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Phuket News
Chalong interrupted: Man disturbs traffic, taken into custody, to hospital
PHUKET: A man who kicked cars, shouted at motorists and lay down in the middle of the road amid heavy traffic in front of Chalong Police Station this morning (Feb 20) has been taken to hospital for his own safety.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Baby elephant rescued! Baby factory? Underpass crash! || February 20
PHUKET XTRA - February 20 Baby elephant rescue! Underpass crash leaves 1 dead! Japanese man gets custody of 13 babies? Chalong Underpass traffic to be reduced? Stealing welfare from the poor! Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Women smash up pickup blocking their driveway
BANGKOK: Two women who used an axe and a metal pole to attack a parked pickup truck that was blocking their driveway in Prawet district of Bangkok are facing charges of property damage and intimidating the owner-driver.
Relieve Chalong Underpass traffic jams, orders Phuket Governor
PHUKET: Motorists are expected to have more space on either side of the Chalong Underpass in the coming two months after Phuket Governor Norraphat Plodthong yesterday ordered that steps be taken to reduce the long traffic jams at the busy intersection construction site.
Slippery road blamed for Phuket tour bus colliding with power pole
PHUKET: A bus carrying 10 Chinese tourists crashed into an power pole on Chao Fa Tawan Tok Rd southbound close to the Darasamut Underpass yesterday night, with the accident blamed on a slippery road due to rain.
Chinese man dies in Phuket underpass motorbike accident
PHUKET: A Chinese man died after the motorbike he was riding slammed into a structural pylon that holds the overhead lane lights at the entrance to the Darasamut Underpass last night (Feb 19).
Japanese ‘baby factory’ man wins custody of 13 kids born to Thai surrogates
BANGKOK: A Bangkok court today (Feb 20) granted a Japanese man “sole parent” rights to 13 children he fathered through Thai surrogate mothers, a ruling that paves the way for him to take custody of the group.
Thailand to launch ICO, cryptocurrency rules in March
BANGKOK: The Thai Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is set to introduce new regulations to supervise initial coin offerings (ICOs) and cryptocurrencies in March, while reiterating that investment in such financial instruments carries hefty risks, especially for small investors.
Marines drink cobra blood in US-Thai war drills
CHONBURI: US and Thai marines slurped snake blood and ate scorpions in a jungle survival program yesterday (Feb 19) as part of the two nations annual Cobra Gold war games.
Theft by officials in aid for poor scheme widespread
NATIONWIDE: More embezzlement of financial aid intended for the destitute has been uncovered as graft busters expand their investigation in rural provinces, and the corruption appears to be well organised.
Phuket Gazette
Suthep’s party to support Prayut as post-election PM

From The Nation Suthep Thaugsuban, core leader of the now-defunct People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), plans to found a political party to support Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha becoming premier after the next general election, a former Democrat party-list MP has claimed. Watchara Petchthong said on Tuesday that the party would be named the People’s […]

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Top ten ways to avoid Dengue Fever

Most of Phuket is jungle. Most of the east coast is mangroves. Mosquitoes thrive in both. You’re in their domain and they’re not going anywhere just because you want to live here or are on your vacation. Aedes aegypti carry Dengue Fever which is very prevalent in south east asian countries.   1. Most mosquitoes […]

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The legacy lives on – International Gill Dalley’s Remembrance Day

PHOTO: John & Gill Dalley ( February 13 is known by Soi Dog Foundation as the International Gill Dalley’s Remembrance Day, in order to honour the kind heart of the co-founder of the foundation, Gill Dalley, who had dedicated her life working on the strays’ issue in Thailand. Gill Dalley founded the Soi Dog Foundation […]

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THAIGER TODAY Tuesday, February 20

Woman NOT happy with pick-up parked over her driveway | Car chase for two Nigerians on Cambodian border | Vandals leaving their mark in Krabi | How NOT to reverse a container truck | 23 tourists stung by jellyfish | 62 year long-term resident in Pattaya giving back to his community. Coming to you from […]

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301 ‘lucky number plates’ up for bidding

The Phuket Land Transport Office announced the auction of 301 plates with ‘lucky numbers’. The profit from the auction will be donated to the road accident victims fund. The Chief of Phuket Land Transport Office, Banyat Kanta, said that the 13th auction will kick off on March 3 – 4 at the conference room of Phuket’s […]

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23 tourists stung by ‘Bluebottles’ in Songkhla

PHOTO: National Geographic Twenty-three tourists have been stung by bluebottle jellyfish, properly referred to as the Portuguese man o’ war (Physalis physalis), at two popular beaches in Songkhla during the past three days, a senior public health official reported today. Doctor Uthitsak Hariratanakul, chief Songkhla public health officer, said the 23 swimmers were injured by […]

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Tourists leave their mark on Railay Beach

Tourists seeking to leave their mark on Thailand have vandalised a cave tunnel leading onto Krabi’s popular Railay Beach, carving their names and other graffiti in the rock walls and stalactites. Hard objects were used to scrawl names and messages along the 200 metre passage, said Somboon Ngafa, chairman of the Railay Bay Tourism Association […]

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Firefly’s direct Penang flights go daily from March 25

Firefly are upping the direct flights from Penang to Phuket from four a week to daily starting March 25. The regional airline is owned by Malaysian Airlines and flies ATR 72s with 70 seats. Flying out of Penang, Firefly flies internationally to Banda Aceh on Sumatra, Indonesia and Phuket. Locally it serves Langkawi and Kota […]

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Illegal immigrant arrested over fake US bank notes

A 29 year old Nigerian, Chukwuemeka Anslem Njibigbo, has been arrested after exchanging a fake 100 dollar bank note at the Kasikorn Bank in Central Festival Phuket. Police received a report from the bank about the fake $100 bank note. After checking, police found that the Nigerian man went to exchange the money on February […]

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Truck crash-reverses into ditch in Karon

Traffic is closed between Patong and Karon as police and emergency responders try and clear a nearly-overturned container truck at the bottom of the hill between the Novotel Karon and Centara Beach resort. Police are expecting it to take at least a couple of hours to clear for traffic. PhuketKARON TRUCK REVERSE-CRASHES INTO ROADSIDE DITCHDetails […]

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Anti-coal power plant rally ends after talks
Protesters against a coal-fired power plant in Krabi and Songkhla called off their rally in front of the United Nations office in Bangkok on Tuesday after the Energy Ministry agreed to conduct a fresh impact assessment.
Rock star Sek Loso arraigned on firearm charges
NAKHON SI THAMMARAT: Prosecutors on Tuesday indicted rock star Sek Loso in court on firearm charges arising from an incident at a temple in this southern province in December.
Rich Japanese man wins custody of 13 surrogate children
The Central Juvenile and Family Court on Tuesday allowed a 28-year-old Japanese man to take home 13 children born to surrogate women in Thailand, granting him sole parental custody. The court ruled that Mitsutoki Shigeta was the biological father of the children, was able to raise them and was not connected with human trafficking.
Women took axe to truck blocking their driveway
Two women who used an axe and a metal pole to attack a parked pickup truck that was blocking their driveway in Prawet district of Bangkok are facing charges of property damage and intimidating the owner-driver.
Carabao: Rocker turned drinks mogul energises English football
On Sunday evening an ageing Thai rock star with hooped earrings, signature bandana and a wispy moustache will be at the home of English football to present the Carabao Cup to either Arsenal or Manchester City.
Thaksin backs Sudarat for top job over rival
Fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who pundits claim still controls the Pheu Thai Party from overseas, wants Khunying Sudarat Keyuraphan to remain his nominee as its official leader, said a well-placed source within the exruling party.
Regime hunts poll protest backers
Authorities have pledged to go after those who are financially supporting pro-election activists, who are ramping up pressure on the regime to hold a poll to return the country to democracy this year.
Water banks set to ease city flooding
City Hall is speeding up its ambitious plans to prevent chronic flooding by building underground “water banks” and water retention areas.
Students protest as White House grapples with background checks
Protests against gun violence in schools are taking off after a high school shooting in Florida left 17 dead. The White House said on Monday it backs efforts to improve background checks on gun purchases. - REUTERS
Black Panther smashes box office, Hollywood norms
Black Panther's record-setting opening weekend is being welcomed from Hollywood to Africa's Nollywood for its portrayal of Africans and African-Americans in the first blockbuster featuring a black superhero and an almost entirely black cast. - REUTERS
Pigeon death creates a bizarre finale to Prayut’s talk on superstition
Soon after Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha denied that his government believed in superstition, a rare bird fight that brought demise to a pigeon took place right in front of his office.
Premchai may face charges over guns found at house
Police forensic results have initially found that two guns seized this month from the house of Italian-Thai Development president Premchai Karnasuta were illegal.
As ang pao probe continues, police chief addresses link to ‘Aoun Loyfa’
Metropolitan Police Bureau commissioner Lt-General Charnthep Sesawet on Tuesday admitted that the Thai amulet expert known only by the alias “Aoun Loyfa” and his team had visited and offered New Year blessings to him last year when he served as Metropolitan Police Area 1 chief.
Huge bid for Royal painting helps hospital charity auction double its target
A fundraising art auction, titled “Art for Life – Mercy Mission” in Bangkok on Sunday fetched more than Bt10 million – twice the estimate – for the construction of a new Bt800-million emergency centre.
Defendant in Khon Kaen dismemberment case changes plea
Jidarat Phromkhun – who is among the four people accused of killing Warisara Klinjui, 22, cutting her body in two and burying the parts in a forest area in Khon Kaen in May last year – confessed to the charge of taking into possession a stolen item at the case’s first court session on Tuesday.
Suthep's party to support Prayut as post-election PM
Suthep Thaugsuban, core leader of the now-defunct People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), plans to found a political party to support Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha becoming premier after the next general election, a former Democrat party-list MP has claimed.
Thais told to avoid area around Mount Sinabung volcano
The Thai Embassy in Indonesia has warned its nationals to avoid the area near the rumbling Mount Sinabung volcano on Sumatra island that has sent a massive column of ash and smoke about 5,000 metres into the air.
Saudi Arabia to host first Arab Fashion Week
Saudi Arabia is set to host in March its first ever Arab Fashion Week, the Arab Fashion Council announced Monday, overturning decades of draconian policies on arts and entertainment.
Carabao: Thai rocker turned drinks mogul energising English football
On Sunday evening an ageing Thai rock star with hooped earrings, signature bandana and a wispy moustache will be at the home of English football to present the Carabao Cup to either Arsenal or Manchester City.
Chiang Mai, Thailand News
Anthropologist Shalardchai remembered for scholarship and advocacy efforts

FRIENDS AND family of the late anthropologist Shalardchai Ramitanondh planned to gather Tuesday to say goodbye at his funeral held at Chiang Mai's Hai Ya Cemetery. Shalardchai was one of Thailand's most respected anthropologists and a prominent advocate of women's rights for half a century.

Thai unis droop

Mahidol University retained its overall rank as No.97 in Asia. Its staff had 2,107 articles on research in 2017, while No.1-ranked National University of Singapore had 6,150 academic articles or articles in the press.

Police investigate as dogs rescued from Chiang Mai breeder

Three pitbulls and three pomeranian dogs, allegedly kept in "cruel" conditions, were rescued from a breeding farm in Chiang Mai's Hang Dong district on Saturday afternoon. The move followed a complaint to police about alleged "animal cruelty" filed by Santisook Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation co-founder Namfon Hilgers.

Thailand mourns 'Father of Thai Orchids'

VENERABLE PROFESSOR Rapee Sagarik, a remarkable scholar and the nation's most esteemed horticulturist, known as the "Father of Thai Orchids", passed away peacefully at 7am yesterday in Vibhavadi Hospital at the age of 95. He was born in Bangkok on December 4, 1922 and was married to Kallaya Sagarik. They have four children.

Chiang Mai kicks off 16th Chinatown festival

The 16th Chiang Mai Chinatown Festival was kicked off in Mueang district on Friday with shows highlighting culture of the Chinese community of the northern city. Many tourists from China and Thailand attended the opening ceremony, held at 10:10am at the main grounds in front of Waroros Market on Wichayanon Road.

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Lamphun's Tai Lue community welcomes visitors to see them maintain their traditional ways in the face of modern influences Napa Suyayai, 68, sits comfortably on the bench of her wooden loom in the outdoor workroom of her house. It is the weaving centre of Tai Lue of Ban Thi community in Lamphun.

Scoop: Coming Up On the Amazing Race Tonight on CBS

On the episode "The First Rule of Amazing Race Club" - For the first time, the Race travels to Bahrain, where one team's game is on the line when one of them misplaces their passport. Also, scorpions are ON THE MENU for Racers in Chiang Mai, Thailand, on a special two-hour episode of THE AMAZING RACE, Wednesday, Feb. 14 on the CBS Television Network.

Brandeis gave Danielle Gaskin '18 a bird's-eye view on global health

Even before she arrived on campus via Laurel, Maryland in the fall of 2014, Danielle Gaskin '18 knew she wanted to pursue a career in public health, though Brandeis widened her perspective more than expected. The now-senior and Health: Science, Society and Policy and International and Global Studies double-major has certainly stuck with her plan: she will graduate in May and then work toward a PhD in either International Health or Population and Family Health.

Dawn of a new you

Based in a tranquil setting in Chiang Mai, a wellness centre offers holistic treatment to those with a variety of mental health and addiction issues On hearing the catchy chorus of Michael Buble's Feeling Good, Athisin and Athiporn Poolsawaddi found an evocative name for their start-up, The Dawn, an English-language medical rehab and wellness centre located on the banks of the Mae Ping River, in Hang Dong, Chiang Mai. The Poolsawaddi brothers lived in New York for 10 years before coming back to Thailand and pursuing different career paths prior to plunging into the medical tourism industry as fraternal business partners.

NARIT to push for 'Dark Sky Certification' of Doi Inthanon

The National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand is planning to push for the certification of Doi Inthanon as a place dark enough for star observation to the international standard. Suparirk Kharuehanon, chief of astronomical academic service at the institute, said on Monday that the Doi Inthanon mountaintop in Chiang Mai province had been dark enough for observing the Milky Way this past Saturday. : Most recent
Myanmar to resettle 6,000 Rohingya refugees
DHAKA: Myanmar agreed with Bangladesh on Tuesday to resettle more than 6,000 Rohingya Muslims who have been stranded in a no man's land between the two countries, as plans for the repatriation of hundreds of thousands of others have been delayed over concerns for their safety if they return to Myanmar, officials said.
PTT profit up 43% to B135bn in 2017
State-owned PTT Plc, Thailand’s largest conglomerate, reported a 42.9% jump in net profit to 135.2 billion baht in 2017 due to improved performances in all business groups.
Nearly 200 dead in Syria enclave
ARBIN, Syria: Air strikes hit Syria's Eastern Ghouta for a third straight day on Tuesday, bringing the civilian death toll to nearly 200 as the UN warned the situation in the rebel enclave was spinning "out of control".
Australia resettles Cambodian activist's family
CANBERRA: Australia has accepted the family of a murdered Cambodian political activist as refugees, as the Australian government encourages its rejected refugees to resettle in Cambodia.
Singapore won't cane suspect sought from UK
SINGAPORE: The city-state has agreed not to cane a man accused of carrying out a rare bank robbery in the city-state if Britain extradites him to face charges, officials said Tuesday.
Protection for welfare fund whistleblowers
The Public Sector Anti Corruption Commission (PACC) has praised a university student and a former employee of a welfare centre for low-income earners in Khon Kaen for exposing corruption at the centre and provided protection for them.
More bombs fall on Syria's Ghouta after heaviest toll in years
BEIRUT: Pro-government forces bombarded Syria's eastern Ghouta on Tuesday, killing at least 49 people, after the heaviest one-day death toll there in three years on Monday, a war monitoring group said.
Police: Two of Premchai's guns illegal
Construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta will likely face firearms charges after police found at least two of the weapons seized from his house earlier might be illegal.
Turkey will ‘lay siege’ to Syria's Afrin in coming days: PM
Turkey will lay siege to Afrin in northern Syria, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday a month after Ankara launched an offensive against Kurdish militia in the region.
Chinese warships enter Indian Ocean amid Maldives tensions
SHANGHAI: Eleven Chinese warships sailed into the East Indian Ocean this month, a Chinese news portal said, amid a constitutional crisis in the tiny tropical island chain of the Maldives now under a state of emergency.