Vol. XII No. 46
Friday November 12 - November 18, 2004

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Treechada Petcharat crowned Miss International Queen 2004

Treechada Petcharat (seated center) from Thailand was crowned Miss International Queen 2004 at the glamorous international event held last week at Tiffany’s in Pattaya. Arisha Rani from India and Ma Cristina Dandan finished first and second runners-up. 

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19-year-old boy drowns in construction hole on Jomtien Beach

Grieving father asks city mayor why no warning signs were posted

The tragic death of a 19-year-old boy who fell into a construction hole filled with water on Jomtien Beach and drowned prompted his grieving father to demand answers from authorities as to why no warning signs were posted. The father wants authorities to hold the contractor responsible for his son’s death.

The tragic event occurred on October 30, while young Nattakorn Sridear, from Bangkok, was walking along a strip of sand in front of Jomtien Beach Resort. As he innocently strolled on the public beach, he fell into a 6 meter deep hole where contractors were laying sewage pipe along the beachfront. The hole was filled with water and Nattakorn could not swim. His screaming brought tourists and residents running to help, but they were too late. His father, Supachai, knelt over his dead son and wept.

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Thirty-three new vehicles supplied to Pattaya police station



Central Wongamat Beach Resort gets ready for Loy Krathong

Famous candle festival to be held beachside

Central Wongamat Beach Resort in Pattaya is hosting a grand celebration of Thailand’s famous candle festival at the beach in front of the hotel. The public is welcome to participate in this event, which will include a host of activities for children and plenty of fun for grownups, too. The festivities will begin in the evening on November 26 at the hotel’s Garden Terrace Restaurant.

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Fashionable ghouls haunt Pattaya on Halloween

All Hallows Eve, October 31, was celebrated in Pattaya’s numerous entertainment venues, hotels, restaurants and shopping centers, each in their own style. Ghosts, ghouls, zombies and demons were seen throughout the city haunting their respective ‘terror-tories’.

The Hard Rock Cafe held a ‘Dead Men Walking Weekend’ at the end of October, carrying out traditional and contemporary activities including a ‘Phee Pha’ Party Dance to the tunes hammered out by the in-house, Elizabeth Band.

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Niran Wattanasartsathorn Pattaya Mayor was the guest of honour at the grand opening of the Food Works Pub & Restaurant recently. Wirawat Khakhai, Pattaya deputy mayor and distinguished guests also, attended the ceremonies. This Pub located on Pattaya 3rd Road near the X-Zyte Club is managed by Jirapat Pratheepbandit.

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International players scoop top prizes in 4th Megabreak Challenge

Taiwan’s Cheng Thung Hua defeated friend and fellow countryman, Wang Kuo Pin in last weekend’s 4th Megabreak Challenge. Cheng out shot his opponent in the race to 9 - 4 taking home the 70,000 baht first prize purse.

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