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    Fatal fire at Samut Songkhram store

    Online Reporters, Published on 13/10/2014

    » One person died and the owner was severely injured when a fire ravaged the largest furniture store in Samut Songkhram province early on Monday.

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    Rohingya, traffickers rounded up

    AFP, Published on 11/10/2014

    » Thai authorities on Saturday arrested 53 Rohingya migrants and two suspected Thai traffickers en route to neighbouring Malaysia.

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    Abbot urges speedy end to temple row

    News, Lamphai Intathep, Published on 30/08/2014

    » Wat Sa Ket abbot Phra Phromsuthi has begged the public and media to stop its criticisms over a temple scandal.

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    Army hits the beach in Patong

    Associated Press, Published on 09/07/2014

    » Thailand's military junta has sent soldiers to one of the country's best-known beaches to clear out food stalls, massage huts and other illegal vending operations as part of a campaign to restore the country's image.

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    Artistic cross-fertilisation culminates in free BACC show

    Life, Published on 18/06/2014

    » Five prominent figures in the South Korean performing-arts scene and six local artists are joining to present what they have learned from each other this Sunday. They are currently participating in a short artist-in-residence programme at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) and Korean Cultural Centre, which winds up on Saturday.

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    Ban on Phatthalung gold rush

    Assawin Pakkawan, Published on 31/05/2014

    » Phatthalung — A large amount of gold is believed to be buried in a palm plantation here during World War II, triggering a gold rush despite a prospecting ban.

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    British Embassy retreats in Phuket

    Published on 08/11/2013

    » The Bangkok-based British embassy has announced that its honorary consuls in Phuket and Koh Samui will no longer provide any notarial services, such as income verification letters for immigration purposes. British citizens requiring official documentation must now deal with the main site British embassy in Bangkok. A spokesman said that 70 percent of the notarial work in Phuket and Koh Samui was the provision of income letters and these could be applied for by post and did not require a special journey to the metropolis. The embassy claims that it is rationalizing services in order to concentrate resources where they are best needed, for example, assistance for Brits in distress. In its last issue, Pattaya Today revealed that, as regards Pattaya, where no notarial services have been offered since late 2012, it was now optional whether Brits obtained their income verification letters from the British embassy in Bangkok or from the consulates of other countries in the resort. In a statement, the British embassy stated that it was concerned about a potential loss of income if other consulates assumed responsibility, subject to agreement by the Thai Immigration Bureau. It is not known whether the embassy is telling its nationals the same thing in Phuket and Koh Samui.

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    Prachaub Governor Serious about Traffic Problem

    Published on 05/09/2013

    » The governor of Prachuab Khirikhan, along with the deputy governor, has lately called for a meeting with a committee on traffic problem solution in Hua Hin, staff of the Hua Hin railway, traffic police, tourist police and the media to discuss about urgent plans to solve traffic problems in Hua Hin.

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    ASEAN URGED TO BECOME CONNECTED HUA HIN ASEAN FOREIGN MINISTER’S RETREAT

    Published on 05/09/2013

    » Vietnamese Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh said that attention should be paid to lift ASEAN internal connectivity to a new height while pursuing the essential principles of the group in outlining a post-2015 vision.

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    WORKING TO SUPPORT PUBLIC SAFETY & TRAFFIC SOLUTIONS FOR HUA HIN CCTV and New Traffic Routes

    Published on 07/09/2013

    » The Hua Hin Municipality is launching a project to install CCTVs at a total of 160 points along Phetchakasem Road between Hua Hin Airport to Khao Tao. This 40 million THB budget project aims to boost the safety of Thai and foreign tourists to support the effort of Hua Hin Tourist Police Officers.

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