Tags : Damage


Historic Krabi cave damaged by motocross riders

KRABI: Officials in Ao Luk, Krabi, are trying to track down a group of motorbike riders who rode their motorbikes inside – and damaged parts of – Toh Luang cave on Sunday (Mar 21). Local residents reported the incident after some 20 riders on motocross bikes from out of town were seen at the cave, […]Read More


New COVID-19 outbreak to cost ฿45-60bn in economic damage if

It has been estimated that the current COVID-19 outbreak will cost the Thai economy about two billion baht a day, or as much as 60 billion baht a month, if the contagion is not contained, according to a forecast by the Economic and Business Forecast Centre of the University of Thai Chamber of Commerce. Assistant […]Read More


Chinese Authorities Note Organ Damage, Mental Health Issues May Result

In new guidelines issued Thursday, the Chinese National Health Commission added long-term damage to internal organs as well as various mental health issues to its list of potential effects of COVID-19. In the new guidelines, health authorities noted that recovered COVID-19 patients may require treatment for lung and heart damage, muscle loss and even psychological […]Read More


11 Provinces affected by Summer Storms

BANGKOK(NNT)-Summer storms have affected many parts of the country. Agricultural plots and residences are among the most damaged. In Chantaburi province, valuable durian trees were felled causing hundreds of thousand of baht in damage, while a number of houses were struck by falling trees. At Pong Nam Ron district in Chantuburi province, summer storms with […]Read More


Coronavirus outbreak causes about one trillion baht in damage to

The overall damage Thailand’s national economy, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, is currently estimated at about one trillion baht, while business confidence for the first quarter of this year has dropped to 47.2, which is the lowest in almost two years, according to the forecast by the Centre for Economic and Business Forecasts of the […]Read More


Summer storms ravage 250 houses in three northern provinces

Fierce summer storms pounded three northern provinces — Phayao, Uttaradit and Phitsanulok — damaging more than 250 houses on Friday and early Saturday, as the weather office issued a storm warning for upper Thailand. In Phayao, a violent storm hit five tambons — Fai Kwang, Wiang, Mae Lao, Thung Phasuk and Romyen — in Chaing […]Read More


Typhoon Phanfone strikes Philippines

Typhoon Phanfone made landfall on the central Philippines from Tuesday night through to Wednesday, killing at least 20 according to Philippine officials on Thursday, and leaving reportedly at least 15,000 stranded at ports. Phanfone impacted upon popular tourist attractions, such as Boracay and Coron, as well as the Kalibo International Airport. It also blocked roads […]Read More


More than 400 houses damaged by Phuket flash floods

PHUKET: More than 400 houses suffered damage in the flash floods that struck Phuket yesterday (Oct 31), officials have confirmed. The tally was confirmed at a meeting today led by Phuket Vice Governors Supoj Rotreuang Na Nongkhai and Wongsakorn Nunchukan to oversee official support for victims affected by the flash floods. Full story: thephuketnews.com By […]Read More