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Phuket News
Four injured as car smashes into electric pole
PHUKET: A driver and three passengers were hospitalised after their car lost control and hit an electric pole on Srisoonthorn Rd in Thalang on Monday (Feb 18).
Italian tourist gored as trekking elephant goes wild
PHUKET: An Italian tourist was gored after he and his friend were thrown to the ground during an attack by an elephant they were riding during a jungle trek in Phang Nga yesterday (Feb 19).
Depressed out-of-work chef found hanged
PHUKET: A chef depressed after losing his job in the fall in tourism late last year was found hanged at his rented room in Wichit yesterday (Feb 19), where he lived with his long-term partner and his 10-year-old child.
Fashion mourns death of ‘Kaiser’ Karl Lagerfeld
PARIS: The fashion world was plunged into mourning yesterday (Feb 19) by the death of legendary designer Karl Lagerfeld, the rapier-witted dandy who ruled over the industry for half a century.
Aircraft maintenance worker, 22, dies after motorbike hits parked bus
PHUKET: A 22-year-old man died after the motorbike he was riding slammed into the back of a bus parked by the side of the road on the main road to the airport early this morning (Feb 19).
Election Commission issues defamation warning
BANGKOK: The Office of the Election Commission (EC) warns that posting text, sharing or commenting on messages that defame political candidates violates the Computer Crime Act.
Krabi drug raids net M16 rifles, 200k meth pills
PHUKET:: A series of co-ordinated raids at 23 locations across Krabi early yesterday morning (Feb 18) netted more than 200,000 methamphetamine pills (ya bah) and a slew of firearms, including three M16 rifles.
Power outage in Thalang
PHUKET: The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) Thalang office has announced that the electricity supply will be temporarily shut off in parts of Thalang on Thursday (Feb 21) as works are carried out on installing new high-voltage power cables.
Disaster officials issue fire warning as small wildfires break out
PHUKET: Prapan Kanprasang, Chief of the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Phuket office (DDPM-Phuket), has warned people to beware wildfires after blazes broke out at five separate locations across the island on Sunday (Feb 16).
Phuket health officials, police unite to enforce Makha Bucha alcohol ban
PHUKET: The Phuket Provincial Health Office (PPHO) has warned that health officials working together with police will enforce the nationwide ban on the sale of alcohol for the Makha Bucha religious holiday tomorrow (Feb 19).
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Private hospital in Malaysia says sorry for 'racist' scholarship ad
PETALING JAYA: A private hospital in Kedah has apologised for putting up a scholarship advertisement "deemed racist" by the public on social media.
Fashion diplomacy: S. Korea officials don coats with message to Kim
Seoul - Seoul security officials are wearing jackets embroidered with a secret well-wishing message for Kim Jong Un, deploying a code representing key moments in inter-Korean relations ahead of a summit between the North Korean and US leaders.
Australia rejects Sirul’s asylum bid, to be deported
PETALING JAYA: Sirul Azhar Umar, who was convicted of murdering Mongolian Altantuya Sharibuu, had an appeal for political asylum rejected by an Australian court on Monday (Feb 18).
Thais in Australia top overseas voter registration 
Thai expats in Australia are the largest group of overseas voters, with 16,183 registering to vote, reported the Interior Ministry on Wednesday.
Pacquiao tells son: 'You don't need to box'
Manila - Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao said Wednesday he has urged his eldest son to stay out of the ring after the 19-year-old's forays into fighting made young man's mother cry.
Soldiers on forest-fire frontline in North
Thai soldiers’ enemy of the moment is forest fires, which they’re battling in Lamphun and Chiang Mai with shovel-wielding troops and a pair of MI17 helicopters that earlier helped douse fires in Lampang.
Tak horror as man walks into town with bloodied slain son in his arms
A Myanmar man is in police custody in Tak after allegedly slashing the throat of his six-year-old son.
Politicians tell the Army chief to remain neutral 
Parties say they have right to propose policies and the general has no business to interfere
Amended Narcotics Act comes into effect, leaves door open for monopoly, say experts
THE PROBLEM of illicit patent registration continues to linger, as academics believe the hasty legalisation of medical cannabis has opened up a legal loophole for big pharmaceutical firms to reverse the revocation of 10 controversial patent applications.
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