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  • Phuket’s Windsor big in Japan

    Phuket’s Windsor big in Japan

    PHUKET: British International School (BIS) Phuket swimming sensation Raymond Windsor is making waves for his local swimming club in Japan.

  • Phuket Police help nab drug kingpin in Krabi

    Phuket Police help nab drug kingpin in Krabi

    PHUKET: After a gunfight and a chase through a rubber plantation, police on Wednesday arrested two men in connection with a drug-trafficking network that allegedly spanned from Phuket to Malaysia. One of the men was a known kingpin already wanted by police in Bangkok. Police presented the suspects Krabi resident Songchai Aied Chumpon, 51, and alleged associate Paechon Navadej, 55, from Songkhla to the media at a press conference at Muang District Office in Krabi on Wednesday

  • AFL Phuket dishes out another night of thrills

    AFL Phuket dishes out another night of thrills

    PHUKET: Round three of Phuket’s Adult Futsal League (AFL) season eight presented by Thanachart Bank Premier Division kicked off with much anticipation for an action packed night on Thursday at Thanyapura Sports and Leisure Club.

  • Road work clogs Phukets main artery

    Road work clogs Phukets main artery

    PHUKET: Motorists commuting along Phukets Thepkrasattri Road northbound should try to avoid rush hour as resurfacing work is causing long tailbacks and dirty conditions.

  • Luang Pu Supha marks 115th birthday

    Luang Pu Supha marks 115th birthday

    PHUKET: Phukets best-known monk Luang Pu Supha marked the grand old age of 115 years yesterday and received an honorary doctorate in Buddhist theology from Chulalongkorn University.

  • Call for Phuket Vegetarian Festival gods to carry ID

    Call for Phuket Vegetarian Festival gods to carry ID

    PHUKET: The organizers of the upcoming Phuket Vegetarian Festival are calling for Chinese shrines taking part in the annual rituals to issue identity cards to their spirit mediums. The move to issue the ID cards to the mediums, called mah song (literally Horses of the Gods), is to preserve the integrity of the spirit-medium community and to stop fakes from taking part in the festival, Prasert Fakthongphol, president of Phuket Shrine Association, explained yesterday. I am the organizing president at ..

  • Aussies, Chinese fuel Phuket’s green season: PTA

    Aussies, Chinese fuel Phuket’s green season: PTA

    PHUKET: Tourist arrivals to Phuket during the current low season are up year-on-year thanks largely to the increased number of direct flights from Australia and China, according to the Phuket Tourist Association (PTA). PTA President Jirayus Somboon said current hotel occupancy rates in Phuket are higher than for the same period last year. The improved performance was in large part due to strong arrival figures thanks to an increased number of direct flights from Australia

  • Phuket Live Wire: Finding your True internet speed

    Phuket Live Wire: Finding your True internet speed

    PHUKET: Ive received email from all over the world as a result of the Bang for the Baht chart that Khun Roger and I put together for the August 27 Live Wire in the Phuket Gazette. ..

  • Phuket hosts Thai handicrafts fair

    Phuket hosts Thai handicrafts fair

    PHUKET: Fans of Thai handicrafts will want to visit Phukets Jungceylon shopping complex over the weekend, as the second annual Thai Handicrafts Domestic Roadshow is in town until Monday. Phuket Vice Governor Weerawat Janpen presided over the event opening yesterday.

  • Phuket green group seeks NGO status

    Phuket green group seeks NGO status

    PHUKET: The Coalition of Global Citizens known as SEEK Phuket (Society, Environment, Economy, Knowledge) is currently compiling its application to become a fully-fledged non-governmental organization (NGO) in Thailand, one of their founders has told the Phuket Gazette. We started informally about four months ago and our lawyers are currently in the process of attaining formal Thai NGO status, said Nick Anthony, one of the founders of SEEK and the Gazettes ‘Person of the Year 2009′ for his environmental campaign work.