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1. Korean Air Reports Increase in Number of In-Flight Smoking Incidents
Korean Air has said that it will take strong action to eliminate smoking on board including that of e-cigarettes. Any passenger found smoking will be handed over to the local police immediately upon landing, regardless of the severity of the offense.
2. Thailand bans Smoking in Pubs, Restaurants, Clubs and Market Places
Thailand bans Smoking in Pubs, Restaurants, Clubs and Market Places. Thailand has further extended a national ban on smoking in public areas to include pubs, restaurants, discos and market-places, both open-air and air-conditioned. Previously, the regulations applied only to public buildings and closed air-conditioned areas. The regulations took effect February 11, 2008, but do not
3. Coral Beach Resort Sharjah Introduces Non-Smoking Zones on Beach
According to Simon, theres no longer a scientific controversy that second-hand smoke is a killer, with WHO quoting studies to show that it causes the same problems as direct smoking, which include exposure to cancer-causing carcinogens. Many countries have introduced laws to eliminate smoking in public places.
4. Novotel St Kilda becomes first international hotel in Australia to ban smoking completely
Novotel St Kilda becomes first international hotel in Australia to ban smoking completely
5. Hong Kong Stadium Smoking Policy and South Stand Seating Issues Addressed for Hong Kong Rugby Se
Hong Kong Stadium Smoking Policy and South Stand Seating Issues Addressed for Hong Kong Rugby Sevens. The Hong Kong Rugby Football Union is to implement some new stadium improvement policies for the upcoming Cathay Pacific/Credit Suisse Hong Kong Sevens 2007. The policies are designed to further enhance the enjoyment of the event and to comply with recent government public health o
6. Sheraton and Four Points by Sheraton Hotels in US, Canada and Caribbean to become Smoke Free
Sheraton and Four Points by Sheraton Hotels in US, Canada and Caribbean to become Smoke Free. More than 300 Sheraton and Four Points by Sheraton hotels in the U.S., Caribbean and Canada are in the process of implementing a smoke-free policy. The hotels have begun converting all smoking guestrooms to non-smoking and all public areas will also be 100% smoke-free.
7. Perth Airport Not Building Smoking Rooms
Perth Airport has decided not to construct smoking rooms. Instead, a dedicated, well ventilated outside smokers shelter in the vicinity of Domestic Terminal 3, and well away from the main doors of the terminal, is currently under construction.
8. Orchard Hotel in Singapore to become Smoke Free
Orchard Hotel in Singapore to become Smoke Free. From the first day of Lunar New Year (18 February 2007), the hotel will become 100% smoke-free. This means smoking will not be allowed in all guestrooms, restaurants, lounges, meeting rooms, public areas and employee work areas.

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