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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Kingdom of Thailand celebrates Wan Chatramongkhol (Coronation Day) May 5

The Kingdom of Thailand celebrates Wan Chatramongkhol (Coronation Day) on Monday, May 5 for HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, the world’s longest reigning monarch. Long Live the King! Full story on page 3. (Photo courtesy of the Bureau of the Royal Household)

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City Elections this weekend

Elections for Pattaya City mayor and city council will be held this Sunday, May 4, from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. With this, the Election Commission has announced that once again, alcohol sales and public celebrations are prohibited from 6 p.m. Saturday, May 3, until midnight Sunday, May 4.

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Irrigation Department worries about water supply for next year


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OUR COMMUNITY

Hawaiian Night for YWCA members

YWCA Bangkok-Pattaya Center held a Hawaiian Night on April 15 at the Diana Inn Hotel, as a celebration for members and their families for Songkran.

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FEATURES

Rotary Foundation Trustee Chairman Bob Scott praises work done by region’s Rotary Clubs

When Rotary Past District Governor Prempreecha Dibbayawan was informed that Dr Robert Scott would be visiting Thailand, he immediately invited him for a visit to Pattaya.

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AUTO MANIA

More Bikes from Bitec

CBR 600RR - Arguably the most popular machine in the 600 cc class, this model had a ground up revamp for 2007 but was not at this show last year. The 4 cylinder (across the frame) engine produces 118 BHP at 13,500 rpm. Weighing in at only 155 kg means a very impressive power to weight ratio for this machine.

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SPORTS

Raimon Land TOG Regatta opens at Ocean Marina

It is THAT time again, for the annual Top of the Gulf (TOG) Regatta, the fourth sailing of this event which, apart from the Pang Nga Bay series held every February, really inaugurates the yacht racing scene in Thailand.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Don James (left), director of F&B of Siam City Hotel, Bangkok welcomes Japanese comedian Nishioka Sumiko (right) on her recent arrival at the hotel’s Spice & Rice Thai restaurant to video tape a Thai Cooking Class to promote Thai Airways International’s ‘Thailand Beauty Project’.

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DINING OUT

Yorkies - Proudly British

Yorkies restaurant in Jomtien is now nine years old, established by a very Yorkshire couple, Eileen and Norman Denning. In their past lives in the UK, Norman was a butcher and Eileen served in the shop, but they decided to take off to Thailand and landed in Jomtien. Was this Yorkshire’s loss and Jomtien’s gain?

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