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VOL.XXII No. 20
Friday May 16 - May 22, 2014
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City Hall spends 3.1 million baht on beach sandbags to prevent beach erosion

City-owned backhoes install large sandbags - each one 15 meters long, 4 meters wide and a meter thick - at the entrance to Pattaya Beach at the intersection of Beach and Central Roads. The 3.1 million baht project is another attempt by city officials to prevent beach erosion during the rainy season.

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Road lane repainting continues

Work to repaint dividing lines on city streets has reached South Pattaya, with work moving from Thepprasit Road to Soi Kophai.
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Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development meets in Pattaya May 19-21
First finishing touches put on central Pattaya wheelchair path
First of many-to-come floods hits Beach Road
50% of South Pattaya canal zone cleared of illegal structures
Day after beer brawl arrest, drunk Norwegian threatens suicide over Jomtien steakhouse
Drift racing champ shot dead in Pattaya
Russian woman found dead in central Pattaya condo
1 dead, 1 injured in Third Road motorbike accident
Woman fights off attempted rape in East Pattaya
Russian killed after short, fast drive on motorbike

Beaches full of foreign laborers a harbinger for AEC

A sign of things to come could be found on Pattaya-area beaches on Labor Day, where large numbers of Burmese, Cambodian and Laotian laborers could be found in the umbrella chairs.

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Sheraton Pattaya appoints Jack Yoss director of culinary & service

Sheraton Pattaya Resort has appointed Jack Yoss as their new director of culinary & service. He now leads the operation of three venues and oversees the food & beverage, culinary and service team.
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More BUSINESS

BoT Governor certain Thai economic foundation helps maintain GDP


TBX networking at Shenanigans
Commerce Ministry supports Thai SMEs trade, investment in neighboring countries
   
 

Brendan Daly (4th right), GM of the Amari Pattaya, hosted Nethnapada Kanrayanon (4th left), Miss Tiffany Universe 2013 and the lovely contestants in the Miss Tiffany Universe 2014 beauty pageant at the Tavern by the Sea Restaurant & Pub recently.

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More Our community >>

Ocean cruising on the Queen Elizabeth


Foodland’s party rewards the faithful
PILC enjoys Japanese lunch, Benihana style
 

St Andrews International School & Habitat for Humanity Support Local Community Learning Center

As part of the IB, CAS plays an integral role in involving our St Andrews students in community based projects.

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Our Children >>

Muslim-outreach program for southern youths opens in Chonburi


St Andrews International School host the Primary Invitational Games 2014

Back to school with Jesters’ help
 
Gasson’s swan-song overwhelms sailors at 10th anniversary Top of the Gulf Regatta

At the awards ceremony for the Ocean Marina’s 10th Top of the Gulf Regatta, held on the splendid fore-shore of the marina last week, Willian J Gasson (Bill), the founder and director of the event for the past decade, announced his retirement - his own “swan song”- so to speak, at the helm of the regatta.
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More Sports >>

Grand Final victory completes Pattaya Cricket Club’s perfect season


Pattaya celebrates festival of rugby at Chris Kays Memorial 10’s
Coco Club scores narrow win over RSBC in Bangkok
Crumpton Oaks Cider Monday Pool League
Friday Night Pool League

Watching Suthep Thaugsuban for five months
Pity about the rest of the population
Disagrees - it isn’t Thais

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