Artikel erschien Dezember 2018

  • It was a very good year – Annual Report for 2018, The Thaiger

    It was a very good year – Annual Report for 2018, The Thaiger

    by Tim Newton, CEO – The Thaiger Firstly, we’d like to thank everyone who has been a valuable part of a mega 12 months for The Thaiger in 2018. It’s been an often-rocky ride but ended up with all the pieces falling into place with the stage set for a massive 2019. Whereas we started 2018 as a brash media start-up, we’ve ended the year, statistically, as a local leader with audiences continuing to be attracted by our fresh approach, quick delivery and accurate, relevant content.

  • CAAT probe crash of light-aircraft that killed South African pilot

    CAAT probe crash of light-aircraft that killed South African pilot

    The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has inspected the wreckage of a private light aircraft that crashed in Chon Buri’s Sri Racha district yesterday. The crash precipitated a fire that killed the 60 year old pilot, Mike Romberg from South Africa

  • Round the world handicapped pilot crashes in Chon Buri

    Round the world handicapped pilot crashes in Chon Buri

    A video has captured the final moments of a light aircraft that crashed in Sri Racha, Chon Buri yesterday. Footage also shows the aftermath of the crash. The aircraft was piloted by Mike Lomberg, a South African who was flying through Thailand as part of a round the world flying adventure. The private light aircraft crash-landed yesterday, killing the pilot.

  • Chiang Mai soldier caught in gun road rage

    Chiang Mai soldier caught in gun road rage

    PHOTO: Sanook Footage from a dash cam shows a soldier advancing on a family of three, threatening to shoot them with a gun in Chiang Mai.

  • National death toll rises to 236 – Day Four in the “seven dangerous days”

    National death toll rises to 236 – Day Four in the “seven dangerous days”

    A total of 236 people have killed and 2,265 others injured in 2,194 road accidents after number were released for the first four days of the New Year holiday period’s “seven dangerous days”. The tally includes deaths and injuries from last Thursday up to Sunday night.

  • Man killed in Phuket road accident

    Man killed in Phuket road accident

    A motorbike driver has died at the scene after colliding head on with a pickup truck in Rassada earlier this morning. The Phuket City Police were notified about the accident at Soi Paneang in Rassada at 01.05am. Police and emergency respondents arrived at a curve in the road to find the damaged motorbike

  • Big whale sighted off Phuket – VIDEO

    Big whale sighted off Phuket – VIDEO

    A large whale has been sighted between Koh Racha and Koh Hey, south west of Phuket, yesterday.

  • Four minors and three men charged with gang rape of 13 year old Thai girl

    Four minors and three men charged with gang rape of 13 year old Thai girl

    PHOTO: Ban Kruat Hospital The parents of a 13 year old girl filed complaints that their daughter was gang raped by seven young men who lured her into a schools toilet in tambon Bung Charoen late Friday evening. The town is east of Bangkok near the Cambodian border. Out of the seven men, aged 14-22, four were minors and have been brought to the child and juvenile court of Buri Ram as police can only detain them for 24 hours.

  • One death in Phuket on Day Four of ‘seven days of danger’ – Total death toll reaches 3

    One death in Phuket on Day Four of ‘seven days of danger’ – Total death toll reaches 3

    PHOTO: The Phuket PR Office According to statistics issued by the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) Phuket Office, the island registered seven accidents and one death on Day Four (December 30) of the annual road safety campaign. Total of the first fours day of the campaign in Phuket is now three deaths. The one death yesterday was an American male tourist on a motorbike who collided with a minivan in Rawai.

  • New Year weather around Thailand

    New Year weather around Thailand

    It might be the middle of the annual high season but the ‘high season’ weather isn’t co-operating.

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