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  • A Decade Ago: Crowne Plaza, work permits and Chinese tourists

    A Decade Ago: Crowne Plaza, work permits and Chinese tourists

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  • Opinion: A parent’s perspective on homeschooling in Phuket

    Opinion: A parent’s perspective on homeschooling in Phuket

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  • Profile: Mayor Somjai toils for her hometown

    Profile: Mayor Somjai toils for her hometown

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  • One dead, four injured in three-vehicle crash

    One dead, four injured in three-vehicle crash

    PHUKET: One man died and four others were injured in a three-vehicle crash on the bypass road near the Samkong intersection yesterday afternoon. The three vehicles involved in the accident were a pick-up truck, a Honda Jazz and a Toyota Vios.

  • Canadian crash victim safe after blood donations

    Canadian crash victim safe after blood donations

    PHUKET: A Canadian man badly injured in a motorcycle accident on Friday is now in stable condition thanks to donations of A-negative blood, medical staff at Vachira Phuket Hospital confirmed this morning.

  • Finance: Analyzing key market indices for tech stocks

    Finance: Analyzing key market indices for tech stocks

    PHUKET: As of the end of March, US stock markets hit some overhead resistance on their technical charts and pulled back a bit, with the rally that started in February looking similar on the technical charts to the rally of September, which ultimately rolled over. There is a strong possibility that the market (or at least the S&P 500) has been in a shallow ten to 15 per cent correction and may be trying to finally break the downtrend. However, many stocks over the past two years have lost between 20 and 70 per cent of their value, much more than broader US indices, making the market very challenging for investors.

  • Phuket police make B5mn drug haul

    Phuket police make B5mn drug haul

    PHUKET: Phuket Provincial Police announced the seizure of street drugs valued at more than five million baht following the arrests of five drug pushers, May 4-5.

  • Yaowarat Road to close for three days

    Yaowarat Road to close for three days

    PHUKET: Yaowarat Road is scheduled to be closed May 8-10 due to ongoing construction work for the third phase of a project to bury power cables underground in Old Phuket Town. Phuket City Municipality confirmed that the road will be closed from Suriyadej Circle to the Dibuk-Yaowarat intersection.

  • No respite from heat; rains may be delayed

    No respite from heat; rains may be delayed

    THAILAND: The country continues to suffer scorching temperatures this month and the rainy season may be further delayed due to the lack of moisture in the air, meteorologists have warned. Wattana Kanbua, senior meteorologist and Marine Meteorological Centre director, revealed yesterday that Thailand may start getting some rain from May 14 onward, as the moisture-bearing southwestern wind from the Indian Ocean will blow into Thailand. However, due to the hot weather in most parts of the country, it may not rain as expected.

  • Drug mule busted with 1.8kg of chocolate cocaine

    Drug mule busted with 1.8kg of chocolate cocaine

    PHUKET: A 21-year-old Thai woman who attempted to smuggle 1.8 kilograms of cocaine disguised as chocolate through Phuket International Airport was arrested by customs officers this morning. The chance discovery by officers was made at 4:15am after the woman, named as Oatchara Wikho, arrived in Phuket on a plane from Dubai.