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  1. Thai entrepreneurs to strike deals with Cambodian counterpartsRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 20 | Pattaya Mail

    Entrepreneurs from the northeastern provinces of Thailand are set to establish a cooperation in agricultural products and business matching, at a meeting in Cambodia later this month. The Vice Governor of Surin Winai Torgchitpitak today chaired the preparatory meeting for Thai entrepreneurs prior to attending the meeting that will establish Contract Farming deals and Business Matching negotiations with Cambodia.

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  2. Out of sight, out of mindRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Bendigo Advertiser

    Learning your family were just days away from boarding a plane to Australia has worsened Koe's* frustration at the refugee processing system. And he is not alone.

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  3. Begging elephant in Thailand kills diner by goring him through the chestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Daily Mail

    Diner is killed by an elephant when it gores him in the chest as he eats at a beach side restaurant in Thailand A man died in hospital after being gored through the chest by an elephant that was being used to beg for money on a beach in eastern Thailand. Weeranat Yoodee succumbed to his brutal injuries yesterday following the Monday night attack as he ate dinner with friends at a seaside restaurant in the tourist hub of Rayong, south of Bangkok.

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  4. Channels to revamp for second halfRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 16 | The Nation

    The TV industry appears to be heading for an intense second half as top broadcasters Channel 7, 3, Workpoint TV and Channel 8 focus more on news and entertainment to draw viewers' attention. The market leader, Channel 7, has decided to air its prime-time shows for both news and dramas earlier in the evening.

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  5. Post your commentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 14 | Bangkok Post

    The Nimitz-class nuclear-powered supercarrier USS Ronald Reagan will soon replace the USS George Washington as the US Navy's forward deployed carrier at Yokosuka, Japan. Aircraft carriers are frequently employed by the United States for maritime security and military operations, and the USS Ronald Reagan, which will soon be deployed to Japan, is a flagship supercarrier for both combat and humanitarian missions.

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  6. Shocks in SingaporeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 10 | Bangkok Post

    Singapore: It was a day filled with disappointments as Thailand dropped to the third place in the overall race after managing to claim only eight gold medals at the 28th SEA Games Wednesday. The boxing team suffered an embarrassing end to their campaign, winning only two titles in five finals for their worst performance in the sport for years.

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  7. On the front, onlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Bangkok Post

    From a boy nostalgic for China, to a self-educated media lone ranger, Sa-nguan Khumrungroj exemplifies the age of citizen journalism in the terrain of both political and foreign affairs. While at the age of 60, many might be enjoying good food, leisurely travel, gardening, watching TV and caring for grandchildren, Sa-nguan can only tick a few boxes on that checklist.

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  8. NewsfeedRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 9 | The Nation

    The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission will consider CAT Telecom's proposal to transfer 5 megahertz of bandwidth from Total Access Communication's portion of the 1,800MHz spectrum to the regulator for reallocation, if no conditions are imposed, Takorn Tantasith, secretary-general of the NBTC, said yesterday. If the NBTC agrees to add the band to its auction plan, it will have 30MHz of the 1,800MHz spectrum up for grabs.

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  9. Opinions split on transfer of digital TV licencesRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 9 | The Nation

    Opinions within the television broadcasting industry on the amendment of broadcasting rules relating to the transfer of digital-TV ownership remain mixed, with market leaders disagreeing with the idea of permitting such transfers while new players are calling for flexibility. "I totally disagree with this idea.

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  10. Trafficking activities cease amid crackdown and onset of monsoonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | The Nation

    A Thai crew at work aboard HTMS Angthong, which was on a routine patrol in the Andaman Sea, on Saturday. THE CRACKDOWN on human-trafficking in southern Thailand and the arrival of the monsoon season have put a halt to the smuggling of migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh through Thai waters, a senior navy commander-in-charge of the government's search-and-rescue operation in the Andaman Sea said over the weekend.

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  11. Mismanagement causing food wastage in Thailand, says FAORead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | The Nation

    RESTAURANTS say the proper management of fresh-food storage would ensure low food wastage in keeping with this year's World Environment Day theme of promoting responsible consumption. The United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organisation has stated that Thailand is wasting its food supply through mismanagement during its journey from the field to the consumer.

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  12. Perlis Death Camps: Suspected 'snakehead' might be hiding in RanongRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 31 | Malaysia Chronicle

    The 'snakehead' behind the trafficking of Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshi immigrants is believed to have gone into hiding in Ranong, bordering Kawthoung in Myanmar. This is to avoid detection by the authorities as the heat intensifies to track down the mastermind behind a human trafficking network, going by the observation of locals at Ban Ta Lok here, where a mass grave containing six bodies believed to be that of human trafficking victims was found.

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  13. Thai cueists set modest target as revised shorter format set to be introducedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 29 | Bangkok Post

    Once a powerhouse in Southeast Asia, the Thai squad will soon be heading to the 2015 Singapore SEA Games with a modest hope of capturing two of the 10 gold medals at stake in cuesports. It isn't either that the other Southeast Asian nations have improved to the extent of robing the Kingdom's players of their due accolades.

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  14. Thai competitiveness in ASEAN will increase by 25% if language skills improveRead the original story

    May 26, 2015 | Pattaya Mail

    Former ASEAN secretary-general Surin Pitsuwan was confident that Thai competitiveness in ASEAN will definitely increase by 25 per cent if language skills of Thai population have improved. Dr.Surin said in his capacity as President of the Future Innovative Thailand Institute that lack of foreign language skill is one of the most significant problems among Thai people to compete in the AEC to be launched at the end of this year.

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  15. AEC threat to private schoolsRead the original story

    May 26, 2015 | The Nation

    INCREASINGLY fierce competition from the upcoming Asean Economic Community could drive between 10 and 30 per cent of Thai private schools out of business, a study has suggested. Conducted by the Office of the Private Education Commission and the Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University, the study seeks to assess impacts from the upcoming AEC.

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  16. Handling of Rohingya issue was embarrassingRead the original story

    May 23, 2015 | The Nation

    Things appear to be moving in the right direction with regard to the plight of the Rohingya boat people. But it took Thailand some time before the government came to this juncture.

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  17. Boat by boat, how 3,000 stranded migrants reached landAP Photo/Tatan...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2015 | TheCourier.com

    More than 3,000 migrants abandoned by human traffickers have been rescued or washed ashore this month in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.

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  18. Act nowRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2015 | Bangkok Post

    Thailand must turn the Rohingya crisis into an opportunity to rid itself of the human trafficking stigma. So much is at stake if it fails to grasp this moment.

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  19. The Smiling Seahorse Awarded 2015 TripAdvisor Certificate of ExcellenceRead the original story

    May 22, 2015 | PR.com

    Recognized as a Top Performing Dive Centre in the Region as Reviewed by Travelers on the World's Largest Travel Site Ranong, Thailand, May 22, 2015 -- -- The Smiling Seahorse, a French run scuba diving company operating dive cruises in Thailand and Myanmar today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award. Now in its fifth year, the award celebrates excellence in hospitality and is given only to establishments that consistently achieve great traveler reviews on TripAdvisor.

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  20. Sick of IndonesiaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2015 | Bangkok Post

    Some of the 42 Thai fishermen, now waiting on Tual island in Indonesia for passage home. While they say they are not human trafficking victims, they are unemployed, not allowed to fish, and waiting for someone to help them get home.

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