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Jesters’ Fair is this Sunday!

Friday, 07 September 2012 Issue Vol. XX No. 36 By Lewis Underwood
Jesters Care for Kids Charity Drive 2012, Sponsored by Glencore International and Canadian Jackalope Open The main events of the Jesters Care for Kids Charity Drive 2012, sponsored by Glencore International…
An art-focused library was recently built in Bangkok with an eye to the future. Contemporary art activist Narawan Pathomwat is not only an avid reader. She has gradually collected thousands…
CHUMPHON, Aug 31 – A conservation group in this southern province on the coast of the Gulf of Thailand has successfully protected endangered giant clams after one year of civic…

Buffalo racers splash past Mabprachan Reservoir

Friday, 31 August 2012 Issue Vol. XX No. 35 By Vittaya Yoondorn
The heavy overnight rains certainly added a different challenge when traditional buffalo racing came to Mabprachan Reservoir in Pattaya Aug. 19, along with a festival that also featured greased pole…
The Father Ray Foundation commemorated the ninth anniversary of its founder’s passing with a “Magical Land, Build the Disabled’s Dream” festival at the Redemptorist Vocational School.

King Power donates 500,000 baht to Pattaya Orphanage

Friday, 31 August 2012 Issue Vol. XX No. 35 By Manoon Makpol
Duty-free retailer King Power International Co. donated more than a half-million baht in cash and items to the Pattaya Orphanage while treating the children to lunch and entertainment.

Remembering Father Ray

Friday, 24 August 2012 Issue Vol. XX No. 34 By Derek Franklin
On the morning of the ninth anniversary of the death of Father Ray Brennan, 16th August, the students, teachers and volunteers from the Vocational School for People with Disabilities gathered…
Situated along the 331 close to the junction with the 332, Khao Bai Sri cares for children from the age of 6 that have various ailments which include Down’s Syndrome,…

What a Friday Night!

Friday, 24 August 2012 Issue Vol. XX No. 34 By Dr. Iain Corness
Last Friday was definitely an “Irish Pub” night in Pattaya, which began at the Joint Chambers of Commerce networking evening at the Dicey Reilly’s Pub on Second Road.

Kui Buri's elephant problem solved

Monday, 20 August 2012 By MCOT
The problem of forest encroachment has caused wild elephants to leave their jungle habitat and search for food in villagers' farmlands.
  Pufferfish are caught from the seas of Thailand every day. Most fishermen find the poisonous vertebrates worthless and usually throw them back into the sea.
Heavy rains may have eventually cancelled the parade, but it couldn’t stop thousands of adoring subjects from wishing Her Majesty Queen Sirikit a happy 80th birthday last Sunday at Bali…

Long Live Her Majesty Queen Sirikit

Friday, 10 August 2012 Issue Vol. XX No. 32
Power of Love The Committee for Documentary Compilation and Archives Photographic Credit: The Royal Private Department of Photography, Office of the Royal Household; Royal Private Film Her Majesty the Queen’s Personnel…
Pattaya hotel, charity and business leaders congratulated Pattaya Mail Publishing Co. executives on the newspaper and television publisher’s 19th anniversary.

Thailand celebrates two major Buddhist holidays

Friday, 10 August 2012 Issue Vol. XX No. 32 By Manoon Makpol
Last weekend, parades filled the streets and local temples were filled with worshipers as Thailand celebrated two major Buddhist holidays, Asalaha Bucha Day and Khao Pansaa.
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