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Friday October 26 - Novenber 1, 2012
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HTMS Mataphon sinks off Koh Larn

A barge with heavy crane tows the HTMS Mataphon out to its new home off Koh Larn, were the ship was sunk to begin its new “mission” as an underwater diving site near Koh Larn. Officials said the sinking will help restore the marine ecosystem and be a place of knowledge for students, residents and tourists.

Continued


Koh Samet Pier to close Nov. 1

Officials inspect the unfinished new pier, which is still a mess, whilst making the decision to close the dangerously decrepit old pier.

Continued

 

More News >>

Navy seeks Rayong fishing fleet owner for using Cambodian crews
Auk Pansaa this week 
City pays contractors for continuing water system work 
Transport Ministry continues public hearings on Highway 7 extension 
7 car fire in Najomtien not arson, police rule
Shot fired in air comes down to hit sleeping 14-year-old 
Boisterous Belgian bounced into drunk tank 
Pair rob wheelchair-bound Swedish woman in Rayong
Police drug sting turns into hostage standoff

100 homeowners outraged over water outage near Siam Country Club

Collapsing land, broken water pipes, and the rainy season have combined to cause misery for residents of Fah Mi Aad Kan Village.

Continued

 
Indonesian import measures take toll on Thai fruits

Thailand has been impacted by Indonesia’s import restrictions on fruit following a free-trade agreement (FTA) between ASEAN and China. Minister Counselor Vilasinee Nonsrichai of the Trade Negotiations Department’s Commercial Affairs Office in Jakarta said the Thai market in Indonesia has been heavily impacted by fruit imports from China,Continued

More BUSINESS>>

Policy interest rate cut unrelated to interest movement: BoT


Domestic auto sales hit record high in September
Volume of Thailand rice exports decreases 44% in first nine months this year
NBTC receives first 3G payments from two operators

 
Captain’s Corner refurbished and George Sinatra resurrected!

Pattaya Mail’s Peter Malhotra (2nd left) congratulates the Ottesen family, Ib (left), Kannikar and Ploy Pailin (2nd right and right) on their grand reopening.

Continued

More Our community >>

Honesty is the best policy 


Frozen food on menu at Makro HoReCa Day  
Hard Rock Hotel celebrates 11 years in Pattaya  
PILC prepares for Christmas Bazaar, thanks sponsors  

 

 
Pattaya School No. 8 opens tourism-education center

Aaporn Rajsingho, director of Pattaya School No. 8, speaks on the creation of the tourism education center.

Continued

Our Children >>

Pattaya’s KC Dance Studio wins Channel 3 Competition 
Regent’s dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge to raise money for Kate’s Project! 
Dynamite Diwali at GIS 
  

 

 
Pattaya Sports Club Bowling League

Tukata Thompson bowled a 505 series to lead Green Tree to a three point win over first place Brother D. Brand bowling as a spare had a 512 series.

Continued

More Sports >>

Pattaya Sports Club Bowling League
Toddy says goodbye with a win
The Donkey’s medal by a nose
Moore masterclass at Crystal Bay
Niisato nails it at Khao Kheow
Deadly Smedley makes it a week of wins
 
Delights & Surprises at King Power Pattaya Complex and Downtown Complex Bangkok

King Power Downtown Complex and King Power Pattaya Complex are holding a special promotional event until October 31 called “Delights & Surprises - The Gallery of Luxury”.

Continued

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