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VOL.XXII No. 36
Friday September 5 - September 11, 2014
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Pattaya officials given time to clean up beach, but military is watching

An example of what the NCPO wants: Only one row of beach chairs at the very back of the sandy area, arranged in a military-friendly orderly line with the rest of the sand clean and available for tourists.

Thailand’s military regime appears willing to give Pattaya officials time to bring order to the city’s beaches, but remain poised to move in should the effort go the way of so many other crackdowns. While the National Council for Peace and Order sent soldiers to remove beach vendors and dismantle illegal structures in Phuket, the military so far has taken a hands-off approach to umbrella-dotted Pattaya and Jomtien beaches.

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Correction

At a meeting with the developers of the Waterfront Suites and Residences, it was pointed out that there were a few incorrect details published in last week’s Pattaya Mail. Tulip Group purchased Bali Hai Company Ltd. and the Waterfront project in July 2011, complete with all EIA and construction permit approvals already in place,

Continued

 

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4-year-old dies at South Pattaya nursery school
Nongprue cleans out East Pattaya storm drains
Jomtien Beach Road could go one-way
Waterworks has backup plan for low-running Mabprachan
Navy seizes 4 Vietnamese fishing boats
Carjacking leads to tense hostage standoff in Pattaya
Suspected Russian mobster captured in Pattaya
Police raid speedboat driver dens
Police search for clues in headless-body case

National police officials satisfied with Chonburi Immigration results

National Royal Thai Police officials expressed satisfaction with efforts by the Chonburi Immigration Office in weeding out foreign criminal elements in Pattaya.

Continued

 

Bangkok Airways ranked 5th Best Airline Cabin Service

SmartTravelAsia.com recently revealed the winners of their prestigious travel poll called “Best in Travel 2014” that involved millions of travelers from around the world voting for their favorite travel brands. This year Bangkok Airways is ranked the 5th of Best Airline for Cabin Service Worldwide category.
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More BUSINESS

Thailand allows 30-day extension of stay for visitors from 48 countries


TMB Analytics say lowering fuel prices boost purchasing
Thailand approves 13 SME projects
 

Baan Jing Jai needs help

There are many orphans and abandoned children in and around Pattaya, a situation that prompted Piengta to open a small orphanage in 1997. Just a few children to start but Piengta cannot turn away any child that is in need of help and the numbers have increased steadily to 78 both young and a little older.

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More Our community >>

PCEC members learn about rotator cuff injuries


Central Festival thanks customers with 100,000-baht prize giveaway
Holiday Inn celebrates opening of Executive Tower
A Chile evening at Dicey Reilly’s Pub and Restaurant
 

Sensational IGCSE grades confirm St. Andrews International as premier school in Rayong

Students, parents and teachers at St. Andrews International School Green Valley are once again celebrating fantastic IGCSE results.

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Our Children >>

Once again St Andrews achieves outstanding IB Diploma results


Pattaya offers nutritional education for families with cerebral palsy
 
King Power crowned elephant polo champions

Four days of fun, festivities and competition featuring 50 street elephants and sixteen teams, including Thai supermodels, New Zealand All Black rugby players and the Tiffany Show Pattaya, saw the 2014 King’s Cup Elephant tournament offer up plenty of memorable moments and new champions.

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More Sports >>
Local athletes star at Thailand Special Olympics
Dolphins flounder on Trat road trip
The highs of low season
Freddy Starbeck - golfer of the month
Stafford sets the standard at 4th Syd LeBron Memorial Putter tourney
 

Life at 33 1/3: The album classics of 1970

In October 1970 a crestfallen 18 year old was wondering if he had bought a pig in a poke. “Immigrant Song,” “Since I’ve Been Loving You” and “Tangerine” were the only tracks justifying the album’s existence,
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