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CURRENT ISSUE  Vol. XIX No. 1 Friday
 January 7 - January 13, 2011
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HM the King wishes everyone “to be happy and to progress in life”

Thailand’s revered and beloved King at told his subjects that everyone shares the same New Year’s wish - to be happy and to progress in life..  Continued


Pattaya officials press efforts to cut road-related holiday deaths

The verdict is still out on how successful they were, but Pattaya city and police officials made a concerted effort to educate drivers on how to prevent accidents during the New Year’s holiday, traditionally one of the deadliest seven day spans on Thai roads.. Continued

 

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Maptaput residents fight coal plant
Pattaya prison tosses cells before New Year
CPDC opens Education Center
Mayor: No changes to bar closing times until at least 2012
Single mother of surprise triplets faces hardship
Frenchman arrested for attempted ATM robbery of Brit
Motorbike taxi drivers escape out-of-control cement truck
Cops put Iranian on ice with arrest for 30 g. of crystal meth

Business owners lavish food, gifts on public officials, media

Pattaya Business & Tourism Association members presented New Year’s gifts to politicians and mass media members as thanks for forwarding their interests during the past year. Continued

 
Economy likely to grow 3-5% next year, says BoT

The New Year exploded across Pattaya in a shower of fireworks and traditional celebrations as the city counted down to 2011. Pattaya’s entire beachfront was lit up with fireworks displays, the largest of them staged at Bali Hai Pier where city officials presided over the official Grand Pattaya Countdown 2011. Shells exploded in a rainbow of colors for 10 minutes in a show seen across Thailand and Asia on television and by tens of thousands in town. Continued

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What’s that pain in my back? 


Haven Hotel brings in Santa for Ban Jing Jai orphans
 
2011 explodes across Pattaya with fireworks, music

The New Year exploded across Pattaya in a shower of fireworks and traditional celebrations as the city counted down to 2011. Continued

More features >>

Royal Cliff Hotels group says thank you
PILC throws musical Christmas luncheon
Pattaya’s biggest networking event: Movers & Shakers
 
 
St Andrews School challenges students with the installation of a new adventure ropes course

Traversing a chasm filled with crocodiles on a single trapeze wire, shooting down the zip wire, crossing over the rope suspension bridge, balancing on the swinging log and getting your group through the giant Spider’s web.  Continued

Our Children >>

Top conductor joins school band in Bangkok 
Regent’s International School gives PILC Xmas cheer 
The Regent’s School is the best in the world 
Elvis is alive and living in Pattaya 
Father Ray Foundation announces Children’s Day 2011 
 
United juniors held to stalemate by Chonburi ‘Sharks’

The FA Youth Cup 2010-2011 brought an intriguing fixture last week as Pattaya United took on local rivals Chonburi FC in a Group C encounter at the Chonburi administration organization sports stadium on December 28. Continued

More Sports >>

Honda LPGA Thailand 2011 returning to Siam Country Club next month
Golf tour group finds a new meeting point
Black Mountain comes of age
Berry bags monthly title
Pattaya Sports Club throws a swinging Xmas Party
Muaythai world championship bout at Pattaya Beach
 
Thai food tops in attracting tourists to Bangkok: Survey

Foreign tourists still enjoyed travelling to Bangkok at year-end, mostly attracted by Thai food and hospitality, and their top destination of choice in Bangkok was the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, according to an opinion survey released at the end of the year.
Over two-thirds - 70.6 percent of the 663 foreign tourists polled - said that Thailand’s political conflicts and protests are less likely to influence their decision to travel to Bangkok.  
Continued

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Fireworks money should be put to better use 
It was on a dark and smoky day 
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