Vol. XIII No. 2
Friday January 14 - January 20, 2005
Dining Out & Entertainment
Clubs in Pattaya
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
7.5 million baht allotted for study to solve city’s traffic problems
Eight main bottlenecks to be addressed
reins on Sukhumvit Road as the amount of traffic in Pattaya is increasing at an
continued | More News
Local administrators reminded to run fair elections in February
MOI to keep close watch
Interior Minister Bhokin Bhalakula was recently in Pattaya to
spread the word that the upcoming elections should be run fair, and that the
Interior Ministry would be on the lookout for any corruption during the election
process. He stated that election officers will be out in force, and will act
with efficiency and fairness.
Interior Minister Bhokin made these statements during a
conference he presided over on December 26 at the Ambassador City Jomtien to
prepare local administrators for the February 6 Parliamentary elections. He laid
down the law, putting a great deal of emphasis on how local administrators
should not promote certain candidates ahead of others.
continued | More
City lays down the law to cheeky Koh Larn boat operators
Tom Vincent gives moving talk about Father Ray’s book
At the first meeting in 2005 of the Pattaya City Expats
Club, Tom Vincent, the publisher of the book about Fr. Ray Brennan, “In
the Name of the Boss Upstairs” by author Jerry Hopkins, spoke about the
book’s background and how it came into existence.
continued | More Community
Pattaya celebrates National Children’s Day
Even the grownups feel like kids again
The second Saturday of January each year has been
designated as National Children’s Day. This year in Pattaya a myriad of
activities took place throughout the city as part of the festivities.
continued | More Features
Aunty Supatra Samleekaew, (right) chief accountant of the Pattaya
Mail was showered with love and affection by her ‘children’ as
the year 2004 came to a close.
More Social Events
Barry Winton courts the zone,
wins 6th annual Wayne Tischbern Memorial
Barry Winton has been on a tear of late, winning now two
low gross, high Stableford point prizes on the trot. The second earned him
the championship trophy for this year’s first major, the Wayne Tischbern
Memorial 2005, organized by Stephen Beard through the IPGC and run out of
continued | More Sports
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