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88 macaques saved from exotic-food trade in Prachin Buri

Thai police rescued dozens of monkeys that were sent abroad to be eaten. The macaques were crammed into 17 containers in the back of a pick-up truck in Prachinburi, eastern Thailand, on 27 May. Officers stopped a Isuzu pickup truck believed to be stolen and with fake license plates and arrested driver Panupong Jusing, 25, […]Read More

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Thai food with cannabis introduced

After the Food and Drug Administration allowed cannabis to be used as an ingredient, many food vendors at a market in Bangkok have started offering such dishes. One such is stir-fried minced pork with basil mixed with cannabis, where they used the boiled water from dried-cannabis leaves. The vendors selling such items have to put […]Read More

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CAAT Bans Food, Drinks on Domestic Flights

BANGKOK, Dec 30 (TNA) – The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) imposed a ban on food and drinks served on domestic flights during the Covid-19 outbreak. The ban is put into effect on Dec 31 until further notice. Full story: tna.mcot.net TNARead More

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Michelin stars for 28 restaurants in Thailand in 2021

BANGKOK, Dec 16 (TNA) – Michelin Guide Thailand announced Michelin stars for 28 restaurants in Thailand for 2021. Representatives of the Tourism Authority of Thailand and Michelin Guide Thailand announced the accolade for the local restaurants. Full story: tna.mcot.net TNARead More

Pattaya

Elephants break into Chonburi resident’s home looking for food

Chonburi – Elephants have visited a local residents kitchen to search for bakery items in rural Chonburi earlier this week. Ms. Worawan Sriwarunnon, 37, told The Pattaya News, “On Wednesday night I was making bakery items in the kitchen at night when two elephants were walking nearby.” “One of the elephants took some bread and […]Read More

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Ratcliffe to be Director of nation talent Trump ignored

Struggling to sell one multi-million dollar home currently on the market won’t stop actress and singer Jennifer Lopez from expanding her property collection. Lopez has reportedly added to her real estate holdings an eight-plus acre estate in Bel-Air anchored by a multi-level mansion. The property, complete with a 30-seat screening room, a 100-seat amphitheater and […]Read More

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Nationwide probe into school lunch fraud ordered

The Office of the Basic Education Commission (Obec) has ordered educational service area offices nationwide to review free lunch programmes for kindergarten and primary students at schools under their responsibility after allegations of corruption re-surfaced. The move comes after the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) in Nakhon Ratchasima discovered that at least four schools in the […]Read More