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  1. THAILAND LIVE

    Navy plane crashes in Sattahip By Patcharapol Panrak A navy pilot survived when his sea research plane crashed in Sattahip. SATTHAHIP: -- A navy pilot survived when his sea research plane crashed in Sattahip. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/989218-navy-plane-crashes-in-sattahip/
  2. Navy plane crashes in Sattahip By Patcharapol Panrak A navy pilot survived when his sea research plane crashed in Sattahip. SATTHAHIP: -- A navy pilot survived when his sea research plane crashed in Sattahip. The NAX01 went down June 10 in front of the Sea Turtle Conversation Center. Navy personnel stationed at the Air and Coastal Defense Command facility responded and retrieved both the pilot and aircraft from the sea. Full story: http://www.pattayamail.com/news/navy-plane-crashes-sattahip-178511 -- © Copyright Pattaya Mail 2017-06-23
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    2 ladyboys nabbed for pickpocketing Aussie By Keng Na Songkhla Transvestites Ronnarit Kamprao and Plakat Sonjan have been arrested for allegedly pickpocketing an Australian tourist on Walking Street. PATTAYA: -- Two transvestites have been arrested for allegedly pickpocketing an Australian tourist on Walking Street. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/989215-2-ladyboys-nabbed-for-pickpocketing-aussie/
  4. 2 ladyboys nabbed for pickpocketing Aussie By Keng Na Songkhla Transvestites Ronnarit Kamprao and Plakat Sonjan have been arrested for allegedly pickpocketing an Australian tourist on Walking Street. PATTAYA: -- Two transvestites have been arrested for allegedly pickpocketing an Australian tourist on Walking Street. Ronnarit Kamprao, 32, and Plakat Sonjan, 26, were captured with a wallet containing 2,900 baht owned by Robert Jarid, 21. Full story: http://www.pattayamail.com/news/2-ladyboys-nabbed-pickpocketing-aussie-178533 -- © Copyright Pattaya Mail 2017-06-23
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    Kalasin teacher charged with raping girl, 11 By The Nation Chayakorn Wongkhamharn KALASIN: -- A TEACHER in Kalasin is facing a charge of raping an 11-year-old fifth grader at his school in the northeastern province. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/989212-kalasin-teacher-charged-with-raping-girl-11/
  6. Kalasin teacher charged with raping girl, 11 By The Nation Chayakorn Wongkhamharn KALASIN: -- A TEACHER in Kalasin is facing a charge of raping an 11-year-old fifth grader at his school in the northeastern province. Chayakorn Wongkhamharn, 46, a music teacher at a school in Huay Mek district, surrendered to face the charge on Wednesday. On Thursday, Kalasin Court approved a police request to detain him pending more investigation. Police alleged that the teacher lured an 11-year-old student to practice music at the school on the evening of May 20 and raped her in the classroom. Then on June 15, the teacher lured the girl to meet him after class at the school, saying he had homework for her to do. But her parents went to the school later, so the teacher forced her to hide in a classroom then dragged her out to hide in a forest. He then forced her to walk with him for hours before he let her go. The girl later told her parents what happened, which caused them to filed complaints with police. That led to the teacher turning himself in on Wednesday. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/national/30318910 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-06-23
  7. THAILAND LIVE

    DMF hails allowance for petroleum producers to continue using state land BANGKOK, 23 June 2017 (NNT) – The Department of Mineral Fuels (DMF) has hailed the Cabinet’s decision to allow land marked for farming to be used for other purposes, including oil prospecting, believing that with 7 companies already ready to begin drilling, the nation’s crude oil production should return to normal rates within a month. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/989210-dmf-hails-allowance-for-petroleum-producers-to-continue-using-state-land/
  8. DMF hails allowance for petroleum producers to continue using state land BANGKOK, 23 June 2017 (NNT) – The Department of Mineral Fuels (DMF) has hailed the Cabinet’s decision to allow land marked for farming to be used for other purposes, including oil prospecting, believing that with 7 companies already ready to begin drilling, the nation’s crude oil production should return to normal rates within a month. DMF Director-General Weerasak Puengrassamee has voiced belief that allowance for farm land to be used for other purposes will take effect within this month, after which Thailand will be able to return to its crude oil production rate of 28,000 barrels per day. He explained that an earlier order to cease petroleum production on concession land for 20 days cut supplies from up to 7 producers and caused a financial loss of 1 billion baht to the private sector and 125 million baht in the public sector. The stoppage also wiped away 75 million baht in local earnings. The government has since employed Section 44 of the interim constitution to clarify the relationship between petroleum producers and state land. The latest move requires all companies to re-register for use with the DMF to coordinate management of the lands alongside agencies such as the Forestry Department and the Department of Civil Works and City Planning. -- nnt 2017-06-23
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    Bali Hai contractors race November fleet show deadline PATTAYA:--Pattaya contractors will be cutting it close, predicting the renovation of Bali Hai Pier will be done “within” November – the same month the jetty is supposed to host an international naval fleet show. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/989206-bali-hai-contractors-race-november-fleet-show-deadline/
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    Siam Country Club residents erect protest sign PATTAYA:--Soi Siam Country Club residents outraged by extreme delays in completing reconstruction of the thoroughfare have gone beyond complaining verbally. They’ve erected a sign. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/989205-siam-country-club-residents-erect-protest-sign/
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    Baht buses OK’d to return to Soi Buakhao PATTAYA:--Even though many drivers are simply ignoring them, more official routes were added to Pattaya’s baht bus system – including Soi Buakhao. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/989203-baht-buses-ok’d-to-return-to-soi-buakhao/
  12. THAILAND LIVE

    Despite residents’ appeals, Pattaya proceeds with home demolitions at Naklua canal PATTAYA:--Pattaya officials said they will demolish 20 apartment buildings encroaching on the Nokyang canal despite appeals to a provincial board that the city was violating residents’ rights in its effort to clear the Naklua flood-control trench of obstructions. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/989201-despite-residents’-appeals-pattaya-proceeds-with-home-demolitions-at-naklua-canal/
  13. THAILAND LIVE

    Relocated Bali Hai drop-off zones create few problems PATTAYA:--Pattaya officials said their move to have tour companies pick up and drop off passengers at three spots on Beach Road, instead of Bali Hai Pier, proved an overall success, despite some hiccups. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/989200-relocated-bali-hai-drop-off-zones-create-few-problems/
  14. THAILAND LIVE

    Muze denies all amid suspicion Pattaya club lacked fire-safety system PATTAYA:--Management of a Pattaya disco destroyed by a fire supposedly ignited by a spark during a welding job denied contractors were working in the building before the blaze, even though a welder was arrested. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/989199-muze-denies-all-amid-suspicion-pattaya-club-lacked-fire-safety-system/
  15. THAILAND LIVE

    Vendors grumble as Jomtien Beach overhaul moves into Dongtan PATTAYA:--Jomtien Beach vendors are complaining their low season is about to get a lot worse as the 600-million-baht shoreline renovation project moves into Dongtan Beach. Full story: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/989198-vendors-grumble-as-jomtien-beach-overhaul-moves-into-dongtan/