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by Saichon Paewsoongnern


New railway road hit by traffic jams

Traffic tailbacks are now the norm during rush hour along
the new road next to the railroad tracks.

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Underground power cable installation at Jomtien discussed

Pattaya City and the Provincial Electricity Authority are discussing the timetable for installing power cables underground along Jomtien Second Road.
A meeting took place during the morning of May 16 at Pattaya City Hall, chaired by Pichet Uthaivatananon, director of the Pattaya Public Works Department, with Chanchai Banditsaowapak, who heads a national government body named Underground Cable Project for Large Cities, and representatives of the Provincial Electricity Authority.

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Forum debates strategy for local development and production of Eco Car

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Angry over shoddy service


PCEC welcomes advice on healthcare matters

The meeting of the Pattaya City Expats Club (PCEC) on Sunday May 18 at Henry J. Bean’s got under way with this week’s MC Roger Fox welcoming back Gavin Waddell,

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Snooker ace Hendry makes appearance at the Queen Vic

Eight times world snooker champion Stephen Hendry MBE was in Pattaya for a whirlwind visit and spent some time at the Queen Victoria Inn on Soi 6.

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Regent’s School
senior prize giving

The Year 11 and 13 external examination students recently had their senior prize giving in the Globe Theatre at the Pattaya campus prior to the commencement of their IGCSE and International Baccalaureate examinations.

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Koh Larn mountain bikers
ready for the off

The Koh Larn Mountain Bike Competition 2008, organized by Pattaya City and the Thai Cycling Association, will be held at the island’s Samae Beach on June 14 and 15, with competitors vying for the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy.

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Royal Cliff Beach Resort recently welcomed US Ambassadors Eric G. John (Thailand) (2nd right) and Scot A. Marciel (ASEAN) (left) who were on a private visit. The ambassadors were welcomed by the Royal Cliff Beach Resort’s managing director, Panga Vathanakul (right) and deputy managing director, Ranjith Chandrasiri (2nd left) and other executives of the resort. The American diplomats stayed in the Club Sea View Rooms, Royal Cliff Grand & Spa, which have been extensively refurbished with new wooden floors, new furnishings and mood-enhancing lighting.

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Fondues - Filling and Fun

It has been some time since the Dining Out team dined with Swiss restaurateur Hans Banzinger. 10 years ago, Hans started the Paradise Restaurant on Second Road becoming very well known in Pattaya as the place for exotic meats, with Hans preparing emu, kangaroo, crocodile and ostrich. However, a couple of years ago, Hans took over a small garden restaurant and resort on Soi 16/2 Pattaya-Naklua Road, winding down the Second Road address as the lease began to run out.

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