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Its not deadly streets so much as poor choices by visitors..but who knows in this case..

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Aussie Stabbed on Phuket Jets Out: Patong Police Reluctant to Talk

News Analysis The Australian man stabbed with a bottle in an incident in Patong in which a schoolboy was also stabbed has flown out of Thailand. It's believed the case is closed. But police are saying nothing.

Minister Earns Slap on the Wrist for ID Idea for Thailand Tourists

News Analysis A suggestion by the Minister for Tourism that tourists should be issued with ID wristbands is no more logical or practical than the suggestion that rape whistles be issued to female visitors.

Phuket Dolphinarium Decision Likely 'in About Two Weeks'

Latest Whether the Phuket Dolphinarium is permitted to open should become evident in about two weeks, according to a Phuket official who says two Bangkok commttees are looking at the issue.

Honkers Goes Bonkers; Thailand Invents Robot Taster; Video Clue to Koh Tao Killings

Phuket Updating Digest The umbrella revolution for the liberty of Hong Kong continues; Thailand tries a robot as food taster; Ebola breakthrough imminent; Video clue to double murder.

Phuket Airport Gains Woman in Charge for Critical International Opening Phase

Latest A woman will steer Phuket International Airport at a most important time when the new international terminal is due to open and debate is taking place about the future of Phuket tourism.

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Body of American Man Discovered by Residents in Phuket Street

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Latest Residents of Phuket found the body of an American man in a street in Kamala at the weekend. There were no obvious signs of what could have caused his death, say police. More »

Railway Worker Given Death Sentence for Rape, Murder of Girl on Train

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Latest A rape and murder case that brought nationwide attention in Thailand concludes with a death sentence for a young rail worker who killed a 13-year-old and threw her body out a window. More »

Australia Shirks Universal Obligations, Shrinks as an Asia Pacific Role Model

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Latest Australia's pay-to-play bid to justify national selfishness by exporting genuine refugees to poor Cambodia does not fool the UN - and it probably won't fool Aussie voters for much longer, either. More »

Aussie Stabbed on Phuket Jets Out: Patong Police Reluctant to Talk

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

News Analysis The Australian man stabbed with a bottle in an incident in Patong in which a schoolboy was also stabbed has flown out of Thailand. It's believed the case is closed. But police are saying nothing. More »

Minister Earns Slap on the Wrist for ID Idea for Thailand Tourists

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

News Analysis A suggestion by the Minister for Tourism that tourists should be issued with ID wristbands is no more logical or practical than the suggestion that rape whistles be issued to female visitors. More »

Phuket Dolphinarium Decision Likely 'in About Two Weeks'

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Latest Whether the Phuket Dolphinarium is permitted to open should become evident in about two weeks, according to a Phuket official who says two Bangkok commttees are looking at the issue. More »

Baby Gammy Charity to Buy Home for Surrogate Mother in Thailand

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Latest Money raised in an appeal for surrogate Baby Gammy, left in Thailand by an Australian couple, is to be spent on a home for the boy's family near Bangkok. More »

Honkers Goes Bonkers; Thailand Invents Robot Taster; Video Clue to Koh Tao Killings

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Phuket Updating Digest The umbrella revolution for the liberty of Hong Kong continues; Thailand tries a robot as food taster; Ebola breakthrough imminent; Video clue to double murder. More »

Phuket Airport Gains Woman in Charge for Critical International Opening Phase

Monday, September 29, 2014

Latest A woman will steer Phuket International Airport at a most important time when the new international terminal is due to open and debate is taking place about the future of Phuket tourism. More »

Phuket's Southern Beaches: What Tourists Can Expect to Find

Monday, September 29, 2014

Latest Nai Harn, Rawai, Laem Ka, Ta Nui and Ao Sane: we sweep around Phuket's southern beaches to see what's changed since the military banned sunbeds and other commercial activity. More »

Wednesday October 1, 2014
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