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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

DG Komsan says legal action
will be taken against vendors breaching new beach regulations

Deputy Governor Komsan Ekachai (third right) inspects Pattaya Beach
to make sure the governor’s directives are being adhered to.

continued | More News


Srisaket police visit Pattaya to view security arrangements

Pol Gen Sanon Samonparn, superintendent at Posuwan Police Station in Sirsaket Province led 60 police officers to Pattaya City Hall on July 1 to examine the security procedures employed to protect the city and its residents and visitors.

continued  |  More News


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Buddhist Lent begins next week


Mail Bag
Bar closures and now more problems


OUR COMMUNITY

Charity Club celebrates
its 4th birthday

The Charity Club of Pattaya celebrated its fourth birthday at the Jomtien Boathouse on July 1, having been founded by Malcolm and Christina Boden on July 1, 2004.
Today, the club is run by Malcolm and Christina Boden, Kevin Fisher of Cranes and Equipment Asia, and Vic King, owner of the Queen Victoria Inn on Soi 6, who is treasurer.

continued | More Community

FEATURES

Pattaya’s tallest tower learns the ropes as abseiling team moves in to clean the glass

A company that specializes in cleaning tall buildings by using abseiling techniques developed in mountain climbing has been contracted to clean the windows of Pattaya’s highest building, the 55-story Pattaya Park Tower.

Continued | More features

OUR CHILDREN

Redemptorist sports event selects participants for national disabled games

Redemptorist Vocational School opened its 21st Sports and Games on June 26, with Mayor Itthipol Khunplome performing the official opening ceremony and Father Lawrence Patin, head of the Father Ray Foundation and of the Redemptorist Center in Pattaya acting as host.

Continued | More Our Children

SPORTS

Perry plays a blinder
at St. Andrews

It’s a good day out at this course, it always seems quiet, even when it is not, as you always seem to be cut off from the other holes and very rarely see other golfers.

Continued | More Sports

SOCIAL SCENE

The U.S. Navy recently hosted a reception aboard the USS Jarrett based in Sattahip during the CARAT exercises 2008. The United States Navy League in turn hosted a reception for the Officers and Crew at the Marriott Resort and Spa Pattaya. Awards and plaques were exchanged at the event. (L to R) Commodore Mike Selby, Rear Admiral Nora Tyson, James Copulos, CSI Homeland Security, Bobby Brooks President United States Navy League-Thailand.

More Social Events

DINING OUT

Casa Pascal
and an amazing evening

There must be very few people in Pattaya who have not heard about Casa Pascal,
the restaurant started by Pascal Schnyder and his wife Kim.

More Dining Out



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