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Vol.XXI. No.20
Friday May 17 - May 23, 2013
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It’s that time of year again - back to school

Children are having fun trying on their new school uniforms, and thanks to the increase in minimum wage, parents are having more fun buying them, too.

Continued


Pattaya bureaucrats mix study with sightseeing on government-funded Scandinavian junket

Pattaya officials mixed stops at a Norwegian city hall and Danish incinerator with sightseeing at historical spots on a nine-day government-paid junket intended to improve their understanding of tourism’s impact on the environment.
Continued

 

More News >>

Officials prep for AEC with lecture, junket
Navy boss visits 3 injured marines in Sattahip
Pattaya Court to offer free legal advice
Pattaya police chief fired in gambling-raid controversy
Banglamung District arrests 11 in casino raid that costs Pattaya police chief his job
2 Bulgarians arrested for fake ATM card use
Bang Saray drivers kill 2 deer, injured a third
Sattahip authorities arrest 7 suspected drug dealers
4 Burmese arrested for killing countryman in Bang Saray
Colors of the East festival moves to Jomtien May 23-26

Chonburi authorities block illegal chemical dump site

Chonburi officials have blocked off a Banbung District pit dug to illegally dump chemicals and will test area residents to check for toxic exposure.

Continued

 

Skål International Koh Samui hosts first Ladders for Leaders workshop

Koh Samui, Thailand, May 9, 2013 - The Skål International-Samui club welcomed international councilor for Skål Thailand, Scott Michael Smith to the island. Scott, Assumption University’s Course Coordinator in the Department of Hospitality and Tourism and popular industry trainer organized a very special training seminar for future leaders.
Continued

More TRAVEL & TOURISM>>

Bangkok Airways launches its 5 airline mascots


W Retreat Koh Samui unveils unique ‘Sail Thru’ concept
 
Public Health Ministry to develop Thailand as ASEAN medical hub to draw more revenues

The Public Health Ministry plans to develop Thailand as ASEAN’s medical hub, aiming to draw in more foreigners for medical treatment by 10 percent/year.

Continued

More Our community >>

No author wants to be a time bandit


Imperial Mae Ping Hotel Chiang Mai to host fundraising gala dinner & dance
Bangsaen orphans live the high life at Thai Garden Resort
100 join THAI and hotels in Pattaya Beach cleanup
 
Young Marines Pattaya attend ANZAC Day in Kanchanaburi

At dawn on 25 April 1915, the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC), along with forces from Britain, India, and France landed on the shores of Gallipoli during World War I. Casualties were extremely heavy during this campaign. Continued

Our Children >>

GIS Primary students stage stunning performance of The Grunch


St. Andrews Green Valley hosts Rock Music Concert
Back to School with Jesters’ help 
IB students achieve places at first choice universities 
 
Barbarians defend Cup title at 2013 Pattaya Rugby Festival

The waiting was finally over for the 2013 Amari Orchid Pattaya Chris Kays Memorial Rugby Tournament and we hoped that we had planned for every eventuality. Hot weather was forecast for the weekend of May 4-5 and all the signs were good.   Continued

More Sports >>
Crumpton Oaks Cider Monday Pool League
Thailand Windsurfing Championships draw entrants from 8 countries


Ji-Soo solo effort sees ‘Dolphins’ win at last
Stuvik secures double F3 podium in Portugal
No Turkish delight for City
 
Paul Oakenfold rocks the floor in Bangkok

Normally Thursday’s are a fairly lame night out at the Narz Club in Bangkok as everyone awaits the arrival of the weekend. Not so however when England’s numero uno DJ is in town!

Continued

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Employees are entitled to 13 paid public holidays 

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