PHUKET: The second and last public hearing was held at the meeting room of the Supalai Resort & Spa in Pa Khlok yesterday (Oct 11) for a new B450 million marina and sports complex project at Ao Kung Bay in Pa Khlok with disapproval for the project bei
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PHUKET: A team of experts from the Royal Thai Navy’s Mine Squadron say that the object found on Nai Yang Beach last week is not a torpedo. After inspecting the device this morning, they believe it is a float used to clear mines.
The mysterious object found in the sea of Nai Yang Beach has been revealed as “Oropesa”, a buoy from a naval minesweeper from World War II. The object is not harmful. The team from the Mine Squadron and Explosives Ordinance Division of the Ro
SWITZERLAND: So much of the world’s gold and silver passes through Switzerland to be refined yearly that an estimated value of over B100mn regularly gets flushed into their sewage system, Swiss researchers revealed in a report on Tuesday (Oct 10).
PHUKET: An Olive Ridley sea turtle is in the care of the Phuket Marine Biological Centre (PMBC) after tourists spotted the turtle trapped in a discarded fishing net just off Nai Harn Beach yesterday Oct (11).