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Vol. XIII No. 36
Friday September 9 - September 15, 2005

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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Princess Olufunke Adedoyin of Nigeria visits Pattaya

Intentions of cultivating closer ties in commerce and tourism

Mayor Niran Wattanasartsathorn presents the key to Pattaya City to Princess Olufunke Adedoyin of Nigeria.

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The lady’s not for burning

A woman who allegedly died six months ago and was cremated has returned to her home, causing panic amongst her neighbors who thought she must be a ghost.

The story began on the morning of February 14 this year, St Valentine’s Day, when Banglamung Police Station received a report that a woman was lying dead in Nongprue Temple.

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NEWS

Arts and cultural officials urged to embrace information technology


 

OUR COMMUNITY

Edwin Wouters, The Flying Dutchman speaks at PCEC meeting

The Pattaya City Expats Club were privileged to have Edwin Wouters, holder of a Thai private pilots licence talk recently at their Sunday meeting.

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FEATURES

Fredi unties Luca, then puts him in Chaînes

After one month as the visiting (read captive) chef at Bruno’s Restaurant, Luca Messina was freed of his duties, but before leaving Pattaya, Fredi Schaub had one more special event for the young Italian - the Cha๎îne des Rôtisseurs dinner.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Alvin Wee was appointed as Sales Manager for Pattaya Exhibition and Convention Hall (PEACH). Wee will be responsible for researching and securing events for PEACH, particularly in the important regional markets.

More Social Events

SPORTS

Bob Philip catches lightening in a bottle, wins Jackalope Open 2005

Bob Philip scored 39 Stableford points at an eventful Pattana Golf Course to win the low scoring Jackalope Open 2005 charity golf tournament.

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