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  • Phuket slasher vandalizes more than 50 vehicles

    Phuket slasher vandalizes more than 50 vehicles

    PHUKET: Police apprehended a suspect for allegedly vandalizing more than 50 vehicles in the Thalang National Housing Village yesterday. Sunthorn Somkhan, 31, from Rawai, was found with a sharp knife in the area after police began a search.

  • Going up: Baba’s five-bedroom villas

    Going up: Baba’s five-bedroom villas

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  • Lifeguards rescue Russian from deadly seas

    Lifeguards rescue Russian from deadly seas

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  • Swiss national dies at Nai Harn Beach

    Swiss national dies at Nai Harn Beach

    PHUKET: A 71-year-old Swiss national died while swimming at Nai Harn Beach yesterday morning. Ernst Krummenacher had gone out for a swim before lifeguards had arrived at the beach, explained Maj Patiwat Yodkwan of the Chalong Police.

  • Business Buzz: Better profits via social media

    Business Buzz: Better profits via social media

    PHUKET: When trying to increase profitability it is best to ascertain a company’s sales funnel, break it down into a process map and then analyze each of the sales procedures to see where the good and bad results are, as this will help in working out the changes needed to increase revenue in each area. Even a small tweak improving only 1 or 2 per cent at each process point could lead to a massive increase in profitability, even doubling a company’s success.

  • Opinion: After the flood

    Opinion: After the flood

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  • Missing Korean found dead at sea

    Missing Korean found dead at sea

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  • Four injured in Patong Hill bus crash

    Four injured in Patong Hill bus crash

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  • Patong officer transferred over police brutality allegation

    Patong officer transferred over police brutality allegation

    PHUKET: The police officer charged for allegedly beating a Patong bouncer in June has been transferred to Surat Thani while the investigation is underway, Patong Police Superintendent Chaiwat Auikam told the Phuket Gazette . The investigation follows more than 100 Patong nightlife employees protesting on the street on June 10, after Hollywood Discotheque security guard Kamolchai Singhakerd was allegedly beaten by Lt Col Sorapong Chukaew of the Patong Police (story here ).

  • Special Report: Understanding Phuket corruption

    Special Report: Understanding Phuket corruption

    PHUKET: Though the recently deceased Phuket Provincial Administration Organization (PPAO) President Paiboon Upatising will no longer be called to task for alleged corruption in the development of the PPAO Hospital, the case will continue, confirms Preechanun Pumlek, Chief of the Phuket office of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC). To see the much respected and loved elected official removed from office through Article 44 might have come as a surprise to those new to the island. However, seasoned expats, frequent visitors and local Thais know the island is rife with corruption at all levels