Thailand Radio news from Pattaya Monday 13 July

Todays Thai News can be heard by clicking below to listen, and includes

A quarter of a Million homes to the north of Bangkok have lost water supplies as a result of drought at the weekend.

US officials from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will be in Bangkok this week to review improvements at the airports  

 Thai officials have been invited to China to see that illegal immigrants returned there last week are indeed being treated fairly despite western media reports

 Thailand’s marine department has its work cut out for it this month, 7000 new fishing applications have been filed for approval following the clamp down on illegal fishing

In Chiang Mai an American has been arrested after a raid on his home resulted in the discovery of video clips of himself with underage boys, according to local police reports

The Samui Provincial Court has ordered remaining forensic evidence in the Koh Tao tourist murders case to be sent for re-examination

Pop Singer Robbie Williams has lost a lot of fans here and around Asia following the cancellation of his Asian tour

  Illegal tour guides  are to be targeted in the Pattaya region as once again it has been clarified that guides in Thailand must be Thai.

Warnings in the Gulf continue despite a super hot weekend, that swells are expected and strong undercurrents exist all along the coastline