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 March 30 - April 5, 2012
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Annual Rotary Cross Bay Swim a winner for our children

Nic Wilson (main photo) races home under stormy skies, wining the 3.5 km swim across Pattaya Bay. 10-year-old Erika Heltne (left) won the short fun swim, whilst Aleksei Balykov (right) won the 1.3 km intermediate swim. The true winners, however, are the children as proceeds from the event will go to ensure clean water, education and a chance for a better future for those less fortunate in our community. (Full story and more photos on center pages)

  Continued


AIS adds 8 Pattaya disabled students to call center workforce

Eight Pattaya disabled students landed jobs when the Father Ray Foundation joined Advanced Information Services’ call center employment program.

Continued

 

More News >>

Public, private groups ally to combat ‘considerable’ increase in HIV/AIDS in Pattaya
Bikers Without Borders pulls into Pattaya  
Pattaya cuts spending on public-health programs by 33%  
Mayor downplays claim 30% of Pattaya land held by foreigners  
Wife arrested for killing husband who planned to leave her  
Police arrest 3 in methamphetamine crackdown
2 arrested for using fake passports to open bank accounts  
Police arrest South African with huge cache of meth, heroin, other drugs  

Hotel execs updated on minimum wage increase

Executives from more than 60 Pattaya-area hotels were brought up to speed on the Thai minimum wage increase set to take effect April 1..

Continued

 
Pattaya business leaders shrug off threat from coming labor-law liberalization

A provincial labor official warned Pattaya tourism businesses to begin planning now for changes to come in 2015 with the launch of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations common market.

Continued

More BUSINESS>>

Pattaya business leaders shrug off threat from coming labor-law liberalization


Bt300 wage rise only slightly impacts goods prices: Commerce Minister


 

 
TAT signs MOU with Krungthai Bank to issue “Miracle Thailand Card”

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Krungthai Bank to issue the Miracle Thailand Card,   Continued

More Our community >>

PILC members learn “The Power of One”  


Cancer is a word, not a sentence  
Pattaya School No. 11 leads winners list at Yamaha Young Talent contest  
 
Aksorn schools celebrate kindergarten graduation

Although they’ve practically just begun their school lives, kindergarten students earned their first diplomas at the Aksorn Group of schools.p>

   Continued

Our Children >>

Aksorn schools celebrate kindergarten graduation  
Regent’s Revue raises the roof of the Globe  
  
 
Buoyant Bartley’s boomers

A great day on the slopes of Phoenix today, Friday, March 16. It’s strange, now that the high season is coming to a close the course is getting better.ify">   Continued

More Sports >>

Coulon clobbers the field at Pattaya Country Club  
Smith and Jones spotted at Emerald
Everett bags a brace and takes Hua Hin Handicap to boot
Swansong for Three Sisters Group
 


The spectacular world class Tiffany’s Show Pattaya was invited by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (Asian Section) to participate in the PTAA Travel and Tour Expo 2012 in Manila, Philippines recently.    Continued

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