The moon is going to disappear for six hours next week in a mega lunar eclipse – the longest for the entire 21st century. It will be visible across Thailand on July 27-28 between midnight and 6am. Thai PBS reports that the total phase of the eclipse, call
A Muslim migrant carrying a smoking backpack stabbed 14 passengers on a bus in Germany yesterday afternoon. Horrified witnesses told how the attacker boarded the packed bus and randomly attacked passengers with a kitchen knife, seriously wounding two peop
UNITED STATES: A tourist boat capsized and sank in a sudden storm on a lake in Missouri, leaving 17 dead, including some children, authorities said yesterday (July 20) after divers recovered the bodies of the last people who were missing.
PHUKET: The series of major public holidays next weekend will bring a ban on the sale of alcohol for two consecutive days and see all major government offices close for a four-day weekend.
PHUKET: The hunt for the crocodile spotted off Yanui and Na Harn beaches on the island’s west coast will resume today after attempts to lure the aquatic reptile to catching nets failed yesterday.
The rush of films inspired by the dramatic rescue of 12 boys and their football coach from a flooded cave in Thailand has now expanded to encompass six, plus a documentary, and a government committee has been set up to co-ordinate and oversee the planned
A KNIFEMAN carrying a smoking backpack stabbed 14 defenceless passengers on a bus in Germany yesterday afternoon. Horrified witnesses told how the attacker boarded the packed bus and randomly attacked passengers with a kitchen knife, seriously wounding tw
PHUKET: A 37-year-old Thai man was arrested on Tuesday afternoon on a Phatthalung-Phuket inter-provincial bus when he was found in possession of almost 20,000 methamphetamine (ya bah) pills.
PHUKET: Leading figures in Phuket’s tourism hospitality industry have played down the impact of the new regulations on migrant labour ordering employers to hire one Thai for every four foreign workers employed, saying that it will have little to no effect
BANGKOK: The national anti-graft body yesterday (July 20) claimed it is still seeking crucial information from companies abroad that sold the luxury watches seen worn by Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon before it can conclude its fact-finding probe