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Witness hearing date finally set in airport shutdowns case

After three years, the examination-of-evidence phase in the trial of 97 People’s Alliance for Democracy members for their 2008 seizure of Bangkok’s airports finally ended Monday, but the next step won’t be taken for eight months. The Criminal Court set Oct 20 for the hearing of a first batch of prosecution witnesses. Read more: Bangkok […]Read More

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Military junta shuts down a satellite TV channel for defying

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has ordered the shut down of a satellite TV channel, Fa Hai TV, after the news channel broadcast contents that it considered detrimental to national security and peace and order of the country. Five station staffers were detained for questioning it freed later on bails, while two […]Read More

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No ‘shutdown’ planned: PM Prayuth

PRIME MINISTER General Prayut Chan-o-cha clarified yesterday that he did not really plan to “shut down” the country. He said that Thailand prior to the coup last year was on the verge of disaster – prompting him to draw a comparison to the “Shutdown” rallies prior to the takeover – in remarks to the “five […]Read More

Pattaya

Face Club in South Pattaya faces business shutdown after defying

Pattaya authorities ordered the closure of Face Club bar in South Pattaya after it allowed entries by underaged youths in defiant of the order of the military junta. Bang Lamung district officer Charkorn Kanjanawatta who led a team of district officials, soldiers and local police to inspect entertainment places in Pattaya City last night said […]Read More

Bangkok

Rouge beauty clinic in Huai Khwang shutdown

BANGKOK, 17 July 2015, (NNT) – Officials from the Department of Health Service Support have raided a rouge beauty clinic at the Mengjai Intersection in Huai Khwang District of Bangkok. The beauty clinic has been illegally providing services such as Botox and filler injections as well as face lifting. Read more: NNTRead More

Pattaya

Pattaya ‘oral sex’ disco ordered shut for 10 days

A Pattaya discotheque has been ordered to close for 10 days after a Thai woman fellated a South Korean man in full view of other customers early Monday morning. Pictures of the lewd act were quickly circulated on Facebook and other online social networks, drawing shocked outrage and criticism. Read more: Bangkok Post BANGKOK POSTRead More

Pattaya

NBTC and Military shutdown 3 foreign-language Pattaya radio stations

On Wednesday Afternoon a team from the Office of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) Region 5 along with the Royal Thai Navy and Pattaya Police conducted raids on 4 foreign-language Pattaya radio stations and found irregularities at 3 of them. The offices of 3 radio stations, broadcasting on FM frequencies, 105Mhz, 96Mhz and […]Read More