Artikel tagged “Phuket Magazine News”

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    Getting longer life out of your outdoor furniture

    Outdoor furniture can be a sizable investment even here in Thailand. In Phuket it’s either the hot sun or rain adding to deterioration. The sun and heat are relentless.

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    Four month old foetus found in Chalong canal

    Chalong Police were notified about the body of a foetus found in a canal in Soi Kuwattana, Chalong at about midday today (May 2). Chalong Police, along with the Forensic Police and rescue workers, went to the scene to investigate.

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    Two race shoot-out brings 2018 Top of the Gulf Regatta to an end

    PHOTOS: Guy Nowell The 2018 Top of the Gulf Regatta has lived up to its reputation for delivering close and competitive racing, and this year the weather made the racing even tougher. Over the past four days sailors have experienced everything from moments of becalm to 25 knot squalls, thunder and lightening, and blue skies indicative of sailing in the tropics. And as the competitors gathered for the Ocean Marina Gala Dinner, it was smiles all around.

  • British International School Phuket Hosts Scholarship Bake Off

    British International School Phuket Hosts Scholarship Bake Off

    PHUKET – BISP Scholarship Bake Off The IWA Phuket Team together with the Year 10 – 12 students of British International School Phuket hosted a bake off on Sunday at the Outrigger Laguna Beach Resort Phuket , all to raise money for the IWA a student lead initiative, funding girls in education. All the participating baking teams showcased their talent, the time and effort they put into set amazingly high standards, and the quality of all the baked goods was impressive and delicious. Live performances through out the bake off by the students of BISP also added to the wonderful community event.

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    Two mysterious objects found in Mai Khao

    Thachatchai Police received a report about an items that looked like ancient cannons at an old house in the Mai Khao area. The house, which belongs to a local man Dam Jitchamnan, was being demolished for renovation and the objects were found among the debris as workers were clearing it away. The police  found that the rusty items were about 1.5 meters long.

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    “Cars not parked in normal parking spaces”, Phuket Airport

    Phuket International Airport have commented on last weekend’s incident where two cars were scratched with a key or sharp object at the same spot in Phuket airport’s 5th floor parking. One of the owners also had a note warning that it was a VIP parking and that the spot wasn’t a normal parking area, left on his screen.

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    Chiang Mai teenager arrested after robbing Burmese woman in Phuket

    A Chiang Mai 18 year old has been arrested after robbing and attacking a Burmese woman in Phuket. Wichit Police arrested 18 year old Saranyoo, from Chiang Mai, with a gold necklace, a gold bracelet and 1,000 Baht in cash after he robbed and physically attacked a Myanmar woman. The victim, San Thidar New, who is a house keeper of an apartment in Wichit area, reported to the police at 1pm on April 21 that she was attacked while she was cleaning on the 2nd floor of the apartment.

  • Swedish DJ Avicii Dies After Illness

    Swedish DJ Avicii Dies After Illness

    Popular record producer and DJ Avicii died over the weekend after what appears to be a short illness, it has been reported. Avicii was found dead in a hotel room in Oman on April 20, 2018. No details were released about his death, but his publicist said: “It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii.

  • Pattaya swingers party interrupted by authorities

    Pattaya swingers party interrupted by authorities

    Authorities raided a swingers party in Pattaya over the weekend. The party was held in a hotel in Chon Buri’s Bang Lamung district.

  • Big increases in BKK airport arrivals for 2018 Songkran

    Big increases in BKK airport arrivals for 2018 Songkran

    Nearly 7 percent additional passengers flew into Suvarnabhumi Airport and 12 percent into Don Mueang this year to celebrate the Songkran festival, compared to last year’s passenger traffic. The Immigration Bureau deputy spokesman Pol Colonel Choengron Rimpadee says that 683,260 passengers arrived at Suvarnabhumi Airport from April 12 and 16. “The number marks a 6.96 per cent increase from Songkran 2017.