PHUKET: At a time when few major newspapers are available on the newsstands of Phuket, the Gazette will be out on schedule tomorrow morning, November 29, with all deliveries completed by 2pm – despite the shutdown of Bangkok’s Suvarnaphumi airport and limited service out of Don Muang.
To ensure that our commitment to readers continues uninterrupted, a tradition started with our launch issue 16 years ago, the Gazette has made special arrangements with a major Phuket-based tour company to place tomorrow’s issue on board a coach leaving Bangkok tonight, in good time for arrival here at 8am.
Our regular daily coverage of the drama unfolding in the nation’s capital will continue on the Web. Check here for frequent updates prepared by Gazette reporter Atchaa Khamlo who has just returned to Phuket from Bangkok, where she was assigned to cover the drama at the airport and mingled shoulder to shoulder with the protesters as they implemented their “final battle”.
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