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VOL.XXII No. 25
Friday June 20 - June 26, 2014
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Government focusing on tourism recovery

With tourism levels at dramatic lows, the district government is focusing on cleaning up a perceived drug problem in the tourism sector, along with cleaning up Pattaya Beach, governing prices of various products and putting an end to extortion incidents by jet ski operators. 

Banglamung District’s chief administrator fears that drug use is increasing in the Pattaya area and may be contributing to problems involving foreign tourists.

Continued


Beach Road rat race continues

The onset of rainy season has the rats running again on Beach Road, made fat on garbage left behind by tourists.
Vermin clambered around the sand from Soi 7 to Walking Street June 7, snapping up scraps tossed by tourists and left behind by local pubs and restaurants.
Continued

 

More News >>

Cable wires burn, but authorities pay no mind
Pattaya officials claim progress in resolving Beach Road illegal parking
City urges Thepprasit Soi 7 residents to be patient over construction
Pattaya tries again to register boat owners
Inspector General’s office inspects Chonburi Immigration Office
BAYWATCH: 2 lanes become 1 thanks to minibuses
Lucifer bouncer arrested for assaulting Israeli
American arrested on pedophile charges
2 arrested in Walking Street knock-off clothing raid
American dies after fall from 21st floor condo

Area governments say Sukhumvit is root of Pattaya-area transport problems

Pattaya-area officials say Sukhumvit Road sits at the heart of the area’s traffic problems and a land transport “master plan” to be delivered next year should focus on solving the highway’s congestion woes.

Continued

 

Thepprasit Night Bazaar ramps up with 250 shops

Cultural shows depicting traditions of Thailand’s four regions highlighted the opening of the 150 million baht Thepprasit Night Bazaar.
Continued

More BUSINESS

Thailand’s auto exports may set new record


HCAT seeks support and understanding from Western Allies on Thailand’s political situation
Special Report: Foreign investors expect economic recovery in Thailand
 

Chennai: Temples, shopping and more

Traveling around India can be a challenge, but the offer of a trip to Chennai, with its shopping and temples, made seeing the famous culture and religion it too difficult to pass up.

Continued

More Our community >>

U.S. Veterans of Foreign Wars Pacific region hosts convention in Pattaya


We live in an ageing society
Lions Club donates equipment to Nongprue hospital
 

Jesters: 17 years down the road and Caring for Kids more than ever

We have come a long way since that night back in September of 1998 when we had a pub night at Delaney’s for the benefit of the Fountain of Life Center with one major sponsor, Chonburi Siam Steel Mill Services, which resulted in raising a million baht.

Continued

Our Children >>

St Andrews Poetry Slammers impress in Inter-School Finals at Green Valley


A Night at the Zoo
Young sailors learn the ropes
 
Pattaya Sports Club elects new committee members

The second Saturday of June is, arguably, the most important day in the Pattaya Sports Club calendar, for this is the day that the Annual General Meeting is held to give the opportunity to the Elective Members (EM) to vote on who will form the Executive Committee (EC) for the following 12 months.
Continued

More Sports >>
Pattana issues challenge to local golfers
YWCA to hold charity walk-run event this weekend
Thai mini-marathon with a difference takes runners through the sea
Brass Monkey miss out on the title
Chiang Mai Golf Classic postponed
 

Life at 33 1/3: Another forgotten McCartney-classic

The critics tore it to pieces. At the time I was disappointed too. “Venus And Mars” sounded like a pale sequel to “Band On The Run”.
Continued

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An open letter to the ambassadors of nations represented in Thailand and the international media
Missing Joe Otter
Australian aged pensioners leaving to live overseas

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