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  • Six charged for Phuket resort GM stabbing; Hollywood actor Renner caught in brawl

    Six charged for Phuket resort GM stabbing; Hollywood actor Renner caught in brawl

    PHUKET: Six staff of the Rachada Pub in Phuket Town have been charged with attempted murder for the stabbing of Sri Panwa Resort General Manager Vorasit Issara early yesterday morning.

  • Phuket Business: Time is money

    Phuket Business: Time is money

    PHUKET: One of the first concepts we needed to learn when studying finance was that of the time value of money. In theoretical terms it is quite easy to understand, but when practically applying it to life decisions it can be a little more complicated.

  • Phuket Live Wire: Don’t lose that number

    Phuket Live Wire: Don’t lose that number

    PHUKET: In the past few Live Wire columns I’ve tried to answer some of the questions I hear frequently about computers, phones, tablets and TVs in Phuket. Here’s the next common question – and, surprise, it has a good solution. „Woody, I want to get a 3G phone (or I want to get 3G service on my current phone), but I don’t want to change my phone number.

  • Phuket international airport expansion set to bring 12.5mn visitors

    Phuket international airport expansion set to bring 12.5mn visitors

    PHUKET International Airport (PIA) will be able to receive 12.5 million visitors per year by 2014 following a planned 5.7 billion-baht expansion, Thailand’s deputy transport minister told reporters during a recent visit to the island.

  • No sale! FC Phuket still on the market

    No sale! FC Phuket still on the market

    PHUKET: Football fans in Phuket will definitely have at least one local professional team to root for this year, and possibly two, the FC Phuket’s club secretary told the Phuket Gazette this morning. The news follows online reports asserting that FC Phuket has been sold to Bangkok premier outfit Muang Thong United and will move to the capital under a new name. “That report is nonsense.

  • Phuket resort GM ’safe‘ after stabbing attack

    Phuket resort GM ’safe‘ after stabbing attack

    PHUKET: The well-known general manager of a luxury resort in Phuket is out of danger following emergency surgery for stab wounds sustained in a brawl outside a Phuket Town nightclub early yesterday morning.

  • Foreigner saves drowning toddler at Phuket beach

    Foreigner saves drowning toddler at Phuket beach

    PHUKET: Just a day after 7-year-old drowning victim Methee Khunsuinhu

  • Phuket Property: Boom in Pattani?

    Phuket Property: Boom in Pattani?

    PHUKET: When news about Thailand’s deep South breaks in the press, images of strife and unrest are quickly conjured up. And while this article is an update about a massive uprising in the heart of downtown Pattani, one of three troubled provinces near Thailand’s border with Malaysia, this latest development does not feature any unrest, but rather cranes and concrete pillars. Indeed, Pattani is on the verge of a boom and the numbers are explosive.

  • Phuket Property Watch: Rocking or rolling this season?

    Phuket Property Watch: Rocking or rolling this season?

    PHUKET: Whenever anyone mentions ‘The Rock’ I am always inclined to think of that other island just off the dock by the bay – Alcatraz. Certainly there is little resemblance between that former maximum security prison island and our own destination resort of Phuket.

  • Phuket records second day without death on the roads

    Phuket records second day without death on the roads

    PHUKET: Today marks the last day of the “Seven Days of Danger” holiday road-safety campaign. No fatalities were recorded in Phuket yesterday, Day 6 of the campaign, with the number of fatalities standing at six. According to official figures from the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Phuket Office (DDPM-Phuket) this morning, Day 6 ended with nine serious injuries in eight reported accidents, but no deaths.