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  • Seventh arrest made over Phuket ‘Pla-wan’ stabbing

    Seventh arrest made over Phuket ‘Pla-wan’ stabbing

    PHUKET: Phuket Police have arrested another suspect in connection with the assault of Sri panwa resort general manager Vorasit ‘Pla-wan’ Issara and an arrest warrant has been issued for an eighth suspect in the case. Phuket Provincial Police Commander Chonasit Wattanavrangku yesterday updated the media about progress in the investigation, which must be concluded and forwarded to the court within 30 days

  • Former Phuket-based home vendors wanted by Aussie authorities

    Former Phuket-based home vendors wanted by Aussie authorities

    PHUKET: Australian authorities are investigating the ongoing practices of a Gold Coast man who allegedly fled to Phuket in 2010 and set up an office so he could continue to sell “kit homes” in Australia. The news comes after Nick Nichols, business editor at the news website

  • Man blames Phuket hospital for mother’s death

    Man blames Phuket hospital for mother’s death

    PHUKET: A complaint was filed today against the Phuket Provincial Administrative Organization (OrBorJor) Hospital for “unethical practices” leading to the death of his mother. Narongphon Suwanmosee, 44, claims that hospital administrators allegedly refused to allow his mother to be transferred to Vachira Phuket Hospital for treatment for the sake of an outstanding 100,000 baht medical bill.

  • Truck driver charged over Phuket horror crash

    Truck driver charged over Phuket horror crash

    PHUKET: The driver of the truck involved in the

  • Phuket Media Watch: Body found on British Queen’s estate; Missing journalist believed dead

    Phuket Media Watch: Body found on British Queen’s estate; Missing journalist believed dead

    PHUKET MEDIA WATCH– World news selected by Gazette editors for Phuket’s international community Body at Queen’s estate identified as missing teenager Phuket GazettePHUKET: Human remains which were found on the Queen’s Sandringham estate in eastern England on New Year’s Day have been identified as a missing 17-year-old girl, police said yesterday. The remains were found by a member of the public at around 11pm Phuket time on New Year’s Day in an area of woodland at Anmer, a tiny village which is part of Sandringham estate in Norfolk county. The investigation later turned into a murder investigation.

  • Call to revise Thai lese majeste law; Cambodia offers prisoner swap; MP surrenders

    Call to revise Thai lese majeste law; Cambodia offers prisoner swap; MP surrenders

    PHUKET MEDIA WATCH– Thailand news compiled by Gazette editors for Phuket’s international community Call to revise lese majeste law Phuket Gazette / The Nation The head of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Thailand (TRCT), Kanit Na Nakorn, has called for amendments to be made to Thailand’s lese majeste law, which mandates prison terms for anyone found guilty of insulting the monarchy. Mr Kanit said changes should be made to the law to prevent further social divisions. The announcement came just days after Army chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha said Thais who opposed the law should leave the country.

  • Phuket Gazette Sports: Review of the year

    Phuket Gazette Sports: Review of the year

    A look back over the year’s sporting events and memorable moments that helped highlight Phuket as a center of excellence in the Kingdom and Asia. January: Fresh start and fresh faces

  • DTAC to refund Phuket customers for service glitch

    DTAC to refund Phuket customers for service glitch

    PHUKET: Mobile phone service provider DTAC has announced that it would waive a 48-hour service fee for 1.8 million customers in Phuket and six other southern provinces, after the second service interruption in less than three weeks. Dtac Chief Corporate Affairs Officer Dr Darmp Sukontasap announced the waiver after a three-hour service interruption on the evening of January 5 that affected 900,000 customers in Phuket, Chumphon, Surat Thani, Trang, Krabi, Nakhon Sri Thammarat, and Phang Nga.

  • Services to Phuket Sports

    Services to Phuket Sports

    PHUKET: Thanyapura Sports and Leisure Club (TSLC) has been awarded the Phuket Gazette’s inaugural Services to Sport title. The purpose of such an award is to identify and recognize individuals, teams or organizations whose contributions to raise the profile of sport on Phuket has been outstanding throughout the year.

  • Pregnant woman killed by Phuket cement truck

    Pregnant woman killed by Phuket cement truck

    PHUKET: A woman seven months pregnant was run over and killed by a speeding cement truck in Patong yesterday. Hours later a man died in a high-speed motorbike collision on the Old Airport Road on Phuket’s west coast