Archive For The “Miscellany” Category

Disruption To Posts From Buriram Times

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Due to a trip to the UK, posts by the Times Group will at some point be disrupted until June 14. We will endeavour to keep this to a minimum and apologize for any disappointment caused.

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Buriram Hold On For Hard-Fought 2-1 Win At Police Tero

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Buriram Hold On For Hard-Fought 2-1 Win At Police Tero

Buriram withstood a torrid second-half fight back by Police Tero to come away with a vital victory. Even when the home side were reduced to ten men, Buriram were unable to take control of the game. It was a different story in the first-half when two Edgar headers saw Buriram in cruise control but the…

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Buriram United v Muang Thong United Kick-Off 7pm

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Just a reminder that tonight’s game kicks off at 7pm not 5.45pm as initially reported. Usually the Friday games do kick-off early but with a near-capacity crowd expected, it was put back. COME ON BURIRAM !!!

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Schools In The UK Are Replacing Analog Clocks With Digital Ones Because Children Can’t Use Them

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Schools In The UK Are Replacing Analog Clocks With Digital Ones Because Children Can’t Use Them

Although not really a Thailand issue, we thought our UK readers would be interested in this latest sad indictment of our youth. A head-teachers’ union in the UK recently reported that youths have become so accustomed to using digital devices that they are having trouble correctly reading time on analog clocks, forcing schools to replace…

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Change Of Kick-Off Time For Buriram At Chiang Rai

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Buriram’s match at Chiang Rai tonight (Sunday) will now kick-off at 6pm, not 7pm as previously reported. Yesterday’s games saw Muang Thong draw 1-1 at Chonburi and Prachuap lost 1-0 at Thai Port.

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Songkran At London Steak

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Songkran At London Steak

London Steak owner Clayton would like to inform customers that London Steak 1 will be closed over Songkran but Number 2 (opposite Big C) will be open as normal.

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Summer Storms Wreak Havoc In 17 Provinces

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Summer Storms Wreak Havoc In 17 Provinces

The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation said summer storms have wreaked havoc to 17 provinces during April 2-6. Mr Chayapol Thitisak, director-general of the department, said the storms caused damages to 656 homes in 34 districts. Meanwhile, Bangkok was hit by summer storm last night with heavy rains in many areas until this morning….

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Police Considering Adjusting Speed Limits In And Outside Urban Areas

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Police Considering Adjusting Speed Limits In And Outside Urban Areas

The Royal Thai Police and the Ministry of Interior are now considering an amendment to the Land Transport Law that will see speed limits from 80 kilometres an hour adjusted to 110 km/h to facilitate driving on highways, and to 60 km/h in urban areas. The 80-km/h speed limit on some roads has been set by the…

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Songkran At Harley Route 288 Bar

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Songkran At Harley Route 288 Bar

Harley Route 288 Bar are starting Songkran with a bang on Thursday, April 12 when the Leo big band return along with the usual bevvy of Leo beauties . A big buffet plus one Leo will be available at only 299 bht. Sounds a great deal !

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Moto GP – Rent Your Home For the Event At Premium Rates

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Moto GP – Rent Your Home For the Event At Premium Rates

  Buriram Isaan Property has been approached by Motor sport organizations to secure a number of Homes/Villas within a 50 kilometer radius of Buriram for a period of 3 to 10 days over the World Moto GP Race at the Chang International Circuit scheduled for the weekend 5-6-7th October 2018. If you are interested in…

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