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Friday April 30 - May 6, 2004

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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

 

 

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Kingdom of Thailand celebrates Coronation Day May 5

Whist being crowned King of Thailand, the 9th in the Chakri Dynasty (Rama IX), His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great took a sacred oath to rule with Righteousness, for the Benefit and Happiness of the Siamese People, which He has done magnificently, garnering tremendous respect from His people. King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, the longest reigning monarch in the world. Long Live the King!

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“Slight increase in temperatures for April,” says local weatherman

For many, it feels like more than just “slight”

The hot season has well and truly hit Pattaya this year, with temperatures and tempers being raised among residents and tourists. Reporters spoke to officials from the Thai Metrological Department in Pattaya to find out what’s happening.

During an interview with the Pattaya Mail, Eakasit Changlek, stationed at the Pattaya weather station, said that this year, according to the mercury, temperatures have only slightly increased in comparison with previous years.

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NEWS

Residents urged to make use of health department’s annual rabies vaccination campaign


 

OUR COMMUNITY

Serving the Royal Family is ‘the greatest honor’

At their latest weekly meeting, Rotary Club of Pattaya members had the pleasure of receiving a glimpse of Royal Family life.

General Chatchai Thammaruksa and his wife, Khunying Tidarut, who are both the King’s servants, were guests of honour at the meeting held at the Town in Town Hotel, Pattaya.

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FEATURES

Will the ‘real’ Elvis please stand up?

British Chamber at the Jomtien Boathouse

The British Chamber of Commerce Thailand (BCCT) chose the Jomtien Boathouse as the venue for their latest Eastern Seaboard Networking evening. With hosts Kannikar and Ib Ottesen supplying a Danish smorgasbord which included Norwegian salmon and Japanese Sashimi, it was certainly an international gathering.

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SOCIAL SCENE

H.R.H Princess Soamsawalee visited “25th Bangkok International Motor Showand stopped to admire cars of the Yontrakit Groups including the KIA Car Booth. She was welcomed by Chottipong Leenuttapong (2nd right) Executive Assistant Manager of Y.M.C Assembly Co, Ltd. and Krittika Soontorntam (right) Managing Director of Nanglinchi (2001) Co., Ltd.

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SPORTS

Shenanigans Funhill Cup stays in Tipperary

On Friday April 23 at Eastern Star Country Club & Resort, Pat Ryan and Chris Humphries, the ‘Irish Dream Team’, successfully defended their 2003 Funhill Cup title by narrowly winning the 2004 Shenanigans Funhill Cup Pairs Scramble, sponsored by Heineken.

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