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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

A nation rejoices in celebration
of His Majesty the King’s 81st birthday

Lady constables light candles and sing at Bali Hai in honor of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great’s 81st birthday.

Continued | More features


Red protesters march through Pattaya in support of ousted government

Dressed proudly in red, some 50 National United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) members protested at Pattaya City Hall on December 1, demanding increased security in the city and more support for the government.
The protesters paraded on the main roads in Pattaya before traveling to city hall to submit a letter to Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh stating their demands.

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Hajj pilgrims delayed by airport protest


Mail Bag
22 frustrating hours at the airport


OUR COMMUNITY

Marines, Lions, Rotary plant mangroves

The Royal Thai Marine Corps, Rotary and Lions clubs together planted 600 mangrove seedlings at Thungpong Beach to create a forest to honor His Majesty the King for the “116 Days from Mothers’ Day to Fathers’ Day” project.

continued | More Community

FEATURES

Beautiful balloons up, up and away

It’s up, up and away in my beautiful balloon as Pattaya Flying Fantasy 2008 International Air and Balloon Show lifted off spectacularly in the learning areas of Watkamudomsuksa College. More than 50 balloons from around the world joined the fun November 27 to 30.

Continued | More features

OUR CHILDREN

School fair goes creative

The development of creativity was the theme of this year’s educational fair at the Mareevit School on November 21.

Continued | More Our Children

SPORTS

Champ Chokuthit sweeps all before him at Jet Ski King’s Cup

Chokuthit Molee won trophies in three separate categories at the Jet Ski King’s Cup tournament in Pattaya last weekend and also made history by being the first Thai ever to place higher than third in the Pro Runabout Open class.

Continued | More Sports

Property - Real Estate

Agents and prospective buyers invited to “The Beaches” launch party

The official launch party of the Beaches Bang Saray development will take place this coming Friday, December 12, and it promises to be a party like no other seen before on the Eastern Seaboard.

More Property - Real Estate

DINING OUT

Outback Golf Bar

We were invited out to the Outback Golf Bar by co-owner Bob Philp, who is an interesting chap who has a long antipodean history of working in pubs. You also get the feeling that Bob Philp has enjoyed himself in pubs, which might go some ways towards explaining how he comes across so easily in the mine host role.

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