Daily Archives: August 16, 2017

CallidusCloud Wins Eight Gold Stevies® in the 2017 International Business Awards

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Ascom Myco and Koutio Médipôle optimize care communications and responsiveness

Enabled by the Ascom Myco smart device, the new Koutio Médipôle is realizing improved care delivery through seamless information flow from the point of care to anywhere. BAAR, Switzerland, Aug. 16, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The new Koutio Médipôle hospital in the New Caledonian capital Nouméa, located in the southwest Pacific Ocean, has optimized patient […]

Department defends renovation of Wat Arun

The Fine Arts Department has come out in defence of the renovation of Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan, or the Temple of Dawn, after hearing critical remarks from academics, renowned architects and archaeologists.The department said the renov…

City Hall to hand out rewards to informants of motorcyclists on pavements

Litterbugs, motorcyclists who ride on the pavements and sidewalk vendors in Bangkok beware! You are being watched by countless people who will report your misconduct to the city officials � for a reward.

Starting on Aug 15, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration will give a reward to anyone who reports about littering on the streets in Bangkok, motorcyclists who ride on the sidewalk and vendors who put up stalls on the pavements to city officials which eventually result to the fine of the offenders.

The informants will be given half of each fine after the offenders are fined, according to city officials.

The city administration has received many complaints from pedestrians of motorcycles running on the street pavements occasionally resulting to quarrel between the pedestrians and the motorbikers.

Officials explained that littering on public places such as roads and klongs; putting up stalls on the pavements to sell food or other merchandise; and pasting posters on power poles constitute violations of the Maintenance of the Cleanliness and Orderliness of the Country Act and the offenders are liable to fines, ranging from 100-10,000 baht.

Anybody who comes across the above-mentioned violations can call the City Hall’s 1555 hotline or 02-4656644 to report about the incidents or by email, citylaw_bma@hotmail.com together with evidence which can be a video clip or a photo plus information about where and when the alleged violations took place and license plates of the motorbikes.

Bangkok deputy governor Pol Lt-Gen Amnoy Nimmano assured the informants that their identities would be kept confidential to prevent them from possible reprisals from the offenders.

Source: Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS)