• Tue, 21 May 2019 01:00
    Thai Union strikes it rich with tuna oil
    WHEN Tunyawat Kasemsuwan, the director of Global Innovation Centre (GIC), joined Thai Union Group five years ago, he saw a lot of “value” left unused at the firm’s tuna processing factory, and decided to take on the responsibility of finding ways to tap that value.
    business
  • Mon, 20 May 2019 01:00
    Sympathy for the expat devil 
    Nigel Pike, in his dotage, offered up some illuminating thoughts on other over-75 unfortunates who are seemingly going to suffer the iniquities of arbitrary policies on expats’ health insurance.
    your say
  • Mon, 13 May 2019 01:00
    The bird has flown, no thanks to AirAsia
    I have observed an increasing tendency in recent years among low-cost airlines, particularly AirAsia, to leave earlier than the scheduled departure time, intentionally leaving behind any unfortunate passengers who do not happen to arrive at the departure gate well in advance of the boarding time.
    your say
  • Tue, 16 Apr 2019 06:35
    Arsenal edge past 10-man Watford, move into top four
    Arsenal moved into the Premier League top four, but made hard work of seeing off 10-man Watford 1-0 thanks to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's fortunate early opener on Monday.
    sports
  • Sun, 14 Apr 2019 07:08
    Man Utd 'got away with it' against West Ham, admits Solskjaer
    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted his side were fortunate to grab a much-needed 2-1 win over West Ham on Saturday courtesy of two Paul Pogba penalties.
    sports
  • Wed, 06 Mar 2019 01:00
    Secret negotiations overheard at the Kim-Trump summit...
    The summit between President Trump and Kim Jong-un in Vietnam last week featured a one-on-one session where the two leaders were alone with only their interpreters for company. Fortunately 007 managed to record their conversation. What follows are excerpts.
    your say
  • Mon, 18 Feb 2019 10:59
    Drunk driver crashes into Songkhla furniture shop, causes fire
    A drunk driver had a lucky escape in the early hours of Monday when he was pulled out of his car just before it was engulfed by flames from the furniture shop in Songkhla's Hat Yai district into which he had crashed. The store wasn’t so fortunate: it was completely destroyed in the blaze.
    Breaking News
  • Mon, 21 Jan 2019 01:00
    Get out your wallet, Donald Trump
    Who is sincere and who might not be? Both entities “blame” each other, so let’s have both Trump and Congress agreed to immediately reduce their government paycheques by a third to a half and pass the money on to the 800,000 unfortunate victims of the US government shutdown as an advance on their next pay day.
    your say
  • Thu, 20 Dec 2018 08:01
    Hidden price of piracy
    The fast transmission of digital data has facilitated access to online pirated content.  Among some consumers this has resulted in an expectation of getting ‘something for nothing’ – an unfortunate by-product of the internet era which has seen a huge devaluation in the work of artists, musicians, directors, actors, and others making  entertainment products.  
    Tech
  • Tue, 11 Dec 2018 08:39
    Pacific nations resist US push to lift tuna quota
    Pacific island nations have vowed to oppose US efforts to increase its catch limit in the world's largest tuna fishery, saying the proposal does nothing to improve sustainable fishing.
    business
  • Wed, 14 Nov 2018 20:14
    Thai Union launches marine oil refinery in Germany
    Thai Union Group PCL, one of the world’s leading seafood producers, has successfully commissioned its US$24 million Thai Union Marine Nutrients tuna oil refinery.
    Breaking News
  • Sat, 10 Nov 2018 16:36
    States to decide fate of depleted bigeye tuna
    Dozens of nations will convene next week to decide the fate of one of the planet's most valuable fish: the bigeye tuna, backbone of a billion dollar business that is severely overfished.
    business
  • Mon, 15 Oct 2018 01:00
    Pet registration will not solve stray-dog problem
    Your editorial is somewhat disingenuous in using a picture of an old cat (“Pet registration fee will come back to bite us”, October 13-14). This unfortunate cat is unlikely to ever be rescued as the so-called “rescue” groups are far more interested in man’s biggest enemy – the vile canine.
    your say
  • Sat, 06 Oct 2018 15:34
    Going, going, gone! Tokyo's Tsukiji holds last tuna auction before move
    Tokyo fishmongers gathered before dawn Saturday for one final tuna auction at the world-famous Tsukiji market before it closed its doors to move to a new site.
    lifestyle
  • Mon, 01 Oct 2018 01:00
    A truth ignored by #MeToo: Ambitious women use their charms  
    The entire episode concerning the allegations of Dr Christine Ford and the defence of US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is unfortunate and reflects badly on everyone.
    your say
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