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  1. Thailand Live Sunday 19 Nov 2017

    Embassy joins in remembering road crash victims By The Nation The British Embassy in Bangkok is marking World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims this weekend to commemorate the lives of road traffic victims in Thailand and around the world. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/1012038-embassy-joins-in-remembering-road-crash-victims/
  2. Embassy joins in remembering road crash victims By The Nation The British Embassy in Bangkok is marking World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims this weekend to commemorate the lives of road traffic victims in Thailand and around the world. “We promote road safety and driving responsibly,” an embassy spokesperson said. Those affected may learn more about compensation schemes according to Protection for Motor Vehicle Victims Act B.E.2535 offered by Road Accident Protection Company Limited at www.rvp.co.th Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30331997 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-11-19
  3. Thailand Live Sunday 19 Nov 2017

    Surveyor, 25, dies in Chai Nat road accident By The Nation A surveyor from the Royal Irrigation Department died when his pick-up truck rammed into the rear of a lorry in Muang district of this Central province of Chai Nat early on Sunday. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/1012037-surveyor-25-dies-in-chai-nat-road-accident/
  4. Surveyor, 25, dies in Chai Nat road accident By The Nation A surveyor from the Royal Irrigation Department died when his pick-up truck rammed into the rear of a lorry in Muang district of this Central province of Chai Nat early on Sunday. The man was identified from documents as Nathapong Somjaipeng, 25. Somkid Wongchuen, the lorry driver, told police he was driving towards Suphan Buri on Highway 340 at about 60 kilometres per hour when he heard a loud noise from the rear at about 4am. After pulling over, he discovered that a pick-up truck had crashed into the back of the lorry, and he called police. Officers found the pick-up driver crushed to death behind the wheel. The airbag had inflated, and the vehicle was badly damaged, they said. Somkid said he had been driving in the left lane, and speculated that the pick-up driver had fallen asleep at the wheel. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30331996 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-11-19
  5. Thailand Live Sunday 19 Nov 2017

    “Toon Bodyslam” has covered one-third of his cross-country run Toon Bodyslam has already covered one-third of his 2,191-km cross-country charity run, or 700 kilometres, and has so far collected over 280 million baht in donations as of Sunday. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/1012036-“toon-bodyslam”-has-covered-one-third-of-his-cross-country-run/
  6. “Toon Bodyslam” has covered one-third of his cross-country run Toon Bodyslam has already covered one-third of his 2,191-km cross-country charity run, or 700 kilometres, and has so far collected over 280 million baht in donations as of Sunday. Toon or Arthivara Kongmalai took one-day break on Saturday as recommended by doctors after he suffered muscle pains from running 20 kilometres non-stop twice a day with a break in between of the stops for two consecutive days. He and his team resumed their super-marathon run for the 19th day before dawn today (Sunday) at a police kiosk in Kanthulee district of Chumporn for a distance of 16.3 kilometres to the first stop at Tomlamae Moonsat. The next stop is at PTT gas station 14.4 kilometres away with the final stop at Thung Tako LPG station in Thung Tako district. Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/toon-bodyslam-covered-one-third-cross-country-run/ -- © Copyright Thai PBS 2017-11-19
  7. Thailand Live Sunday 19 Nov 2017

    River fish festival livens up Nakhon Phanom By The Nation Credit : Chumchonkhonrak Si Songkhram The Songkhram River Fish Festival has kicked off in Nakhon Phanom province, adding much colour to the local scene. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/1012035-river-fish-festival-livens-up-nakhon-phanom/
  8. River fish festival livens up Nakhon Phanom By The Nation Credit : Chumchonkhonrak Si Songkhram The Songkhram River Fish Festival has kicked off in Nakhon Phanom province, adding much colour to the local scene. Held in the province’s Si Songkhram district, the festival will run until November 21. The festival, which started on Friday, features cultural parades, shows, fish contests, fairs and activities to promote the conservation of fish species. The event is organised by the Si Songkhram Municipal Market and the privately run Poonsuk Market. Tourists are welcome to get a feel of the local culture and buy fresh fish plus various processed fish products. “Our district is well known for its fish. During the rainy season, our locals catch the fish. Fishing generates more than Bt10 million in income for local people each year,” Si Songkhram district chief Pirapol Leula said on Sunday. The Songkhram Festival has been held annually for the past 16 years. Locals from 109 villages join hands in organising the event to tell their local way of life, raise their income and promote conservation of local fish species. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30331990 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-11-19
  9. Thailand Live Sunday 19 Nov 2017

    No damage in Phayao province after earthquake By The Nation A 3.0-magnitude earthquake that hit Phayao province at 4.10am on Sunday has not caused any damage, province Governor Prajon Pratchsakun said. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/1012034-no-damage-in-phayao-province-after-earthquake/
  10. No damage in Phayao province after earthquake By The Nation A 3.0-magnitude earthquake that hit Phayao province at 4.10am on Sunday has not caused any damage, province Governor Prajon Pratchsakun said. “There is no report of any casualty or damage,” he said. Relevant officials had already checked the Mae Tam Reservoir in the province, he added. A resident of Phayao’s Muang district said he felt some light tremors for a few seconds and initially did not even link it to seismic activity. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30331991 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-11-19
  11. Thailand Live Sunday 19 Nov 2017

    Traffic woes hit Mae Hong Son as tourists rush to savour sunflower spectacle By The Nation Thousands of people flocked to the Khun Yuam district of Mae Hong Son province on Sunday to enjoy the sight of Mexican sunflowers in full bloom, causing severe traffic jams. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/1012033-traffic-woes-hit-mae-hong-son-as-tourists-rush-to-savour-sunflower-spectacle/
  12. Traffic woes hit Mae Hong Son as tourists rush to savour sunflower spectacle By The Nation Thousands of people flocked to the Khun Yuam district of Mae Hong Son province on Sunday to enjoy the sight of Mexican sunflowers in full bloom, causing severe traffic jams. Khun Yuam district chief Acting Second Lieutenant Narongchai Jindaphan said traffic problems occurred mainly because motorists did not respect traffic laws. “Please respect the rules so that everyone can avoid hours of traffic congestion,” he said. The Mexican sunflowers have now blossomed over a vast area of Khun Yuam, attracting a huge number of tourists. The colourful spectacle usually lasts only a few weeks. Narongchai, meanwhile, urged local operators not to overcharge tourists during the peak season. “Offer products and services at a fair price to show your hospitality,” he said. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30331981 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-11-19
  13. Thailand Live Sunday 19 Nov 2017

    Woman arrested for operating an illegal dental clinic Police, health officials and military personnel arrested a woman in a raid of an illegal dental clinic operating in the guise of a grocery in Muang district of Trang province on Saturday. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/1012032-woman-arrested-for-operating-an-illegal-dental-clinic/
  14. Woman arrested for operating an illegal dental clinic Police, health officials and military personnel arrested a woman in a raid of an illegal dental clinic operating in the guise of a grocery in Muang district of Trang province on Saturday. The woman, identified as Mrs Payom “Jeh Lek” Jaiyai, 51, reportedly told the officials that she learned the technique of orthodontic treatment of dental braces on the internet and has been operating the clinic for five years. The combined team of police from the consumer’s protection unit, provincial health officials and military personnel raided the grocery on Phatthalung road, Tambon Tabtiang, after they found out that it was a front for an illegal dental clinic. Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/woman-arrested-operating-illegal-dental-clinic/ -- © Copyright Thai PBS 2017-11-19
  15. Thailand Live Sunday 19 Nov 2017

    Kodi stream not working? Yet more popular Kodi addons forced to close in latest crackdown BY STAFF WRITER If your Kodi stream has suddenly stopped working, this is probably the reason why… Full story: https://tech.thaivisa.com/kodi-stream-not-working-yet-popular-kodi-addons-forced-close-latest-crackdown/25739/
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