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  • THAILAND

    Fridge murderer suspect's money trail a dead giveaway

    News, Published on 05/11/2019

    » An intensive five-day police search paid off after a suspected murderer blew his cover by going on a spending spree while on the run.

  • LIFE

    Worth every baht

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 19/11/2019

    » After selling out the show in five minutes, Thailand's legendary boy band D2B stormed the Impact Arena Muang Thong Thani on Saturday for its latest D2B Infinity Concert 2019. The band's members Worrawech "Dan" Danuwong and Kawee "Beam" Tanjararak took to the stage for their big show. And they didn't disappoint in a concert that lasted over three hours where they sang, danced, cracked jokes, made mistakes and laughed about it with fans who have known and loved them since their debut in 2001.

  • BUSINESS

    Trade talks, accounting changes bear watching

    Business, Published on 16/11/2019

    » In the past week, the SET index rose above 1,610 points and tested the 1,640 resistance based on two main factors: progress in US-China trade talks and potential tariff termination in phases, and the addition of OSP, GPSC, BGRIM, SAWAD and other Thai small-cap stocks to the influential MSCI indices.

  • THAILAND

    Police arrest man in 'body in fridge' case

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 30/10/2019

    » Police yesterday apprehended a key suspect in the murder of Wannee Jiracharoenying, 58, whose decomposing body was found in a refrigerator at a house in Chiang Mai's Chom Thong district on Sunday.

  • OPINION

    Sour side of sugar

    News, Postbag, Published on 15/11/2019

    » It is interesting to see how the sugar industry has come out against the ban on the three harmful pesticides. The industry claims the ban will drive up the price of sugar. Somehow, the health of consumers and those who work in the industry does not factor into the equation. Everything is always evaluated in profit margins. The price hike would be enough to drive consumers away from sugar in general. I say, good riddance. Reducing sugar consumption would be a healthier decision for all. In fact, a cut to all sweeteners -- natural or artificial -- should be paramount to one's health and well-being.

  • BUSINESS

    Thai duo awarded two Michelin stars

    Business, Dusida Worrachaddejchai, Published on 13/11/2019

    » R-HAAN and Sorn have become the first Thai restaurants awarded two Michelin stars, the highest level for Thai eateries.

  • THAILAND

    Domestic dental scanner bags prestigious award

    News, Dumrongkiat Mala, Published on 11/11/2019

    » The National Science and Technology Development Agency's (NSTDA) research team -- which consists of 19 people -- is responsible for developing DentiiScan 2.0, the first Thai-made cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) dental scanner. The team was recently presented with the Outstanding Technologist Award 2019 by the Foundation for the Promotion of Science and Technology under the Patronage of His Majesty the King.

  • LIFE

    The ugly world of the pretties

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 12/11/2019

    » Rachadech "Nam Oun" Wongtabutr, a male product presenter or "pretty boy", became one of the most loathed people in Thai society the day news channels aired security camera footage from his condominium of him dragging the unconscious body of "pretty girl" Thitima "Lunlabelle" Noraphanpiphat into the lobby of his building.

  • LIFE

    Tradition vs trash on Loy Krathong

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 11/11/2019

    » From krathong made from banana leaves to those made of styrofoam, bread, ice and other biodegradables, Thais have come up with many different ideas and materials to make floats for the Loy Krathong Festival, during which, on every Full Moon of the 12th lunar month, they pay respect and seek forgiveness from the Goddess of Water. The festival takes place tonight.

  • LIFE

    Loy Krathong around Thailand

    Life, Pattarawadee Saengmanee, Published on 08/11/2019

    » Rivers, lakes and canals around the country will be illuminated by candlelight as Thais release a series of lotus-inspired floats in order to ask forgiveness from the Water Goddess for their infringements during the much-loved Loy Krathong Festival.

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