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Vol. XVI No. 10 Friday
March 7 - March 13, 2008
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
Surachai takes Chonburi
seat in senate election
Despite the hype, Chonburi’s senate
election suffered a very small turnout.
continued | More News
Baht buses continue
to flout no-parking rules
Baht buses are continuing to park in no-parking zones at the front of Big C in
North Pattaya, despite continuing complaints from the public.
Pedestrians and road users on Second Road have lodged complaints with the police
regarding the baht buses, which park at the red-white traffic signs declaring
this to be a no-parking area while they wait for customers to come out from the
department store. The result is traffic jams and obstructions.
Pattaya Mail reporters went to the scene, where they found a number of baht
buses with their engines turned off, waiting for passengers. When people emerged
from the store they climbed on board one of the waiting vehicles, which then
drove away. However, in each case there was another baht bus waiting to fill the
continued | More News
Electrical junk left on beach is an eyesore
Rotary Club Eastern Seaboard
to host 2nd Charity Recital Concert
In November 2006 the Rotary Club of the Eastern Seaboard organized a
piano recital at the Marriott Resort here in Pattaya, the event was such a huge
success that the club have organized a second musical event to be held on March
13 and 14, which this time will be violin pieces played by the hugely talented
Vilmos Olah and accompanying him will be Geza Olah on grand piano.
continued | More Community
2008-09 Rotary International theme puts emphases on Polio eradication,
reducing the rate of child mortality, health, hunger, clean water and literacy
On a cold and windy day in February 103 years ago, four
friends, Paul Harris, Gustavus Loehr, Hiram Shorey, and Silvester
Schiele met to talk about their personal experiences, to further better
understanding and bond friendships with each other.
Continued | More features
ABSORB: Asian University Business School On Running Business
A group of Asian University Business faculty’s undergraduates have
been teaching basic business to some of the pupils at the nearby Phinjam
Wichasorn secondary school in Chak Ngaew village.
More Our Children
Evans blows hot at Greenwood
This was to be a two-tone day. Let me explain, first we
had the normal Stableford competition, and immediately after we had the
Matchplay versus The Cafe Kronborg.
Continued | More Sports
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