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Areas in Phuket Town to have water shut off tomorrow

PHUKET: The Water Department of Phuket City Municipality yesterday (May 26) announced that the water supply will be shut-off from 9am to 5pm tomorrow (May 27) while new pumps are installed at the Suan Luang Rama IX Park reservoir.


Tanyaluk Sakoot

Friday 26 May 2017, 11:24AM

Several areas in Phuket Town will be affected by tomorrow's (May 27) shut-off. Photo: The Phuket News/file
Several areas in Phuket Town will be affected by tomorrow's (May 27) shut-off. Photo: The Phuket News/file

Areas to be affected by the shut-off will be Chao Fa East Rd from the Yee Teng Intersection to Dowroong School, Sakdidet Rd from Tha Kleng junction to Sakdidet Rd Soi 1, the whole of Sakdidet Rd Soi 1, Bangkok Rd from the Yee Teng Intersection to the Phuket Garden bridge, the whole of Phoonpon Rd and Phoonpon sois 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9, Pathipat Rd from Jui Tui Shrine to the Yee Teng Intersection, and all of the Chao Fa Village.

After the repairs are complete, which will take one day, water pressure in the area will return to normal.

Phuket City Municipality apologises for an inconvenience caused,” officials said.

For more information please call the Phuket Water Authority on 076-212196 or 099-487038.



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Kurt | 01 June 2017 - 13:04:05

Jor12 forgot conveniently to mention that people in UK, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Swiss, Italy, Spain, France, Portugal, Russia etc, etc learn in schools 3-4 languages 'over the border'. 
Languages as English, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Russian, French, portugese.
It are all languages learned and spoken over the national borders.
This are all 'world languages'.

Trump is not tearing up treaties, it are not HIS treaties.
Actually many USA States are very much forwarding/continuing with the Paris Treaty despite Trumps yes/no.. Even Russia and China understand the future value of such treaty.
It is about survival of mother earth.
About a livable future for our children on this planet.

The EU will not fall apart. The EU countries together agree more than disagree about matters.
The balance will always be positive. 
Democratic processes are not perfect, there are no better options.
We see how things go in non democratic countries.
More poorness, more society tensions, blocked development, etc.

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Jor12 | 01 June 2017 - 11:41:35

Kurt... you admirably demonstrate what I was talking about.

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Kurt | 31 May 2017 - 19:44:33

Pauly44:  Your comments are very impressive. Always very well said.
But here we have a point, I not like to see thai as being bowing down to join the international community.
In contrary, Thai should upgrading themselves with their head up in joining more international, making things better for themselves, specially for the many uneducated poor thai people.
To many poor thai people only can wath 'free thai tv' with just 5 thai channels ( hello, 2017!), not having the money to join international tv channels.
They are blocked.
It is funny and sad, that most expats in Thailand know better what is going on in Thailand than many thai .

Expats observe many thai ceremonial things on tv, like it is a movie, but, what is it bringing to lift the life of the poor thai people.?

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Jor12 | 31 May 2017 - 18:42:06 are slowly getting it. Your reference to the 18th Century is correct. One just needs to look and what occurred to indigenous peoples all around the world that were colonised - Phillipines, American, New Zealand, Australia etc. The "conquerors" brushed aside the indigenious people, took their land; introduced their laws, and imposed their customs, language and mores on them. 

What you are seeing now by commentators on here (the neo colonialists) is a repeat of what occurred in the past - brushing aside the culture of the Thai people and wanting to impose their ideology from whence they came. I have lived in countries where there was no running water, electricity or toilet facilities, but here you have whingers who complain about power failures! It's great that Thai authorities can tell the American Ambassador or anyone else who criticises them to take a flying jump. 

The language is not isolated. It is taught and spoken by some 67 million Thai people, like Germany where some 80 million speak German or Russia etc.

The world is a changing. Trump is tearing up treaties; China is making islands in the South China Sea for itself taking no notice of International law and Court rulings and the silly EU is slowly breaking up.

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Pauly44 | 31 May 2017 - 17:28:06

Kurt; It is well known Thailand want the tourist dollars but not the tourists, don't expect them to be bowing down to make anything better for them anytime soon. Now for Eagle & Jor 12, my last comment was conveniently left out, I have the right to comment just as anyone, my personal connection with Thailand is nobodies business but mine, rest assured I have enough experience with the place to know EXACTLY how it ticks, I am by no means concerned, just feel the need to correct both of you as in my mind your comments are almost always inconsistent with reality & hypocritical.

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Kurt | 31 May 2017 - 16:14:48

What is wrong with this people who think still in 18 centuries setting, in terms of neo colonialism and so? ( circle the wagons and keep them out)
It sounds so hatred.
Completely bypassing international developments, on paper join international treaties ( freedom of press, expression, etc), be a member of Asean, but in practice not educate people as we experience here from a few reactors.
Just navel staring.

Yes, In Thailand the national language is thai. Ok, with respect.
But it is a isolated language, it not clutch with the world outside Thailand.
The outside world is bigger, it brings in the by TAT so excited reports of tourist spending, spending Thailand needs.

Who get more 'harmed', Thailand or the outside world by language isolation?

Now I go to suggest ( again) something what will put some reactors on tilt. hahaha. It be so.
Why not have a multi language sign law in Thailand?
In Singapore, where ever you are or look, everything is in 4 languages.
It makes everyone feel appreciated and create harmony.
Why Thailand can not now, with help of section 44, makes Thailand a dual language country?
The local language thai + the international language English.
It will contribute to thai prosperity, not hurt Thailand.

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Jor12 | 31 May 2017 - 14:37:54

Pauly44...what are you talking about? The article is about water supply, not electricity. I don't need to tell you anything, work things out for yourself. You are making assertions as usual that are not correct. 

This is Thailand where the language is Thai. It doesn't have to be in English for you Anglophile, neo colonialists. If you don't want to learn, then go back to your English speaking world.

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Pauly44 | 31 May 2017 - 07:21:04

Jor 12; Do you know for a fact it was, which English media?? From experience it is Standard practice & a regular occurrence in Thailand as electricity network is sub standard or as a result of all the constant construction work which they then need to repair, they do inform sometimes but not always, happens quite regularly incase you hadn't noticed & very annoying.

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Jor12 | 30 May 2017 - 10:31:56 listen to what is being said, "how do you know it was not announced? Because no word of it in PN?" Pure guessing on the part of commentators.

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Pauly44 | 29 May 2017 - 19:16:15

Eagle; listen what both Rorii & Kurt are saying if they are going to preplan a power cut off just tell the community so they can make alternative plans, not difficult, only common courtesy all be it very inconvenient, nobody cares about batteries etc. that is not the point, get it?

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