Artikel tagged “Phuket Magazine”

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    KLM jet continues flight after precautionary landing in Phuket

    At 12:20pm Wednesday staff members at the Air Traffic Control department of the Phuket International Airport were notified that a KLM Boeing 777-200, Flight KL 809 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, had to make a precautionary landing in Phuket, after smoke started filling the cabin when a passenger’s mobile phone ‘overheated’. Read more HERE General Manager Petch Chancharoen said, “There were a total 214 passengers on the plane. After the plane made a precautionary landing, we sent airport security staff to the plane. There was some smoke remaining in the cabin and burn marks on the mobile phone that caused the smoke

  • Over 14 million Malays vote today in general election

    Over 14 million Malays vote today in general election

    EC staff making final preparations at a polling station at Stadium Titiwangsa in Kuala Lumpur. Around 14.4 million Malay­sians will cast their votes today from 8am to 5pm at 28,115 polling stations nationwide. 14,940,624 are registered voters who are eligible to cast their ballots in today’s general election

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    Spa fire in Koh Sirey under investigation

    The Phuket City Police are still investigating a fire at a spa in Rassada on Saturday (May 5).

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    A mid June summit in Singapore – The Trump/Kim meeting

    Mid June.

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    Phnom Penh Post sold to Malaysian media investor

    The Phnom Penh Post has been sold to Sivakumar Ganapathy, a Malaysian investor and executive at a public relations firm that has previously done work for Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government.

  • Wipawee wins in Krabi – fifth win of the year

    Wipawee wins in Krabi – fifth win of the year

    Wipawee Pratumsuwan after winning in Krabi Race favourite Wipawee Pratumsuwan racked up yet another title, clocking 1:36.34 hours to win the women’s 21km race at the Bangkok Airways Krabi Half Marathon yesterday (Sunday). The 27 year old assistant teacher, who spends most of her weekends competing, clocked eight minutes faster than runner-up Siriphat Bootjen, who crossed the finish line in 1:44.48 hours. “I’m happy that I won again but I just wish I’d run it faster

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    Phuket street art group calls for justice over Premchai black panther case

    Graffiti in Thailand has so far been an instrument to denounce social injustice following the murder of the protected black panther, and Phuket is another location where this street art is being expressed. A local Phuket group has painted their thoughts on the walls in the heart of old Phuket Town

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    Co-ordinated attacks across the South today

    Suspected ethnic Malay insurgents bombed power poles and burned tyres on the roads of five districts of Narathiwat early on Friday, police said.

  • Phuket Court denies bail in alleged property fraud case

    Phuket Court denies bail in alleged property fraud case

    PHOTO: Emerald Development Group Facebook page Bail has been denied at a hearing in the Phuket Provincial Court earlier today in the case of Sawit ‘Mai’ Ketroj who was arrested at Phuket International Airport on May 1 over a case involving alleged fraud related to the Emerald Development Group. Khun Mai’s lawyers say they will appeal the decision of the Court not to grant bail. The prosecuting lawyers say they’ll submit an objection during any appeal hearing

  • Crackdown on illegal hotels

    Crackdown on illegal hotels

    Tourist Police have announced a continuation of the crackdown on illegal hotels in Phuket.