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  • Forensics to probe suspected Patong jet-ski  ‘arson attack’

    Forensics to probe suspected Patong jet-ski ‘arson attack’

    PHUKET: Police yesterday called in forensic experts to investigate a fire that gutted a house and destroyed five jet-skis in Patong earlier that morning.

  • Phuket Town underground cable project ’90 per cent complete’

    Phuket Town underground cable project ’90 per cent complete’

    PHUKET: Phase two of the 39-million-baht project to bury central Phuket Town’s electricity mains cables is more than 90 per cent complete, Phuket City Mayor Somjai Suwansupana has confirmed.

  • Protest pressures Phuket police to reopen teen death crash probe

    Protest pressures Phuket police to reopen teen death crash probe

    PHUKET: Following a public protest yesterday, Chalong Police will reopen their investigation into a traffic accident in which a 16-year-old boy died on Sunday. About 20 people, including the aggrieved father, Sompong Sae-min, friends and family, gathered at Chalong Police Station at about 10am. According to the police report, Weerachat Sae-min, a 16-year-old first-year commerce student at Phuket Technology College, died “as a result of his motorbike hitting a roadside power pole” near the PTT gas station south of

  • 57 candidates to contest Phuket OrBorJor election

    57 candidates to contest Phuket OrBorJor election

    PHUKET: The registration period for the upcoming Phuket Provincial Administration Organization (OrBorJor) council election, to be held on August 26, closed on Saturday with 57 candidates registering to contest the 24 council seats available. OrBorJor Chief Administrative Officer (Palad) Manop Leelasuthanon said the registration period, which opened on July 31, “received a great deal of attention from a great many people”. In total, 57 candidates registered for seats in 24 districts.

  • Ailing dolphin under treatment in Phuket

    Ailing dolphin under treatment in Phuket

    PHUKET: Veterinarians at the Phuket Marine Biological Center (PMBC) say that a striped dolphin that washed ashore in Phang Nga last week is in a stable condition at their facility, but fear for its long-term survival prospects due to its inability to feed on its own. Dr Kongkiat Kittiwattanawong told the Gazette this morning that the dolphin, which washed ashore at Tai Muang District on July 30, was transported to the PMBC Endangered Species Unit the following day. Antibiotics administered to treats wounds to the animal’s rear flippers and tail have worked well, but the cetacean continues to suffer from dangerously high levels of urea in her muscle tissue, making it impossible for her to swim on her own.

  • Phuket pessimistic about ‘Safety Zone’ plan: poll

    Phuket pessimistic about ‘Safety Zone’ plan: poll

    PHUKET: Pessimism reigns over a plan by the Royal Thai Police to set up a “

  • Phuket pessimistic about ‘Safety Zone’ plan: poll

    Phuket pessimistic about ‘Safety Zone’ plan: poll

    PHUKET: Pessimism reigns over a plan by the Royal Thai Police to set up a “

  • Phuket’s Muslim prison inmates gifted supplies for Ramadan

    Phuket’s Muslim prison inmates gifted supplies for Ramadan

    PHUKET: The Phuket Islamic Committee gifted food items to Muslim inmates at Phuket Provincial Prison on Thursday so they could properly partake in Ramadan. At 11:30am, Phuket Islamic Committee President Komon Doomluck handed over rice as well as other dried foods, such as palm dates, which are the traditional foods for breaking fasts, to the 225 male and female Muslim prisoners in the facility

  • Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease under control in Phuket

    Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease under control in Phuket

    PHUKET: Following the outbreak of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) in Thailand which caused the death of a

  • Phuket Live Wire: Faster and  closer, but not for us

    Phuket Live Wire: Faster and closer, but not for us

    PHUKET: Investors are lined up, and ground is about to be broken on the Asia Pacific Gateway, the fastest, slickest submarine data cable ever constructed. And it’s coming to Thailand