Artikel erschien Juni 2013

  • Special Report: Navy ships scuttled south of Phuket for fishy passengers

    Special Report: Navy ships scuttled south of Phuket for fishy passengers

    Special Report: Three Royal Thai Navy vessels have been scuttled in Krabi Province to provide superstructures for artificial reefs as part of the province’s bid to create underwater learning centers for divers and boost the Andaman province’s tourism industry. The Gazette’s Irfarn Jamdukor reports

  • Phuket Opinion: Promoting Islam for Phuket youths, tourists

    Phuket Opinion: Promoting Islam for Phuket youths, tourists

    Maroj Thongyon, a 66-year-old Phuket native, has been a member of the committee of the Phuket Islamic Council since 1990 and is president of the Foundation Nurul Islamiah.

  • Phuket Opinion: Human trafficking is Thailand’s failure

    Phuket Opinion: Human trafficking is Thailand’s failure

    PHUKET: Few issues are more tragic and complex than human trafficking.

  • Phuket police street shooter walks free

    Phuket police street shooter walks free

    PHUKET: All charges against a Phuket police officer arrested for shooting dead a civilian in Phuket Town have been dropped. Cpl Rachaporn Semaksorn and his brother, Dechaporn, were arrested after witnesses identified Cpl Rachaporn as the man who pulled out a gun and shot 21-year-old Ekkasit Sangangam at point-blank range. The incident occurred on Phun Pol Soi 11, in the heart of Phuket Town’s red light district, at about 2:30am on May 5 last year (story

  • Thai police officer charged with human trafficking

    Thai police officer charged with human trafficking

    PHUKET: A Phang Nga police officer has been charged with human trafficking following his reported involvement in a Rohingya woman being held captive and raped repeatedly for days, Kuraburi District Police Superintendent Weerasil Kwanseng confirmed to the Phuket Gazette this morning.

  • Belgian expat stabbed by Thai girlfriend out of Phuket ICU

    Belgian expat stabbed by Thai girlfriend out of Phuket ICU

    PHUKET: The 62-year-old Belgian expat who was stabbed multiple times by his Thai girlfriend earlier this week is out of intensive care, hospital staff have confirmed.

  • Patong ladyboys given stiff treatment, Phuket club shut down

    Patong ladyboys given stiff treatment, Phuket club shut down

    PHUKET: The Dragon Club, an erection behind the Jungceylon shopping mall in Patong (map

  • Rohingya trafficking suspect to be charged for abduction, rape

    Rohingya trafficking suspect to be charged for abduction, rape

    PHUKET: The man accused of repeatedly raping a Rohingya woman he was allegedly to smuggle from a welfare shelter in Phang Nga, north of Phuket, to Malaysia will face rape and abduction charges, police today confirmed to the Phuket Gazette. “We were issued an arrest warrant today that will allow us to take him into custody and proceed with pressing deprivation of liberty and rape charges against him,” said Lt Saner Sumard of the Kuraburi Police. Korlimula Mahamutu, as he is named in Thai on the arrest warrant, is currently being detained in Phang Nga Town as he is already facing charges of human trafficking (story

  • Phuket Opinion: Exceptions, all of us

    Phuket Opinion: Exceptions, all of us

    PHUKET: As children we were told that we were special, unique – exceptional.

  • Busted: Alleged drug dealer’s operation across from Phuket school

    Busted: Alleged drug dealer’s operation across from Phuket school

    PHUKET: Police busted a Burmese drug dealer suspected of operating out of a house across the street from a Phuket school yesterday evening. Staking out a house across from Baan Kata School, Phuket Provincial Police officer Wanchai Palawan and his team waited for Anan Kanyarat, 36, to leave the residence before stopping and searching him. Police found 4.

Phuketmagazin News