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Update: Sat, May 26 2018    

Thai, Taiwan police nab 10 telecom fraudsters in scam targeting Bangkok seniors

Thai Tourist Police Bureau officers have joined with their Taiwanese counterparts to crack down on a telecom fraud gang in Tainan, a city on Taiwan’s southwest coast and arrest 10 suspects, after Thai police discovered that more than 10 Bangkok retirees had been duped of about Bt1 million that was withdrawn in Taiwan.

Foreign prisoners to be transferred home

The Corrections Department has approved the transfer of 16 foreign inmates to serve their remaining time behind bars in their home countries.

Family distressed by daughter’s suicide after rescue from prostitution in Malaysia

The mother of a 26-year-old Khon Kaen woman, who had reportedly committed suicide by hanging due to stress over the prospect of being detained for another three months for an investigation after she was rescued from a prostitution ring in Malaysia, has expressed disbelief that her daughter would commit suicide when she was so close to returning home.

Ex-senior monks have trouble sleeping first night in jail, says prison chief

Ex-Phra Buddha Isara and five ex-senior monks of three well-known temples in Bangkok slept poorly on their first night at the Bangkok Remand Prison, the prison chief said on Friday morning.

Smuggling of hazardous waste comes to light

Chinese investors suspected of dumping electronic waste in Thailand

Temple raids over graft net high-ranking monks

Abbots of three temples and their assistants arrested; two monks on the run.

SPECIAL REPORT: Thai junta steers education reform to nowhere

FOUR YEARS after the 2014 military coup, Thailand’s education sector is still stuck over the same old question: which way forward?

Thai data protection laws must quickly be updated to EU standards: experts

THAILAND will take a hit if the country does not quickly enact its data protection bill, say experts, since worldwide enforcement begins today for the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Sale of dieting drug linked to deaths to carry 100-times harsher penalties

Appetite suppressant Sibutramine, which the FDA banned in 2010 after it was linked with cardiovascular problems, will be reclassified a category 1 psychotropic substance, carrying 100-times harsher punishment for its use or distribution in dieting products.

Phra Buddha Isara arrested after commando raid of temple

POLICE COMMANDOS raided the Onoi Temple yesterday morning to arrest its well-known founder and abbot, Phra Buddha Isara.

Buddha Isara detained, defrocked over PDRC protests

Police commandos raided the Onoi Temple on Thursday morning to arrest its well-known founder and abbot, Phra Buddha Isara.

  Ikea recalls bikes over safety issues

Home goods giant Ikea on Thursday announced a recall of its bicycles following a string of accidents caused by problems with the drive belt.

Latest research aims to strengthen Thai reputation as world rice leader

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on Wednesday presided over the opening ceremony of the Fifth National Rice Academic Conference 2018 which was held in Bangkok under the banner of “Thai Rice Research Moves Towards Thailand 4.0”.

Illegal hotels to feel the heat in Hua Hin, governor promises

Prachuap Khiri Khan Governor Panlop Singhaseni on Thursday said he has formed a committee to find a legal path to close 10 hotels in the tourist resort town of Hua Hin that continue to operate in defiance of licensing laws.

Wat Saket abbot eludes police cordon

Phra Phromsitti, the abbot of Wat Saket, appears to have fled as 100 police officers descended on the Bangkok temple early Thursday morning to arrest him and three other monks implicated in a temple-fund embezzlement scandal.

Concessionaires ask for fare increase for Bangkok buses

Private firms running Bangkok buses under concessions from the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority are asking for permission to increase fares to cover the rising prices of oil and NGV gas.

Temple raided, senior monks arrested on corruption charges

More than 100 officers from the Crime Suppression Division and the Technology Crime Suppression Division have raided four well-known temples and arrested senior monks on charges of siphoning off temple development funds.

17 migrant workers arrested in Samut Prakan

Seventeen migrant workers at an ice factory in Samut Prakan have been arrested for using fake migrant identification cards and work permits.

Floating market heads to Venice

Thailand’s floating market will be highlighted at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale opening on May 26 in Italy.

Thai suspects held in kidnap probe

Two Thai male suspects - out of the 11 individuals wanted for the nighttime abduction of a 39-year-old woman at Suvarnabhumi Airport on May 6 for a Bt15 million ransom - have been brought into custody, a police source said yesterday.