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VOL.XXII No. 27
Friday July 4 - July 10, 2014
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City digging temporary reservoir to alleviate flooding

Pattaya’s Public Works Division is digging a 2.5 kilometer temporary reservoir along the railway line in another attempt to alleviate flooding in the city. Itthiphol said this new canal should be able to hold about 50% of all rain water headed toward lower levels in the city, but he admitted that if heavy rains last longer than 30 minutes, then the water will flood Sukhumvit Road between South and Central Pattaya. Slated to hold 100,000 square meters of water, the digging should be done by next week.

Pattaya’s Public Works Division is digging a temporary reservoir along the railway line in another attempt to alleviate flooding in the city.

Continued


Giant “Monty” causes stir in Makro parking lot

Saichon Mansri, 50, and his wife received quite a surprise June 22 when, after doing their shopping at Makro, they discovered a giant python “guarding” their pickup.

Continued

 

More News >>

Happy Birthday HRH Princess Chulabhorn
Police chief orders taxis to vacate Jomtien police kiosk
State Railway improving Sriracha-Sattahip tracks for faster, heavier trains
South Pattaya canal reclamation proceeding, but still facing obstacles
PBTA given overview of tourist court
Sattahip monks busted for drugs, porn
Teen with knife detained after school fight in Pattaya
Family-business dispute turns deadly in Pattaya
Kamnan’s niece arrested on gun charges
Football debt suspected as motive for ex-boxer’s suicide

Community leaders given training in child protection

Leaders from 42 Pattaya communities were introduced to the World Vision Foundation of Thailand’s Child Protection System Program as a way to solve local youth-related problems in the community.

Continued

 

Thailand moves on creating confidence for foreigners

Thailand should move to create confidence among foreign countries following the military takeover in the kingdom, ex-commerce minister Narongchai Akrasanee said last week.

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More BUSINESS

Purchased goods orders starting to feel affects


Thai textile industry to grow 3.66% this year
Thai tourism likely to pick up in 2nd half of year
 

Movers & Shakers return to Pattaya

After a three months absence from Pattaya, Movers & Shakers returned on Friday the 27th and this time the location was the stunning new and trendy Siam @ Siam Design Hotel on 2nd Rd.
The venue was a room with balconies on the 23rd floor offering stunning views across the city.

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More Our community >>

Ocean Marina Yacht Club turns to networking


Dead foreigner discovered in a rice field
Lions provide lunch for Redemptorist school
 

Regents race to the end of term

Most schools wind down towards the end of term but not Regents International School Pattaya: this week students, along with many of the staff, ran a 3km or 5km cross-country race through the challenging countryside around the school campus.

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Our Children >>

Pattaya organizes ‘democracy education’ for students


Pattaya Sports Club and Rotary upgrade water supply
Advertising in our yearbook is also a donation for needy children
 
Runners & walkers hit the beach for charity fundraiser

The local branch of the YWCA, led by Chairwoman Praichit Jetpai, organized a charity walk/run event on Saturday, June 21 along the Pattaya beachfront.
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More Sports >>
Chairman’s Cup selects first qualifiers
Petanque players vie for honours
Baechli bags a win
Pattaya Sports Club Bowling League
Allen & Bruce claim the medals
 

Life at 33 1/3: All hands on deck

An eccentric and puzzling band that never resembled anyone but themselves. Put a Procol Harum disc on your turntable and you know right away it’s them. I can’t really explain what their secret is, but it should be possible to shed light on some of the components that defines their uniqueness.
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Beach needs to be less abused
Science to beach erosion
Boring and repetitive

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