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The Rotary Club
of Jomtien-Pattaya


Last week’s report in the Pattaya Mail of the motorcycle death on Siam Country Club Road of Thomas Hardy from Germany was reported incorrectly.

The man killed in the accident was actually Peter Hitchmough from Great Britain.

Police originally reported the deceased to be Thomas Hardy due to a golf club membership card found on the body.

However, further investigation revealed the true identity of the deceased as Peter Hitchmough.

Pattaya Mail Newspaper regrets any problems caused by the previous erroneous report.

Sincere apologies to both families.






VOL.VII NO.15     -      9 April 1999

News | Business News  | Features | Columns | Letters | Sports | Mail Market | Sports Round-Up

South Pattaya 101 to get reprieve
Parliament approves landfill project, says no need to demolish 101 shop-houses

Up until the latest Parliament ruling, the South Pattaya landfill project and the demolition of the 101 shop-houses have been locked together under the same project.

home.jpg (19093 bytes)The site of stalled landfill project in South Pattaya.

However, due to vehement protests by the owners of the 101 shop-houses, Thanong Kulcharoen, Chairman of Parliament’s Environmental Committee, said that Parliament has decided to separate the two issues.

The landfill project, still deemed of extreme importance to the area, will continue to move ahead. However, Parliament has decided that it may no longer be necessary to demolish the 101 buildings.


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