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VOL.XXII No. 38
Friday September 19 - September 25, 2014
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Heavy rains back causing havoc in Pattaya

Mother Nature is back raising havoc in the greater Pattaya area, flooding streets and neighborhoods and felling trees. The latest, Monday’s overnight rain, played dominos with power poles in Naklua after a tree collapsed and fell into electrical lines. Provincial Electrical Authority officials were called in, but had to wait until city workers could arrive to cut up the fallen tree before they could restore power to the area.

Monday’s overnight rain played dominos with power poles in Naklua after a tree collapsed and fell into electrical lines.
The ground weakened by the downpour, the huge tree on Soi Pothisan 3 fell around 5 a.m. Its branches caught wires of one electrical pole and the force pulled down three others.

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PBTA urges water conservation

The Pattaya Business & Tourism Association urged members to promote water conservation as a key city reservoir dries up.

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More News >>

Central Festival runs emergency-preparedness drill
Pattaya declares war on disease-carrying mosquitoes
Heavy rain leaves behind flooded streets, holes in beach
City cuts tree branches at Dongtan Beach
Banglamung chief tells Pattaya officials to get back to work on clearing South Pattaya canal
Immigration police raid 2 Sriracha businesses, arresting 18 illegal aliens
Former employee arrested for shooting 3 during East Pattaya robbery
Depressed woman self-immolates at Big Buddha Mountain
Monk arrested for drug dealing in Bang Saray

Sattahip investigates water supply quality after 610 fall ill

Sattahip officials are investigating the cause of suspected water contamination believed responsible for sending at least 600 residents to the hospital with stomach ailments.

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Thailand plans to boost exports to NZ by eight percent in 2014

The Commerce Ministry has planned to boost Thai exports to New Zealand by eight percent in 2014 from last year, said Nantawan Sakuntanak, director-general of the International Trade Promotion Department.
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More BUSINESS

New natural gas field found in Udon Thani


PEA introduces Thailand’s first electric passenger bus
Thai firm invests in solar cell project in Japan
 

Raimon Land scholarships created to recognize outstanding university students

In line with its ongoing commitment to develop better communities, Raimon Land, a premier Thai real estate company, has created an educational endowment to provide annual scholarships for up to 25 deserving students from leading Thai universities.

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More Our community >>

What happens if you die in Thailand?


Saichon Chongnok wins Hilton Pattaya’s inaugural Bar Cup competition
Pattaya Marriott celebrates 36 years
InterContinental Hotels Group take on CSR & ALS challenge
 

Generous GIS students help Pattaya library

Big-hearted students from Garden International School have helped less-fortunate Pattaya children by donating their old books.

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Our Children >>

Teachers upgrade science-teaching knowledge at Pattaya seminar


Father Ray students limited in body, but not mind
 
Kazakhstanis put iron grip on Pattaya International Arm Wrestling Championship

Kazakhstanis held an iron grip on this year’s Pattaya International Arm Wrestling Championship, taking first place in all three divisions.

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More Sports >>
Massic defeats Hard Rock in local friendly
Continuity assured as Ocean Property confirms ownership of Top of the Gulf Regatta
Jimmy White highlights ‘whirlwind’ charity pool & snooker fundraiser
Chonburi buffaloes race again Oct. 4-10
New Charity Golf Tournament
 

Ben & Mariam B5 Live in Concert at Amari Pattaya

Get ready to party with two famous Thai singers, Ben Chalatit and Mariam B5. Known for his popular song ‘Ooi Ooi’ and her hit ‘Hua Jai Mai Yoo Kub Tou’.
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