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Any news other than corruption?

Wed Jan 11, 2012 3:11 pm by Its Raining

I've recently been reading The Nation online (purely out of boredom).
Is it a theme for the paper, or is it the case now in Thailand that there is no news other than corruption.

From Taksins wiping of the slate and inevitable return to power, through the blatent sticky fingers with flood relief funds, to using tax payers money for bail..... there seems to have been very little else in the news …

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Another one of Nakhon's finest ....

Wed Dec 22, 2010 2:12 am by Admin

Police suspect an explosion that killed two and injured four people in Rassada, near Phuket Town, early this afternoon was caused by an M67 grenade.

Police arrived at the scene near Rassada Pier and found one man dead on a bench in front of a house on Soi Wanich 1.

The man, identified as Sutthi Saeung, 25, of Nakhon Sri Thammarat suffered wounds to his chest. His right hand was blown off.

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Phuket - American murdered by a Brit, allegedly.

Sat Aug 14, 2010 8:19 pm by Admin

RAWAI: -- An American man was found stabbed to death in his hotel room near Ya Nui Beach and a search has been launched for the prime suspect, a British Muay Thai boxing student named so far only as “Mr Lee”.

Chalong police received a report 6am this morning that an American “tourist” had been murdered in his room at an unspecified resort on Ya Nui Soi 2.

At the scene, police found …

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50 foreighners have died on Phuket so far this year.

Thu Aug 26, 2010 12:11 pm by Admin

Road accidents, drownings, suicides and murder all contribute to the death toll.

More than 50 foreign tourists have died in Phuket so far this year, according to statistics released by the island's top police officer at this week's consuls' meeting.

Phuket Provincial Police Commander Pekad Tantipong said 52 foreigners died between January 1 and August 17 this year.

By contrast, just 28 deaths …

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7-Eleven swamps Thailand

Wed Jun 30, 2010 12:34 pm by Admin

Thailand has overtaken Taiwan as host to the third-largest number of 7-Eleven convenience stores in the world, behind only Japan and the USA, media reports said yesterday.

The number of 7-Eleven outlets in Thailand reached 5,500 this year, surpassing Taiwan's 4,000 stores, but behind Japan's 12,000 stores and the USA's 6,000, the Bangkok Post reports.

"We expect the total number of stores …

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Shooting themselves in the feet?

Mon Jun 14, 2010 5:53 pm by Admin

I'm not going to comment ...

future of Phuket as a rest and relaxation destination for US Navy ships is in jeopardy following a blockade of the access road at Phuket Deep Sea Port by taxi drivers demanding sailors use their service instead of a free transport service provided by the US military.

Details of what transpired last night have yet to be fully confirmed, but sources told the …

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Phuket car used in mega-heist; foreigners suspected, now in custody.

Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:39 am by Admin

Police say a Toyota sedan owned by a Phuket person is believed to have been the vehicle used by
the robbers in Friday's 12-million baht robbery. The heist occurred outside the Krung Thai Bank headquarters in Bangkok.

The car is said to have been a rental vehicle managed by a Phuket car rental company.

The Bangkok Post reports that police have indentified two suspects, both foreigners, and that …

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Life is cheap ....

Fri Jun 04, 2010 9:26 am by Admin

A drunken Lao man was arrested today for killing a friend by slashing his throat with a broken beer bottle. He confessed to the crime, telling police he acted out of rage after the man used his money to buy beer instead of rice whisky.

Chalong Police led by Wichit Intorrasorn held a press conference at noon to announce the arrest on murder charges of the 43-year-old Lao national identified only …

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Thai red-shirt supporter Gen Khattiya shot

Fri May 14, 2010 1:21 am by nakhonsi sean

The BBC's Rachel Harvey
says Gen Khattiya was quickly taken to hospital

A renegade Thai general who backs
anti-government protesters has been shot, shortly after a deadline for
troops to seal their Bangkok protest camp passed.
Sawasdipol, better known as Seh Daeng (Commander Red), was shot in the
head and seriously injured. In clashes later, a protester was
shot dead. The army …

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