Thailand News From Fab 103FM Monday 6 July

Mondays news from Thailand and Pattaya City includes:

Thai fishing authorities have forwarded a list of amendments to fishing practice laws here to the EU in the hope that it will see the seafood market there continue for thai produce


Four foreign women and  young local lad were killed Sunday in a freak accident at Kohn Ken zoo that saw two  tourist Cart trains  collide on a hillside.  50 others were

Police  in Bangkok have raided several so called Jewelry stores this weekend, after an investigation into touts who operate outside Bangkok’s  Grand

Two American Gay men are still in Thailand with their child born from a surrogate mother who refuses to sign the baby over to them

Recent rain has seen 27 of 40 dry provinces removed from the drought listings this weekend,  leaving 13 on the critical list

142 British university students and former students are banding together this summer to provide additional English lessons in 45 provincial areas.

Deportation is soon due, not from Thailand but to Thailand  as a married father in the UK, is due to be shipped back once he completes his jail

Pattaya market stall operators in soi bukhau gang up on police checking for fake goods,

Pattaya authorities are monitoring waves strength on the bay as are all tourist areas  and swimmers are warned of expected high waves and strong undercurrents this week following a shipping warning of waves of up to 3 metres