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Government considers blanket alcohol bans on April 13

Government considers blanket alcohol bans on April 13 | The Thaiger There’s a 24 hour ban on alcohol on the weekend preceding AND the actual election weekend this month. And next month is Songkran with the Government mooting possible blanket bans on Songkran day, April 13 writes Tha Thaiger.com This year the Government says they want an alcohol ban on the...
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Tourist ransacks hotel bathroom before falling from second floor

Tourist ransacks hotel bathroom before falling from second floor | The Thaiger An unidentified western tourist has ransacked a Pattaya hotel toilet before injuring three policemen who tried to arrest him writes TheThaiger.com The tourist was then badly injured when he fell from the second floor of the hotel trying to escape through a window of the hotel in South Pattaya. Police,...
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Ethiopian Airlines crash – a second new Boeing 737 falters after take off

Ethiopian Airlines crash – a second new Boeing 737 falters after take off | The Thaiger PHOTO: A brand new Boeing 737 Max 800 for Ethiopian Airlines All 157 people on board the Ethiopian Airlines flight from Addis Ababa that crashed yesterday morning have died, the airline has confirmed. The airline said in a statement… “We hereby confirm that our scheduled flight ET 302 from Addis Ababa...
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Shoppers said ‘no’ to 237 million plastic bags at 7-11 in three months

Shoppers said ‘no’ to 237 million plastic bags at 7-11 in three months | The Thaiger More than 237 million plastic bags have been left unused at Thailand’s 7-eleven stores in the past three months – valued at more than 47 million baht writes The Thaiger.com But the media release from CP All, the local franchise owners of 7-eleven, doesn’t announce how many plastic bags were...
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Despite the dangers, Thai police chief says ‘OK’ to pickup passengers over Songkran

Despite the dangers, Thai police chief says ‘OK’ to pickup passengers over Songkran | The Thaiger Police are not going to impose restrictions for people riding in the back of pickup trucks over the Songkran holidays this April writes The Thaiger.com The national deputy police chief Srivara Ransibrahmanakul has said it’s OK for passengers to ride in the tray space at the back of pick-ups “as...
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