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VOL.XXII No. 9
Friday February 28 - March 6, 2014
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300 in Sattahip walk to wipe out dengue fever

About 300 people took part in an anti-dengue march through Sattahip and surrounding areas.

Continued


Pattaya officials begin 2014 Songkran planning

Songkran still may be two months away, but Pattaya officials already are making plans to bring at least some sanity to Thai New Year bedlam.
Continued

 

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Pattaya police chief tearfully welcomes back Bangkok-deployed officers
Pattaya donating 800,000 baht to children’s charities as part of youth-related efforts
Banglamung police arrest light-fingered Internet maid
Russian fugitive working as Pattaya real estate developer set for deportation
Ladyboy pick-pockets out in force Feb. 20
Drunk builder, 35, arrested for attempted rape of 66-year-old neighbor
Nong Plalai teacher injured in drive-by shooting
>Mubadala Petroleum Pattaya Family Bike Day 2014
200 beach masseuses take drug tests, promise to behave
Pattaya dengue fever cases decline 28% over 2013

2 schools & bar join anti-drug campaign

Two Pattaya schools and a nightclub popular with Thai locals have joined a royal campaign to keep youths away from drugs.

Continued

 

Pattaya Property Developer Tulip Group launch their latest 5 star hotel & residence

Tulip Group Thailand has last week confirmed that their latest hotel and condominium, Royal Tulip Suites, is now available in a special pre-launch phase.

Continued

More BUSINESS

AFG has a serious look at Myanmar


Soi 5 Thunwa Community opens garment center
 

Thai Airways’ passenger load plunges 30%

Thai Airways International (THAI), Thailand’s flag carrier, has reported a 30 percent drop in passengers from October without any sign of recovery in the near future.

Continued

More Our community >>

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death among women


Pattaya International Ladies Coffee Morning held at Pan Pan Restaurant
PILC is welcomed at the Camillian Centre
 

Young students at Regents tackle ‘Round Square’ challenges

Primary-aged pupils at Regents International School Pattaya took three days away from timetabled lessons last week to take part in the school’s annual ‘Round Square Week’, as a result of which they have fabulous stories to tell of trekking across Nepal, washing elephants in Chiang Mai, camping with the students from Mechai Pattana School and much, much more.

Continued

Our Children >>

Regents celebrates International Day with style


Going to the Zoo
Congratulations and well done
Drama in Vietnam
 
Pattaya Sports Club Bowling League

Café Kronborg took all four points from Bavaria and moved up from third place to first. Ooy Pluemkamon bowled a 586 series with games of 220, 185 and 181 and Kran Nielsen had a 204 game, 519 series for Kronborg.
Continued

More Sports >>
Crumpton Oaks Cider Monday Pool League
Buffalo Jack’s Wednesday Premier Darts League


CI-Rovers Thursday Darts League
Crumpton Cider Tuesday Darts League
Asia Back Packer’s Monday Darts Super League
Double Top Sports Bar Tuesday Darts League
 

PILC presents Dutch pianist Regina Albrink to Pattaya

European stage and chamber pianist Regina Albrink charmed the Pattaya International Ladies Club with a performance of Schubert and Chopin during a recent visit to Pattaya.
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Memories bring a tear to my eye

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