Artikel erschien Februar 2012

  • Norwegian man confesses to "accidentally killing" Phuket girlfriend

    Norwegian man confesses to "accidentally killing" Phuket girlfriend

    PHUKET: The Norwegian man arrested last night after the gruesome remains of a human body were found in his Phuket home has confessed to “accidentally killing” Rungnapa Suktong, his girlfriend of nine years. Stein Havard Dokset, a 50-year-old retired car dealer from Oslo, Norway confessed to officers at Chalong Police Station today

  • Phuket Live Wire: An update on international download speeds in Phuket

    Phuket Live Wire: An update on international download speeds in Phuket

    PHUKET: Time for an update on how Phuket’s doing for real world, measured international internet speeds.

  • Pregnant mother, family killed in Phuket road accident

    Pregnant mother, family killed in Phuket road accident

    PHUKET: A family of three from Uttaradit province died when their motorcycle was hit by a pick-up truck in the rainy conditions in Phuket last night. Also killed was the unborn child of the pregnant mother

  • Phuket welcomes newborn elephant ‘Pang Saifon’

    Phuket welcomes newborn elephant ‘Pang Saifon’

    PHUKET: The owners of the Kinnari Elephant Camp in Rawai this morning announced the birth of a baby elephant at the camp. Pang Saifon, born at 1:49am, is the second elephant to be born at the camp.

  • Phuket Tourist Police Volunteers warn of  bag snatchers

    Phuket Tourist Police Volunteers warn of bag snatchers

    PHUKET: Following a spate of snatch thefts, the Phuket Tourist Police Foreign Volunteers today issued an advisory warning tourists to keep close watch on their valuables and be on the lookout for potential bag-snatchers. Bruce Anderson, Team Leader of the Phuket Tourist Police Foreign Volunteers, told the Phuket Gazette that there have been more bag snatchings reported by foreign tourists in the past week. Culprits tend to target women with shoulder bags or handbags.

  • Phuket’s Soi Dog Foundation expands into Bangkok

    Phuket’s Soi Dog Foundation expands into Bangkok

    PHUKET: Phuket’s renowned animal welfare charity Soi Dog Foundation (SDF) has joined forces with the Bangkok-based Soi Cats and Dogs organization (SCAD) to launch operations in the Thai capital. SCAD, a well established and highly regarded Thai foundation, will be integrated into SDF and Phimpakarn Petpichetchien appointed General Manager of the new operation, SDF’s founder John Dalley announced in press release today

  • Swedish Gripen jet fighters in tests over Phuket

    Swedish Gripen jet fighters in tests over Phuket

    PHUKET: The Royal Thai Air Force is conducting high-speed aerial flyovers of Phuket Town today and tomorrow in order to test its radar installation at Khao Mai Thao Sip Song, the island’s point in Chalong. Following reports by concerned residents in Phuket Town, the Phuket Gazette contacted the Phuket Air Traffic Control center run by Aerothai at Phuket International Airport

  • Separate shootings leave two dead in Phuket

    Separate shootings leave two dead in Phuket

    PHUKET: Two people died in separate shootings in Phuket last night.

  • Phuket road victim identified as Aussie model

    Phuket road victim identified as Aussie model

    PHUKET: The young woman who died in a motorbike accident in Phuket early on Saturday morning has been identified as Lana O’Connell, a successful young model from the Gold Coast, Australia. Miss O’Connell was riding a motorbike along Patak Road toward Chalong Circle with her long-term partner Kenneth Trivett at about 3:30am when they

  • Jet-skis, rip-offs and noise pollution: Phuket’s honorary consuls go through the motions

    Jet-skis, rip-offs and noise pollution: Phuket’s honorary consuls go through the motions

    PHUKET: Jet-ski scams, noise pollution in Patong and real estate rip-offs were among the issues raised by honorary consuls during their quarterly meeting with Phuket government officers today. The meeting, held in the main meeting room of Phuket Provincial Hall, was chaired by Phuket Vice Governor Sommai Prijasilpa. Dr Sommai, the first-ever person to chair the meeting in English, was filling in for Phuket Governor Tri Augkaradacha, who could not attend due to unspecified urgent business.

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