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Vol.XXI. No.37
Friday September 13 - September 19, 2013
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Rain or shine, Jesters Fair is a hit

Children from Fountain of Life Center blissfully dance on what may have been, for them, the best day so far in their young lives. A change of venue to The Regent’s International School turned out to be a blessing for the annual Jesters Care for Kids Children’s Fair on Sunday, Sept. 8, providing a great place to hold this charity event. The turnout was big, the money raised was huge, and everyone who took part had a great day, despite a temporary time out due to a short rain shower.

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Pattaya drawing creates whole lotto frenzy

Lottery players worked themselves into a frenzy as the Government Lottery Office came to Pattaya to hold its Sept. 1 drawing, giving gamblers a chance to beat the odds in person.

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More News >>

Millions of sea animals released in Rayong
Thailand’s first ‘tourist court’ opens in Pattaya
ECPAT International chooses Pattaya as site to research child migration
370 tourism-sector workers trained to spot human trafficking
Gift-wrapped present hides marijuana shipment
Sattahip police arrest 5, seize 2,400 ya ba pills
Korean couple leaves 100,000 on beach after midnight, surprised to find it stolen
12 Chinese hurt as tour bus runs red light in Rayong
Naked, drunk Russian flashes Jomtien 7-Eleven clerks
Pregnant motorcyclist dies in Sukhumvit collision

Legal advice center opens at Jomtien courthouse

Less than 24 hours before two Chinese tourists would die in yet another speedboat accident, Pattaya city and Marine Department officials had met with more than 100 boat operators to again the stress the importance of safety.

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Dusit Thani Hotel takes top honors at Pattaya Bartender Competition

The Dusit Thani Hotel showed off the best of its food and beverage skills to take 8 top honors at the recently held Pattaya Bartender Competition.

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More TRAVEL & TOURISM>>

Hilton Worldwide opens Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok


 

China to ink deal for 1.2 million tonnes of Thai rice

China has pledged to buy 1.2 million tonnes of Thai rice, along with another several hundred thousand tonnes of agricultural produce with the contracts to be inked in this month, Thai Commerce Minister Niwatthamrong Boonsongpaisarn said on Sunday.

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More Our community >>

King of Ayutthaya served by Japanese Samurai bodyguards


Centara Grand Mirage celebrates 2013 awards
Opportunities in Government
 

St Andrews International School hosts its first Model United Nations Conference

Students from three local international schools tried their hand at solving the world’s problems recently during the region’s first tri-school Model United Nations conference.

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Our Children >>

Regent’s students make a flying start to the year


St Andrews students achieve sensational success
Over 300 students receive Happy Family Scholarships
 
Pattaya Sports Club Bowling League

Bavaria moved back into first place after winning all four points from Canada. Leo Kretscher bowled games of 192, 183 and 178, 553 series for Bavaria. Canada dropped from second to sixth place. Franz, who sponsors Bavaria, bowling as a Pacer had a 229 game and 550 series.
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More Sports >>
WKD Tuesday Darts League
Crumpton Oaks Dry Cider Wednesday Darts League


PSC Sea Fishing News
John Kepplers Cider Pool League
Dolly Dalton Jomtien Pool League
 

Life at 33 1/3: A horn of plenty

lonely, fragile, haunting little ballad “New York Mining Disaster 1941” came floating across the airwaves in April 1967. Everybody thought it was a secret Beatles-release.
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Skyline is obliterated by high rises  
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