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Friday July 16 - July 22, 2004

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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

New city hall facilities discussed at first council meeting

More parking and office space will provide better public service

Pichet Utaiwattananond, director of the Pattaya building and construction control department, exhibits an artist’s rendering of the proposed city hall expansion.

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60 touch screen information kiosks to be installed in Pattaya

Aimed at providing information to visitors

Pattaya will take delivery of sixty touch screen information kiosks this coming September. The kiosks, which will be placed at large hotels and shopping centers, will provide information in 9 languages to tourists wishing to find out information on the city.

In a meeting at city hall last week, details were discussed as to the design and branding of the information booths to coincide with the city’s brand imaging concept.
Topics such as activities and lifestyles will be presented as information for visitors in an effort to boost Pattaya’s tourism image in the eyes of its visitors.

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NEWS

Tourism and sports minister calls for long-term marketing plan to boost Thai tourism


 

OUR COMMUNITY

Tales of the olden days of the olden knights

Were they really like this?

A knight’s evening with a Bavarian touch was held recently in the Bavaria Beer Garden. It was organized by owner Robert Stankcke, Kurt Krieger - who was a successful master of ceremonies in typical noisy Bavarian style, complete with dialect and verses – and Herbert Sch๖n, who appeared as cupbearer.

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FEATURES

Rotary clubs in Chonburi install new presidents for 2004-05

June is usually a very busy month for Rotary clubs everywhere in the world. Traditionally, the Rotary year begins on the 1st of July and ends on the 30th of June. This is when new presidents and the board of directors take over to plan and implement new or ongoing projects for the benefit of the underprivileged in their respective communities.

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SOCIAL SCENE

The Queen Victoria Inn recently welcomed Honeymoon Couple Alan and Linda Riley. Alan and Linda who come from Oban in Scotland had heard about the Queen Vic from friends who had stayed there and decided it was the ideal place to base themselves whilst they toured Thailand.

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SPORTS

Lee strengthens championship lead

Marchy Lee (Team Meritus), continued his dominance of the Formula BMW Asia by strengthening his position at the top of the championship leader board last weekend by winning rounds 5 and 6 of Formula BMW Asia at Bira Circuit.

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