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VOL.XXII No. 47
Friday November 21 - November 27, 2014
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2,600 monks raise alms for embattled brethren

Thousands of Buddhists turned out to give alms to 2,600 monks on a mission to help temples in Thailand’s troubled south during a huge merit-making event in front of Pattaya City Hall Nov. 15. Rice, dried food and necessities were donated to support a nationwide drive by a million monks to provide relief to 323 embattled Buddhist temples in Songkla, Narathiwat, Yala and Pattani provinces.

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Jomtien Beach Road one-way plan stopped before it begins

Pattaya officials abruptly canceled plans to turn Jomtien Beach Road into a one-way street, citing possible tourist confusion during high season.

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Armored-car driver arrested in ATM theft
Pattaya spending 11 million baht to rebuild south end of Sukhumvit Road
Banglamung probes public-land encroachment on Koh Larn
Pattaya to spend 60 million baht on 4 Beach Road drainage pipes
Pattaya eyes Pratamnak Hill for huge eco-tourism attraction
Runaway crane causes pileup in North Pattaya
5 hospitalized when 6 tour buses collide on Highway 7
Fire causes million baht damage at plumbing-supply shop
Overzealous volunteer blamed for motorbike accident

More complaints, few solutions offered at 10th traffic meeting

Meeting for the tenth time about Pattaya’s traffic and parking problems, area officials and business leaders made numerous complaints but offered no suggestions how to solve the long-running issues.

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Pattaya Ladies ‘dress to impress’ for Melbourne Cup @ Pullman Pattaya Hotel G

Every year, on the first Tuesday in November, Melbourne hosts the spectacular horse race that stops a nation, the Melbourne Cup.
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More BUSINESS

Thailand to sell rice, rubber to China


BoT says Thai economy remains strong
 

Hin Tok River Camp

Hin Tok River Camp at Hellfire Pass in Sai Yok is a safari tented camp nestled on a historic piece of land upon the pinnacle of Hin Tok Mountain, overlooking the River Kwai in Kanchanaburi.

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More Our community >>

British expats should maximise value of their pensions


Hospital contributes to Rotary ‘Wrap up a Child Project’
ISE joins Green Pattaya for beach cleaning
St. Andrews students visit Camillian Social Centre  
 

Children and parents revel in a fantastic international day

International Day is often referred to as the best day of the year here at St Andrews, and this year it was one of the best ever.

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Our Children >>

P.E. department making strides at Regents International School Pattaya


 
Junior soccer stars shine at ‘Football for Future 2014’ tourney

The Father Ray Foundation and Perfume House, in cooperation with Pattaya City and Nongprue Municipality held a one day football tournament titled “Football for Future 2014”, at the Planet Football facility on Siam Country Club Road, Pattaya on Sunday, November 9, with the aim being to raise funds for the Foundation.

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More Sports >>
Weekend tennis tournament to raise money for charity
Watson hopes for third time lucky at Thailand Golf Championship
Tore & Odd bloom at 5th annual Poppy Golf challenge
Strong finish for Larsson
Bourne blitz at Eastern Star
 

Centara Grand in TV spotlight

Popular TV hosts and a TV actress were at the Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya recently to tape a segment for their TV show.
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