Beauty pageant contestants visit Pattaya

Friday, 15 November 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 46 By Warunya Thongrod
More than 3 dozen beauty pageant contestants recently spent a day in Pattaya as part of their promotional tour around Thailand. City Councilman Choosak Sriwatjanapong and other city hall officials…
Royal Thai Navy divisions continued year-end exercises, with Frigate Squadron 1 next up for war games. Rear Adm. Somchai Na Banchang opened training Nov. 6 at the Royal Thai Fleet…

‘Lucky’ Sattahip man finds python in his car

Friday, 15 November 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 46 By Patcharapol Panrak
A Sattahip man who found a python in his car is taking the incident as a slithering sign of good luck. Noppadol Suphaka, 24, jumped out of his black Chevrolet…
Just three days before seven tourists would die in a ferry sinking off Koh Larn, the head of the Thailand Marine Department told an international coast guard forum that sea…
Pattaya engineers are asking Pratamnak Soi 6 residents not to foul newly installed drainage pipes by throwing garbage into storm drains.
Eight area students will compete for a language scholarship to Rangsit University in the final round of a national crossword puzzle competition Dec. 14-16. The high school and college students…
Physically challenged residents using wheelchairs near the Redemptorist Vocational School for Persons with Disabilities are urging Pattaya City Hall to move faster on the already approved plan to construct a…
The look of concern shows on Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra (Front row 3rd right) as officials explain what happened when an overcrowded ferry operated by Koh Larn Travel and being…
Sophon Cable TV is doubling down on the second year of its “Big Thanks” promotion, offering 1.3 million baht in prizes this year to thank customers for their business.
HRH Princess Soamsawalee’s Princess Pa Foundation donated nearly 850 bags of relief supplies to flooding victims in Panthong.
Thammasat University next year will take over foreign-language classes offered by Pattaya City Hall with promises to employ graduates of at least one course.
Pythons slithering into homes in Sattahip have become so common that locals simply now only pay attention so they can bet the victimized house’s street number in the lottery.

Loy Krathong to be held on schedule

Friday, 08 November 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 45 By Phasakorn Channgam
Although organizers are being asked to somewhat mute the celebrations, officials announced that Loy Krathong will be held on its scheduled date, Nov. 17.  An unnamed Tourism of Thailand official…
About 150 people in Sattahip won’t be getting the free eyeglasses they’d expected to receive at next week’s One Sight Foundation huge glasses donation event.
Pattaya would nearly triple the width of drainage pipes underlying downtown streets under a new flood-drainage master plan being drafted by the city.
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