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  • 6 share-bikes found dumped in Bangyai canal

    6 share-bikes found dumped in Bangyai canal

    6 Ofo bicycles from the share-bike project launched in Phuket Town in September, have been found dumped in a canal.

  • 150 temporary lifeguards being trained

    150 temporary lifeguards being trained

    The Phuket OrBorJor (Phuket Provincial Organisation) is setting up a training course for 150 new lifeguards in readiness to step in if no one bids in the new auction. A meeting at the OrBorJor office today (October 6) chaired by Vice Governor Thawornwat Kongkaew, along with many local authorities, discussed about more possible solutions for Phuket lifeguard duties.

  • THAIGER TODAY Friday, October 6

    THAIGER TODAY Friday, October 6

    Election delayed until 2019 | Laypang won’t be released to the wild | Kasikorn Bank has revised it’s predictions for Thai economy | Big drug haul in Phuket Town | Janitor gets special surprise from students. The post THAIGER TODAY Friday, October 6 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • “Elections delayed until 2019” – Thai PM

    “Elections delayed until 2019” – Thai PM

    Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has told the Thai community during his visit to the United States that the election should take place in 2019, many months later than the junta-appointed legislators had predicted. Prayut spoke after he told US President Donald Trump on Monday that the election date would be announced next year without any further postponement. He said the election would be organised within 150 days after the promulgation of essential organic laws, which he said should be completed by November 2018.

  • Phuket father and son set off on a special journey for a special King

    Phuket father and son set off on a special journey for a special King

    A local disabled person is heading north to Bangkok to attend King Bhumibhol’s Cremation – by road in his wheelchair. The representative of Phuket disabled people is 49 year old Sompong Juiplub and his 15 year old ‘abled’ son, Thanawut Juiplub, who will be assisting during the journey.

  • Teachers and parents protesting at a Krabi school

    Teachers and parents protesting at a Krabi school

    A protest gathering of 300 students, parents and teachers of Baan Klong Jone School in Krabi took place yesterday (October 5) with the aim to expel the school director, Pairot Khaosang, who allegedly has been failing his administration during the past 4 years.

  • Drugs, guns and bullets – 2 men arrested

    Drugs, guns and bullets – 2 men arrested

    Today (October 5), Phuket police announced the arrest of 2 men with 10,760 amphetamine pills, 1 kilogram of meth amphetamine and guns and bullets valued at 1.4 million Baht. The arrest follows a 7-kilogram amphetamine crackdown that happened 2 months ago. The police tracked down the other drug dealers involved in the network by investigating the people arrested

  • Laypang won’t be released back to the wild

    Laypang won’t be released back to the wild

    The DNA results for Laypang, Phuket’s celebrity crocodile, has been revealed it is a mix between saltwater and freshwater crocodile which was possibly born through a human breeder, not naturally. Phuket’s Governor says that the Fisheries Department will be responsible for the next step in the Laypang saga.

  • Vegetarian Festival, Phuket. By FAT MANGO

    Vegetarian Festival, Phuket. By FAT MANGO

    Watch Fat Mangos tribute to the most in-your-face festival on Phuket’s Annual Calendar. The annual Vegetarian Festival is celebrated throughout the Thailand, but the festivities are at their peak in Phuket, where about 35% of the population is Thai Chinese heritage. It attracts crowds of spectators because of many of the unusual religious rituals that are performed.

  • Top Ten Hangover Cures

    Top Ten Hangover Cures

    as researched, often, by Donna Toon There are so many wonderful benefits of living in Thailand, good, cheap, delicious food, fabulous beaches and the ability to have a massage weekly without blowing the budget to name just a few. However one negative is the extremely over inflated price of alcoholic beverages in Thailand which forces us to drink cheaper choices more often than we would like, tipping us over the edge