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Johny Reimer comes home to see his children

It was indeed a happy day on January 21, 2011 when a group of old friends of Thailand and more especially the Pattaya Orphanage...

Officials continue work on bar-zoning model plan

Area officials have resumed work on drafting the “Pattaya Model” plan to revise zoning, operating hours and tax systems for entertainment venues. ...

Wakeling stops Thai champion in 4 rounds to win WBC Muaythai...

England’s Steve Wakeling sealed his return to the top echelon of Muaythai boxing last Saturday night, January 8, with a masterful ring performance against...

Religious ceremonies held to mark General Kanit Permsub’s 67th birthday

Hundreds attend gathering to pay respects to a beloved man The Permsub household was all abuzz on November 27 as people from...

Pattaya Mail director lectures at Burapha University on good PR

Public Relations has become a most vital element in practically every segment of life, be they in private, public and in social organizations....

Another great Charity Cross Bay Swim success

The 7th annual Charity Cross Bay Swim in Pattaya took place this year on Sunday Nov. 21.  Hosted by the Rotary Club of...

Local sailors strike gold at Asian Games

Young local lady Noppakao Poonpat continued her rise to sailing stardom by securing a gold medal for Thailand last weekend with her win...

Romance fills the air during Loy Krathong 2010

  The air in Pattaya was filled with romance on Sunday night, November 21, as couples from throughout the world floated their krathongs to...

‘New model’ of public relations detailed at Burapha open house

The rise of technology and mass communication in Thailand poses challenges in public relations for government and business leaders, commerce and P.R. lecturers...

PEA threatens to turn off taps on deadbeats

Claiming deadbeats are drying up its liquidity, the Provincial Waterworks Authority is threatening to begin cutting off water to customers who don’t pay...

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MOPH seeks to tackle large overcrowding at hospitals

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Microsoft co-founder, philanthropist Paul Allen dies at 65

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