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Vol.XXI. No.21
Friday May 24 - May 30, 2013
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9 years on, Jomtien Second Road remains a perilous mess

With no working traffic lights, this intersection of Jomtien 2nd Road and Soi Wat Bunkanchanaram is a free-for-all and the site of traffic accidents.

Continued


 

Another 100 complete drug rehab in Sattahip

Another 100 Sattahip residents escaped jail sentences for drug charges when they agreed to enter a 10-day “behavior modification camp” run by the Royal Thai Navy aimed at rehabilitating them.
Continued

 

More News >>

Tourism group head rebukes members for weak support of Pattaya Grand Sale
Today (Friday) is Visakha Bucha Day
Navy takes delivery of 3 patrol boats
GPS navigation, insurance required under draft marine-safety plan
Pattaya readies water pumps for rainy season
Drug-dealing suspect escapes Pattaya police jail
Kuwaiti robbed of 300,000 baht by transvestite hooker
Soi Buakaow beer bar busted for trafficking underage girl
Teen slashed on Third Road
Teen ex-con arrested for Beach Road burglaries

Sattahip residents bet big, lose on snake nest

Ever searching for inspiration, Sattahip residents rushed to buy lottery tickets with the number 19 after someone discovered a snake in a cassava field with 19 eggs.

Continued

 

International councilor for Skål Thailand receives warm welcome from former Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya GM Andrew Khoo in Bali

Andrew Khoo, former general manager at the Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya and current general manager of the Hard Rock Hotel Bali welcomed International Skål councilor - Thailand, Scott Smith on his recent trip to Bali. Scott was on the “Island of the Gods” with Skålleague Tori Phonphai to attend the International Councilors’ Midyear Meeting at the Nikko Resort and to celebrate Skål Bali’s 20th Anniversary.
Continued

More TRAVEL & TOURISM>>

Bangkok Airways introduces non-stop Bangkok-Krabi route


 
Local businessmen eye BNI chapter in Pattaya

The Business Networking Institute is eyeing expansion to Pattaya with the formation of a new chapter for the organization which claims to be the “world’s largest referral organization.”

Continued

More Our community >>

Driving in Thailand can be hazardous


Foodland thanks customers with International Food & Beverage Party
Dusit Thani donates 300,000 baht to Buddhist college
Pattaya Sports Club make roomfor Karunyawet Home for Disabled Ladies
 
A day out for a good cause

Returning for a third year, The Regent’s School Pattaya’s Picnic in the Park was a wonderful day, buzzing with community spirit. 

Continued

Our Children >>

When football becomes art


A normal life
Green Pattaya Community Big Buddha Hill clean up  
Jesters Fair’s new venue is now official at The Regent’s School Pattaya 
 
‘The Rajah’ is awarded the Medal

Chaten ‘the Rajah’ Patel is recognized as a player who can shoot as well as he wants and that potential was realized again on Sunday with a monthly medal winning net 68 off a 13 handicap.  Continued

More Sports >>
Mabprachan Pool Team Knock-Out
Crumpton Oaks Cider Monday Pool League


Nick the Pizza Friday 601 Darts League
Khao Noi Sports Bar Thursday Darts League
The Sportsman Monday Darts League
 
Life at 33 1/3:The forgotten classic

An album that ended up in a squeeze between “Deep Purple In Rock” and “Machine Head”. There were no epic celestial journeys like “Child In Time” on it, neither did any of the tracks deliver monster riffs the like one that turned “Smoke On The Water” into a rock band’s wet dream.

Continued

COMMUNITY HAPPENINGSS

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An improvement, but not enough 
Beware of dengue 
Off the center line  

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