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VOL.XXII No. 29
Friday July 18 - July 24, 2014
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Candle parades light up Buddhist Lent

Buddhists across the Eastern Seaboard lit the way for monks heading into seclusion with candle parades to mark the start of Buddhist Lent. Shown here is the beautiful effort from Lerdpanya School in Sattahip, which won the candle-carving competition there for the fourth consecutive year.

Buddhists across the Eastern Seaboard lit the way for monks heading into seclusion with candle parades to mark the start of Buddhist Lent.

Continued


Employers urged to get work visas for illegal laborers

With hundreds of thousands of Cambodians having fled Thailand fearing a crackdown on illegal migrant laborers by the junta, Pattaya-area immigration officials are trying to get the word out that temporary work visas are not hard to obtain.

Continued

 

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Thai navy opens base for submarines it doesn’t have
200 business owners given basic legal education
Business owners meet on foreign-worker registration
300 brainstorm reform ideas in Chonburi workshop
Rice yellow, but genuine, in Chonburi warehouse
PEA boosts power to hospital neighbors
Frenchman kills son, 2, in murder-suicide
8 Sattahip teen gang-rape suspects surrender for prosecution
8 arrested, 60 slot machines seized in Pattaya raid
Truck gang noisy, but drug-free in Jomtien Beach

Lower prices for lottery tickets in Chonburi

Junta-ordered lower prices for lottery tickets is leading to big business in Chonburi.
Treasurer Thaweesak Yimtrakul led staff to visit ticket sellers on Wachiraprakarn Road in Muang District July 4. Wachiraprakarn is the largest market for lottery tickets in the province.

Continued

 

Thailand becoming hub of automotive R&D within ASEAN

Thailand is gearing up to become the hub for research and development (R&D) within the ASEAN region for the automotive industry.

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More BUSINESS

Thailand strives to become a world leader in Green Building


Thai businessmen urged to invest in Vietnam
 

Pattaya Buddhists mark Asalaha Bucha, start of Buddhist Lent

It was a quieter Friday and Saturday in Pattaya as typical party nights were transformed into evenings for religious reverence for Asalaha Bucha Day and the start of Buddhist Lent.

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Poetry follows business at PCEC meeting


PILC hosts monthly lunch at News Steaks & Grill
We on Wheels
Pool tournament raises 600,000 baht for Father Ray Foundation
 

Father Ray chief reviews new programs started on his watch

After a quarter century in the clergy and four years officially at the helm of Pattaya’s highest-profile charity organization, Rev. Peter Pattarapong Srivorakul is building his own legacy at the Father Ray Foundation.

Continued

Our Children >>

Star GIS students gain IB Diploma


The History of Jesters Care For Kids
Pattaya School No. 4 celebrates 76 years
 
Asavahame shines at supercar showdown

In potentially its final visit to Pattaya, the Thailand Super Series rolled into town for four days of spectacular motor racing action from July 3-6 for the event’s only scheduled visit to the city’s Bira racetrack this season. Following on from the series opener,
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More Sports >>
A hat-trick for ‘Deadly’ Smedley
Jon Batty doubles up
Thai youngsters win 5 classes at Mercedes golf final in Pattaya
Andersson back to form at Eastern Star
Edwards’ final fling
 

Life at 33 1/3: The Greatest Albums of 1963

1. The Beatles, “Please Please Me” (Parlophone)
The Beatles entered the EMI studios in Abbey Road on February 11, 1963 to record their first album. Their second single, “Please Please Me”, had been released a couple of weeks earlier and was picking up sales fast.
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