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  • Urgent call for O-negative blood to save Norwegian man

    Urgent call for O-negative blood to save Norwegian man

    PHUKET: The Phuket Regional Blood Center is calling for urgent donations of O-negative blood in order to save the life of a Norwegian man in the intensive care unit (ICU) at Bangkok Hospital Phuket. “The hospital said they need three units of O-negative to save the patient’s life,” PRBC Chief Pornthip Rattajak told the Phuket Gazette this afternoon. “We have none of this blood in stock.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Foreigner dies in Phuket ultralight crash

    BREAKING NEWS: Foreigner dies in Phuket ultralight crash

    PHUKET: A foreigner died after his ultralight flying boat fell from the sky off the east coast of southern Phuket this afternoon.

  • BREAKING NEWS:  Protesters keep Phuket polls closed for national election

    BREAKING NEWS: Protesters keep Phuket polls closed for national election

    PHUKET: Protesters successfully shut down Phuket polling stations by 8:30 this morning. “Phuket elections have been terminated for today,” Phuket Election Commission Director Kittipong Thiengkunakrit told the Phuket Gazette

  • Phuket bus ban trial date pushed back, limited to traffic-heavy hours

    Phuket bus ban trial date pushed back, limited to traffic-heavy hours

    PHUKET: The Patong Hill bus ban, set to begin by the end of February, will only bar buses and large trucks from crossing Phuket’s most infamous hill from 6am to 9am and 4pm to 7pm.

  • Russian tourists spring a leak, saved by Phuket fishing boat

    Russian tourists spring a leak, saved by Phuket fishing boat

    PHUKET: Two Russian tourists foundering in Phang Nga Bay after their kayak sprung a leak were rescued by a passing Phuket fishing boat yesterday afternoon. Maxim Abaturov, 37, and Valerii Grakhouskii, 38, were three kilometers from Phuket when a seal in the front of their two-man vessel began to let in water. Although the kayak remained afloat, it could not support the weight of the men, who ended up in the water clinging to it.

  • Missing Chinese couple found alive after kayak swamped by waves

    Missing Chinese couple found alive after kayak swamped by waves

    PHUKET: A Chinese couple whose rented kayak was swamped by large waves off Ao Nang, Krabi, late yesterday afternoon have been found safe.

  • Phuket election alcohol ban starts tonight

    Phuket election alcohol ban starts tonight

    PHUKET: Phuket will face an alcohol ban starting at 6pm tonight ahead of the advance voting tomorrow for the February 2 national election. “According to the Election Act, all alcohol sales in Phuket are banned from 6pm tonight through to midnight tomorrow because of the advance voting for the MP elections,” Phuket Election Commission (PEC) Director Kittipong Thiengkunakrit confirmed to the Phuket Gazette today. The ban prevents all retail shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and convenience stores from selling alcohol during that period.

  • Phuket traffic chief sets sights on B30mn record licence plate auction

    Phuket traffic chief sets sights on B30mn record licence plate auction

    PHUKET: The Phuket Land Transport Office (PLTO) is hoping to raise a record 30 million baht from the annual Lucky Licence Plate Auction being held in Phuket Town this weekend.

  • Phuket’s DJ Doris to be honored with Celebration of Life, special radio show

    Phuket’s DJ Doris to be honored with Celebration of Life, special radio show

    PHUKET: Paul Norris, the renowned ‘DJ Doris’ from Phuket Island Radio 91.5FM, will be honored in Phuket with a “Celebration of Paul’s Life” memorial on February 5. The event will be held at the Irish Times pub at Jungceylon in Patong (map

  • Phuket park chief still sour over missing morning glory

    Phuket park chief still sour over missing morning glory

    PHUKET: Officers vowed to continue their investigation into a luxury resort that allegedly cleared swaths of sea morning glory from the beach as part of a beautification project, although the hotel has already replaced the plants. “We will not withdraw the complaint against the Anantara Phuket Layan Resort & Spa, as doing so would signify that we are ignoring our duty,” Sirinath Marine National Park Chief Cheewapap Cheewatham told the Phuket Gazette today.