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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

She ain’t heavy, she’s my wife

Kittiphan Sutthayon (#10) carries his wife Jittakorn - barely, but enough to win her heart, and the 30,000 baht first prize in the first Wife Carrying Contest in Pattaya on Valentines Day. Fun City was alive with activities on a day that seems it was invented just for a place like Pattaya, where love abounds.

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Funds approved for Jomtien 2nd Road

Pattaya City Council has passed a 7.79 million baht budget to buy land for the construction of Jomtien 2nd Road.
The first general council meeting of 2009 was held on February 12 at city hall with council chairman, Tawit Chaisawangwong, presiding.
Mayor Itthipol Khunplome proposed an urgent resolution to approve using 7,794,156.37 baht from the council’s deposit money to pay for expropriated land to construct Jomtien 2nd Road.
This is being done in accordance with the Chonburi City Plan 2003 Project, after realizing shortfall in funds provided by the central government.

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Officials agree to improve prisons


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Sterling drop sends some packing for home


OUR COMMUNITY

Inspiration from my friend’s spirit

All the works presented in this solo exhibition were specially painted by the young Thai artist Narong Wannasa and are strongly influenced by his countryside upbringing in Kalasin Province Thailand.

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FEATURES

Pattaya’s first bed race a big success

Sunday February 8 saw a little bit of history in the making, with the running of the first ever Pattaya International Bed Race. Whilst similar events are undertaken in other parts of the world, it is the first time that such a race on such a scale has taken place here.

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OUR CHILDREN

Tennis aces visit homeless children

Thai tennis ace Tamarine Thanasugarn led her tennis friends, top international tennis players all, to say hello to the children at the Child Protection and Development Center in Nongprue.
Women competitors in the PTT Women’s Open 2009 Vera Zvonareva (WTA-5) from Russia, ranked no. 1 in this tournament,

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SPORTS

Visually impaired athletes warm up for Sukhothai games

Blind and visually impaired athletes from the Pattaya area used a special sports day held at the Pattaya Redemptorist School for the Blind on February 11 as a warm up for a disabled student games competition to be staged in Sukhothai at the beginning of March.

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SOCIAL SCENE

Famous rap artist Joey Boy recently visited Moooore Bar & Grill in Pattaya on 2nd Road. The popular rapper enjoyed a great selection of food and drinks late into the night. He was accompanied by some of his gorgeous celebrity friends.

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DINING OUT

La Dolce Vita

One of the newest restaurants in Pattaya/Naklua is La Dolce Vita (the good life - remember the 1960 film directed by Federico Fellini) on Soi 18.

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