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Vol.XXI. No.17
Friday April 26 - May 02, 2013
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20 injured in speedboat collision

The vessel the Kor Nongmai 7 (left) suffered a gaping hole in its side during a crash with the Khemthong (right), which sustained only minor damage to its bow. Tourism Ministry officials are again promising stricter regulations after 18 South Korean tourists, 1 Korean guide and 1 Thai guide were injured, five seriously, when two speedboats collided off Koh Larn.

Continued


Public-health volunteerstrained in food safety

Sajika Sanguansat and Phasakorn Channgam Area officials organized a food-safety seminar to help train public-health volunteers in food-preparation sanitation.
Continued

 

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Wednesday is Labor Day
Tropical storm wreaks havoc in Sattahip 
Volunteers remove mountain of garbage after Pattaya Songkran  
Traffic police plentiful during Songkran
Thais rush to buy gold after price plunge, despite threat of bear market  
Drug suspect caught after crashing into police cars  
Banglamung escapes increase in national Songkran death toll
Bull dies in fight at Sattahip elephant camp
Sattahip police trying to indentify dead foreigner

‘Doctors at Home’program expanded

Pattaya is expanding its “Doctors at Home” project, adding up to five more teams of physicals and nurses to make house calls on the city’s elderly and infirm.

Continued

 

Myanmar - letting the dust settle

Armin Schoch, formerly of Diethelm Travel and now of Impulse Travel, talking recently as guest speaker at the March meeting of Skål International Chiangmai & North Thailand about the conditions in Burma today, noted that the country still had a way to go in terms of infrastructure development, as well as resolving political conflicts such as the Buddhist - Muslim sectarian violence that has recently erupted.
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More TRAVEL & TOURISM>>

Dusit Thani Pattaya is second among top 100 hotels in Starway World Best Hotels Awards held in Moscow


Thailand announces new Minister of Tourism
Skål International asks “What is the tourism industry doing about human rights?”
 
Nose-diving gold prices batter Thai pawnshops

The plunge in gold prices has wreaked havoc on Thai pawnshops where 80 percent of received assets are the precious metal, according to the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA).

Continued

More Our community >>

Hollywood Moments at PCEC  


F&B association holds reunion party  
Centara’s Zulu bar hosts April Lighthouse Club mixer  
Pattaya Mail marks Songkran with ‘Rod Nam Dum Hua’ ceremony  
 
Transforming lives through the power of play

If we are to ask children what they enjoy doing the most, there can be many answers surfacing from this one simple question - like listening to a fairytale from their parents or spending time playing sports with their friends.
 
Continued

Our Children >>

Songkran - a traditional start


 
Pattaya Sports Club Bowling League

This was a very interesting week with only two teams changing positions on the leader board. Café Kronborg regained first place from Indiana after splitting their match with Semper FI with each team winning two points.
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More Sports >>

Crumpton Oaks Dry Cider Wednesday Darts League
Pattaya 9-Ball Pool League


Monday DI Premier League Darts
Thursday 501 Darts League
Friday 601 Darts League
 
Life at 33 1/3: Same title, different albums

Their U.S. label could not wait until autumn for a new Stones album.

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More swimming in the floods  
Why destroy the environment?  
Too much traffic, not enough parking 

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