Artikel tagged “phuket gazette”

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    More than 3,000 volunteers join event to mark the King’s birthday

    More than 3,000 registered volunteers joined a big cleaning event in Phuket Town as a mark of respect to celebrate HM The King’s birthday on July 28. A n official launch of the day’s activities ceremony was conducted in front of a portrait of King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun led by Grand Chamberlain Lt Gen Sakonket Chantra

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    Thai Airways Boeing 777 in emergency landing in Dhaka

    PHOTO: News In Flight A Thai Airways plane has made an emergency landing at Dhaka’s Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (HSIA).

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    Blue Tree Phuket appoints hospitality ace as GM

    Blue Tree Phuket has announced the appointment of Michael Ayling, a veteran of Phuket’s hospitality scene, as its general manager.

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    Marine talkfest to ensure better marine safety in Phuket

    A meeting was held this morning (July 23) at the Chalong Pier. The meeting was led by Navy chief of staff Admiral Pichet Tannaset who was determined to follow through with measures that would ensure marine safety – better controlling tour boats in Phuket in order to prevent marine accidents. Admiral Pichet says, “We don’t have direct power to enforce the law but we have seen many problems emerge from this boat tragedy.” “We want see vastly improved passenger management at all ports as soon as possible.

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    74 year old British man dies after alleged row with ‘toy boy’ lover

    PHOTO: Silom City Resort “Naked Brit businessman dead in his apartment in a pool of blood after ‘row’ with his Thai toy boy lover.” A headline that leaves little else to report. This one a sad story as reported by Murdoch’s ‘The Sun’ in the UK. A naked British businessman has been found dead in a pool of blood after a ”row” with his toy boy lover in his Bangkok apartment.

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    Chiang Mai’s Doi Suthep housing protests ramping up for August

    The protests against the construction of the Thai judge’s residences on the slopes of Doi Suthep in Chiang Mai has gone quiet over the past month.

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    Flooding ‘critical’ in Sangkhla Buri – Kanchanabui province

    The flooding situation is now considered critical in the Sangkhla Buri district in Kanchanaburi province, situated on the Myanmar border, as Highway 323 is still about 1.2 metres under water, making it impassable to small vehicles. Thai PBS reports that the heavily-flooded Highway 323 has also made it difficult to deliver patients from Thong Pha Phum Hospital to Phahon Pholphayuhasena Hospital in Muang district

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    “We only intended to visit the cave for an hour” – Mu Pa 13

    PHOTOS: The Nation The Mu Pa Academy team and their assistant coach yesterday fronted the media as a group for the first and last time last night in Chiang Rai in a carefully staged media event. Questions from local and international media were carefully vetted before being addressed to the team members who, all dressed in match team T Shirts, appeared very relaxed and at ease. The group also expressed their gratitude to Lt-Commander Saman Kunan, a former Thai Navy SEAL, who lost his life during the marathon operation to extricate the team from the cave.

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    Live hand grenade found in Phuket

    A live M26 hand grenade was found on Patak Road in Karon today (July 18).

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    Just one interview – Mu Pa 13 face the media tonight

    The 13 members of the Mu Pa Football Academy, now recovered after their rescue from the Tham Luang caves last week, will sit down for a tightly-controlled media conference this evening. “After the media conference, which will also be their last, they will return to their homes and try to live a normal life”, said the new Chiang Rai provincial Governor Prachon Pratsakun.