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Vol. XV No. 10
Friday March 9 - March 15, 2007
Travel & Tourism
Dining Out & Entertainment
Life in Fun City
Pattaya Mail Story
Clubs in Pattaya
Current Movies in Pattaya's Cinemas
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Anuchit confesses; police aren’t convinced he acted alone
Suspect re-enacts shooting of Russian women
Anuchit Lumlert (left) was
arrested for the murders of Russian tourists Tatiana Tsimfer, 30, and Liubov
Svirkova, 25. Above he shows how he committed the crime during a
police-conducted re-enactment. Anuchit told police that the motive for the
killings was robbery but police believe he may be lying.
continued | More News
Uproar at Burapha
as students accuse administrators of being ineffective
Classes were cancelled for a day at Burapha University on February 22 as
students and lecturers attended a hearing for the Autonomous University
Constitution, and emotions ran high as the president of the university
failed to attend amid accusations that the administration was ineffective.
Although the voting has no direct effect on the change of the constitution,
its results will be presented to the education commissioners and studied
before a decision is made as to whether Burapha becomes an autonomous
university or remains under government control.
continued | More News
Mayor adds to funding for music festival after TAT budget falls short
YWCA takes part
in Khao Yai workshop
The YWCA Center Bangkok organized a thank-you for members at its various
branches by inviting them to a two-day workshop at the Wanree Resort, at
continued | More Community
Khun Anand - UNICEF Cup safely landed by Cathay Pacific
In their 6th year of being Platinum sponsors of the Khun
Anand Charity Golf Invitational for UNICEF at Eastern Star Country Club &
Resort, Cathay Pacific finally produced a winning team and a record gross score
for the tournament.
continued | More features
International Day at The Regent’s
On Thursday 15th February The Regent’s School staged a celebration of
the international nature of the school community with their annual
More Our Children
‘Ladies Day’ at Bangpakong
The Royal Thai Navy Plutaluang North and West layouts were host to a
stableford competition in two flights with the cut at Handicap 19. The
course on the day was in good condition with fast greens. Sport Days start
on March 1 on Tuesdays and Thursdays for 350 Baht Green Fee.
continued | More Sports
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