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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Drivers flouting regulations create
chaos with new traffic light system

Drivers, especially motorcyclists, are ignoring road regulations and causing traffic jams on Sukhumvit Road.

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City donates ambulance to Sawang Boriboon

Pattaya City has donated an ambulance to the Sawang Boriboon Thammasathan Foundation, with the handover ceremony conducted on March 25 at the King Taksin Monument outside Pattaya City Hall.
Mayor Niran Wattanasartsathorn and Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh presented the 1.9 million baht vehicle to Prasit Thongtitcharoen, who is deputy head of Sawang Boriboon in Pattaya.
This is the second occasion the city has donated an ambulance, aware of the need to have an efficient fleet of vehicles ready for any emergency concerning residents or visitors.

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Council backs 4 a.m. closing time for entertainment outlets


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OUR COMMUNITY

Easter celebrated at St Nikolaus

More than 200 Thai and foreign Christians gathered at St Nikolaus Church on March 22 to celebrate Easter, a time of the year when Christians the world over gather in observance of their beliefs that Jesus arose from the dead.The celebrations began with a mass on Maundy Thursday. Good Friday also saw fully occupied pews at 3 pm, the assumed time when Jesus died, as well as at the 6 pm mass.

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FEATURES

International scoring for horse jumping event

Horseshoe Point in cooperation with the Thai Equestrian Association, the Thai Horse Riding School Association and the International Riding School staged the FEI World Jumping Challenger 2008 competition on March 23 and 24.

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OUR CHILDREN

Magical Easter at Baan Jing Jai Orphanage

With Fairies, an Easter Bunny and a playground brimming with chocolate eggs, it was always going to be a magical and memorable afternoon for the children at Baan Jing Jai Children’s’ Home.

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SPORTS

Weight in vain for former arm- restling champ Suparuek

A four-time junior-weight arm wrestling champion who deliberately put on the pounds to elevate himself to the medium-weight category lost in his bid for the top spot during the International Arm Wrestling Championship on March 22, despite achieving a good score.

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SOCIAL SCENE

St Patrick’s Day saw the opening of a new bar in Soi L.K. Metro, the Irish Rovers. It was a double celebration for owner Patrick O’Brien (left), the opening of his bar and his birthday. Patrick passed around bowls of Irish stew and played host to a raffle draw in aid of the Mercy Center. The raffle was organized by himself, Patrick Dempsey (center) from Juice restaurant, Steve Spratt (right) from Murphy’s Law and Dennis McConville (2nd left) from Metro Apartments. They were joined by Fred Doell (2nd right).

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DINING OUT

Mooore Bar and Grill on Saturday

The More Bar and Grill has slowly become the ‘Moooore’ Bar and Grill, as ‘moooore’ people (sorry about that) have found out where it is. The venue is tucked away under the Marriott Resort and Spa Garden Café (where Delaneys and Shenanigans used to be situated). However, it is now easier to find with its large sign and some tables outside.

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