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Phuket reopening: Rules for arrivals in Phuket

PHUKET: The provincial governor has elaborated on rules for people arriving from overseas when Phuket reopens to foreign tourists from Europe and America on July 1. Governor Narong Woonsew said on Wednesday that visitors would come from low- and medium-risk countries in Europe and America and they would arrive on Thai Airways International flights from […]Read More


COVID-19: Rules for VIPs’ Visits

BANGKOK, July 21 (TNA) – The Ombudsman will discuss conditions for very important persons’ visits with the government following the recent visits of COVID-19 infected Egyptian soldier and Sudanese girl. Chief Ombudsman Viddhavat Rajatanun said the visits by the Egyptian soldier and young daughter of the Sudanese attache heavily shook confidence and the Center for […]Read More


New Rules for Big Bike Riders

BANGKOK, July 30 (TNA) – The Land Transport Department plans to issue a new ministerial regulation for the safety of big bike riders within six months following recent fatal accidents, involving of powerful motorcycles on public roads. Director-General Peerapol Thavornsupcharoen said that the new regulation will require big bike dealers to organize trainings for their […]Read More


New Work Permit rules confirmed by Phuket Employment Office Chief

The Chief of the Phuket Provincial Employment Office, Kattiya Pandech, has confirmed to The Phuket News this week that new provisions issued by Royal Decree in March are in effect, allowing foreigners with work permits to legally work in any field, anywhere in the country, for any employer as long as the work being done […]Read More


New rules ban students from ‘indecency’ and ‘inappropriate’ displays of

The Cabinet has approved the Education Ministry’s new regulations banning students from holding public gatherings, “inappropriate” displays of affection and causing public nuisance. The new regulations, which will be implemented after being published in the Royal Gazette, is a revamp of the 2005 regulation on students’ conduct that warned students against public displays of affection […]Read More


New head of Pattaya Baht Bus Council to enforce the

PATTAYA:–The new head of the Pattaya Baht Bus Co-operative launched a committee tasked with investigating drivers violating traffic rules. Sutab Sukuojai laid out his plans and policies to members and Banglamung District officials at a June 28 meeting at the co-op’s Pattaya office. The new chairman said he will help the army and police crackdown […]Read More


Troops must adhere to the rules: Thai supreme commander

Supreme Commander ACM Thanasak Patimaprakorn insisted on Saturday that troops must adhere to the rules. He was speaking at a public forum at the Supreme Command for People’s Democratic Reform Committee secretary general Suthep Thaugsuban and other groups to air their opinions on how to reform the country. Read more: The NationRead More


Thai Airways to enforce waistline rules on their flight attendants

BANGKOK, 28 February 2011 (NNT)-Director-General of Department of Labor Protection and Welfare of the Ministry of Labor Mrs. Amporn Nitisiri encouraged Thai Airways flight attendants to speak openly with their employer over rules regarding their waistlines. According to Mrs. Amporn, Thai Airways cabin crews have lodged a complaint against the airlines last week for enforcing […]Read More