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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Jesters Care 4 Kids 2005 tops 5.4 million baht

Another record breaking year

‘Who is the beauty in ‘pink, and why is the man on the right pointing?’

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Immigration Bureau promises radical overhaul

Acting Commissioner of the Immigration Bureau Pol Maj Gen Suwat Thamrongsrisakul on September 16-17 presided over a workshop of 500 senior immigration officials, conducted at the Jomtien Palm Beach Hotel and designed to explore ways of moving the bureau forwards.

Amongst those attending were Pol Maj-Gen Thanakorn Siri-at, commander of border police region 3, and Pol Maj Gen Surapol Tanakoses, commander of division 2.

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NEWS

A fifth company steps forward with water treatment proposal


 

OUR COMMUNITY

Royal Navy sails in to rescue longkong growers in South

Insurgency trouble in the South is making life for those living in the region harder and more complicated day by day. The Royal Navy has been sending more personnel into the region to work together with the Royal Army, Royal Air Force and other organizations but it seems the problems are actually getting worse.

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FEATURES

3rd Global Summit on Peace through Tourism to be held in Pattaya

Travel and Tourism industry leaders from more than 50 countries will gather at the award winning Royal Cliff Beach Resort and Conference Center, Thailand, October 2-5 for the 3rd Global Summit on Peace through Tourism. The Summit is being organized by the International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT), supported by the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB), and with the support of the World Tourism Organization (WTO).

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SOCIAL SCENE

“Ecole Jean De La Fontaine” celebrated the opening of their new French school in Soi 5 Phratamnak Road with a grand buffet. The party was attended by many guests both French speaking and non-French speaking. The school offers courses in the French language, has a nursery and also teaches computer skills.

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SPORTS

Ocean Marina forges ahead with racing in the Gulf

To celebrate the second anniversary of the ongoing Ocean Marina monthly regattas, a big fleet turned out at the Marina for a weekend of close, exciting sailing.

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