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Vol. XIV No. 25
Friday June 23 - June 29, 2006
Dining Out & Entertainment
Life in Fun City
Clubs in Pattaya
Current Movies in Pattaya's Cinemas
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
U.S. WWII sub appears to have been found
A brass plaque placed by U.S.
Navy divers is shown on the aft capstan of a sunken submarine thought to be the
USS Lagarto in the Gulf of Thailand. Navy divers on Friday, June 16, finished a
six-day survey of the wreck. Naval archaeologists will analyze the photos and
video of the 311-foot, nine-inch submarine to confirm the identification of the
submarine. (AP Photo/U.S. Navy, Master
Diver Michael Moser)
continued | More News
Confusion over city hall actions on Larn Island stirs anger among residents
Senior city officials have called a meeting to search for ways to resolve
ongoing problems concerning land encroachment on Larn Island, a situation that
has become so contentious that senior officials have been receiving death
Mayor Niran Watthanasartsathorn and his deputy Ronakit Ekasingh chaired a
meeting at city hall on June 7 to stem the increasing animosity of residents and
business operators and help them understand that the city is following the law.
continued | More News
Volunteer police expenses not paid for eight months
British consul awarded MBE in birthday honours
Barry Kenyon, the British embassy’s honorary consul in
Pattaya, has been given an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire)
in the Queen’s birthday honours recently announced in London. The award is
for meritorious service to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
continued | More Community
Women and Young People are the future of Rotary
At the end of a most worthwhile visit to the Pattaya Orphanage, the
school for deaf children and the Redemptorist School for the Handicapped
(Pattaya Mail Vol. XIV. Iss. No.22) Rotary International President
Carl-Wilhelm Stenhammar highlighted his brief visit to Pattaya by
attending the Rotary Inter City meeting. This gathering of more than 300
Rotarians from the east, central and northeast Thailand was held at the
Town in Town Hotel on the evening of May 26.
continued | More Features
Musical youngsters pay tribute to HM the King
Students at Assumption College Sriracha have paid a musical tribute to
His Majesty to the King, in the form of an array of songs presented at a
health park in Sriracha.
More Kid’s corner
Saraburi teams scoop under-18’s
beach volleyball comp
Teams from Saraburi’s Technical College took out the top
spots in the boys and girls under 18s youth beach volleyball competition held in
Pattaya last weekend.
continued | More Sports
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