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VOL.XXII No. 26
Friday June 27 - July 3, 2014
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Bidding begins on Pattaya Beach sand-refill project

City Hall is now taking bids to choose a contractor that will begin the eight-month, in excess of 400 million baht process of rebuilding Pattaya Beach’s eroding shoreline. The massive restoration project was deemed necessary after environmental experts predicted erosion would wipe out Pattaya Beach within five years if nothing was done.

Bidding is underway to choose a contractor that will begin the eight-month process of rebuilding Pattaya Beach’s eroding shoreline.

Continued


Chonburi Attractions Club given AEC tourism-marketing seminar

Pattaya tourist-relation businesses were told to look toward Myanmar and Indonesia for growth as the region nears the start of the ASEAN Economic Community. Tourism Authority of Thailand Pattaya Director Auttaphol Wannakij spoke to members of the Chonburi Attractions Club June 18, offering a seminar on AEC tourism marketing.

Continued

 

More News >>

Banks close July 1
Soi Nernplabwan construction to last 60 days longer
Work set to begin on Sukhumvit bridge for disabled in 2016
Retailers warned against buying stolen public property
Government, military host brainstorming session on stability, economy
Bangkok man arrested for Facebook scam targeting transvestites
Police raid Ginza go-go bars finding underage girls
Nong Plalai man arrested on trafficking, gun charges
Suicide suspected by drowned Italian
Dead foreigner washes ashore in Jomtien

Police chief calls for stricter, more-polite traffic enforcement

Pattaya’s new police chief instructed traffic officers and volunteers to crack down on parking scofflaws and other law breakers, but do it more politely.

Continued

 

Committee set up to tackle labor problem

The Commerce Ministry has established a special trade and labor committee aimed at solving trade and export problems following accusations by several foreign countries,
Continued

More BUSINESS

BoT keeps interest rate unchanged at 2.00 percent


Mega projects to be considered in early fiscal 2015
Thai listed companies rank top in ASEAN for corporate governance
 

Pullman Pattaya Hotel G pays homage to fromage

The Beach Club at the Pullman Pattaya Hotel G once again welcomed master cheese-maker Gerard Poulard on Tuesday the 17th and Wednesday 18th of June.

Continued

More Our community >>

Strokes are serious medical emergencies


Lions Club of Pratamnak-Pattaya donates 80,000 baht in scholarships
PILC hosts beach fun day at Pinnacle Jomtien Resort
 

Pattaya schools engage in traditional ‘wai khru’ ceremonies

Pattaya-area schools engaged in their annual rite of summer as students paid respect to teachers with the traditional “wai khru” ceremony.

Continued

Our Children >>

Panthers Purr-fect Games


Jesters Caring for Disabled Children from Poor Families
Regents celebrate a year of Sporting Excellence at the Amari
 
Regents’ Primary students bring home medals from Malaysia

An excited team of Primary students from Regents International School Pattaya flew over 1000km to the ELC International School in Malaysia earlier this month to take part in the 2015 Primary FOBISIA (Federation of British International Schools in Asia) games.

Continued

More Sports >>
Stuvik retakes F3 lead after double victory in Spain
Brass Monkey edged out in Cup semi-final
Charity pool tourney to raise funds for Fr. Ray Foundation
Chatwin takes Coco Lawn Bowls Club singles title
Sproxton slaughters the field
 

Life at 33 1/3: The weirdest album of them all

This is simply hardcore. The weirdest piece of music I ever bought as a teenager. What made me go for it? The sleeve obviously, you don’t forget an image like that, and then there was the Zappa connection, released at it was on Zappa’s Straight Records.
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No violence, no media coverage abroad
Very bad practice

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