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VOL. V No.17
Friday 25 April 1997 - 1 May 1997
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Pattaya leaders respond to Prime Minister Chavalit’s accusations

(L to R) Phanga Wattanakul, Advisor to the PBTA and Sutham Phantusak, President of the Thai Hotel Association Eastern Chapter meet with Prime Minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh in Sattahip.

The meeting which the business people of Pattaya had with the Prime Minister is now bearing fruit. The group requested that General Chavalit take more action on Pattaya’s various problems. But they didn’t want the police invasion that is happening at this time.

Continued


Matichon report brings libel suit

Pratheep Singh Malhotra, the owner and editor of the local English Newspaper, the Pattaya Mail, filed a libel complaint with Pattaya police on Tuesday, April 22.
Continued

More News >>

“Light” fingered
Promoting U-tapao
Police respond to Prime Minister, show major force
Pattaya Mail Photo Contest
Pattaya’s Government
Chonburi’s Outstanding Citizen
A month of crime statistics
Rotary Fellowship at California Coolers

Elephant run out of town

Police escorted an elephant and its mahout to the outer city limits after they received a complaint that mahouts had been bringing elephants into Pattaya city. This usually occurs when there is no work for the large beasts in the country.

Continued

 
Pattaya enjoys best Songkran Festival ever!

This year’s Pattaya Festival was very well planned, and it showed when the great spectacle got underway with the Grand Parade on Thursday the 17th of April. Many hotels, restaurants, clubs and private organizations joined this, the most beautiful parade ever.
Continued

Fitness Tips:

This is why we bother

Sawadee Pee Mai readers, all the best for this Thai new year. Here we are again taking another look at why it is that we need to bother to keep ourselves Fit & Healthy.


 

Pattaya’s Songkran Speed-Fest

While most of us were either dodging buckets full of water, or throwing them, not everyone celebrated the arrival of the Thai New Year in the same manner.

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More Sports >>

Beer Put just one win away
TAGGS presents Pattaya’s first Am-Am Tournament
Rising Sun heats up
Brizzell takes four club
Improve your Bridge

Blogs

More cable woes 
Moaning Minto 
Who needs the tiger? 

More Mail Bag >>

Heart to Heart with Hillary 
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Health & Wellbeing  
   

SOCIAL SCENE

Rayong Refinery’s shift C enjoyed a Songkran party at California Coolers Restaurant in Map Ta Phut.

Continued


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