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  • Jealous husband held in triple killings
    NAKHON PHANOM: A man facing murder charges in the shooting death of his wife and two of her family members has confessed he acted out of jealousy when he learned his wife wanted to return to her ex-husband, police say.
    4 July 04 2020
    Crime
    114608 at http://udon-news.com
  • Poll: Long waiting tops Bangkok bus woes

    Almost half of respondents not happy with service

    Most people are not satisfied with Bangkok’s bus services due to long waiting, shabby conditions and black smoke, according to a survey by Bangkok Poll. The poll, conducted by the Bangkok University Research Centre on 1,299 people aged over 18 during June 25-29, gauged public satisfaction with city buses.
    4 July 04 2020
    other
    114607 at http://udon-news.com
  • Monkey-picked coconut boycott spreads

    Western retailers ban Thai coconut products after report by animal-rights group

    Major Western retailers have begun to pull Thai coconut products from their shelves amid allegations that the coconuts were picked by inhumanely treated monkeys. The monkeys are snatched from the wild and trained to pick up to 1,000 coconuts a day, according to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta).
    4 July 04 2020
    other
    114606 at http://udon-news.com
  • Pupils in hair-raising protest
    A group of school students on Friday protested against teachers who continue to enforce rigid haircut requirements, despite new ministerial guidelines permitting them to have different hairstyles. The youngsters, who facetiously dub themselves the "Bad Student" group, lodged a petition calling for action against the teachers to Prasert Boonruang, permanent secretary of the Education Ministry.
    4 July 04 2020
    other
    114605 at http://udon-news.com
  • Capital braces for monsoon season

    City Hall races to prevent flooding

    Monsoon season is here and even though the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is busy tackling the spread of Covid-19, it has spared no efforts to ensure the capital is well prepared.
    4 July 04 2020
    other
    114604 at http://udon-news.com
  • B1.28bn payout for Suksapan staff

    Money for severance may be borrowed

    Over 1.28 billion baht will be spent to compensate hundreds of employees set to be laid off in August from their jobs at the Education Ministry's textbook publishing and sales office, according to its spokesman.
    4 July 04 2020
    other
    114603 at http://udon-news.com
  • Treatment hopes for use of plasma
    The Public Health Ministry is leading a programme to collect plasma from people who have had Covid-19 for its research into potential ways to treat the infection. Dr Khanawat Chantralawan, adviser to the deputy public health minister, said the medical community was exploring every channel to curb transmission of the virus and plasma research offered potential.
    4 July 04 2020
    Health
    114602 at http://udon-news.com
  • Weather forecast for 5 July 2020
    4 July 04 2020
    114586 at http://udon-news.com
  • Suvarnabhumi shows off quick Covid tests

    Results of B3,000 procedure take 90 minutes for selected foreigners allowed to enter country

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    3 July 03 2020
    other
    114579 at http://udon-news.com
  • Local tours planned for medical tourists

    Selected groups of foreign visitors from next month

    The government is planning for local tours for medical and wellness tourists from overseas from next month, and the start of tourism "travel bubbles" in September, a senior spokesman said on Friday . Taweesilp Visanuyothin, spokesman of the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, said medical and wellness tourists would be welcomed from this month on.
    3 July 03 2020
    other
    114578 at http://udon-news.com