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Vol. XV No. 35 Friday
August 31 - September 6, 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
Sattahip Market blaze
destroys houses and shops
A fire at Sattahip Market, fanned by sea breezes,
razed over 30 homes and businesses.
continued | More News
PBTA working with city hall to draw up long-term
water supply plan
The Pattaya Business and Tourism Association says it is still concerned over the
city’s water supplies and has been working with city hall to prepare a long-term
water management plan that will be submitted to the governor of Chonburi
Although the present supply of raw water does not present any difficulty, says
the PBTA, only 45 percent of the supplies going to residents and business
operators in the Pattaya City area is raw water from the Mabprachan and Charknok
Reservoirs, which are linked. Consequently, in the event of a drought, such as
happened in 2005, there could be an immediate impact on living conditions and
the local economy.
continued | More News
Navy buys fruit to
help Southern planters
Perfect balance struck
at PCEC meeting
Not only was a busy programme presented at this week’s
meeting of the Pattaya City Expats Club (PCEC) on Sunday August 19th at
Henry J. Bean’s but also the perfect balance was struck. The meeting
consisted of a speaker who provided some valuable information which was then
followed by a very entertaining session.
continued | More Community
1,000 gather to pay their respects to memory of Father Ray
More than 1,000 people attended the fourth anniversary service for the
passing of Father Ray Brennan at St Nikolaus Church on August 16.
continued | More features
The ‘kids’ make a trip to the dentist
Three of the kids from the Fountain of Life Center made a routine trip
to the Dental department at Bangkok Pattaya Hospital on the morning of
Friday August 24th.
More Our Children
Flying Farangs raise a little hell and
300,000 baht for charity
The 4th Annual Flying Farangs Open Charity Golf Tournament
held at Phoenix Golf & Country Club last Saturday, August 25, proved to be
another outstanding success.
continued | More Sports
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