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  • Alcohol sales banned October 24

    Alcohol sales banned October 24

    Alcohol sales will be strictly prohibited tomorrow, Wednesday, October 24.

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    Fire destroys plastic water pipes in Rassada

    PHOTOS & VIDEO: Kritsada Mueanhawong & Newshawk Phuket Last evening (Monday) a fire swept through a storage area for huge pipes in Rassada which were to be used for the Phuket City Municipality flood problem-solving project.

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    Phuket Administrative Court officially opens

    The Phuket Administrative Court has been officially opened which provide service for the Krabi, Phang Nga, Ranong and Phuket provinces.

  • Suspect arrested in Phuket over 11 year old murder case

    Suspect arrested in Phuket over 11 year old murder case

    Phuket police yesterday arrested a suspect in Phuket who was allegedly involved in a police killing in Phattalung 11 years ago.

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    11 million traffic tickets ignored and unpaid

    The coffers of traffic re-inforcement cold be boosted significantly if the Police IT department were able to step up their efforts to link their database of traffic tickets to the Land Transport Department’s vehicle registration database. 11 million traffic tickets issued remain unpaid because of the delay in getting the system’s linked. The head of a police committee in charge of solving traffic problems in the Bangkok metropiltan area, says 13,515,036 traffic tickets had been issued this year (up to October 7) and recorded in the Royal Thai Police Ticket Management System

  • Heavy rain in spots around the country until Monday

    Heavy rain in spots around the country until Monday

    Residents in the Central, East and the South, including Bangkok and suburbs, are being warned to brace themselves for heavy rains from tomorrow until Monday. In a first warning issued at 11am this morning, the TMD (Thai Meteorological Department) said that heavy rains would hitting the forecast areas due to a low-pressure cell over the lower South China Sea

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    New rooftop dining experience overlooking the Andaman at The Nai Harn

    Red alert Phuket foodies. The Nai Harn is once again raising the bar on island gastronomy with the launch of Prime @ Rock Salt, a new rooftop venue that promises exclusive dining experiences with spectacular views of the beach and sea. The new restaurant will begin welcoming diners from the end of November 2018.

  • ‘Overwhelming support’ for decriminalising marijuana for R&D

    ‘Overwhelming support’ for decriminalising marijuana for R&D

    “An overwhelming number of people are voicing support for decriminalising the use of marijuana for research and development, and for medical purpose.” This from Somchai Sawaengkarn, a member of the National Legislative Assembly, citing results of an opinion survey conducted between October 1-15. Of the 16,431 people who voiced their opinions on the issue, 16,264 voted in support of the bid to amend the narcotics law to make it legally possible for marijuana to be used for medical research in the hope that medicines can be developed from the addictive drug for the treatment of certain diseases.

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    Maya Bay recovering says marine biologist

    Marine biologist Dr Thon Thamrongnawasawat says Maya Bay is starting to recover after many Blacktip reef sharks were found swimming around yesterday.

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    Invacio going global: AI company based in Phuket taking their message to the UN

    Invacio, an artificial intelligence company based in Phuket, is attending a development event in Geneva, Switzerland. Invacio Research Analytics a group subsidiary of Invacio founded by William J D West and led by Linleeya West (Thai – Swiss Educated) will be attending this auspicious event, organised at the UN headquarters in Geneva