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  • TAT calls Phuket businesses to tourism trade show

    TAT calls Phuket businesses to tourism trade show

    PHUKET: The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is inviting tourism-related businesses in Phuket and throughout the region to take part in its Thailand Travel Mart 2012 (TTM 2012), to be held June 6 to 8 at Impact Muang Thong Thani Exhibition Center in Nonthaburi.

  • FC Phuket to play at Surakul on Saturday, but no cheering allowed

    FC Phuket to play at Surakul on Saturday, but no cheering allowed

    PHUKET: An appeal by FC Phuket to be allowed to play their last home match of the season at Surakul Stadium has been approved by the Football Association of Thailand (FAT), but only under the bizarre proviso that home-side fans not be allowed to cheer their team in any way. “Fans will only be allowed to sit still.

  • Methee, 7, passes away at Vachira Phuket

    Methee, 7, passes away at Vachira Phuket

    PHUKET: The Phuket Gazette is sad to report that Methee Khunsuinhu, the seven-year-old boy

  • Best of Phuket Awards announced on line today

    Best of Phuket Awards announced on line today

    PHUKET: The 29 winners of Phuket’s 2011 ‚Best of Phuket‘ Awards in the Business, Service, Environment and Restaurant categories have been announced and go

  • Marriott, Destination part ways over Courtyard brand in Phuket

    Marriott, Destination part ways over Courtyard brand in Phuket

    PHUKET: Marriott International and Destination Properties Thailand have parted ways over the management of four hotels in Thailand, three of which are in Phuket. The properties in Phuket are the Courtyard by Marriott hotels in Patong, Kamala and at Surin Beach. The fourth hotel to no longer operate as a Marriott brand is the Courtyard by Marriott in Hua Hin.

  • Marriott dumps Courtyard brand in Phuket

    Marriott dumps Courtyard brand in Phuket

    PHUKET: Marriott International and Destination Properties Thailand have parted ways over the management of four hotels in Thailand, three of which are in Phuket. The properties in Phuket are the Courtyard by Marriott hotels in Patong, Kamala and at Surin Beach.

  • Phuket records a day without death on the roads

    Phuket records a 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.

  • Work on Central Phuket underpass to start this year

    Work on Central Phuket underpass to start this year

    PHUKET: Pheu Thai MP and former Finance Minister Suchart Thadathamrongvech today announced that work on the much-debated underpass at the Darasamut Intersection (also known as the Central Festival Intersection) will start this year. The news was announced this afternoon at a public meeting at the Phuket Community Hall, near

  • Phuket’s New Year revelers start the long journey home

    Phuket’s New Year revelers start the long journey home

    PHUKET: Phuket Land Transport Office Chief Terayout Prasertphol has ordered more buses be provided to ensure that all tourists who came to Phuket to celebrate the new year will get home in time to start 2012 without delay. “I have ordered the [state bus operator] BorKorSor to boost bus services by 20 per cent to ensure that no passengers are left behind

  • Phuket Media Watch: Sword master behind Darth Vader dies

    Phuket Media Watch: Sword master behind Darth Vader dies

    PHUKET MEDIA WATCH– World news selected by Gazette editors for Phuket’s international community Sword master behind Darth Vader, Bob Anderson, dies at 89 Phuket Gazette / News Wires PHUKET: English actor and fencer Bob Anderson, who portrayed Darth Vader in the original Star Wars saga, died on Sunday, the British Academy of Fencing announced yesterday. He was 89. Anderson, of Hampshire in southern England, was the stunt double for Darth Vader in ‚Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back‘ and ‚Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi‘, being one of the seven people who portrayed the famous sci-fi villain.