Artikel erschien November 2013

  • Phuket officials set date for Patong Carnival

    Phuket officials set date for Patong Carnival

    PHUKET: The island’s premier party town of Patong is set to kick off the Phuket tourism high season with its annual carnival, from December 15 through December 20. “Phuket is ready to host thousands of tourists this coming high season. Be assured that you will have a wonderful time here and be impressed with the beauty of our island,” says the new Kathu District Chief, Sayan Chanachaiwong.

  • Australian real estate agent, step-son killed in suspected arson attack

    Australian real estate agent, step-son killed in suspected arson attack

    PHUKET: Australian real estate agent Richard Port and his 17-year-old step-son were trapped and killed in a house fire that police suspect was intentionally started across the bay from Phuket early this morning, in Ao Nang.

  • Sights set on a Safer Phuket

    Sights set on a Safer Phuket

    PHUKET: A new safety initiative was launched this week with the aim of improving the island’s coastal water safety through significant changes in safety standards and training. The initiative, ‘Safer Phuket’, has received executive level support, endorsed by Governor Maitri Inthusut along with backing from several Government departments and HE Ambassador Mark Kent of the British Embassy in Bangkok

  • Alleged Phuket ghost rider in motorbike crash with foreigners

    Alleged Phuket ghost rider in motorbike crash with foreigners

    PHUKET: A pair of injured foreigners reported to police that a ghost rider slammed into them in the southbound lane of Thepkrasattri Road near the Kor En ‘death bend’ early this morning. American Mike Waltman, 23, was not seriously injured in the incident.

  • Phuket Opinion: Tackling power woes needs input from all

    Phuket Opinion: Tackling power woes needs input from all

    Natthaporn Kochsiripong, 34, is the Electricity Supply Assistant Manager at the Phuket Provincial Electricity Authority (PPEA).

  • Phuket Opinion: Click to care

    Phuket Opinion: Click to care

    PHUKET: Sharing a link on Facebook may save a whale or a starving child in Africa, but if the number of clicks truly count, then what headlines people look at highlight where our genuine interests are – and it’s shameful. The statistics available through Google Analytics, shown clearly on the

  • Patong eyes giant Ferris wheel to get Phuket high season rolling

    Patong eyes giant Ferris wheel to get Phuket high season rolling

    PHUKET: Phuket officials are scrambling to find a location to set up the Patong Eye, a giant Ferris wheel that is hoped to spin out fresh revenue during and after the Patong Carnival starting on December 15.

  • Kamala Police net meth dealers in hotel sting

    Kamala Police net meth dealers in hotel sting

    PHUKET: Plainclothes police arrested two ya ice (crystal methamphetamine) dealers in a sting operation at a Phuket guesthouse on Wednesday night, seizing a total of 1.6 grams of the drug. Lt Suchart Chumphusaeng led four other officers of the Kamala Police in the raid at Popeye’s Place guesthouse, near Phuket FantaSea, where plainclothes officers had arranged to buy 1.

  • DSI puts violent Phuket taxi driver rank in cross hairs

    DSI puts violent Phuket taxi driver rank in cross hairs

    PHUKET: The head of the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) team operating in Phuket believes that enough information was gathered during a sting operation of a violent taxi rank on the island to launch a full-out investigation. “For us to step in, we must declare a case a ‘special investigation’.

  • Anti-Yingluck protesters in Phuket pledge to not back down

    Anti-Yingluck protesters in Phuket pledge to not back down

    PHUKET: Protesters have vowed to keep pressure on the Phuket provincial government until results of the anti-government rallies are seen in Bangkok. “The protests in front of Provincial Hall will continue until the big protest taking Bangkok by storm sees results,” protest co-ordinator Amnuay Kumban told the Phuket Gazette this morning.

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