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  • 1.7m people visit Phuket up until June
    Phuket has welcomed more than 1.7 million visitors during the first five months of this year, generating over 26 billion baht in revenue for the resort island, says the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).
    29 June 2022
  • Why the Oil Fuel Fund is overburdened
    The Energy Ministry an­-nounced that the mounting debt of the state Oil Fuel Fund exceeded 100 billion baht as of yesterday. While a recent nudge from Kla Party leader Korn Chatikavanij, a former finance minister, shed more light on pressing issues surrounding energy and resulting in the government requesting cooperation from oil refineries to channel their profits into the fund, no subsidies for...
    29 June 2022
  • Outrage at Green Line fare
    City Hall plans to charge a fare of up to 59 baht for the BTS Skytrain Green Line electric rail service, drawing criticism from a consumer protection group which says the fare should not exceed 44 baht.
    29 June 2022
  • Anutin has Covid, absent from cabinet meeting
    Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul tested positive for Covid-19 on returning from meetings in France and Switzerland and was unable to attend the weekly cabinet meeting on Tuesday.
    28 June 2022
  • 'Post-pandemic Day' edges near
    The Public Health Ministry is ready to usher in the post-pandemic era on Friday, permanent secretary for public health Kiattiphum Wongrajit said on Monday.
    28 June 2022
  • The hybrid leadership challenge
    I've noticed an increasing interest in hybrid workplace leadership approaches, both in the media and in conversations I have been part of.
    27 June 2022
  • 2,236 new Covid cases, 16 more deaths
    The country registered 2,236 more Covid-19 cases and 16 new fatalities during the previous 24 hours, the Public Health Ministry announced on Saturday morning.
    25 June 2022
  • Nonbinary airline passengers ask: What’s gender got to do with it?
    In late May, chef Silver Cousler flew to Miami from Asheville, North Carolina, to have a “last hurrah” party before getting married and a new restaurant opening. While booking the flight, Cousler, who identifies as nonbinary and uses the pronoun “they,” felt like they had “a split-personality disorder” when the Delta Air Lines website required them to choose either “male” or...
    25 June 2022
  • Aviation industry upbeat on outlook for H2
    The aviation industry is finally seeing signs of optimism as it tries to rebound from a major crisis, although the recovery path appears to be uneven across the globe, particularly in Asia-Pacific as a result of remaining restrictions.
    25 June 2022
  • Bangkok Metropolitan Administration selects 7 protest sites
    City Hall has designated seven sites where people can hold demonstrations in Bangkok under the Public Assembly Act, though rally organisers have to seek prior permission and follow related laws.
    25 June 2022