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SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND

IEAT to take action against firm
whose workers started Maptaput fire

Thick black smoke billowed into the air at the National Fertilizers (Public) Co. Ltd. plant in the heart of Rayong, sparking fears of toxic contamination, but authorities said there was no danger to the public. They will, however, be filing a complaint against the company that accidentally started the fire.

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Koh Larn officials prepare to set out more buoys to avoid another sea disaster

More than 40 temporary buoys are ready to be anchored off Koh Larn to clearly designate the island’s swimming zone in hopes of preventing accidents like the one that killed a Russian tourist last month.

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14 government agencies push to reduce health care costs


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OUR COMMUNITY

PCEC members experience miracles in the sky

Master of Ceremonies Richard Silverberg welcomed everyone to the Pattaya City Expat Club meeting at Henry J Beans on Sunday, January 24 and after the usual announcements, he introduced the guest speaker, Roger Fox. Roger, a helicopter pilot during the Vietnam War, said his presentation would be about Miracles in the Sky.

continued | More Community

FEATURES

Charity drive raises over one million baht for Haitian relief

Pattaya residents continued to reach out to victims of last month’s devastating Haitian earthquake, with more donations made during the fundraising drive organized by the city and the Pattaya Business & Tourism Association on January 30 at the Central Festival Center on Beach Road.

Continued | More features

OUR CHILDREN

Asian University Alumni come ‘home’ to the campus

Since the first student intake at Asian University in 1998, there have been many graduates and MBAs who are now taking their places in Thailand and the world.

Continued | More Our Children

SPORTS

Auspicious number 9, a hole-in-one, and over 2.4M baht raised

In the 9th year of the Khun Anand Panyarachun Charity Golf Invitational for UNICEF Thailand, held at Eastern Star Country Club & Resort on Saturday, January 23, the Pattaya Sports Club team produced a fine winning score of net 61.3 to just narrowly edge out the Rim Talay team with the net score of 61.6,

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SOCIAL SCENE

H.R.H. Crown Prince Abdullah of Pahang Malaysia (right) graciously visited the Executive Horizon Club at the luxurious 5-star Ocean Tower at the Amari Orchid Pattaya where he was welcomed by the hotel’s general manager, David Cumming.

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DINING OUT

New Year brings new Jameson’s menus

Kim Fletcher, the Landlord at Jameson’s Irish Pub contacted the dining out team with the news of his new menus. Two of them, in fact. One being a rotating weekly menu and the other a rotating monthly menu. They sounded too good to pass up! (So we didn’t!)

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