Artikel erschien Dezember 2017

  • 6 missing men safely home

    6 missing men safely home

    The 6 men, reported missing earlier yesterday (December 30), have been rescued by Royal Thai Navy Area 3 today (December 31). All safe and back home.

  • Royal Crematorium exhibit exceeds 3.89 million visitors

    Royal Crematorium exhibit exceeds 3.89 million visitors

    More than 3.89 million people visited the Royal Crematorium exhibition between November 2 and December 30. People visited the exhibition in remembrance of the much-revered HM the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The late monarch passed away on October 13, 2016

  • 2017 – Phuket’s year in review

    2017 – Phuket’s year in review

    2017. What a year. As the clock is about to click over into 2018 we look back at another busy year on the island.

  • Do we need a Last Will and Testament in Thailand?

    Do we need a Last Will and Testament in Thailand?

    With the growing number of people retiring in Thailand, our firm has received several inquiries for a Last Will and Testament. The primary question that we receive is, “Do I need a will?” What does a Last Will and Testament do

  • DAY TWO REPORT – Seven days of danger

    DAY TWO REPORT – Seven days of danger

    A total of 92 people were killed and 1,107 were injured during the first two days of seven-day monitoring period for people travelling during the long New Year holidays. On Friday, which was the second day of the so-called “seven dangerous days” new year holidays, 576 road accidents happened, killing 49 people and injuring 609, said Karun Sakulpradit, permanent secretary for the Education Ministry

  • SNAKES! But not all snakes are deadly, most aren’t

    SNAKES! But not all snakes are deadly, most aren’t

    A friend discovered a snake on his balcony the other day and asked me what it was.

  • Thailand Yacht Show. Returns to Ao Po Grand Marina February 22 – 25, 2018

    Thailand Yacht Show. Returns to Ao Po Grand Marina February 22 – 25, 2018

    It is that time of the year where we make resolutions; promises about the year to come and how we will approach it. Rather than ploughing through a northern hemisphere winter to get to the gym or sourcing for fresh fruits during a juice cleanse, why not enjoy the best of the southern tropical lifestyle and head to the Thailand Yacht Show ! Apart from the mega-yachts and exhibition of some of the world’s great yachting brands, here are three other reasons to visit Phuket and the Thailand Yacht Show in 2018… The Great Outdoors Why pound the gym’s treadmill when you could select one of the 30 beaches around Phuket for an invigorating work out?

  • Phuket Governor announces first casualty for new year period

    Phuket Governor announces first casualty for new year period

    At Provincial Hall this morning (December 30), Phuket’s Governor, Norapat Plodthong, chaired a meeting to follow up on the accidents for the first 2 days of the 7 days of danger over the New Year season. There were 10 accidents in total, with 9 injuries and 1 casualty in the past two 2 days (December 28 – 29). The ‘7 days of danger’ runs from December 28, 2017 to January 3, 2018, monitored by a provincial committee from several departments.

  • Prawit’s watches. They are from a ‘third party’.

    Prawit’s watches. They are from a ‘third party’.

    Deputy PM General Prawit Wongsuwan has submitted a letter explaining his possession of luxurious watches and a diamond ring, which he failed to include in his assets declaration, to the anti-graft agency. The letter named a third party who would be called upon to testify in the case, according to the anti-graft agency, the National Anti-Corruption Commission yesterday. A meeting of the NACC yesterday was told that Prawit had submitted his letter to the agency as required, said Pol General Watcharapol Prasarnrajkit, the NACC president, and the commission was now examining the letter in detail

  • DAY ONE – Seven days of danger. Road toll down.

    DAY ONE – Seven days of danger. Road toll down.

    As Thai holidaymakers journeyed to their hometowns for the annual New Year Festival with accompanying high traffic volumes on highways and crowded transport hubs, the Road Safety Operation Centre on Friday reported a slight decrease in accidents, deaths and injuries on the first of the seven-day road safety promotion period ending January 3. Thursday saw 41 deaths and 500 injuries in 477 road accidents – down in comparison to the same day last year when 524 road accidents claimed 42 lives and wounded 526 people, said Minister of Transport Arkhom Termpittayapaisith.

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