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Pattaya fetes Chinese New Year with lions, fireworks & prayer

Pattaya denizens welcomed in the Year of the Rabbit last weekend with parades, lion and dragon dances, prayers, fireworks and a grand party. The eclectic mix of the city and surrounding environs showed in the many different ways Chinese New Year was celebrated this year, including this dragon guarding the entrance to the Sawang Boriboon Foundation in Naklua. Continued


Pattaya, Cambodian, UN officials mull anti-human trafficking measures

Pattaya officials joined Cambodian government workers and staffers from various United Nations-affiliated organizations in a brainstorming session aimed at eradicating and preventing human trafficking here.

Continued

 

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City, community leaders brainstorm anti-drug programs
City establishes another committee to study quality of life for disabled
Sattahip district to suspend workers caught driving without helmets
Chonburi governor blames Sriracha floods on local residents
National Security Council meets in Pattaya on marine security
Burglars rob 3 Banglamung homes while owners away
Asleep at the wheel, napping man snarls Sattahip traffic for an hour
Fish-truck driver leads police on TV-style pursuit through Sattahip
Elderly Brit dies of apparent diabetic convulsion
Teen fugitive nabbed for alleged rape of 12-year-old girl

City, community leaders brainstorm anti-drug programs

Pattaya officials and community leaders brainstormed ideas to curtail illegal drug use and welcomed new members into a “Strong Community” anti-drug program. Continued

 
About Bt50 million lost in border trade with Cambodia

Clashes between Thai and Cambodian troops near the disputed Preah Vihear temple have affected trade and tourism businesses in the area. Continued

More Our community >>

Beach bus service available 


Pattaya Music Contest kicks off Feb. 13
PCEC members learn about Vibration and Energy Healing


School No. 1 given clean drinking water


 
Elvis, Beatles ‘perform’ again in Jomtien for charity concert

The music of Elvis, the Beatles and Broadway came to life for a night in Jomtien Beach as hundreds turned out to help raise money for charity with a “Thank You for the Music” tribute concert.  Continued

More features >>

Pattaya fetes Chinese New Year with lions, fireworks & prayer
deVine Wine Club accepts a Mission Impossible
 
 
St Andrews School raises funds for the Dek Dee Centre

Dek Dee is an early childhood learning centre located in Ban Chang. This non profit organization provides early childhood schooling for 50 children aged 2 1/2 - 4 years old.Continued

Our Children >>

Students from St Andrews International School learn to sail at Sattahip 
Hopping into a New Year 
Miss Thailand World graces Father Ray Foundation with charity donations 
 
PTT Pattaya Open 2011 gets underway at Dusit Thani Pattaya

This year’s PTT Pattaya Open officially began following a press conference held last Sunday, 6 February 2011 at the Napalai Convention Hall of Dusit Thani Pattaya.  Continued

More Sports >>

United ready and prepared for 2011 kick-off
Thai windsurfers win 3 of 7 categories at Singapore Open
Last gasp goal salvages a point for City
LPGA stars all set for season opening event in Pattaya
Chonburi tops the table at National Disabled Games
A clean sweep for the PGS
 

Hubert Viriot (3rd right), Raimon Land chief executive officer welcomes top officials from the Treasury Department, headed by Director General Vinai Vittavasgarnvej (3rd left) to Northpoint, the recently-completed residential development along prestigious Wongamat Beach.   Continued

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Dining 
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A night to remember: “Thank You for the Music” 
Was Lipton Tea reading? 
Pedestrian lights a welcome relief

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