Artikel tagged “Asien”

  • Jetstar flights to Phuket to airlift stranded Aussies home

    Jetstar flights to Phuket to airlift stranded Aussies home

    Suggested Heading: PHUKET: Jetstar has scheduled an additional ad-hoc service from Phuket to Australia on Sunday in order to assist travellers stranded by the

  • Phuket struggles to airlift stranded Air Australia tourists

    Phuket struggles to airlift stranded Air Australia tourists

    PHUKET: Scores of Australian tourists have been left stranded at Phuket International Airport after low-budget carrier Air Australia grounded all flights yesterday due to insolvency. The state-run Australian Broadcasting Commission news

  • Phuket on high alert in wake of Bangkok terror bombs

    Phuket on high alert in wake of Bangkok terror bombs

    PHUKET: Phuket Governor Tri Augkaradacha has ordered all police units on the island to be on high alert following the arrests of three Iranians for the bomb blasts in Bangkok on Tuesday.

  • Phuket’s Paiboon resigns in shock move

    Phuket’s Paiboon resigns in shock move

    PHUKET: Paiboon Upatising has resigned his position as president of the Phuket Provincial Administrative Organization (OrBorJor). More details about the shock resignation will be revealed at a press conference this afternoon, the Phuket Gazette has been told.

  • 130 couples wed at Phuket Muang District Office on Valentine’s Day

    130 couples wed at Phuket Muang District Office on Valentine’s Day

    PHUKET: Hearts were aflutter at Muang Phuket District Office yesterday, as 130 couples appeared to register marriages on Valentine’s Day 2012. Muang District Chief Supachai Pochanukul told the Phuket Gazette, “We prepared a special registration desk for the couples and gave them all Valentine’s Day gifts.

  • Phuket Police keep the heat on drug dealers

    Phuket Police keep the heat on drug dealers

    PHUKET: Phuket Police are searching for a man-and-wife team of alleged major drug dealers who are on the run after officers unearthed a trove of methamphetamines from the ground outside their home in Mai Khao. Phuket Provincial Police Commander Chonasit Wattanavrangkul provided details of the operation at a press conference on Monday. Also attending were his deputies Pornsak Nuannu and Witoon Gongsudjai, as well as Tah Chat Chai Police Superintendent Sakchai Limcharoen and his investigation team.

  • Tough love for street beggars in Phuket

    Tough love for street beggars in Phuket

    PHUKET: Government departments are coordinating a crack down on street beggars in Phuket this Valentine’s Day.

  • Fish truck driver kills five, gets bail

    Fish truck driver kills five, gets bail

    PHUKET: The driver of a truck whose reckless driving killed four young Swedish tourists and their Thai driver in Phang Nga last week has been released on bail, the Phuket Gazette has learned. An officer at Phang Nga Provincial Court told the Gazette last Wednesday that the driver, 27-year-old Muhummadyukee Jehyusoh, requested bail release on February 3. Released three days later after coming up with a 300,000 baht bond, he is scheduled to appear in court tomorrow.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Phuket Beach body thought to be Mark Robson’s

    BREAKING NEWS: Phuket Beach body thought to be Mark Robson’s

    PHUKET: A body found

  • Phuket Civil Defense Volunteer dead at the wheel

    Phuket Civil Defense Volunteer dead at the wheel

    PHUKET: A Phuket City Civil Defense Volunteer died at the wheel of his car yesterday, possibly even before he crashed the car into a metalworks shop in Chalong at 3am. Police at the scene suspect the driver Apinun “Nun” Chaibandit, 48, suffered a heart attack just before the crash.