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Vol.XXI. No.29
Friday JULY 19 - JULY 25, 2013
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Pattaya Mail turns 20!

July 23, 2013 will be the 20th anniversary of the day first Pattaya Mail, Vol. I No. 1, hit the newsstands. By all accounts, it is just shy of a miracle that we made it this far. The fact that we did is in no small part due to you the reader, you the advertiser, and you the contributor. It is with heartfelt thanks that we salute you and hope we may continue to live up to your expectations for the years to come. On Tuesday, July 23, we will release a 20 page supplement marking some of the highlights of those 20 years. We do hope you will enjoy reading it as much as we did researching and publishing it.

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2 years after national regulation, 20% of Pattaya drinking-water machines still contaminated with bacteria

More than two years after national public-health officials began regulating drinking-water vending machines, Pattaya still has not cleaned up its dispensers, with more than 200 providing below-standard water.
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More News >>

Work on Bangkok-Ban Chang Highway extension to begin in 2015
Expect traffic delays on marathon Sunday
Naklua’s Soi Kanrua to get new drainage system
Pattaya threatens demolition of illegally expanded Boutique Hotel
Koh Chang Preservation Group leader arrested in April plot to kill Pong village chief
Dutch-Thai gay couple arrested for dealing drugs in Najomtien
Fire destroys LPG-powered car
Police arrest 2 in convenience store robbery spree
Sattahip police arrest ‘Blue Dragon’ vehicle-theft gang
Paranoid Rayong man found dead in canal

Officials promise crackdown on Beach Road vehicle-rental agents

Pattaya-area officials have pledged to crack down on vehicle-rental booths taking up precious Beach Road and sidewalk real estate.

Continued

 

Etihad Airways posts record results for second quarter and first half of 2013

Etihad Airways July 8 announced its strongest second quarter and half-year financial performances on record, reflecting continued solid growth in its airline alliance strategy and global cargo operations.
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More TRAVEL & TOURISM>>

Bangkok Airways introduces a fast way to complete satisfaction survey


 
Minister targets reduced production cost to shore up rubber price

Deputy Prime Minister/Agriculture Minister Yukol Lim-laemthong urged all parties to systematically deal with Thailand’s declining rubber price problems, focusing on reducing production costs as the priority.

Continued

More Our community >>

PCEC holds 2013 AGM


Funds raised for wheelchair-bound 94-year-old expat
Bai Tuey R-Siam, Paengko headline Pattaya concert
 
Pattaya Sports Club Bowling League

Only two more weeks remain in this league and with eight points remaining to be won or lost this is the most competitive league that we have had in years. No less than seven teams have more wins than losses and many are in the trophy race.
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More Sports >>
Crumpton Oaks Cider Monday Pool League
Dolly Dalton Jomtien Pool League


Crumpton Oaks Dry Cider Wednesday Darts League
British Bar Snacks Friday Pool League
WKD Tuesday Darts League
 

Life at 33 1/3: Hey! Hey! They were good!

This album meant a lot to The Monkees because for once they had gained artistic control and could enter the studio as a band, not hired puppets. To this day “Headquarters” is the one moment in their lifespan as The Monkees that only brings back happy memories.

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COMMUNITY HAPPENINGSS

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Memory card found  
Don’t expect to live here on nothing  
Vehicle pollution is only one of the causes  

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