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@ Discover Thainess Indeed. Watched similar situations in horror myself. If the accident ...

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Flying Higher, Phuket Passenger Numbers Top 5.5 Million For Year So Far

Latest Passenger numbers through Phuket International Airport tall more than 5.5 million for the first six months with the time now right for strategic decisions to be made to protect the region's future.

PhuketWATCH Phuket Property 'Recovers'; Thailand Protests Grow; Emergency Landing in China

Phuket Updating Digest Bank of Thailand is optimistic about southern property thanks to tourism; Post-it protest takes government dissatisfaction to new level; Emergency landing of Bangkok-bound flight.

Out of Control Phuket Truck Flips, Crashes in Patong: Photo Special

PHOTO ALBUM An out of control truck roared down Phuket's Patong Hill and then flipped at the bottom. At least one person was seriously injured and taken to Patong Hospital.

Crashing Phuket Truck Spills Workers: Two Dead, Seven Injured

Latest A truck on Phuket's coast road between Patong and Kamala rolls back, crashing into a power pole and spilling its payload of 30 Burmese construction workers. Two died and seven were taken to hospital.

Asean Today: Ferry Sinks, Many Dead; 'Slave' Home After 22 Years; Bikers Bash Brunei Driver

Around the Region Crash plane lost engine, say investigators; Malaysia faces jobs slump; Chinese driver beaten up by biker convoy; Clinton recalls Vietnam ''peace''; ''Slave'' goes home to Burma.

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Flying Higher, Phuket Passenger Numbers Top 5.5 Million For Year So Far

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Latest Passenger numbers through Phuket International Airport tall more than 5.5 million for the first six months with the time now right for strategic decisions to be made to protect the region's future. More »

Runaway Phuket Truck Victim Dies in Patong Hospital

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Latest A woman who was struck on her motorcycle by a runaway truck that careened down Patong Hill has died in Patong Hospital. Police are planning to question the driver further. More »

PhuketWATCH Phuket Property 'Recovers'; Thailand Protests Grow; Emergency Landing in China

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Phuket Updating Digest Bank of Thailand is optimistic about southern property thanks to tourism; Post-it protest takes government dissatisfaction to new level; Emergency landing of Bangkok-bound flight. More »

Asean Today: Malaysia PM Denies Pocketing $600m; Thailand Slows Fast Train; Ferry Sinking Toll Rises

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Around the Region Accusations of creaming off almost $700m are denied by Malaysia's PM; Thailand settles for 180 kmh fast train; Ferry toll higher; Brunei killer gets death; Singapore sets carbon target. More »

Out of Control Phuket Truck Flips, Crashes in Patong: Photo Special

Friday, July 3, 2015

PHOTO ALBUM An out of control truck roared down Phuket's Patong Hill and then flipped at the bottom. At least one person was seriously injured and taken to Patong Hospital. More »

Crashing Phuket Truck Spills Workers: Two Dead, Seven Injured

Friday, July 3, 2015

Latest A truck on Phuket's coast road between Patong and Kamala rolls back, crashing into a power pole and spilling its payload of 30 Burmese construction workers. Two died and seven were taken to hospital. More »

Minorities, Refugees and the Enduring Struggle for Survival in Thailand

Friday, July 3, 2015

Latest A newly released report describes what's happening to minorities as the cities of South East Asia grow larger and the pull of jobs and prosperity challenges years of traditions and community. More »

Bangkok Copy Raiders Net One Phuket Vendor and 2m Baht in Goods

Friday, July 3, 2015

Latest Tourists in Phuket's Kata and Karon districts are likely to find copy souvenirs in short supply following a raid by Bangkok authorities that saw vendors shut up shops and flee as fast as possible. More »

Army Tackles Jet-Ski Operators; Ash Halts Bali Jets; AFL Coach Stabbed To Death; Water Running Short; Uighurs Safe

Friday, July 3, 2015

Phuket Updating Digest Son held over stabbing death of AFL coach; Soldiers to tackle Phangan jet-skis; Navy to buy submarines; Fears of water shortages grow; Obama's win-win week; Nadal out. More »

Asean Today: Ferry Sinks, Many Dead; 'Slave' Home After 22 Years; Bikers Bash Brunei Driver

Friday, July 3, 2015

Around the Region Crash plane lost engine, say investigators; Malaysia faces jobs slump; Chinese driver beaten up by biker convoy; Clinton recalls Vietnam ''peace''; ''Slave'' goes home to Burma. More »

Saturday July 4, 2015
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