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Hua Hin News7 hours ago

Final arguments Tuesday on dual pricing suit against Health Ministry

Courts are preparing to hear final arguments on Tuesday in a case that a Dutchman has been fighting for several years to end the dual pricing system many foreigners experience at hospitals in Thailand. The anti-discrimination suit was filed two years ago by Erwin Buse, after being routinely...

Thailand News5 hours ago

Oct 1 reopening NOT confirmed, Kpop star sparks frenzy for Thai meatballs |Thailand News Today

October 1 has continuously been said to be the potential reopening date for several of Thailand’s top tourist destinations, the public health minister says nothing has been confirmed yet. Bookings at alternative quarantine hotels have plummeted. There has been a frenzy for meatballs from local vendors in...

Thailand News9 hours ago

Public Health Ministry defends October 1 reopening

It's been nearly an hour since The Thaiger has published an article on the potential/definite/impossible reopening of Thailand and it's various provinces, so it's time for an update. The Public Health Ministry has responded to criticism that the reopening of Bangkok and 4 other provinces on October 1...

Phuket News11 hours ago

New centre proposed to provide ATKs cheap at Phuket entrance

To help aid people who need to travel frequently in and out of Phuket, the Phuket Provincial Administrative Organisation has approved a plan to create a centre near the Tha Chatchai Check Point that would provide ATKs. The plan would provide a cheap and easy way for those...

Bangkok News10 hours ago

Bangkok Governor: NO reopening October 15 despite PM plans

As any well-informed reader of the news in Thailand knows, Bangkok will definitely be reopening on October 1. Also, it won't be. It will be pushed back 2 weeks to October 15, the definitive date of Bangkok's reopening for sure. Or... not. The Governor of Bangkok avowed today...

Thailand News8 hours ago

No “October reopening” plan has been approved – CCSA

While there have been numerous reports on the proposed October 1 reopening date for 5 provinces, many quoting the tourism minister, a spokesperson for the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration says nothing has been approved. No date on the potential reopening was announced. Natapanu Nopakun, who gives the...

Crime News9 hours ago

Torture and forced disappearances bills pass House vote 368-0

4 bills on torture and forced disappearances have now successfully passed the House of Representatives in a triumph for human rights in Thailand. One member of parliament abstained from voting while the rest voted unanimously in favour of the 4 bills in a vote of 368 to 0....

<div>South Korean students embrace 'niche' learning alternatives</div>
World News1 hour ago

South Korean students embrace ‘niche’ learning alternatives

As a teenager, Young-chae Song studied German at his South Korean high school and had to pass an exam in the language to enter university. During that time, in the early 1980s, most high school students in South Korea would study English, plus another foreign language, typically German,...

Germany go full throttle towards Euros
Sport News1 day ago

Germany go full throttle towards Euros

Upcoming games against Bulgaria and Serbia may be World Cup qualifiers in name, but they're more like warm-ups for next year's Euros. A mini-tournament in February also gives Martina Voss-Tecklenburg extra preparation. SOURCE: DW News

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