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  • Century old Phuket house to become VIP accommodation and museum

    Century old Phuket house to become VIP accommodation and museum

    Phuket Governor, Norapat Plodthong, hosted a meeting planning to renovate the hundred year old Charter Bank House, which belongs to the Treasury Department, to become accommodation for VIPs who are visiting Phuket. The first draft plans are expected to be finished by January 15. The Governor has already filed a letter to the Ministry of Interior to use the location.

  • THAIGER TODAY Wednesday, January 3

    THAIGER TODAY Wednesday, January 3

    Changes to universal healthcare system | Super Full Moon Party in Koh Phangan | Latest death toll from Seven Dangerous Days | DSI uncovered 9 billion baht of unpaid taxes on imported cars | Governor visits Rassada Pier | Idiot arrested over random gunfire on NYE. The post THAIGER TODAY Wednesday, January 3 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • DAY FIVE REPORT: Phuket road accidents and casualties

    DAY FIVE REPORT: Phuket road accidents and casualties

    FILE PHOTO Total accidents on fifth day of the ‘Seven days of danger’ campaign have been announced for Phuket. The total number of accidents for the first five days of the New Year season is 31, with 31 injuries and 2 casualties

  • Phuket’s Governor follows up on stray dog shelter renovations

    Phuket’s Governor follows up on stray dog shelter renovations

    Phuket’s Governor hosted a meeting with the Phuket Dog Shelter Management Committee today (December 29) at Provincial Hall in Phuket Town to follow up on the progress of its renovation, together with the Chief of Phuket Provincial Livestock Office and a representative of Phuket’s Soi Dog Foundation.

  • Phuket tourism centres launched

    Phuket tourism centres launched

    Phuket Governor, Norapat Plodthong, together with the Director General of Department of Marine and Coastal Resources (DMCR), Jatuporn Burutpat, hosted the opening of the Phuket Tourist Centres yesterday (December 25) in Patong. Phuket’s Governor says that Phuket is a tourism destination welcoming more than 15 million tourists a year, domestic and international, and there are a lot of tourists heading to the beaches and islands, especially during the traditional high season period.

  • Chalong villagers being expelled from land

    Chalong villagers being expelled from land

    Villagers from Satonpoh Community in Chalong gathered at the Provincial Hall today (December 12) to file a letter to the Governor, calling for help for re-location after getting expelled from privately owned land. Somjin Chuchuay, the representative of the community, explained that the land was initially a tin mine. According to Phuket Provincial Industry Office, the land belongs to the government and the concession expired in1980 and was left abandoned until 2003, when the villagers started to move in

  • International Anti-Corruption Day. Zero tolerance with corruption in Phuket.

    International Anti-Corruption Day. Zero tolerance with corruption in Phuket.

    Phuket Governor Norapat Plodthong chaired the opening of the International Anti-Corruption Day event at Phuket Rajabhat University today (December 9) under the concept ‘Zero Tolerance with Corruption’. The Governor said during the opening that the United Nation has set December 9 of every year to be the International Anti-Corruption Day to raise world’s awareness about the major impact from corruption

  • Phuket locals protest over community land claim

    Phuket locals protest over community land claim

    About 100 villagers from the Prachasamakkee community gathered at the Phuket provincial hall at 9 am today (December 6) to call for their rights to live on the land of the community, after 70 villagers have been sued by a person claiming to be the landlord. The protest was led by the community leader, Surasak Tainapriew, alongside the secretary of the community, Weerayut Jaesoh, who handed their complaint letter to Phuket’s Governor through the Vice Governor, Prakob Wongmaneerung. “The reason for the protest today is that the villagers who have lived on the land of the community for more than 10 years understand that the land was unoccupied.

  • SATURDAY MORNING BRIEFING – All your news in 3 minutes

    SATURDAY MORNING BRIEFING – All your news in 3 minutes

    Welcome to the weekend. As usual you can start your day with all the main local news stories from Phuket and Thailand.

  • Phuket setting up tourist service centres along the west coast beaches

    Phuket setting up tourist service centres along the west coast beaches

    Phuket’s Vice Governor, Sanit Srivihok, held a meeting yesterday (November 29) to discuss locations for the tourist service centres on each of Phuket’s main beaches. The implementation of tourist service centres is a policy from Phuket’s Governor aiming to give information to travellers as well as providing support for any issues such as first aid in an accident or a contact location when people are lost. The beaches that the meeting decided to build tourist service centres include Patong Beach, Kata Beach, Karon Beach, Kamala Beach and Surin Beach.