making a point
17:48

China mourns Jiang as funeral planning begins

BEIJING: Mobile apps and state media websites turned black-and-white, flags on some government buildings in Beijing were at half-mast, and flowers were laid on Thursday as China mourned the death of former leader Jiang Zemin.

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China mourns Jiang as funeral planning begins
17:21

Policewoman, boyfriend arraigned in court for abuse of maid

A policewoman whose alleged abuse of her soldier-maid made headlines three months ago, and her boyfriend, arraigned on charges including human trafficking.

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Indicted in court
16:27

2 former Cathay Pacific attendants jailed for breaching Hong Kong Covid rules

Two former Cathay Pacific Airways flight attendants on Thursday were each sentenced to eight weeks in jail for breaching Covid-19 quarantine rules in Hong Kong while infected with the highly contagious Omicron variant.

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2 former Cathay Pacific attendants jailed for breaching Hong Kong Covid rules
16:12

Families sue Indonesian govt over cough syrup deaths

JAKARTA: A dozen Indonesian families whose relatives died or were injured after consuming tainted cough syrups have sued the government and companies accused of supplying the products.

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Families sue Indonesian govt over cough syrup deaths
15:04

Aed Carabao cleared of encroachment allegation

The Royal Forest Department has cleared musician Aed Carabao of an allegation that two blocks of land he owns in Saraburi are inside a protected forest.

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No encroachment
14:56

Chinese police use high-tech tools to crush protests

BEIJING: Chinese police are using sophisticated surveillance tools in a push to stamp out a nationwide wave of unrest, using facial recognition software and location data to track down and detain protesters.

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Chinese police use high-tech tools to crush protests
14:01

Rock icon Christine McVie dies at 79

LONDON: Christine McVie, whose songwriting and signature vocals helped make British-American group Fleetwood Mac one of the best-selling rock bands of all time, has died at the age of 79.

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Rock icon Christine McVie dies at 79
13:11

Passenger killed, 9 hurt when crane hits minibus

A woman was killed and nine other passengers injured when a minibus was hit by the hanging pendulum hook of a mobile crane emerging from a side street in Ban Bung district of Chon Buri on Wednesday night.

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Passenger killed, 9 hurt when crane hits minibus
12:18

UN seeks record $51.5bn aid 'lifeline'

GENEVA: The United Nations and partners on Thursday launched an appeal for a record US$51.5 billion in aid money for 2023, with tens of millions of additional people expected to need humanitarian assistance.

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UN seeks record $51.5bn aid 'lifeline'
12:08

Police shut down 16 illegal rubbish dumps in Bangkok

Police have shut down 16 illegal garbage dumps in nine districts of Bangkok and arrested seven people for operating them.

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Police shut down 16 illegal rubbish dumps in Bangkok
11:50

Vanuatu struggles back online weeks after cyberattack

PORT VILA: Vanuatu's government said on Thursday it was slowly getting its communications back online following a cyberattack that knocked out emergency services, email and phone lines on the South Pacific island nation for weeks.

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Vanuatu struggles back online weeks after cyberattack
11:45

China signals zero-Covid relaxation after protests

BEIJING: China's top Covid official has signalled a possible relaxing of the country's strict zero-tolerance approach to the virus after nationwide protests calling for an end to lockdowns and greater political freedom.

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China signals zero-Covid relaxation after protests
11:01

Musk expects Neuralink to begin human trials in six months

WASHINGTON: Elon Musk said on Wednesday a wireless device developed by his brain chip company Neuralink is expected to begin human clinical trials in six months.

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Musk expects Neuralink to begin human trials in six months
10:00

Frozen product business registrations surge 84%

Entrepreneurs have flocked to invest in the frozen food segment, with new business registrations rising by 84% in the first nine months, driven by rising domestic and export demand.

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Frozen product business registrations surge 84%
09:00

'Miners' stealing electricity

The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) raided 50 locations in Bangkok and Nonthaburi and found crypto miners had stolen electricity worth around 500 million baht over the past year.

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'Miners' stealing electricity
08:55

2022 Qatar World Cup: our Thursday picks

The Bangkok Post's predictions on matches.

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2022 Qatar World Cup: our Thursday picks
08:44

Strugglers Muang Thong and Pathum swap players

Struggling giants Muang Thong United and BG Pathum United have moved fast in their preparations for the second leg of the 2022-23 Thai League 1 season.

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Strugglers Muang Thong and Pathum swap players
08:33

First XBC Deltacron Thai case recovers

The first patient diagnosed with the XBC Deltacron strain of Covid-19 in Thailand has now fully recovered as the patient did not experience severe symptoms.

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First XBC Deltacron Thai case recovers