In Thailand English-language News for November 3, 2017, Newsline presenter Sandra Hanutsaha tells us about:
00:40 | Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn has officially opened the royal crematorium used in the funeral of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej to the public.
The number of people permitted inside the royal crematorium at any one time as been reduced from the previously announced 5,000, to 1,800. The exhibition is open from 7.22am daily until November 30.
03:10 | Visitors to the royal crematorium exhibition have been reminded to be respectful. The first and second levels of the royal crematorium have been closed to public access after some of those admitted yesterday behaved inappropriately.
05:08 | Newsline takes a look inside the royal crematorium on the first day of public access.
11:31 | The Rubber Authority of Thailand (Rat) has proposed a range of methods to stabilise the price of rubber and provide increased financial security for farmers.
12:36 | Newsline reports on the Thai motion picture industry.
16:11 | The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has warned citizens to carefully monitor their health, particularly for signs of influenza or hand, foot, and mouth disease, following the onset of the cold season.
17:12 | Thailand has presented details of its Thailand 4.0 policy on energy to representatives of 24 countries attending the 7th Asian Ministerial Energy Roundtable conference in Bangkok.
18:26 | Newsline reports on Mother Goddess Worshipping in Nam Dinh Province, northern Vietnam, the latest Intangible Cultural Heritage award granted to Vietnam by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco).
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