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Friday January 23 - January 29, 2004

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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Burst water mains erode North Pattaya

 beachfront

No, it wasn’t meant to be a new tourist attraction

Water mains on Beach Road burst on Monday afternoon and sent a geyser of water spewing thousands of liters from the damaged pipe, washing away part of the beach in front of the Hard Rock Hotel. Reporters on the scene called the Banglamung water authority to repair the pipe but the damage was already done. It took nearly four hours for technical crews to repair the mains. (Boonlua Chatree)

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Suicidal Korean keeps police at bay for 4 hours

Korean Choi Jong Won shot two fellow compatriots, then held the handgun to his own throat for four hours before being talked into giving himself up.

 Fifty-year-old Korean man Choi Jong Won shot two fellow compatriots after they had allegedly consistently prevented him from conducting business in Pattaya. He then kept police at bay for 4 hours by threatening to shoot himself if they came too close.

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NEWS

Last dinner - hungry snake bites rescue worker


OUR COMMUNITY

Bob Lee elected new president of the Skal Club of Pattaya and the East

The dynamic tourism professional group, the Skal Club of Pattaya and the East is continuing to grow as Pattaya begins to make ready for the influx of the cream of the world’s tourism movers and shakers attending the Skal World Congress in 2006.

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FEATURES

Team Building in the mist

It has become a tradition for me to scoop up volunteering family youngsters once a year and take them to a place far away from their parents’ reach. The moms and dads’ mental health in general could be in serious danger if they stayed together for too long during the holidays. Thus, the team building excuse was introduced.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Chatchawal Supachayanont, general manager of the Dusit Resort Pattaya Hotel recently held the annual 'GM Meet Staff' meeting to re-emphasize the campaign of Dusit Hotels & Resorts "Dusit, the Thai Way of Life", offering a unique Thai lifestyle, encompassing warmth, graciousness, tranquility, culture and fun to the guest.

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SPORTS

Ocean Marina Yacht Club 8th Anniversary Regatta - the beginning of a new era for Sailing in Pattaya

Challenging conditions and abrupt wind changes proved taxing during the recent Ocean Marina Yacht Club 8th Anniversary Regatta. A fleet of well over 40 vessels ranging from the tiny Optimists to the large mono-hulls and everything in between took to the waters for the first regatta organized by the Ocean Marina Yacht Club as part of the hotel’s eight anniversary celebrations.

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