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Vol. XVI No. 26 Friday
June 27 - July 3, 2008

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Koh Larn will need more efficient boat service says Burapha study

Transportation to and from Koh Larn needs an upgrade, according to research carried out by the Thailand Research Fund in cooperation with the Logistics Research Center at Burapha University.

continued | More News

School shuts as rain disrupts Sattahip

Singhsamut School in Sattahip closed for a day on June 19 after heavy rains led to flooding in the area.
Sattahip Mayor Narong Bunbancherdsri said that the rain, which started about 2 a.m. and continued until 9 a.m. couldn’t drain away quickly enough because of the high volume of precipitation combined with a high tide and high water level in the Nong Takian Reservoir.

continued  |  More News

More News
Embattled prime minister faces no- confidence motion, more street protests

Mail Bag
What is going on?


British Chamber goes
to Ban Chang

Last week the British Chamber of Commerce Thailand held its monthly Eastern Seaboard Networking Evening in Ban Chang. This was the first time the BCCT had been to Ban Chang in years and it was rewarded by an excellent turnout with many new faces making the effort to attend.

continued | More Community


New presidents installed at four Rotary Clubs in Pattaya

Rotary Clubs Eastern Seaboard and Jomtien Pattaya installed their new presidents during a ceremony on May 31 at the Marriott Resort and Spa ballroom, where Dennis Stark, a former president himself, emceed throughout the evening.

Continued | More features


Regent’s School joins hands with Peru in earthquake relief project

As part of this year’s Round Square Week at the Regent’s School, Year 12 IB student Vlad Plotnikov and Head of Drama Michael Thomas will be setting off for Peru to take part in an earthquake relief project. They will be helping to construct a Community Center building in the town of Chincha which was badly damaged in an earthquake that took place in August 2007.

Continued | More Our Children


Local windsurfer Ek sets sights on Beijing Olympics

Ek Boonsawat, star windsurfer and a key member of the Thai national team, turned in a fine performance at Event 1 in the Thailand championship at Jomtien Beach over the weekend June 14-15, and next month he will be heading to China to prepare for the Olympic Games in August.

Continued | More Sports


United States Ambassador to Thailand Eric G. John (right) recently commended Bobby Brooks, president of the U.S. Navy League Thailand for his outstanding support of security for visiting U.S. Naval Forces.

More Social Events


Lux’or - dining de-luxe

It is not that often that the Dining Out Team leaves a restaurant and we both say, “That was really good,” but in the case of the Lux’or restaurant we both agreed wholeheartedly that we had enjoyed a rather special evening.

More Dining Out


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