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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Loy Krathong this weekend

Loy Krathong, the most romantic night on the Thai calendar, falls on Sunday, November 5. The festivities will be held throughout the city at hotels and anywhere there is water, whilst the city organized fun will take place in Naklua and Walking Street, with a special party on Koh Larn. (For more, turn to page 5) So, take your significant other by the hand, buy or build a biodegradable krathong, head to a body of water and float away your troubles.

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City hall to clamp down on dilatory contractors

City hall is to crack down on contractors who carry out sub-standard work or who delay projects. Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh chaired a meeting of departmental heads on October 18 to consider measures to take against contractors who breach regulations. The intention is for the measures to be proposed to Pattaya City Council for ratification into an Act.

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NEWS

New police chief says IT systems will help solve Pattaya’s problems


 

OUR COMMUNITY

Prayer ceremony held for prominent Thai-Sikh volunteer Shri Sardool Singh Khanijou

A Sikh prayer ceremony was held at the Sri Guru Singh Sabha Sikh Temple on October 22 for Shri Sardool Singh Khanijou, a Thai-Sikh volunteer who passed away on September 18 this year. The Sikh Club in Pattaya and the Volunteer Public Welfare Association of Bangkok together presented an honorary certificate to the deceased man’s family.

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FEATURES

Mexico’s Erica takes Miss International Queen 2006 crown

Mexico’s Erica Andrews won the Miss International Queen 2006 crown on October 28, in a glittering event held at Tiffany’s Show Theatre and differing from a conventional international beauty contest only in the fact that all the competitors were genetically male.Twenty-four transvestites from 13 countries attended the pageant, and in addition to the contest also took part in a hectic round of activities at various locations in Pattaya.

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OUR CHILDREN

Rotary Clubs of Taksin-Pattaya and Singapore visit Pattaya Orphanage

Rotary is an organisation of business and professional leaders united worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build peace and goodwill in the world.
That was highlighted recently when 2 Rotary Clubs from different countries joined hands and handed a cheque over to the Pattaya Orphanage for US $2,000, that being raised by the Rotarians from Singapore.

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SPORTS

Pattaya’s golfing fraternity compete socially at Eastern Star’s ‘Invitation Day’

Eastern Star Country Club & Resort organized an ‘Invitation Day’ on Saturday, 28th October for groups organizing golf outings in Pattaya and Ban Chang and other golf related organizations in the area. This was a fully complimentary opportunity to play the course and enjoy the excellent food and hospitality at Eastern Star.

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