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Pattaya & Thailand LATEST NEWS from Fabulous 103fm (15 March 2023)

Pattaya & Thailand LATEST NEWS from Fabulous 103fm (15 March 2023) Radioactive cannister "missing" from Thai powerplant for nearly a month Concern has been raised after it was revealed that a large container of radioactive material was noted as missing at the end of February in Prachinburi. The container of Caesium-137, a radioactive and highly hazardous isotope went missing at the end of February BUT has ONLY JUST been announced […]

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Pattaya & Thailand LATEST NEWS from Fabulous 103fm (14 March 2023)

Pattaya & Thailand LATEST NEWS from Fabulous 103fm (14 March 2023) 'Work from home' advised due to dangerous smog levels As smog continues to blight most of Thailand and much of SE Asia, so an advisory has been given to employers in many areas, including our own, for staff to work from home wherever possible, avoiding adding to the congestion AND avoiding travel through smoggy streets.   As many areas […]

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Pattaya & Thailand LATEST NEWS from Fabulous 103fm (13 March 2023)

Pattaya & Thailand LATEST NEWS from Fabulous 103fm (13 March 2023) - Chiang Mai smog ranks worst in the world With China’s capital seeing a massive spike in smog levels Friday, reducing slowly over the night, so its Chiang Mai that takes the sad title of  the region with world's worst air pollution on earth, according to the IQ Air website.  CM beat the usual winners, mainly Indian, hands down […]

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Pattaya & Thailand LATEST NEWS from Fabulous 103fm (10 March 2023)

Pattaya & Thailand LATEST NEWS from Fabulous 103fm (10 March 2023) - Over 1.3 million people sick due to dangerous air pollution  The Public Health Department has released figures indicating that some 1 and a third million people have incurred sickness requiring medical intervention due to smog. Over half a million from respiratory disease, over a quarter of a million with skin infections, with the same number having eye infections. […]

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