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  1. Court nod paves way for makeover of Thai Airways' $12.9 billion debt By Chayut Setboonsarng FILE PHOTO: A Thai Airways Boeing 777-300ER plane takes off from Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport February 23, 2015. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom BANGKOK (Reuters) -Thai Airways International Pcl won court approval on Tuesday for restructuring its $12.9 billion debt load as the airline that is already under bankruptcy protection seeks to turn around its fortunes. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1220577-court-nod-paves-way-for-makeover-of-thai-airways
  2. FILE PHOTO: A Thai Airways Boeing 777-300ER plane takes off from Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport February 23, 2015. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom By Chayut Setboonsarng BANGKOK (Reuters) -Thai Airways International Pcl won court approval on Tuesday for restructuring its $12.9 billion debt load as the airline that is already under bankruptcy protection seeks to turn around its fortunes. The court ruling removes the last hurdle to the implementation of the plan, seen as critical for the carrier which last year posted a record loss of about $4.5 billion.
  3. Indonesian fisherman rescued by Phuket fishing boat after nine days adrift By The Phuket News Photo: Royal Thai Navy PHUKET: An Indonesian fisherman was rescued by a local fishing boat and taken to Vachira Phuket Hospital in Phuket Town on Sunday (June 13) after he was adrift at sea in a small boat for nine days after his boat engine failed. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1220573-indonesian-fisherman-rescued-by-phuket-fishing-boat-after-nine-days-adrift/
  4. Photo: Royal Thai Navy By The Phuket News PHUKET: An Indonesian fisherman was rescued by a local fishing boat and taken to Vachira Phuket Hospital in Phuket Town on Sunday (June 13) after he was adrift at sea in a small boat for nine days after his boat engine failed. Vice Admiral Choengchai Chomchoengphaet, Commander of the Third Naval Area Command, explained that the crew of local fishing boat ‘Boonlaap 2’ informed that Navy at 6:27pm on Sunday that they had found an Indonesian man adrift on a small boat south of Racha Noi Island, more than 30 kilometres s
  5. 100 neglected cats rescued from elderly owner in Bangkok Picture: Naew Na An official from World Animal Protection Thailand stepped into help after complaints about an old woman and another person keeping more than 100 cats in cages at three townhouses in Thanyaburi, north of Bangkok. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1220567-100-neglected-cats-rescued-from-elderly-owner-in-bangkok/
  6. Picture: Naew Na An official from World Animal Protection Thailand stepped into help after complaints about an old woman and another person keeping more than 100 cats in cages at three townhouses in Thanyaburi, north of Bangkok. The three houses, all in separate blocks, are in Soi Rangsit Nakhon Nayok 60. Neighbor Prayoon Sakaew, 53, said that ever since she came to live in the area more than ten years ago there had been a problem with smell from the houses. Some cats had died in their cages. She had asked the old lady many times w
  7. Phuket drug mule arrested with 2kg of ‘ice’, more than 5,000 meth pills By The Phuket News Photo: Border Patrol Police PHUKET: Border Patrol Police have arrested a man who was found in possession of nearly two kilogrammes of crystal meth (ya ice) and more than 5,500 pills of methamphetamine (ya bah) after making a drop-off in front of the Premium Outlet store on the bypass road. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1220564-phuket-drug-mule-arrested-with-2kg-of-‘ice’-more-than-5000-meth-pills/
  8. Photo: Border Patrol Police By The Phuket News PHUKET: Border Patrol Police have arrested a man who was found in possession of nearly two kilogrammes of crystal meth (ya ice) and more than 5,500 pills of methamphetamine (ya bah) after making a drop-off in front of the Premium Outlet store on the bypass road. Narubet Saelim, 29, was arrested near the store on Saturday (June 12), said a report made available yesterday (June 14). The arrest was conducted by officers led by Capt Ampol Samorthai of the Border Patrol Police Unit 425, based in Phuket, t
  9. Online teacher chef was cooking up a con - many lost millions in face mask scam Picture: Daily News Police from the crime suppression division caught up with a woman called Sasinada Wechpracha outside a convenience store in Waeng Yai sub-district of Khon Kaen in Thailand's north east yesterday, reported Daily News. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1220562-online-teacher-chef-was-cooking-up-a-con-many-lost-millions-in-face-mask-scam/
  10. Picture: Daily News Police from the crime suppression division caught up with a woman called Sasinada Wechpracha outside a convenience store in Waeng Yai sub-district of Khon Kaen in Thailand's north east yesterday, reported Daily News. Daily News said that using the name Khru Orm (teacher Orm) she had operated a well known online page on Facebook using the name Sasinada Weachpracha. It was for teaching the cooking of cakes. Thaivisa found a page in the name of Wechpracha Sasinada where fancy cakes were posted. She was served with two warrants
  11. Koh Larn open again - to tourists but not migrant workers Picture: Siam Rath Siam Rath reported that following two recent closures Koh Larn - off the coast of Pattaya - was once again open to tourists. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1220559-koh-larn-open-again-to-tourists-but-not-migrant-workers/
  12. Picture: Siam Rath Siam Rath reported that following two recent closures Koh Larn - off the coast of Pattaya - was once again open to tourists. They went to Bali Hai, the port on the Pattaya side, but found few tourists except for a smattering of families and groups of friends. But they said this was just a working weekday - resorts were booked at weekends. Checkpoints had been manned at two places on the island Na Ban port and Ta Waen beach as the island was largely sealed off from May 5th to 20th then again from June 1st to 13th.
  13. Joggers resume their routine this morning as Bangkok parks reopen As Bangkok’s parks have reopened, many joggers were able to resume their outdoor exercise routine for the first time this morning (Tuesday), following some confusion yesterday that saw many parks remaining closed. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1220557-joggers-resume-their-routine-this-morning-as-bangkok-parks-reopen/
  14. As Bangkok’s parks have reopened, many joggers were able to resume their outdoor exercise routine for the first time this morning (Tuesday), following some confusion yesterday that saw many parks remaining closed. At Vachirabenjatas Park, commonly known as Suan Rot Fai, people reflected on the miscommunication within the government, which has caused a lot of confusion, as people were frustrated that many parks weren’t open yesterday, despite Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s announcement over the weekend that Bangkok parks could reopen on Monday. “Normally, government
  15. Thais illegally shooting sharks under investigation in Krabi Picture: Sanook Sanook reported that the chief of the Krabi police Pol Col Jaturawit Khachanuam had ordered the local water police to investigate after posts on TikTok and Facebook. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1220555-thais-illegally-shooting-sharks-under-investigation-in-krabi/
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