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  • Local tour guides protest over illegal Chinese tour guides

    Local tour guides protest over illegal Chinese tour guides

    A group of local tour guides, who lead Chinese tours, protested today (December 21) at Promthep Cape against workers, they claim, are illegal Chinese tour guides taking their jobs in tour companies. TOUR GUIDES CRYING FOUL OVER ILLEGAL GUIDESA group of local tour guides, who lead Chinese tours, protested today (December 21) at Promthep Cape against workers, they claim, are illegal Chinese tour guides taking their jobs in tour companies. Click the story to read more…https://www.phuketgazette.net/news/local-tour-guides-protest-illegal-chinese-tour-guides Posted by Phuket Gazette on Thursday, December 21, 2017 The protest started yesterday (December 20) but continued again at the same place today

  • Reporters arrested in Myanmar information suppression

    Reporters arrested in Myanmar information suppression

    Myanmar police have charged two Reuters reporters covering the Rohingya crisis with violating the Official Secrets Act, Yangon-based Eleven Media reports. 31 year old Wa Lone and 27 year old Kyaw Soe Oo  are accused of sending classified information they gleaned from security officials in Yangon who had just returned from Rakhine state, where a military crackdown has sent more than 620,000 Rohingya Muslims fleeing into neighbouring Bangladesh.

  • Patong tuk-tuk drivers lodge second complaint about illegal tuk-tuk drivers

    Patong tuk-tuk drivers lodge second complaint about illegal tuk-tuk drivers

    PHUKET: Patong tuk-tuk drivers yesterday filed their second complaint with the governor about illegal tuk-tuks operating in Patong and stealing their jobs. The drivers asked for an update on the complaint they filed on June 26 (story

  • Phuket offers jobs to the Bangkok flood jobless

    Phuket offers jobs to the Bangkok flood jobless

    PHUKET: The Phuket Skill Development Center (PSDC) along with a consortium of local businesses and recruitment specialists have launched a campaign to secure employment in Phuket for those people who have lost their jobs in Bangkok due to the floods. “An estimated 600,000 people have lost their jobs because their place of work was closed due to the floods,” said Ilyat Koshasawat, chief of the PSDC, which operates under the Department of Labor

  • Phuket Jobanzeigen

    Phuket Magazin Jobanzeigen

    Phuket Magazin Empfehlungen Das Wetter auf Phuket Weitere Anzeigenmärkte