Artikel tagged “Phuket Magazine News”

  • Kamala Police net meth dealers in hotel sting

    Kamala Police net meth dealers in hotel sting

    PHUKET: Plainclothes police arrested two ya ice (crystal methamphetamine) dealers in a sting operation at a Phuket guesthouse on Wednesday night, seizing a total of 1.6 grams of the drug. Lt Suchart Chumphusaeng led four other officers of the Kamala Police in the raid at Popeye’s Place guesthouse, near Phuket FantaSea, where plainclothes officers had arranged to buy 1.

  • Victim’s sister laments 25-year sentence for Aldhouse Phuket murder

    Victim’s sister laments 25-year sentence for Aldhouse Phuket murder

    PHUKET: The sister of American Marine Dashawn Longfellow today lamented the 25-year jail term handed down to her brother’s killer, British national Lee Aldhouse, saying that the sentence was not long enough.

  • Phuket Provincial Hall silent after anti-government protests

    Phuket Provincial Hall silent after anti-government protests

    PHUKET: Phuket Provincial Hall has bowed to the peaceful demands of thousands anti-government of protesters yesterday, and has shut down its operations.

  • Phuket provincial government shut down in anti-Yingluck protests

    Phuket provincial government shut down in anti-Yingluck protests

    PHUKET: Thousands of Phuket residents stormed Phuket Provincial Hall this morning, forcing the provincial government to shut down in protest of “Thaksinocracy” and the Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra administration. “Phuket residents came here without being called on, which shows that they truly don’t want this government any more,” said former Rassada Mayor Suratin Liangudom. “We have prepared a bouquet of flowers to give to Governor Maitri Inthusut.

  • Slashed woman dies after Phuket hotel fall, roommate found dead

    Slashed woman dies after Phuket hotel fall, roommate found dead

    PHUKET: A Chinese tourist has died after falling from the second-floor balcony of a Phuket Town hotel this morning while bleeding heavily from deep lacerations.

  • Six protesters injured in bus crash home, recovering in Phuket

    Six protesters injured in bus crash home, recovering in Phuket

    PHUKET: Six of the Phuket protesters injured in a bus crash on Saturday, while en route to anti-government rallies in Bangkok, were transferred to Phuket hospitals last night. “They were transferred from hospitals in Surat Thani and arrived in Phuket at about 9pm,” protest co-ordinator Amnuay Kumban told the Phuket Gazette.

  • Phuket Opinion: Being connected helps save lives

    Phuket Opinion: Being connected helps save lives

    PHUKET: We offer our sincerest condolences to the families of the many victims of Super Typhoon Haiyan that hit the Philippines last week, and commend the multiple relief efforts still underway here in Phuket to help residents on the islands of Samar and Leyte, the most badly affected areas. Among those who deserve praise are some familiar names, such as Phuket’s Rotary Clubs, along with the island’s Filipino community and the people behind the special benefit show by Black Eyed Peas rapper “apl.de.

  • Black Eyed Peas rapper highlights Filipino plight with Phuket show

    Black Eyed Peas rapper highlights Filipino plight with Phuket show

    PHUKET: Over 400 people gathered to watch Grammy-award-winning international pop star and rapper from Black Eyed Peas apl.de.ap drop beats at Xana Beach Club to raise funds for the victims of Super Typhoon Haiyan, which devastated the central Philippines over a week ago.

  • Chinese charge forward with Phuket consulate

    Chinese charge forward with Phuket consulate

    PHUKET: Chinese officials confirmed that a consulate in Phuket will be operational by next year in order to cater for the dramatic increase in Chinese nationals visiting the island.

  • Phuket residential areas hit by water shutoffs

    Phuket residential areas hit by water shutoffs

    PHUKET: Water supply was suspended in parts of Phuket today for the Phuket Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) to carry out maintenance work. “We stopped the water supply along the Tha Rua-Muang Mai Road in Pa Khlok. Residences in that area were affected,” PWA officer Sasivimol Sangprakong said.