Artikel erschien Oktober 2012

  • Breaking News: Tiger Disco charged over inferno deaths

    Breaking News: Tiger Disco charged over inferno deaths

    PHUKET: The operators of Tiger Discotheque have been charged with negligence causing death and physical and mental injury to others, as well as with trading after hours, Patong Police Superintendent Chiraphat Pochanaphan has confirmed to the Phuket Gazette. The blaze that broke out at the nightclub, just before 4am on August 17, while hundreds of patrons were still inside the venue,

  • New Phuket police chief targets tourist safety, drugs

    New Phuket police chief targets tourist safety, drugs

    PHUKET: Phuket’s new Provincial Police Commander, Maj Gen Chote Chawanwiwat, has vowed to make drugs and tourist safety his top priorities. Gen Chote was installed as Phuket’s top cop yesterday after arriving from Narathiwat in Thailand’s troubled Deep South, where he served as provincial police commander

  • Phuket National Park blitz investigators named, beach restaurants now in firing line

    Phuket National Park blitz investigators named, beach restaurants now in firing line

    PHUKET: The 366 officials who will

  • Phuket FC captain ‘safe’ after car flips, slams into ditch

    Phuket FC captain ‘safe’ after car flips, slams into ditch

    PHUKET: Phuket FC alternating captain and starting striker Watcharapong “Pae” Jun-ngam was involved in a serious accident following last night’s football match against Sri Racha. Lucky to be alive, he is reported to be safe with no serious injuries.

  • Crab army marches on Phuket streets

    Crab army marches on Phuket streets

    PHUKET: Phuket Town residents received a shock yesterday as they witnessed an invading army of crabs marching through the streets in the direction of the nearby

  • Phuket Poll uncovers ‘isle of infidelity’

    Phuket Poll uncovers ‘isle of infidelity’

    PHUKET: More than half the respondents to a Phuket Gazette survey have admitted they have cheated on their partners, with more than 40% saying they are willing to do it again. The Gazette launched the month-long survey after the results of the annual international sex survey by condom-manufacturing firm

  • Phuket Opinion: Being negative can positively save lives

    Phuket Opinion: Being negative can positively save lives

    Pornthip Rattajak, 35, is now the acting director at the Phuket Regional Blood Center. She graduated with a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Medical Technology from Mahidol University. She first started her work in the field as medical laboratory technician at the National Blood Center of the Thai Red Cross Society in Bangkok before joining the Phuket Regional Blood Center in August 2009 (click here for map).

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