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VOL.XXII No. 48
Friday November 28 - December 4, 2014
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History comes alive at annual Pattaya Longboat races

History once again came alive at the 14th annual Pattaya Longboat Races held last weekend at Mabprachan Reservoir. Originally designed for battle against aggressors, this unique and beautifully crafted vessel is now used in races. Each year these races mark the end of the rainy season in Pattaya. Events over the weekend also included buffalo races, Thai Long Drum contest, a pig-catching competition, enduro motorcycle racing, and much more.

Continued


Nearly 8,000 Pattaya-area motorbikes registered, but enforcement of rules lacking

Pattaya-area officials trying to overhaul the city’s motorcycle-taxi industry say they have registered 761 taxi stands serving 7,950 riders in Pattaya, Banglamung, Nongprue and Huay Yai.

Continued

 

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SOS Rice Campaign 2014 begins next week
Pattaya Beach refill project set to begin early next year
Couple arrested with 6,500 ya ba tablets
6 Cambodian monks arrested in Banglamung
2 hurt after Indian loses control of jet ski
Elderly Briton dies during massage
German fined for threatening ex-girlfriend with BB gun
Chinese call center raided in Chonburi
Pattaya to mark World AIDS Day with parade

Highway Police propose drastic traffic-flow change for East Pattaya

The Highway Police have proposed drastically changing the way traffic flows through East Pattaya in order to mitigate the expected traffic nightmare that will unfold once construction begins on a bypass-tunnel under Sukhumvit Road.

Continued

 

Royal British Legion remembers fallen heroes

November is of course a busy time of year for members of the Royal British Legion wherever they might be, including Thailand. Planning, however, starts many months before that. We were involved with three Remembrance Services this year and four events.
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More BUSINESS

Exporters given AEC advice at Pattaya seminar


Top banker warns populist policies must be implemented with care
 

Welcome to Pattaya

Pattaya has come a long way from when it was a sleepy fishing village known as Thappraya. With goals to draw 10 million tourists in 2015, Pattaya has become a sprawling city of resorts, attractions, restaurants and festivals

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More Our community >>

Growing old disgracefully


Pratamnak Lions donate 15,000 baht to Father Ray Day Care Center
The Endless Summer Came to Mantra
The Monarch of the Glen comes to Pattaya  
 

GIS Remembers

Students from Garden International School (GIS) paid respects to victims of war during a moving Remembrance Day service.

Continued

Our Children >>

St Andrews Drama to perform “Holes”


 
Top sailing returns at Pattaya’s Varuna Cup

The Tudor Court Varuna Cup, held over the weekend of the 15th and 16th November, saw a return to some great sailing conditions in Pattaya. The sunshine was out and a fresh northerly wind gave some excellent sailing and racing.

Continued

More Sports >>
Watson edges Ruddle for low-gross honours
Billy bags an ‘Ace’
Three top courses fill the week
Tim tames the greens at Khao Kheow
Harris in hot form at the Hill
 

Pattaya Soul Club celebrates 3rd anniversary

A very special “Souled Out” party was held on the evening of Saturday 8th November at the Access Inn on Pattaya 3rd Road....
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