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  • Billion baht sports & conference complex to be built at Mai Khao Beach

    Billion baht sports & conference complex to be built at Mai Khao Beach

    Phuket’s Governor led a team to visit 150 rai of land on Mai Khao Beach today (November 8) to review the plans to build a sports complex with a 900 – 1,000 million Baht budget from the budget year 2019. The sports complex is expected to attract more sports tourism to the island featuring a sports centre, exhibition hall and conference centre using initial studies and designs that have been prepared several years ago.

  • 3 day old baby left at Phang Nga hospital

    3 day old baby left at Phang Nga hospital

    PHOTO: Takuapa Hospital in Phang Nga – THMaps.com A healthy 3 day old baby has been dumped in a Takuapa hospital’s ER section along with 2,000 Baht in cash. At about 9pm on November 6, at Takuapa Hospital in Phang Nga, a baby was found next to a medicine room. He is 2.6 kilograms and estimated to be only 3 days old.

  • THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, November 7

    THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, November 7

    Veterans urge NCPO not to start political party | Khon Kaen hotel owner sues water authorities | Mystery over 50 year old Brit ‘bashed in Phuket’ | Mystery over Phuket’s ongoing bad weather…will it come? Today at the Melbourne Cup Charity function raising money for Phuket Has Been Good To Us and Good Shepherd Foundation.

  • Sports tourism flourishing in Phuket

    Sports tourism flourishing in Phuket

    By Paul Poole , Thailand’s sponsorship guru Few places in Thailand host more sporting events than Phuket, and every year thousands of tourists – both local and foreign – head to the island to participate in or witness a sporting event. Hardly a month goes by without a sporting event taking place on Phuket.

  • 15 year old allegedly raped by stepfather for 5 years

    15 year old allegedly raped by stepfather for 5 years

    Muslims for Peace Foundation rescued a 15 year old girl who alleges she was a rape victim of her 67 year old stepfather for 5 years.

  • Gulf of Thailand battered – heading towards the Andaman Sea, north of Phuket

    Gulf of Thailand battered – heading towards the Andaman Sea, north of Phuket

    (There is an update from the TMD at the bottom of this article – the tropical depression is weakening as it moves across the landmass from Gulf of Thailand towards the Andman Sea, north of Phuket) A severe weather warning was issued for the South Eastern Region on Monday, as the Meteorological Department forecast heavy rain for the entire region, while banana farmers in Songkhla were already suffering gale-force winds caused by Typhoon Damrey. The South Eastern Meteorological Centre warned of a strong low depression over the Southern Region that had caused heavy rain in the entire Eastern coast of the Southern Region and were likely to continue until at least Tuesday. People in the whole of the South Eastern Region were also warned to prepare for possible flash floods

  • Phuket’s Centre for Rights and Liberties Protection in Criminal Cases officially opens

    Phuket’s Centre for Rights and Liberties Protection in Criminal Cases officially opens

    Today (November 6), the Centre for Rights and Liberties Protection in Criminal Cases has officially opened at the Phuket Provincial Juvenile and Family Court aiming to offer proper protection and education to the people involved in criminal cases and to assist the legal process to continue under the rule of law. “This will help people understand more about the rights and liberties of people involved in crimes both for themselves and others. It will also help people to understand about the criminal case process in court and recognise the fairness of judges’ decisions,” said Suprawat Ritchoo, Chief Justice of Phuket Provincial Juvenile and Family Court

  • Supreme Court says Layan beachfront is ‘public land’

    Supreme Court says Layan beachfront is ‘public land’

    PHOTO: y Travel Blog Today the Phuket Gazette visited Layan Beach following the verdict in the Thai Supreme Court that confirmed that the land, where six beach restaurants and businesses continue to operate, was public land. The land in question spans the an entire 3 kilometre frontage including stretches of Layan and Laypang beaches and covering some 178 rai of land.

  • THAIGER TODAY Monday, November 6

    THAIGER TODAY Monday, November 6

    Layan Beach restaurants poised for eviction following loss of Supreme Court battle | No selfies with ‘Toon’ please | 65 year old woman finds a partner after posting an ad on her gate | Hua Hun-Pattaya ferry service suspended today | Local tour boat capsizes with 16 on board. The post THAIGER TODAY Monday, November 6 appeared first on Phuket Gazette .

  • Royal Crematorium tours might continue beyond November

    Royal Crematorium tours might continue beyond November

    Deputy PM Tanasak Patimapragorn yesterday says that he would seek to extend public tours at the Royal Crematorium beyond the end of November if there is sufficient interest. But the scheduled closing at the end of this month would remain if only a small number of people wish to tour the sacred site, he said. Tanasak said the PM would need to seek permission from His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn for the site to remain open.