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Jonathan Fairfield

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  1. Hua Hin City FC take on Simrok in the Toyota Cup on Saturday 23 Feb 2019. Kick off 17.30
  2. Hua Hin City FC agree Stadium naming rights with InspireHuaHin.Com As part of a larger agreement, Hua Hin City FC has renamed their Stadium ‘The InspireHuaHin.Com Stadium’. The partnership between the club and Inspire Hua Hin is designed to better promote the club among the local expats and also tourists visiting the city. Inspire Hua Hin is part of Choice Group Asia Media Group which also includes Thaivisa-The Nation and Hua Hin Channel-TV; as such the club will get extensive reach into the foreign market. “Local football is such an important part of a community and we are delighted to be have partnered up with Hua Hin City FC” said Dan Cheeseman, MD for Choice Group Asia Media,. “I am excited that we can help and who knows maybe soon the club can reach the Thai Premiership, but for now it all starts with the Toyota Cup game against Simrok Football Club at the InspireHuaHin.com Stadium, in Khao Takiab".
  3. The state of this photo. "Listen kid, we know you nearly had your throat ripped out by a pack of rapid dogs, but here is an Iron Man mask and a digger truck. Now if you'd just smile and give us a thumbs up while we take this photo, that would be great" Poor kid. He looks terrified. Get well soon.
  4. This OP is taken from the post made back in Dec: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1074525-move-to-make-health-insurance-mandatory-for-long-stay-visas/
  5. Hi, yes we’re talking with Immigration just now on a number of issues, not only on regarding retirement visas. We’ll bring you news about it as soon as we can.
  6. With the exception of doing something official, like getting a WP, opening a bank acct etc, I've never been asked for my passport. In 8 years here I've never been stopped on the street or when out and asked to show a passport.
  7. Thanks for raising this and apologies for the inconvenience. Our technical team are looking into it.
  8. Thanks for the suggestion re the classified photos. You make a valid point. I'll pass the feedback onto the powers that be.
  9. Thai woman murdered in Phuket - police search for Greek husband Image: Daily News Police are searching for a Greek man after a woman was found murdered in Phuket. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1084725-thai-woman-murdered-in-phuket-police-search-for-greek-husband/
  10. Thai woman murdered in Phuket - police search for Greek husband Image: Daily News Police are searching for a Greek man after a woman was found murdered in Phuket. On Saturday, police were called to a rented room the Cherngtalay area of the island. Inside they found the battered body of the 44 year old woman. Police say the woman had been been gagged and had her hands and feet tied. She had been dead for between 4 or 5 days. Inside the room, the air conditioning had been left on and there was signs of a struggle. The woman had suffered wounds to her forehead and bruising to her body, Daily News reported. The alarm was raised by the woman’s sister, who found the body and contacted the police. The woman’s sister told police the Greek man, named as Dimitrios Chakaropolous, 43, (name transliterated) was jealous as his wife was still in regular contact with her ex husband, with police investigating this as a possible motive for the murder. However, Daily News reported that Greek man left Thailand for Greece on February 11th. This is a developing news story, more info as we get it. Source: Daily News -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2019-02-16
  11. Holding the balance: Phuket Immigration clarifies new rules on retirement visas to start March 1 By Tanyaluk Sakoot A foreigner hands in his application at Phuket Immigration. Photo: Tanyaluk Sakoot PHUKET: Phuket Immigration this week clarified the new rules regarding applications for retirement visas, confirming only one major change: that for those applying using funds in a Thai bank account to support their application, a minimum of B400,000 must be kept in the account throughout the year. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1084655-holding-the-balance-phuket-immigration-clarifies-new-rules-on-retirement-visas-to-start-march-1/
  12. Holding the balance: Phuket Immigration clarifies new rules on retirement visas to start March 1 By Tanyaluk Sakoot A foreigner hands in his application at Phuket Immigration. Photo: Tanyaluk Sakoot PHUKET: Phuket Immigration this week clarified the new rules regarding applications for retirement visas, confirming only one major change: that for those applying using funds in a Thai bank account to support their application, a minimum of B400,000 must be kept in the account throughout the year. The rest of the “new” provisions have already long been in use, explained Phuket Immigration Deputy Chief Lt Col Archeep Jaroensuntisuk. “Phuket Immigration has received the order to introduce the new rules. The order was issued on Jan 18, and the new rules will come into force on March 1,” he said. Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/holding-the-balance- phuket-immigration-clarifies-new-rules-on-retirement-visas-to-start-march-1-70401.php#qgBqsVHsLejG2iWL.99 -- © Copyright Phuket News 2019-02-16
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