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Long Live H.M.
The King and H.M.
The Queen

VOL.XXII No. 49
Friday December 5 - December 11, 2014
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Long Live His Majesty the King

This year marks the 87th Royal Anniversary of the Birth of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, the longest reigning monarch in the world today.
Pattaya Mail Media Group, which includes Pattaya Mail, Pattaya Blatt, Pattaya Mail Television and Chiang Mai Mail, would like to join the Kingdom of Thailand in humbly extending our loyal greetings and best wishes to His Majesty the King in celebration of the auspicious occasion of His Royal Birthday on December 5, the date which also marks Father’s Day in Thailand.
Long Live His Majesty the King and Happy Fathers Day to all. (Photo courtesy Bureau of the Royal Household)

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City, schools map out future anti-drug campaign

Schools and businesses laid out plans for the coming year aimed at curbing illegal drug use in the city during a budget meeting with Pattaya health officials.

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More News >>

Drainage system connected on Thepprasit Soi 6-7
Chumsai community rallies against drugs
U-Tapao airport, health officials practice Ebola response
December 10 is Constitution Day
Pattaya to celebrate HM the King’s birthday with parades & fireworks
Work begins on Pattaya-Chonburi Highway toll booths
Sanctuary of Truth hosting 5-religion ceremony Dec. 6-9
Russian woman escapes kidnapping attempt
Bellboy arrested for stealing neighbor’s gold

Honest cabbie returns Briton’s bag

A Samut Prakan taxi driver rescued a British tourist’s Pattaya holiday when he returned a fat wallet left in his cab.

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AFG looks at the future of the automotive industry

The very vibrant Automotive Focus Group (AFG) held another of their discussion/networking evenings, this time at the Hilton Hotel.
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More BUSINESS

Ducati opens first overseas plant in Thailand


Thailand’s Department of Civil Aviation asked to train more pilots
 

Snorkeling and viewing shallow water coral at Koh Kradan

This is the most beautiful island in the Trang Sea, located to the west of Koh Muk and Koh Libong. It has more than 600 rai (approximately 240 acres) of land. The sand on the beaches is fine and white, and the water is clear enough to see the strips of sand beneath the water’s surface.

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More Our community >>

Life is never boring at the U.S. Embassy in Bangkok


Panorama bar raises 127,000 for AIDS charity
Chambers combine for relaxed networking overlooking Pattaya
English-language students earn their diplomas  
 

100 Days in the Hot Seat

“Excellence in everything we do,” Mr. Iain Blaikie, the new principal of Regents International School Pattaya exclaims when asked about what he would like to achieve while he is in the top job.

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Our Children >>

Kids battle for cash prizes at Central Center dance contests


Early Years Parent Workshops to be offered by Regents International School Pattaya
 
King’s Cup Jet-ski World Cup this weekend

The world’s best jet-ski racers will face off in the annual King’s Cup Jet-Ski World Cup Grand Prix event this weekend, being held at Jomtien beach in Pattaya from December 3-7.

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More Sports >>
Ladies rule at 9th John Preddy & Memorial Golf Tournament
Thai racing champ Stuvik tests GP2 car
FC Planet take home local bragging rights
St. Andrews students star at U15 FOBISIA Friendly Games
Thai-Polo team performs well on the world stage
 

Dutch Swing College Band seduces Pattaya

November 27, saw the sunken amphitheatre on the ground floor of Central Festival Pattaya Beach shopping mall transformed into a swinging music zone as the Let’s Jazz @ Pattaya event presented star musical acts, including the headline topping
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