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VOL.XXII No. 17
Friday April 25 - May 1, 2014
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Hot sun, dark clouds fail to dampen enthusiasm at Pattaya’s Songkran finale

Scorching heat and foreboding clouds couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm of Pattaya-area residents and tourists as they brought the annual Songkran festival to a water-soaked close.

Scorching heat and foreboding clouds couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm of Pattaya-area residents and tourists as they brought the annual Songkran festival to a water-soaked close.

Continued


Police look to expand Bangkok’s fledgling Miracle Eyes program to Pattaya

With 86 percent of Pattaya’s closed-circuit television cameras now broken, regional police have a launched a program to encourage private-business owners to install their own Internet-connected security cameras to improve crime monitoring in the city.
Continued

 

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Kingdom of Thailand celebrates Their Majesties 64th royal wedding anniversary
Road accidents claim 322 lives during 7 days of Songkran holiday
Oil slick blackens part of Jomtien Beach
Exodus slows during Songkran 2014
Pattaya retail workers report quiet Songkran business
Massive beach refill project could begin in May
Beach Road “service girls” offered free HIV tests
15 drunk Songkran revelers busted after throwing beer bottles at police
Teen arrested for necklace snatching
Dutch tourist pickpocketed in Walking Street ‘safety zone’

Sawangfa Temple pours gold for Buddhist statues

Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome and Pattaya government employees were on hand as Sawangfa Temple began ceremonies to pour gold to build statutes of Phra Phutta Leela and Phra Laung Phopan Wat Bangnomkho of Ayuthaya.

Continued

 

Dusit Thani Pattaya finds multicolored crabs in The Bay

You will have to excuse the Dusit Thani Pattaya’s new Executive Chef Alistair Carter - he gets quite excited about multicolored crabs! Especially on Fridays!

Continued

More BUSINESS

Thailand upgrades quality of Hom Mali rice


Smaller Thai transport firms must upgrade to be ready for AEC
Brighter market in Europe for Thai palm oil
 

Chiang Mai as Thailand’s heaven for backpackers

In the northern province of Chiang Mai’s provincial seat, backpackers from around the world compete to stay at guesthouses in the Chiang Mai Gate area due to modest room prices ranging from Bt80-300/night.

Continued

More Our community >>

PCEC visits the movies


Hand to Hand reaches out with wheelchair donation
Black & White Charity Night
 

I.S.C. students celebrate traditional Songkran

Songkran is a celebration that gives students at international schools the opportunity to become more aware of the wonderful culture of our host country.

Continued

Our Children >>

Make-A-Wish Thailand celebrates World Wish Day on 29 April 2014


 
Prayad pips protégé in Pattaya

Thailand’s Prayad Marksaeng held off a brave challenge from his nephew and defending champion Kwanchai Tannin to complete a wire-to-wire victory in the Singha Pattaya Open, held at the Burapha Golf Club from April 10-13.
Continued

More Sports >>

United slip to defeat in Bangkok


Mountain Bike Challenge this weekend
A triumph for hill tribe junior cricket
Pattaya 10’s rugby on the horizon
Rothwell rules in Khao Yai

 

Pink Floyd and Dire Straits at the Mantra

Hands up all the British rockers out there! OK, I was exaggerating a little when I mentioned Pink Floyd and Dire Straits,
Continued

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