Pattaya Mail turns 15

Vol. XVI No. 48 Friday
November 28 - December 4, 2008

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Goodbye beach power poles

History in the making – power poles and the unsightly mess of tangled power lines are being removed from Beach Road.

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Bar owners protest at police station

More than 100 bar owners converged on the Pattaya Police Station early on November 19 in angry protest against the action of a music copyright company over the arrest of the owner of the Dream Bar for alleged copyright infringement.
Chatree Sitthisak, 37, president of the Beer Bar Association, said the bar owners were angry about the action of Tanongsak Saicham, an attorney representing RKT Publishing Co. Ltd, on the previous evening to force Dream Bar caretaker Pian Khonto, 41, to come before police accusing her of copyright infringement.
Netsrai Chamnankit, 39, from Banglamung and the Dream Bar owner, said four company representatives, one of them a non-commissioned police officer, acted as customers in her bar.

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City donates motorcycles to police

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Charity Club of Pattaya receives seventh platinum sponsor

Malcolm Boden from the Charity Club of Pattaya met managing director Philip (Tom) Coghlan’s at his office in Huayai to receive the Platinum Sponsorship money for the Charity Gala Dinner, which will be held in January.

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Saroj strikes gold at Eastern Star

The Diana Group recently celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the Diana Gold Charity Golf tournament at Eastern Star Country Club & Resort

Continued | More features


Senior Regents students attend regional RS conference in Western Australia

The time we spent in Perth, Australia, was very eventful and exciting. We were constantly involved in some form of interesting project or activity.

Continued | More Our Children


Work begins on new Pattaya sports stadium

Pattaya will have a large sport stadium with a capacity of 20,000 seats to be built at the cost of 744 million baht by 2013, with further plans for it to be expanded later to an eastern national sports complex costing 1.26 billion baht.

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Ticon Industrial Connection PCL recently sponsored a special British Chamber of Commerce Thailand (BCCT) luncheon with guest speaker Dr. Atchaka Brimble, secretary general, Board of Investment at the Grand Millenium Sukhumvit. (From left) Ian Hamilton, general manager Business Development, Ticon; Dr. Atchaka Brimble, secretary general, Board of Investment; Rodney Bain, BCCT chairman; Mark Butters, BCCT board director.

More Social Events


The Great British Fish and Chip Shop

Fish and chips is a British icon. No self-respecting suburb is without its fish and chip shop. There have been queues at the fish and chip shop every Friday night for decades, and the fish and chip shops have been closed on Mondays for the same time. Kevin and Mark, the proprietors of the Great British Fish and Chip Shop informed me that as the fisherman did not go to sea on Sundays,

More Dining Out


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