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  • Jealous man arrested over murder of wife in Bangkok

    Jealous man arrested over murder of wife in Bangkok

    By Kittipong Maneerit  A man has confessed to killing his bar-worker wife last Thursday over jealousy and a money dispute. 27 year old Mingkwan Rattanapetch known as Saranya, was strangled inside her apartment in Bangkok.

  • SATURDAY MORNING HEADLINES – All you news in 3 minutes

    SATURDAY MORNING HEADLINES – All you news in 3 minutes

    Welcome to your weekend. Your Saturday ‘Boat Lagoon Weekend’ is on tonight from 6pm. Plenty of fun and food for all ages.

  • THAIGER TODAY Friday, January 12

    THAIGER TODAY Friday, January 12

    Would you pay 40 baht for a small bottle of water in Thailand? | Prawit’s watch collection knows no bounds | Chalong ‘drifters’ hand themselves in | Committee set up to manage the Layan beach foreshore | Bangkok sends it’s cable underground…eventually | Dismantling begins of the Royal Crematorium in Sanam Luang. The post THAIGER TODAY Friday, January 12 appeared first on Phuket Gazette

  • Progress on Sea Gypsy Sirinath NP fishing case

    Progress on Sea Gypsy Sirinath NP fishing case

    Rawai’s Mayor, Arun Solos, led a group of Rawai Sea Gypsies to file a complaint this morning (January 11), in order to call for justice for the 6 fishermen arrested in Sirinath Marine National Park. The mayor headed a delegation including Niran Yangpan, the community leader, village chief and sub-district chief with the 6 fishermen to hand the letter to Vice Governor Sanit Srivihok, who says he will pass it to the Governor.

  • Ten injured in buggy crash in Hanuman World, Kathu

    Ten injured in buggy crash in Hanuman World, Kathu

    A buggy transporting tourists to Phuket’s famous zip lining destination, Hanuman World in Kathu, crashed into a tree resulting in 10 people being injured and taken to hospitals. Yesterday afternoon (January 9), a group 8 tourists from Kazakhstan were traveling on the buggy to the zip line destination when the driver, Boonrak Sri-Iad, who works for Hanuman World, crashed the vehicle into a tree while driving down the slope to go to the parking area. The crash injured all 8 tourists as well as their tour guide and the driver.

  • 10.4 kilos of heroin seized. Four arrested in Chumpon.

    10.4 kilos of heroin seized. Four arrested in Chumpon.

    Police have arrested four residents of southern border provinces for allegedly trying to smuggle 10.4 kilograms of heroin from Chiang Rai to Narathiwat and then to Malaysia. The four suspects were arrested at a road checkpoint in Chumphon’s Pathiu district at 7am on Friday. The arrest was announced by Provincial Police Bureau 8 commissioner Pol Lt-General Surasak Yenprem on Saturday

  • Phuket Headlines – November 1, 2018

    Phuket Headlines – November 1, 2018

    PM says election delays ‘inevitable’ Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha says he may have to delay the calling of elections because the Sub-Committee for Drawing Things was still trying to choose the best font for the ballot papers. He also noted that the media’s continuous barrage of questions about an election date gave him no time to call an election.

  • Honda ablaze in Phuket town

    Honda ablaze in Phuket town

    Early today (January 5) at 5.30 am, police received a report about a car on fire in Soi Kor Pai in Phuket Town.

  • Himalayan vulture rescued by Phuket villagers

    Himalayan vulture rescued by Phuket villagers

    By Anotai Ngarndee Villagers in Phuket handed over a Himalayan griffon vulture on Thursday to a wildlife nursery station in Phang Nga, which they found in weak condition in the province. Theetat Dam-udom, chief of the nursery station, said the vulture was an adult weighing about eight kilograms with a wingspan of about three metres. The vulture was found in Tambon Rawai in a weak condition

  • Phuket ‘gangster’ arrest warrants to be issued

    Phuket ‘gangster’ arrest warrants to be issued

    A group of motorcycle ‘gangsters’ who attacked local innocent residents in Yoo Sabai Village during the New Year night will be issued with arrest warrants soon. After a post by Facebook user Techa Tubthong, releasing a 3 minute footage of a group of motorcyclists attacking their opponents and harming the villagers who tried to stop the fight, one of the victims, Romy Navio, ended up in hospital with bruises and cuts.