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Vol.XXI. No.18
Friday May 3 - May 9, 2013
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Transport Ministry orders Marine Department shakeup

There are more than 1,000 speedboats operating in the Pattaya area, as well as almost 500 jet skis. A top Transport Ministry official ordered an immediate reorganization of the Marine Department and retraining of rescue workers in the wake of the April boat accident that injured 18 South Korean tourists, along with a Korean and Thai guide.

Continued


Sattahip officials raid snake farm selling snake blood to randy tourists

Sattahip officials raided a snake farm where tourists were caught drinking cobra blood to increase their sexual potency.
Continued

 

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Speedboat drivers blame each other for accident that injured 20 Koreans
Lucky lizard freed from Sattahip hole in wall  
Beach chair vendors admit to nearly doubling prices for rentals  
3 marines killed in south return to Sattahip base
4 arrested on drugs, guns charges  
Indians robbed after 4 a.m. massage  
Robbery believed motive behind brutal Rayong killing of Cambodian woman
Cambodian child electrocuted in Nong Plalai
Parents distraught over mysterious death of 5-year-old daughter

Bureaucrats told to better balance Pattaya tourism, environment

Pattaya bureaucrats were told they must do more to mitigate the impact of tourism and industry on the environment at a two-day seminar organized by the city and Burapha University.

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Luca Pulese appointed executive chef

Dominique Ronge, General Manager of Centara Grand Pratamnak Resort Pattaya, has announced the appointment of Luca Pulese as Executive Chef. Luca is an Italian national who has 20 years of experience in the hospitality.
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More TRAVEL & TOURISM>>

Handing over the reins of the Thai Garden Resort kitchen operations


Metlife meeting meets Royal Cliff’s Green Standards
Thailand is ready for TTM 2013 June 5-7
 
Finance Ministry eyes Monetary Policy Committee’s action on baht

The Bank of Thailand (BoT) was instructed to discuss with the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) measures to slow down foreign capital inflow and tame the surging Thai baht, according to the deputy prime minister and finance minister.

Continued

More Our community >>

Coronary artery disease is the leading cause of death, even in Thailand  


Area hospitals see 150% increase at blood drive  
Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya officially opens Pizzeria  
Matrix Developments CEO celebrates 50th birthday  
 
52 Navy kids spend holiday in English camp

More than 50 children of Royal Thai Navy families improved their language skills at a three-day English camp at Thien Talay Beach.
 
Continued

Our Children >>

80 students attend environmental conservation camp


80 kids steered away from drugs at navy sports camp
UK football coach donates kit to Thai children  
Garden Goes Green(er) 
 
Pattaya Sports Club Bowling League

Kran Nielsen bowled games of 181, 173 and 192 for a 546 series to lead her Café Kronborg team to a three-point win over Brother D and they remain in first place. Tue Pettae bowled a 529 series for Brother D.
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More Sports >>

WKD Tuesday Darts League
Crumpton Oaks Cider Monday Pool League


Friday 601 Darts League
Thursday 501 Darts League
Monday DI Premier League Darts
 
Life at 33 1/3:The perfect album

I read all about this album in the New Musical Express while camping on the small island of Mærdø right outside of Arendal in southern Norway.

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