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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Oil slick covering an area of 3 km threatens Naklua coast

A tourist at Wong Prachan Beach looks woefully at the mess in front of her. An oil slick of unknown origin reached the shores in Naklua, but has since been mostly cleaned up.

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85 CCTVs installed and more to come as city cracks down on crime

Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh told a meeting of the Pattaya Business and Tourism Association on November 8 that the city had already installed 85 CCTVs with more planned for the future to remedy the crime problem in Pattaya, especially around Pattaya and Jomtien beaches.
Association president Thanet Suphornsahatrangsee chaired the PBTA meeting, held at the Green Park Resort.

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NEWS

Banglamung has top three traffic accident risk spots


 

OUR COMMUNITY

President of UAQ Amiri Court in UAE visits Royal Cliff Beach Resort

HH Sheikh Khaled Bin Rashed All Mualla, President of the UAQ Amiri Court, Emirate of Umm Al Quwain (UAQ) in the United Arab Emirates, recently visited the multi award-winning Royal Cliff Beach Resort on a leisure trip.

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FEATURES

Kenny G amongst Jazz Royale Festival stars in Pattaya

Horseshoe Point will be the venue for the local heats of the Jazz Royale Festival of 2006, with a host of international names including Kenny G, Chris Botti, and the Dizzy Gillespie All-Star Big Band lined up to play alongside local musicians.

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OUR CHILDREN

Jigsaws and more at academic camp

Smart students tried their hands at cooking, artwork and jigsaw puzzles as part of an action-packed academic camp.
Students from Mathayom 4 at Assumption College Sriracha enjoyed their one-day camp recently.

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SPORTS

Pattaya City enjoy goal fest in Bangkok

Pattaya City FC traveled to Bangkok last Saturday in a confident mood looking for another 3 points to keep them in the chase at the top of the MBMG Bangkok Football League. Their opponents Patana have not had the best of starts to the season and could expect another difficult afternoon against the Pattaya strike force of Paul Derbyshire and Mark Brittain.

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