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  • Rohingya crisis emerging as thousands flee across Bangladesh border

    Rohingya crisis emerging as thousands flee across Bangladesh border

    Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh by The Daily Star, Asia News Network and The Nation Tens of thousands of Rohingyas wait for food; govt, aid agencies yet to start adequate relief distribution Shafiqa Begum was among the crowd chasing a minivan distributing food packets among starving Rohingyas near Tyingkhali Rohingya camp. Holding her eight-day-old daughter tightly to her chest, she tried her best to push through the thick throng. But before she could go near it, the van started to move back as it ran out of food.

  • A girl denies having been raped – Phang Nga Rape Case

    A girl denies having been raped – Phang Nga Rape Case

    Another girl who was mentioned by the 14 year old from Baan Koh Raed village is denying ever being raped while villagers maintain they are very stressed about the case. Drugs utensils were found in the shack described as the rape scene in front of the beach. The 17 year old girl has denied being involved in the rape case as the 14 years old girl has claimed, adding that she doesn’t believe that the girl was raped by 40 men.

  • Dolphin found on Bang Tao beach

    Dolphin found on Bang Tao beach

    Bang Tao beach lifeguards found the body of a 1.2-meter long dolphin on the beach today (September 5). Phuket Marine Biological Center took the body from the beach and kept it frozen while waiting for an autopsy to determine the cause of death. The dolphin is 1.2-meter long with a width of about 20 cm and weighs 20 kilograms.

  • Let’s ‘Run 2 Gether’ on October 1

    Let’s ‘Run 2 Gether’ on October 1

    ‘Run 2 Gether Phuket Town’ is the very first event combining able-bodied and disabled runners to be held in Phuket on October 1, 2017. It will be a Fun Run/Walk of 3.3 Kilometres around Phuket Town with the first 900 registered to receive a Shirt and Medal

  • 1 Bride and 13 Grooms – Loei woman charged

    1 Bride and 13 Grooms – Loei woman charged

    Story from The Nation Police want to find out if the parents of Jariyaporn Buayai conspired in her alleged duping of at least 13 men into marriage. Jariyaporn, 32, from Loei’s Wang Saphung district, is accused of tricking the men into marrying her and then fleeing with their dowries and wedding gifts. She allegedly married four men in one month, in separate weddings.

  • Hawksbill Sea Turtles saved from trawler nets

    Hawksbill Sea Turtles saved from trawler nets

    The sea crew from Nikorn Marine 824 speed boat saved two Hawksbill Sea Turtles near Racha Island yesterday (September 5). They were both injured from trawler nets. The turtles were found on the way from Racha Island back to Chalong Pier.

  • THAIGER TODAY Wednesday, September 6

    THAIGER TODAY Wednesday, September 6

    Terrorist plot thwarted in KL | Gender imbalance report for Asian countries | Following Yingluck’s CCTV trail | 13 grounded airlines named | 15 year old rape victim’s family ‘harassed’. The post THAIGER TODAY Wednesday, September 6 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • Kata Rocks mixing it up with the ‘Best of Mixology’

    Kata Rocks mixing it up with the ‘Best of Mixology’

    Kata Rocks’ Collective Series 10 ‘Best of Mixology’ returned on September 2 with some of Asia’s top mixologists pouring their hearts out into every signature handcrafted cocktail. Following an amazing Phuket sunset at the resort’s hip bar and infinity pool area, Collective Series 10 proved to be a huge success. 100 guests partied into the night with refreshing handcrafted cocktails in tow, along with grooves from DJ Fabuloops and live saxophone performances

  • Special October broadcasting to honour HM Rama IX

    Special October broadcasting to honour HM Rama IX

    The Government is asking television broadcasters to return to black and white and show programs about His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej during the 20 days leading up to his cremation, starting from October 1. For the duration of funerary rites, the Thai Cabinet is asking all channels to cooperate by toning down their programming – to black and white and low-key content.

  • Seub Nakhasathien Foundation visits Phuket’s crocodile

    Seub Nakhasathien Foundation visits Phuket’s crocodile

    ‘Laypang’, the 200 kilogram male crocodile from the old tin mine near Laypang Beach has been moved to a bigger rehabilitation pond today (August 5). A specialist vet has found that it’s now moving more easily in the larger enclosure while the Seub Nakhasathien Foundation paid a visit to provide some advice. The new, larger cement pond is 6×5 meters divided into two parts, a water zone and a dry zone, connected with a slope.