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  • Second body of capsized ferry found, 3 still missing
    KOH SAMUI: Another body of a crewmember of the ferry sunk off this resort island was found on Monday, leaving three more who were still missing in rough seas and strong currents that obstructed the search operation.
    3 August 2020
  • CAAT lifts entry ban on select foreigners
    The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has lifted an entry ban on four groups of foreign nationals, in line with the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration's (CCSA) easing of Covid-19 travel restrictions.
    3 August 2020
  • Curfew in Melbourne as global virus cases top 18m: Virus update
    MELBOURNE: Australia's second-largest city started a six-week curfew and the Philippine capital was ordered back into lockdown, as the number of global coronavirus cases on Monday topped 18 million.
    3 August 2020
  • 3 new Covid imports, but 10 weeks since last local transmission
    Thailand on Monday reported three new imported coronavirus cases, for an accumulated total of 3,320. The death toll remained at 58.
    3 August 2020
  • Storm Sinlaku pounds North, Northeast
    Chiang Mai and Loei provinces took a pounding from storm Sinlaku as it moved into Thailand, with heavy rain and flash-flood warnings still in force until at least Tuesday.
    3 August 2020
  • Report card on Prayut 2.0 regime
    It's been a little over a year since the Prayut 2.0 government took over. For those who voted for the Palang Pracharath Party in the hope that stability would ensue, that appears to have been wishful thinking, as the coronavirus pandemic and sporadic domestic political protests have shown.
    3 August 2020
  • Shift your perspective to grasp new opportunities
    Although the pandemic seems to be easing in our country, it doesn’t necessarily mean we’re free from uncertainty and future disruptions. Many organisations today are still struggling to survive challenges that range from economic disruption to swift changes of consumer behaviour.
    3 August 2020
  • Varawut sorry for Bombay Burmah
    PHRAE: Environment Minister Varawut Silpa-archa on Sunday pledged to have the Bombay Burmah building rebuilt in six months after the century-old wooden house was knocked down by officials during a mishap earlier in June.
    3 August 2020
  • Panel to probe cause of Surat Thani ferry sinking
    SURAT THANI: The Marine Department has set up a panel to determine how a ferry headed to Don Sak Pier from Koh Samui capsized during a storm on Saturday.
    3 August 2020
  • Witness body to be seized
    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has instructed authorities to seize the body of a new witness in the "Boss" hit-and-run case for a new autopsy to end public doubt about the circumstances of his death.
    3 August 2020