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VOL.XXII No. 28
Friday July 11 - July 17, 2014
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NCPO begins crackdown on Pattaya motorbike taxis

Capt. Sittichai Chamsawat of the 14th Military Circle in Chonburi joined Pattaya Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh, Banglamung Permanent Secretary Pongsathit Pijnont and relevant agencies at the taxi stand on Beach Road and Soi 9 where officials began registering motorbike-taxi drivers for a newly regulated program.

The National Council for Peace and Order’s promised crackdown on Pattaya’s wild motorbike-taxi industry has begun, with drivers outside Pattaya Police Station becoming the first to see fares reduced and operating practices improved.

Continued


Police chiefs order renewed crackdown to solve Pattaya’s worsening traffic

During a June 26 meeting with all of Region 2’s local police commanders, Pol. Gen. Wuthi Liptapanlop ordered a renewed crackdown to solve Pattaya’s worsening traffic by arresting bus drivers parking in restricted areas and freeing up traffic lanes.

Continued

 

More News >>

Wall planned along Pratamnak Road to stop mudslides
Alcohol sales banned July 11 & 12
3 Pattaya communities want cleaner streets, drains
AIDS-prevention officials take on Soi 6
Suspected Kanchanaburi drug dealer busted in Pattaya
Indian confesses, but police bust drunk Thai woman for motorbike hit-and-run
American attacked by ‘jealous’ Thai
Confessed murderer of Sawang Boriboon volunteer surrenders, released on 5,000 baht bail
7 Indian tourists hurt in minibus crash in Huay Yai
Parents outraged at school inaction after eighth grader nearly gang-raped in Bang Saray classroom

Dongtan Beach masseuses call on Pattaya officials to crack down on foreign workers

Already struggling with increased competition and decreased tourist numbers, Dongtan Beach masseuses say illegal foreign workers are imperiling their incomes.

Continued

 

Green Boulevard condo opens bookings

Current and former government officials were among those offering congratulations when the Green Boulevard Condominium opened its doors for bookings.

Continued

More BUSINESS

US not banning import of goods from Thailand: Commerce Ministry


“Super Board” set up to oversee state enterprise boards: Prayuth
Agriculture ministry approves master plan for fishery workers
 

An early start to Buddhist Lent

Early morning rush hour traffic came to a standstill in North Pattaya recently when the students from the Pattaya Redemptorist School for the Blind commemorated the start of this year’s Buddhist Lent.

Continued

More Our community >>

Happy Birthday HRH Princess Soamsawalee


PCEC looks back at busy fiscal year
Horses give special needs children emotional, physical lift
 

Pattaya School No. 11 holds sports day

Pattaya School No. 11 students learned self-confidence and sportsmanship while getting exercise at the school’s annual sports day.

Continued

Our Children >>

Slow-growth children problem growing in Thailand, seminar told


School No. 2 students given lessons in traditional art
1,500 Pattaya students celebrate National Boy Scouts Founders Day
 
Pattaya King’s Cup Marathon set for July 27

Runners will be trotting past bleary-eyed bar hoppers as they leave the start line in the early hours of Sunday, July 27 for the 23rd edition of the King’s Cup Pattaya Marathon.
Continued

More Sports >>
Stuvik loses championship lead in Hungary
Jonathan does the double
Pattaya Sports Club Bowling League
Evans above – Daryl takes the win
Markku is best of the week
 

Life at 33 1/3: Jumping the wrong train

Denny Laine’s voice had an angelic quality, the sound of loneliness and beauty, suitable for heart broken ballads, the folk songs of elves and a dash of Buddy Holly.
Continued

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Pattaya beach refill project

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