truckers

  • Bangkok

    Truck drivers rally in Bangkok against spiking diesel price

    Now that Thailand has announced the upcoming end of its diesel price cap, Bangkok truckers have rallied today to demand that the price cap continues. Currently, the price for diesel is capped is 30 baht per litre. But On Tuesday, Thailand’s Energy Minister said the retail price is now at 40 baht per litre, so the government have had to…

  • Thailand

    Truckers win in Thailand I GMT

    This year, 450 kilometres of communication lines will be placed underground. The cabinet on Tuesday agreed to cut the excise tax on diesel. Thai woman’s OnlyFans content stolen, officers say she could face pornography charges. Men are flocking to a barbershop in Chon Buri after the nephew of the Sultan of Brunei came in for a haircut. All this coming…

  • World

    NZ authorities show no mercy, weaponise Barry Manilow ballads to repel truck protest

    Truck protests are spreading as fast as Omicron itself. The protests are variously against vaccine mandates, ongoing Covid-related restrictions and face masks. They are certainly helping to galvanise a weary global electorate after 2 years of lockdowns and precautionary mandates. But even the Canadians haven’t stooped to the sheer terror inflicted on NZ truckies and other protesters who have gathered…

  • Bangkok

    Truckers protest diesel prices at Ministry of Energy

    A protest by truckers took place on a Bangkok highway yesterday to bring attention to the high price of diesel. The truckers are calling for a cap on fuel prices, and drove in a convoy to the Ministry of Energy to make their demands known. The drivers parked their trucks along 4 roads around Bangkok, according to the Bangkok Post.…

  • Thailand

    74 Thais in quarantine after Burmese truck driver tests positive for Covid-19

    74 Thais are now in quarantine after coming in close contact with 2 Burmese truck drivers, who had since tested positive for Covid-19, in Thailand’s northwestern Tak province. According to an unnamed, female doctor’s Facebook post yesterday, all 74 Thais were given PCR tests and told to enter home quarantine for at least 14 days, and are being monitored by Thai…