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  • Phuket update: Swede horror smash driver surrenders

    Phuket update: Swede horror smash driver surrenders

    PHUKET: The reckless truck driver who

  • Phuket update: US lifts terror alert

    Phuket update: US lifts terror alert

    PHUKET: Good news for the Phuket tourism industry has come with the US

  • Royalists protest Nitirat group in Phuket

    Royalists protest Nitirat group in Phuket

    PHUKET: A small group of Phuket royalists gathered at Phuket Provincial Hall to show their opposition to efforts by the Nitirat group of scholars in Bangkok to amend Chapter 2 of the Constitution and article 112 of the Criminal Code, which deal with lese majeste. The group of about 20 protesters arrived at 10am with a letter of protest, which was accepted on behalf of Phuket Governor Tri Augaradacha by his deputy Somkiet Sangkaosutthirak.

  • Phuket Sports: Laguna bailed out by untimely dismissals

    Phuket Sports: Laguna bailed out by untimely dismissals

    PHUKET: The Alan Cooke Ground (ACG) officially came into being last weekend with a two day event opened by Phuket’s youth development rugby and cricket teams.

  • Chevy Phuket to hold ‘Family Rally’, marine life release

    Chevy Phuket to hold ‘Family Rally’, marine life release

    PHUKET: The Chevrolet dealership in Phuket is holding a “family car rally” and marine wildlife release ceremony on April 1 to help restore the ocean environment. Organized by Chevrolet Phuket with support from Phuket Marine Biological Center and the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) office in Phuket Town, this family event is limited to one hundred cars. Although the event is sponsored by Chevrolet, owners of cars of any make are invited to take part.

  • Phuket Gazette: Court sentences killers of lesbian; 74 dead in riot

    Phuket Gazette: Court sentences killers of lesbian; 74 dead in riot

    – World news selected by Gazette editors for Phuket’s international community South African court sentences killers of lesbian to 18 yearsPHUKET (News Wires): Four South African men were sentenced to 18 years in prison on Wednesday for stabbing and stoning 19-year-old lesbian Zoliswa Nkonyana to death in 2006, local media reported yesterday. The men were found to have brutally killed Nkonyana because she was living openly as a lesbian.

  • Phuket Gazette: Canadian authorities arrest 60 in child porn bust

    Phuket Gazette: Canadian authorities arrest 60 in child porn bust

    – World news selected by Gazette editors for Phuket’s international community Canadian authorities arrest 60 in child porn bustPHUKET (News Wires): Canadian authorities have arrested and charged 60 men this week in connection with a major, ongoing investigation into child pornography offenses in Ontario, police announced yesterday. A total of 76 search warrants have been executed so far, resulting in the arrests of 60 males between the ages of 16 and 69. Police have laid 213 charges for the alleged possession, making, distributing and accessing child pornography.

  • Phuket Bay Regatta 2012 gets a bit of everything for day one of racing

    Phuket Bay Regatta 2012 gets a bit of everything for day one of racing

    PHUKET: The 15th Bay Regatta got underway yesterday with crews’ patience and skills tested by a mixed bag of conditions on the first day of racing. GoYachting’s Richard Valentine remarked on the unusual weather.“The regatta gave us a little bit of everything,” he said.

  • Phuket News Wires: Soul Train’s Don Cornelius dead in apparent suicide

    Phuket News Wires: Soul Train’s Don Cornelius dead in apparent suicide

    – World news selected by Gazette editors for Phuket’s international community Soul Train’s Don Cornelius dead in apparent suicideWorld News: Television host and producer Don Cornelius was found dead at his California home on Wednesday from a gunshot wound to the head in an apparent suicide. He was 75

  • Phuket to launch anti-AIDS campaign on Valentine’s Day

    Phuket to launch anti-AIDS campaign on Valentine’s Day

    PHUKET: Public health officials will launch a “Getting to Zero AIDS” campaign on Valentine’s Day to combat HIV/AIDS in Phuket, which has the highest incidence of HIV infection in Thailand, according to government statistics. The campaign will kick-off with a festival on February 14 at Phuket Rajabhat University, said Phuket Public Health Office (PPHO) chief Sak Tanchaikul