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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

Anti-government protesters
attack premier’s motorcade in Pattaya, Abhisit unhurt

An anti-government protester, red cap, is blocked by security guards and police officers as he threatens to attack Thailand’s Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, not seen, in Pattaya. Abhisit’s motorcade was stopped at a red light, and for some unknown reason the driver had not locked his door. The protester did manage to grab hold of the driver’s collar.  (AP Photo)

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Due to this being a national holiday, banks and government offices will be closed April 11-15. But all banks in department stores and plazas will be open every day for banking services such as money exchange.


Rescuers prepare for Songkran accidents

Thailand’s New Year festivities, known as Songkran, run from Monday, April 13 through Wednesday April 15 everywhere in the Kingdom except Pattaya. The festivities here run from Saturday, April 18 through Monday, April 20.

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Red shirts protest at city hall


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Uncle Eric Bahrt


OUR COMMUNITY

U.T.S. receives a certificate of appreciation

John Richardson of U.T.S recently received a certificate of appreciation from Christina Boden of the Charity Club of Pattaya at John’s U.T.S. factory in Ban Chang Rayong.

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FEATURES

Mike Franklin’s legacy continues with triumphant 1st memorial tournament and over 850,000 baht raised for charity

The inaugural Mike Franklin Memorial Charity Golf Tournament was played out under clear blue skies and with light winds at the Eastern Star Golf & Country Club a week last Wednesday, April 1;

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OUR CHILDREN

Vocational students graduate

Banglamung Intertech School awarded certificates to its 2008 graduates on March 21 at the Rumpeuypannee Hall of Jomtien Garden Resort Pattaya.

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SPORTS

Wrestling time in May

Next month will see muscles rippling and bodies sweating as amateur wrestlers from 23 countries descend on Pattaya to compete in the Asian Senior Wrestling Championship 2009 from May 2-7.

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SOCIAL SCENE

The Muscle Boys: Ingvar, Robert and Jan, receive their certificates of appreciation from the Jesters Care for Kids charity drive. Ingvar, owner of Alingsas Halsostudio, and Jan are perennial Bronze Sponsors for the Jesters Care for Kids. Robert (and Erik from the Scandinavian Bar and Restaurant), are the indefatigable pushbike riders, who have raised over 3 million baht for Jesters over the last 8 years.

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DINING OUT

Moon River Pub

I found to our horror that it had been three years since we last reviewed the Thai Garden Resort’s Moon River Pub. We had been in a couple of times to listen to the music, but a formal review was not done. We apologized to the GM of the Thai Garden Resort, Rene Pisters, and dropped in last week.

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