Phuket, Thailand Newswire (Page 3)

Phuket, Thailand Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Phuket, Thailand. (Page 3)

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  1. Ash cloud cancels more Bali flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Mercury

    JETSTAR has cancelled all flights in and out of Bali tonight but is hopeful of resuming services in the morning. The low fares carrier had earlier delayed scheduled services in the hope the ash cloud over Denpasar might clear but it is yet to oblige.

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  2. Get a kick out of PhuketRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Iol.co.za

    The enormity of what I'm about to do hits me as I lumber up the rickety iron steps and into the ring. Bemused-looking holidaymakers have taken a break from their combat training and are craning their necks, curious as to why there is a cameraman trailing me across the canvas.

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  3. Bali flights cancelled as ash returnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | The Mercury

    Virgin Australia has scrapped five flights to Denpasar and five flights out of Ngurah Rai airport following a deterioration in conditions. Jetstar is yet to announce any changes but its operations team is looking at the situation with the erupting Mount Raung.

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  4. Red Planet to target tech-savvy guestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | The Nation

    Red Planet Hotels is redefining 24 properties with 3,783 rooms, including four hotels in Thailand, as the first digital value-hotel group to capture more young travellers. "The group will be opening the new brand's flagship properties in Tokyo and Bangkok this year," Tim Hansing, chief executive officer, said yesterday.

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  5. On the trail of the sea bass pirates: High stakes on the high seasRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Los Angeles Times

    A toothfish is hauled aboard the Kundun off New Zealand. Patagonian and Arctic toothfish, marketed as Chilean sea bass, are protected because of overfishing, but priate operations harvest them anyway.

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  6. Shame on Liow: Transport Ministry Sabotaging Penang with cruise ship closure - Guan EngRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Malaysia Chronicle

    ... The company's SuperStar Libra cruise ship has also stopped its weekly cruises from Penang to Krabi and Phuket, Thailand last week. "We are helpless in this as cruise providers are not under the state but under the federal government so Putrajaya ...

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  7. Take a Worldwide Culinary Tour With PASSPORT MagazineRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 21 | PRWeb

    ... must-visit dining destination that is attracting some of the world's greatest chefs. Pack your bags for Phuket, Thailand , where three extraordinary chefs are sourcing local, organic produce, highlighting unique Thai flavors and spices, and using ...

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  8. BANGKOK: Don Mueang lifts new baggage rule after chaosRead the original story

    Monday Jul 20 | Asia News Network

    Airports of Thailand yesterday hastily called off its strict screening measures at Don Mueang International Airport, which it had just imposed on Friday, after they caused mayhem, with passengers languishing behind long queues and many almost missing their flights. The revised rules required not only checked-in luggage but also carry-ons to be X-rayed before entering the departure area.

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  9. Meteorologists forecast more rain in ThailandRead the original story

    Monday Jul 20 | Pattaya Mail

    With a monsoon trough moving across the North and the North East of the country and another gaining power in the Andaman Sea, more precipitation can be expected resulting in heavy rainfall in some areas. Meanwhile sea conditions are not ideal at this time of year in the Andaman Sea off Phuket province and other lower coastal provinces.

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  10. Kata plans listing to help expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | Bangkok Post

    Surfers enjoy the beaches of Phuket, where Kata Group is based. The company is upbeat about the island's tourism prospects despite the current slowdown.a Phuket-based hotel company Kata Group plans to raise 1-2 billion baht from listing on the stock market in 2017 to expand its hotel business in Thailand and Indochina.

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  11. Trang: Thailand's next big island-hopping destinationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | CNN

    The 40-square-kilometer Koh Libong is Trang's biggest island. It's home to one of Thailand's last wild dugong populations.

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  12. US fraud fugitive nabbed in PhuketRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | Bangkok Post

    Theodore Andrew Werner, 48, was taken to a press conference at the Central Investigation Bureau in Bangkok on Monday following his arrest at a condominium in the southern resort island Saturday. CIB deputy chief Charn Wimolsri said the arrest came after a US law-enforcement unit in Thailand asked the CIB to locate Mr Werner, who had been hiding in the kingdom, and deport him to the US.

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  13. Phuket Hotel Group To Undertake IPORead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | Thephuketinsider.com

    The island-based hospitality group Kata Group Resorts has made public plans to undertake an initial public offering (IPO) on the Stock Exchange of Thailand in 2017. One of the key pipeline projects is a large-scale hotel and community mall in Patong, which will be called The Landmark.

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  14. AOT lifts new rule after chaosRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | The Nation

    Long queues form at airline check-in counters inside Don Mueang International Airport yesterday due to stricter security measures that drew many complaints. AIRPORTS OF Thailand yesterday hastily called off its strict screening measures at Don Mueang International Airport, which it had just imposed on Friday, after they caused mayhem, with passengers languishing behind long queues and many almost missing their flights.

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  15. Taipei second most-searched for on Chinese hotel websiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | The China Post

    Taipei was second-top of the list of destinations searched for on the Hotel.com Chinese-language website in the first five months of 2015, following Hong Kong, according to an annual Hotel.com study on outbound travel by mainland Chinese travelers. Asian destinations comprised nine out of the top 10 spots on the list, with Paris the only non-Asian destination in the top 10 - Hong Kong, Taipei, Bangkok, Seoul, Phuket, Tokyo, Osaka, Chiang Mai, Singapore and Paris - the 2015, or fourth edition of the Hotel.com Chinese International Travel Monitor shows.

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  16. Wellington man in coma in Thailand gives brother thumbs-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | Stuff.co.nz

    A Wellington man in a coma in Thailand has woken up long enough to give his brother a thumbs-up. "He gave [brother] Mark a thumbs-up at about 1.25 this morning," PJ's brother Joe Lupi said from Wellington.

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  17. Kiwi in coma gives the 'thumbs up'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | The New Zealand Herald

    A New Zealand man in a coma in Thailand after a scooter crash has given a thumbs up from his hospital bed. Paul 'PJ' Lupi, 28, suffered severe facial injuries in the incident in the popular holiday destination of Phuket last week.

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  18. Thailand tries Australian journalist Alan Morison and his Thai colleagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | The Age

    Phuket: Testimony began on Tuesday in a criminal defamation lawsuit filed by Thailand's navy against a small news website over a report it posted saying naval forces accepted money to assist or turn a blind eye to the trafficking of refugees from Myanmar by sea. The navy also accused two journalists from the Phuketwan website with violating Thailand's Computer Crime Act by publishing the article online.

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  19. The Islamization of ThailandRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 14 | Asian Correspondent

    The perceived relative homogeneity of Thai culture and society is being challenged on multiple fronts today. So much has been said about the socio-economic division within Thai society, epitomized by the 'red' versus 'yellow' shirt movements, and political outcomes over the last decade and a half. 5 comments

  20. 'Drop the charges'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | Bangkok Post

    There was plenty of support for Phuketwan journalists Alan Morison and Chutima Sidasathian as the Navy ploughed ahead with its defamation suit against the pair at the Phuket Provincial Court. A United Nations human rights body has joined an international chorus of criticism and urged the government to drop charges against two Phuket online journalists being sued by the Royal Thai Navy for defamation in connection with a Rohingya trafficking story.

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