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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Finally, we can put 2008 behind us and look forward with eager anticipation into 2009, just like this monk symbolically walking out of last year and into a much brighter future. From all of us in the Pattaya Mail family, we wish you a happy, healthy, safe and prosperous New Year. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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Big New Year countdown at Bali Hai

It’s shaping to be the New Year countdown to end all countdowns as Pattaya invests eight million baht to count out the last days of the year to 2009 at Bali Hai Pier. Pattaya City is joining with Chonburi Administration, MCOT and GMM media in organizing an enormous seven days and seven nights countdown to 2009, starting on December 25 and continuing right through to New Year’s Eve, December 31. The big week will include performances by superstar artists and fireworks.

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OUR COMMUNITY

Finding out about skin cancer at weekly PCEC meeting

Sarayut Sanguanpokai, PhD, Superintendent of Pattaya Police, was the first honored guest speaker for the December 14 Pattaya City Expats Club meeting at the Amari’s Henry J. Beans Restaurant.

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FEATURES

Santa arrives at Pinnacle via elephant

The Rotary Club of Phoenix Pattaya organized on St. Nicholas Day (December 6) a typical St. Nicholas Party at the Pinnacle Grand Hotel. More than 50 orphans and children from the Redemptorist drop-in center were invited.

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OUR CHILDREN

Young talents sing in the New Year

Young talents in Pattaya wishing to start the New Year on bright and winning notes can join the Tiffany Show Pattaya 2009 young talent competition.

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SPORTS

Bangwin team win Camel Winter Classic 2008

The 8th annual Camel Winter Charity Classic was blessed with immaculate weather, clear blue skies and a light cool breeze keeping the temperature at an ideal level.

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SOCIAL SCENE

John Seymour (left), MD of Northern Thai Realty accepts a First Aid box from Dr. Iain Corness, representing the Bangkok Hospital Pattaya, following the fire in the building adjacent to the Northern Thai office.

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DINING OUT

Mata Hari revisited - and a new menu

When we looked at our calendar, it had been more than 12 months since our previous review of Louis Noll’s Mata Hari, but that did not mean that we had not eaten there in the interim.

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