Mail turns 12
Vol. XIII No. 39
Friday September 30 - October 6, 2005
Dining Out & Entertainment
Clubs in Pattaya
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Historic landing at Suvarnabhumi Airport augurs well for future of Thai aviation
Eastern Seaboard will benefit when airport fully operational next year
A Thai Airway International Airbus
passenger plane carrying Thailand Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and
officials taxies its way to dock at the Suvarnabhumi airport on a test flight
Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005. (AP Photo /Apichart Weerawong)
continued | More News
Pipeline from Bangpakong River to be completed by the end of October
At the meeting of the Pattaya Business & Tourism
Association (PBTA) last week President Thanet Supornsaharungsi and vice
president Sanga Kijsamret made an announced that they were seeking ways of
eradicating the chronic problem of water shortages threatening the city’s
hotels and tourism industry.
Thanet said that deputy prime minister Pinit Jarusombat had
visited Pattaya to examine the problem and suggested recycling wastewater as a
way of solving the water shortages. City hall was studying wastewater filter
treatment proposals submitted by private organizations.
continued | More
Marine search and rescue exercise helps ensure rapid response
in event of disaster
Module housing as easy as Lego, says inventor’s son
The latest meeting of the German language business club,
DSU-Treff, was held on September 10 at the Dusit Resort, with guest speaker
Werner K Kubesch, from Salzburg, Austria.
continued | More Community
Commencement Day at Asian University
Wednesday 21 September 2005 was the
Commencement or Graduation Day at Asian University.
continued | More Features
Celebrating its first birthday in great style, A La
Turca welcomed the Ambassador of the Turkish Republic His Excellency
Mumin Alanat and his wife Ulku along with a large gathering of friends
and supporters, and treated them all to an authentic buffet of Turkish
More Social Events
‘On fire’ Geoff Parker shoots 65 at Bangpakong
It was an early start on Monday because Bangpakong is a
good distance away, but for many of the Boys from the Bunker they don’t
mind the extra travel to play the course. It’s always in great shape and a
good test of golf. The week started with a medal competition and Geoff
Parker was on fire, shooting a net 65 to capture an easy victory.
continued | More Sports
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