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  • THAILAND

    Electrical appliance stores reopen in Nan

    Rarinthorn Petcharoen, Published on 24/04/2020

    » NAN: Sales of electrical goods were allowed to resume at stores and shopping centres in Nan on Friday, as the province remained free of Covid-19 disease.

  • NEWS

    Nepal to reopen damaged heritage sites

    Published on 28/05/2015

    » KATHMANDU — Nepal has decided to reopen next month three world heritage sites that have been off-limits to tourists since last month's devastating earthquake, officials said.

  • EASY NEWS

    Palm oil farmers reopen roads to South

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 20/12/2012

    » Traffic to and from the South is moving freely again after palm oil farmer reached a short-term agreement with government officials.

  • BUSINESS

    Hundreds shocked to find themselves out of a job

    News, Published on 01/08/2020

    » More than 1,000 people at two companies have lost their jobs due to the ailing economy.

  • OPINION

    22 New Rules of (Not) Clubbing

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 26/06/2020

    » Have you seen the draft list of 22 measures said to be applied to night-time entertainment venues once they are allowed to reopen? It will be submitted to the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) today, ahead of the fifth phase of Covid-19 curb-easing. While some of the measures are to be expected, a few rules have raised eyebrows as they don't sound conducive to reopening. Worse still, it seems that the person who suggested these new regulations has never put foot into a nightspot before.

  • TRAVEL

    Get on your bike in Rayong

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 30/07/2020

    » The Tourism Authority of Thailand will organise the "Happy Bike Rai Covid" programme in Rayong on Saturday and Sunday.

  • LIFE

    Reopening act

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 05/06/2020

    » The time has come: people are getting out of their houses because places are starting to reopen. Is it a good thing or a bad thing? It depends on how you look at it. It's great that the butt indent on our couches is getting a relief, but then again, people overcrowding places like Ikea is the downside. They probably all rushed there to replace their sofas. Nevertheless, a number of places have reopened, which means you have stuff to do and places to see other than going to the supermarket for groceries. If you've been dying to get out of the house, these places offer a respite.

  • THAILAND

    Alcohol ban to be lifted Sunday — with limits

    News, Mongkol Bangprapa, Published on 02/05/2020

    » Sales of alcoholic beverages will be allowed again from Sunday but people will only be able to drink at home and not in restaurants when they reopen, the government said on Friday.

  • BUSINESS

    Long road to recovery for Indonesia

    Asia focus, Ismira Lutfia Tisnadibrata, Published on 27/07/2020

    » The days leading up to the Eid al-Adha festival, which this year will fall on July 31, are usually the busiest days of the year for Bintang Sapi Madani, a cow breeder in Bogor on the outskirts of Jakarta.

  • OPINION

    The first week of "new normal"

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 08/05/2020

    » Last Sunday, Covid-19 curbs have been eased as 13 types of businesses were allowed to reopen after a month-long halt while four airlines resume domestic flights to 14 provinces since last Friday. Markets, public parks, food shops, barbershops, pet groomers and more resume operations under safety conditions, giving us back a sense of quasi-normalcy. The silver lining is that more businesses may be reopened if the daily tally of Covid-19 remains low (keeping fingers and toes crossed). In case you want to head out this weekend, you can look forwards to this.

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