Artikel erschien November 2015

  • Phi Phi Police struggle to stomp out gibbon touts

    Phi Phi Police struggle to stomp out gibbon touts

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  • Deaf man dies in alleged suicide

    Deaf man dies in alleged suicide

    PHUKET: Police have yet to rule out foul play as they investigate the alleged suicide of a deaf man in Thalang yesterday morning. Officers received a report that Amnach Utsaha, 30, had supposedly shot himself in the head with a homemade gun while in bed with his wife Boonruay Aree, 44.

  • Triathlon champ’s return to form at Challenge Laguna Phuket

    Triathlon champ’s return to form at Challenge Laguna Phuket

    PHUKET: A field of over 600 individual pro and age group athletes representing 41 nationalities, crowded Laguna Phuket this weekend to participate in the 2015 Challenge Laguna Phuket triathlon. Switzerland’s Ruedi Wild successfully defended his 2014 Challenge Laguna Phuket title in 3:54:45 (swim 21:29, bike 2:12:17, run 1:18:21), breaking his own record of 4:02:43, despite being out of action for the past few months due to injury.

  • Phuket locals protest US Amb’s lese majeste comments

    Phuket locals protest US Amb’s lese majeste comments

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  • Russian woman robbed near British International School

    Russian woman robbed near British International School

    PHUKET: Police are hunting two suspects accused of robbing a Russian woman near British International School Phuket on Saturday morning. Olga Shnyreva, 35, was kicked off of her bicycle and robbed of 400 baht and an iPhone 6 by two men with tattooed faces, confirmed Lt Col Sanit Nukong of the Thalang Police.

  • Myanmar couple arrested for dealing meth

    Myanmar couple arrested for dealing meth

    PHUKET: Police arrested two Myanmar nationals in possession of more than 250 grams of crystal methamphetamine ( ya ice ) on Friday. Thiha Soe, 32, and his wife, referred to by police only as Moe, were apprehended after officers received a tip-off from Rassada Subdistrict Chief (Kamnan) Chanchai Tantawacheerapan.

  • Business Buzz: Cash in on high season

    Business Buzz: Cash in on high season

    PHUKET: We are coming into the high season and the tourists will be coming, so no matter what their numbers, this is the time to take advantage. There are a couple of things that we can do as business owners to protect our profits and position ourselves for the coming year.

  • Finance: Going back to basics

    Finance: Going back to basics

    PHUKET: This is something I often write about but so often find ignored by what is done in practice. When it comes to planning your financial future, there are only a few basic principles that you really need to follow. As long as you stay within these guidelines, you can make the odd mistake and still easily recover

  • Opinion: Keeping up the pressure to rid Phuket of jet-skis

    Opinion: Keeping up the pressure to rid Phuket of jet-skis

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  • Diving: Saving mantas with photos

    Diving: Saving mantas with photos

    PHUKET: Phuket divers have been regularly asked to participate as citizen scientists over the last several years, helping ‘Spot The Leopard Shark’ to better understand shark populations and to collect data for ‘Project Seahorse’ as they determined the sustainability of fishing practices for seahorses in Thailand. Now, a new project is afoot in the Kingdom, one destined to improve conservation efforts and our understanding of one of the most iconic fish in the sea: manta rays.

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