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  • Phuket market for flood price relief sells out ‘within hours’

    Phuket market for flood price relief sells out ‘within hours’

    PHUKET: Phuket Town residents took just hours to snap up all the produce on sale at a special market yesterday aimed at providing relief from price rises brought on by the floods in Bangkok and Central Thailand. The market, set up in front of the Phuket Chamber of Commerce offices in Phuket Town, sold out of 200 kilograms of chicken, 7,500 eggs, 150 kilos of pork as well as grilled chicken from Five Stars Chicken and frozen food and other products from Charoen Pokpahnd [CP] Group, one of Thailands largest distributor of consumables

  • Phuket butterflies to take wings in the wild

    Phuket butterflies to take wings in the wild

    PHUKET: Two-thousand butterflies will be released into the wild on November 26 as part of the fifth annual Butterfly Release Charity event put on by Phuket Butterfly Garden and Insect World. The free-admission event will be held from 9am to 2pm at Bang Pae Waterfall in the Khao Phra Thaew Wildlife Reserve in Thalang.

  • Phukets first ITF tennis tournament heads into finals weekend

    Phukets first ITF tennis tournament heads into finals weekend

    PHUKET: The Chang ITF Pro Circuit tennis tournament being held at Thanyapura Sports and Leisure Club (TSLC) saw another surprise exit from the competition on Thursday with number two seed Jimmy Wang form Taipei losing to the unseeded Korean, Song-Jae Cho in two sets 6-2, 7-6. Other singles results went with form, but disappointment for Thailand came when their young star, Kittiphong Wachiramanowong, lost to number five seed Zhe Li from China, 4-6, 6-4, 6-0.

  • Phuket prohibition: Upcoming elections bring alcohol ban

    Phuket prohibition: Upcoming elections bring alcohol ban

    PHUKET: Alcohol will be off the menu as residents go to the polls on November 19 to elect presidents and council members for six Phuket Tambon Administration Organizations (OrBorTor). The ban on alcohol sales, as is policy for every election in Thailand, will begin at 6pm on November 18 and last until midnight on election day. Residents in Koh Kaew, Kamala, Cherng Talay, Thepkrasattri, Mai Khao and Sakoo will cast votes in presidential and council member races

  • FC Phuket newsflash: Thailand U23 game moved to 5pm

    FC Phuket newsflash: Thailand U23 game moved to 5pm

    PHUKET: Tonight’s charity match between FC Phuket’s ‘A’ team and Thailand’s U23 national team at Surakul Stadium has been moved forward to 5pm, and not 6pm as previously announced by the organizers.

  • Drug use among Phuket children worrying officials

    Drug use among Phuket children worrying officials

    PHUKET: There is growing concern about drug use among children in Phuket, who reportedly make up more than eight per cent of all participants in drug rehabilitation programs across the island. Phuket Provincial Health Office statistics show that out of 1,414 people in drug rehabilitation programs in Phuket, 114 of them are children under the age of 18

  • Phuket Lomas International Youth Rugby Tournament sees King’s College Bangkok victorious

    Phuket Lomas International Youth Rugby Tournament sees King’s College Bangkok victorious

    PHUKET: The first Phuket Lomas International Youth Rugby Tournament hosted by Thanyapura Sports and Leisure Club (TSLC) enjoyed fantastic support yesterday with King’s College Bangkok securing the inaugural champion’s title. In a tense final against Centaurs RFC of Singapore, the Bangkok side proved their worth as deserving victors by scoring two breakaway tries and one conversion late in the second half to end the game on a scoreline of 12-0

  • Phuket tennis hopes dashed at ITF tennis tournament

    Phuket tennis hopes dashed at ITF tennis tournament

    PHUKET: Hopes of a Phuket player qualifying for the main draw of the Chang ITF Pro Circuit tournament 2011 being held at Thanyapura Sports and Leisure Club (TSLC) were dampened yesterday with Tachakorn Tonnon exiting the competition in the very first match. Tachakorn, who plays his tennis out of Chalong, lost 6-0, 6-0 to Lam of Hong Kong in a best of three sets encounter in just under an hour

  • Nok Air to resume Bangkok-Phuket flights

    Nok Air to resume Bangkok-Phuket flights

    PHUKET: Nok Air will resume flights between flood-struck Bangkok and Phuket tomorrow by temporarily moving their operations to Suvarnabhumi Airport.

  • Floods force Nok Air to cancel Bangkok-Phuket flights

    Floods force Nok Air to cancel Bangkok-Phuket flights

    PHUKET: Flood waters have inundated the runway at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok, forcing Nok Air to cancel all flights between Phuket and the Thai capital until at least October 31. The immediate cancellation is only temporary, said Prathuang Sornkham, who returned to his position of director at Phuket International Airport about a week ago.

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