Artikel erschien August 2015

  • Phuket police hunt illegal fishermen

    Phuket police hunt illegal fishermen

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  • Police arrest ladyboy packing fake shooter

    Police arrest ladyboy packing fake shooter

    PHUKET: A ladyboy and her teenage associate were arrested yesterday for robbing two convenience stores with fake firearms last week. Kan Polrob, 19, and a 17-year-old minor, who was not named by officers, were stopped at a police checkpoint in Rassada.

  • Governor vows to resolve underpass problems

    Governor vows to resolve underpass problems

    PHUKET: Protesters this morning handed Phuket Governor Nisit Jansomwong a formal letter of complaint about the dangerous road conditions along the Samkong intersection underpass construction site. More than 50 signatures were garnered by about 20 peaceful protesters at the much-delayed project site yesterday.

  • Monkey Beach gibbon tout arrested

    Monkey Beach gibbon tout arrested

    PHUKET: Quick action by officers after receiving a tip-off from a Phuket Gazette reader saw a gibbon tout photographed working on the sands of Monkey Beach put behind bars last week (story here ). Anan Nadee, 20, was arrested along with Bancha Songkhai, 24, in front of the Andaman Resort on Phi Phi Don while using ther illegally owned gibbons as props for tourists to take photographs with, confirmed Suwat Suksiri, chief of the Thung Talay Non Hunting Zone.

  • Breathe into this: Phuket tackles drunk driving

    Breathe into this: Phuket tackles drunk driving

    PHUKET: In an effort to reduce drunk driving and the road fatalities linked to it, 39 breathalyzers were donated to Phuket last week. Michael Woodford, the executive chairman of Safer Roads Foundation (SRF), and his wife Anunciacion Somavilla, presented the Lion alcolmeter SD-400s to Phuket Governor Nisit Jansomwong on August 27.

  • Phuket’s air quality returns to safe levels

    Phuket’s air quality returns to safe levels

    Visit site: Phuket’s air quality returns to safe levels

  • Business Buzz: Your business needs social media

    Business Buzz: Your business needs social media

    PHUKET: These days you hear that every business should have a social media presence, but why is this the case? This week, we explore the main reasons why social media is so important and, if done correctly, what benefits it brings to your business.

  • Opinion: Cyclocops roam

    Opinion: Cyclocops roam

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  • Steer clear: Locals plan on-site protest of underpass delays

    Steer clear: Locals plan on-site protest of underpass delays

    PHUKET: A group of concerned Phuket citizens will protest the road conditions and construction delays associated with the Samkong Underpass tomorrow morning, Sunday August 30. According to the Facebook page Seang Prachachon Kon Phuket (Voice of the Phuketian), about 50 protesters will arrive at the junction at about 11am.

  • Phi Phi gibbon touts arrested

    Phi Phi gibbon touts arrested

    PHUKET: An animal tout who was photographed earlier this month showcasing her dressed up gibbon to tourists on Phi Phi Island (story here ) has been arrested. Nattaporn Sithisak, 22, along with Saman Prabphet, 52, both from Krabi, were arrested in a joint effort raid by officers from the Thung Talay Non Hunting Zone and the Natural Resources and Environment Crime Division of the Royal Thai Police.

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