Artikel tagged “Phuket Magazine News”

  • Satellite imagery shows new destruction in Rakhine State

    Satellite imagery shows new destruction in Rakhine State

    Analysis of satellite imagery reveals new destruction of Rohingya villages during October and November 2017 in the northern Rakhine State in Burma. This latest report, along with their evidence, has been released by Human Rights Watch today. Human Rights Watch have identified 40 villages with building destruction occurring in October and November, increasing the total to 354 villages that have been partially or completely destroyed since August 25, 2017.

  • MONDAY MORNING BRIEFING – All your local news in 3 minutes

    MONDAY MORNING BRIEFING – All your local news in 3 minutes

    PHOTO: Kata Rocks winds up their 2017 Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous. Enjoy your public holiday today, if you’re lucky enough to have it off. It’s Constitution Day.

  • Thalang & Chalong drug arrests

    Thalang & Chalong drug arrests

    Thalang police arrested two Phuket men with 4,000 methamphetamine pills whilst Chalong police were busy arresting a man from Surat Thani with 3,474 methamphetamine pills along with 109 grams of crystal methamphetamine. The two cases have an estimated street value in excess of 2 million baht. On December 8, Thalang police arrested 24 year old Jirapat Samranrat and 24 year old Premruedee Tiratantikul with 12 bags of crystal methamphetamine and 4,199 methamphetamine pills together with drug-making paraphernalia.

  • Road closures for the Phukethon Marathon on Sunday

    Road closures for the Phukethon Marathon on Sunday

    The upcoming Phukethon 2017, with the Marathon being run on December 10, will force some roads to be closed down for the duration of the running event.

  • PM heading to Michelin street food restaurant for a test drive

    PM heading to Michelin street food restaurant for a test drive

    The only Thai street-food eatery to have won a Michelin Star, Jay Fai, will soon have an opportunity to cook up some dishes for PM General Prayut Chan-o-cha.

  • THAIGER TODAY Thursday, December 7

    THAIGER TODAY Thursday, December 7

    Two fallen electrical poles cause traffic disruption this morning | Severe flooding in Nakhon Si Thammarat | No 3-Star Michelin restaurants in BKK | NACC chasing an explanation from Prawit | Phramongkutklao Hospital bomber sent to jail.

  • Where is the world’s most popular place for expats? You won’t believe it.

    Where is the world’s most popular place for expats? You won’t believe it.

    This city is the winner of the 2017 Expat Insider Survey. I’ll admit, I’ve never heard of it

  • Van fatality in Saraburi – one dead and eight injured

    Van fatality in Saraburi – one dead and eight injured

    PHOTO: Thai PBS A school teacher has been killed and eight others injured in yet another fatal passenger van crash. This time on Phahonyothin Road, Nong Khae in Saraburi late last night (November 24).

  • THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, November 21

    THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, November 21

    Stabbings in Thalang and Phuket Town | US 7th Fleet Admiral and Thai PM attend Sail Past in Pattaya | 20 escape from Songkhla detention | ‘Spotlight Phuket’ dumps the dirt on Patong corruption | MRT Blue Line in BKK ditches passenger seats.

  • Pattani man kills his girlfriend, stabs her brother, then jumps off Khao Rang viewpoint

    Pattani man kills his girlfriend, stabs her brother, then jumps off Khao Rang viewpoint

    29 year old Peeya Payae is under arrest at Vachira Hospital today, after allegedly killing his girlfriend by stabbing her in the head and then stabbing her brother before jumping off Khao Rang Viewpoint in an attempted suicide. Police found 30 year old Anusara Musoh with severe wounds on the back of her head inside the room where she lived with her boyfriend.