CURRENT ISSUE
Vol. XIII No. 12
Friday March 25 - March 31, 2005

Home
AutoMania
Books-Music
Business
Columns
Community Happenings
Dining Out & Entertainment
Features
Kids Corner
Letters
News
Our Community
Shopping
Social Scene
Sports
Travel
Who's who

Sophon TV-Guide
Clubs in Pattaya

Classifieds

Search
Back Issues

Pattaya Mail
Advertising Rates
About Us
Subscribe

Embassies
Addresses and
Telephone Numbers

Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Hundreds of thousands invade Pattaya for International Music Festival 2005

Sexy Tata Young was the opening act for this year’s Pattaya International Music Festival. Hundreds of thousands of fans, somewhat less than the 1 million that promoters predicted, crowded onto Beach Road over the weekend to see their favorite rock stars.

continued | More News


Residents encouraged to report suspected drug activities

Government’s war on drugs, phase 4, to begin April 1

Phase 4 of the government’s war on drugs is scheduled to begin April 1, and locally, Banglamung district residents are being encouraged to report drug related activities to the Banglamung Drug Operations Center.

The center has outlined a “road map” plan to defeat the drug problem within the district. The plan is to gather information from residents and members of the community. These residents are being encouraged to report suspected drug activities to relevant officials with the aim to reduce the drug problem where it no longer presents a danger to society.

continued | More News


NEWS

City educates community leaders and students to watch over the local environment


 

OUR COMMUNITY

What are you prepared to sacrifice for your career?

For some people, the sacrifice for career can mean loss of spare time or even putting romance on hold, but for “Sora”, one movie star from Korea, the sacrifice was much more than that! “Sora” sacrificed the ability to stand up to pass urine!

continued | More Community

FEATURES

St. Patrick chased the snakes out of Ireland!

But they all went to Australia and became policemen

Pattaya’s Irish pubs could not go past March 17th without “a wearin’ of the green” to commemorate the birth of the Patron Saint of Ireland, St. Patrick. All over the world, similar festivities marked St. Paddy’s day, with green hair, green beer, green faces, green shoes, green shirts and lots of people muttering “Begorrah, to be sure, to be sure!”

continued | More Features

SOCIAL SCENE

President Martin Brands of the Rotary Club Eastern Seaboard inducted Somsak Tanruengsri, general manager of the Pattaya Marriott Resort & Spa as the newest Rotarian on earth.

More Social Events

SPORTS

The Medds, Gary Baguley take the nacra titles

Claire and Simon Medd just edged out Antony Chapman/Jouke Postma, to win the two-person Nacra National Championship of Thailand while Gary Baguley, with a telling win in the long-distance race, constituting the fourth of the four-race series, fought off Les Nyerges, to take out the single-handed division title.

continued | More Sports


Classic The Tailor

E-mail: ptymail@loxinfo.co.th
Pattaya Mail Publishing Co.Ltd.
370/7-8 Pattaya Second Road, Pattaya City, Chonburi 20260, Thailand 
Tel.66-38 411 240-1, 413 240-1, Fax:66-38 427 596

Copyright © 2002 Pattaya Mail. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.