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Friday July 2 - July 8, 2004

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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Happy Birthday HRH Princess Chulabhorn

The Pattaya Mail joins the Kingdom in humbly wishing a Happy Birthday to a most remarkable person, HRH Princess Chulabhorn.

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Time to stamp out corruption, says former PM Anand Panyarachun

Anand speaks out at NESAC meeting at Ambassador City Jomtien Hotel

Anand Panyarachun, former prime minister and chief advisor to the National Economic and Social Advisory Council.

Anand Panyarachun, former prime minister and chief advisor to the National Economic and Social Advisory Council (NESAC) urged Thai society to put an end to corruption or it will seriously hinder the nation’s progress.

“It doesn’t matter on what level corrupt officials operate, whether locally or nationally, the issue must be addressed. These days, these people are not ashamed of their actions and will often retort by demanding their accusers to prove their corruption allegations with a receipt,” cited Anand.

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NEWS

Thappraya community receives mobile service from city hall


 

OUR COMMUNITY

KCR Homefinders celebrates 5 years in business

Since its inception 5 years ago and a number of identity changes, KCR Homefinders celebrated their fifth anniversary last Friday night. The celebrations included the expansion of the office with the additional legal department offering accounting services with Sakdinai Consultants effectively giving the company an in-house legal firm.

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FEATURES

Lions Clubs in Pattaya install new presidents for 2004-05

Training seminar held for 47 Lions Clubs presidents and directors

The annual installations of presidents and board members of Lions Club in Pattaya were held on June 11 at the A 1 The Royal Cruise Hotel.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Former Prime Minister Banharn Silpa-archa (front) made a study tour to Nong Nooch Village to learn more about garden landscaping and flower arrangements so as to take this knowledge back with him to help develop the Bueng Chawak Swamp in Suphan Buri Province. He was accompanied by Pisit Ketphasook (right) Governor of Chonburi, Kwanwan Khantisuk, Sodawan Boonsiri, GM and Manit Narintawarak Residence Manager of the tropical gardens.

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SPORTS

17th annual Redemptorist Games a big hit

Disabled athletes show their prowess

Pattaya’s disabled athletes competed for fun and glory in the 17th Redemptorist Games held June 24-26 on the multipurpose field at the Redemptorist School. Father Bunjong Chaiyara, Pattaya Redemptorist Center director officially declared the games open amid all the fun and fanfare that is associated with the event.

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