Mail turns 14
Vol. XV No. 29 Friday
July 20 - July 26, 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
How safe are the special pathways
for the physically challenged?
Pranee contemplates whether the ramp is safe enough for her
to attempt to roll down to the beach. How does one jump over a pothole sitting
in a wheelchair?
continued | More News
Pattaya Mail turns 14 years old with this issue, and as such represents a
milestone, not just for the Pattaya Mail newspaper, but for Pattaya and the
Eastern Seaboard itself.
For any enterprise to get into the double digits, in this fast-paced age, means
that not only is the product right, timely and fitting, but also filling a need
in the community. The community response to the Pattaya Mail over the past 14
years has shown that this is the case. You have made and molded your newspaper
to where it is today.
continued | More News
PBTA urges police to crack down on power line thefts
Oldest hospital in Macao inspects
Pattaya’s newest medical facility
The Kiang Wu hospital in Macao has been established for over 135 years, but
in the varied fields of today’s medicine, one has to move forward to stay
abreast of the technological changes.
continued | More Community
It’s a clean sweep for Kenya at 13th Pattaya Marathon
Kenyan athletes were once again at the forefront when it came to collecting
awards at last Sunday’s 13th International Pattaya Marathon.
continued | More features
Tears and laughter as Nurse Trainers
say farewell to Asian U.
After five weeks in Asian U’s English Immersion
Programme, a group of ten Nurse Instructors from Nonthaburi have just
left Asian university to return to their regular jobs. They joined
forces with the undergraduate students to put on an excellent and
entertaining show. The show was all in English, of course.
More Our Children
Sitthichai takes stage three of Thailand Mountain Bike Championships
Sitthichai Katekaewmanee, a silver medallist at the Asian Championships and
a six-time Thailand champion, took revenge over his younger compatriot
Thanaphol Charupheng to win the downhill mountain bike title at Koh Larn,
Saturday, July 7, and capture the third leg of the Thailand Mountain Bike
Championships for 2007.
continued | More Sports
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