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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Having fun on Children’s Day in Pattaya

Children doing what they should be on a day marked just for them - having fun, in this case at Jomtien Beach thanks to friends and customers of the FLB bar in Walking Street who combined their resources from all over the world to sponsor an event for National Children’s Day on Saturday January 14.

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Pattaya’s new Immigration office up and running

On-line visa extensions are one of the services offered by the new Pattaya Immigration headquarters, which has just opened in extensive new premises on Beach Road.
Pol Col Itthipol Ithisarnronachai, superintendent of Pattaya Immigration, on January 10 opened the new headquarters building to reporters, inviting them on a tour of the premises and describing future plans for the service.

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NEWS

Police say reduction in New Year accident rate very satisfactory


OUR COMMUNITY

PILC and the big clean-up

Helle RantsÚn, PILC welfare chairperson, recently organized a big clean-up at Ban Jing Jai Children’s’ Home, helped by an enthusiastic group of PILC volunteers, some of whom brought along their own Thai housekeeping staff for the day.

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FEATURES

Pattaya alive with color and excitement for a sunny, happy Children’s Day

Pattaya was alive with events and color on National Children’s Day, with a host of activities taking place and thousands of children out having a wonderful time. The grown-ups joining in were having nearly as much fun themselves.

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OUR CHILDREN

Navy to present 20 computers to officers’ children

The Coastal Protection and Air-Strike Division of the Royal Navy at Sattahip has set up a committee to carry out a selection process of children of low-ranking officers who have shown long-term loyalty, perseverance, responsibility and discipline and who have imparted these traits to their children, to be presented with computers.

More Kid’s corner

SPORTS

Bowling teams set to vie for the 2006 Princess Soamsawalee Cup

Naklua-Pattaya Lions Club is working with city hall to stage a fund-raising bowling competition in which teams will vie for the Princess Soamsawalee Cup.
The competition will take place on February 26 at Bowling Plus, on Pattaya Third Road opposite the Shell gasoline station.

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