Rayong using social media to combat drugs in school

Friday, 04 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 40 By Patcharapol Panrak
Rayong and the National Command Center for Drugs are recruiting area students from local schools to use social media to battle against drug use.

Queen Sirikit rewards 60 for controlling diabetes

Friday, 04 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 40 By Patcharapol Panrak
Queen Sirikit Naval Medical Center rewarded 60 patients who’ve made tough choices to conquer their diabetes. Chief of Medicine Capt. Nonglak Singhkowin said the Sept. 24 diabetes-awareness day, the hospital’s…

Pattaya School No. 8 marks 86th anniversary

Friday, 04 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 40 By Warunya Thongrod
Pattaya School No. 8 marked its 86th anniversary with an exhibition on the ASEAN Economic Community. Principal Aaporn Rajsingho headed the Sept. 26 celebration, inviting Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome and city…

Collectors expected to flock to Buddhist amulet show

Friday, 04 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 40 By Thanachot Anuwan
Buddhist amulet collectors from around the region will descend upon Pattaya Oct. 26-27 for the second Pattaya Amulet Competition. Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome and Numchaichana Deewee, president of the Eastern Thai…

Chonburi buffalo races set for Oct. 14-20

Friday, 04 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 40 By CPRD
The end of Buddhist Lent is approaching, and Chonburi officials have started planning the province’s annual buffalo races that also signal the official end to the rainy season.

Typhoon Wutip brings rains to North, Northeast

Friday, 04 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 40 By MCOT
Typhoon Wutip, despite being weakened to the status of a low pressure cell, this past week moved along Thailand’s northern and northeastern regions, bringing rainfall and strong winds.

Mobile medical units go all out to help flood-hit people

Friday, 04 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 40 By MCOT
Mobile medical units and volunteers in flooded provinces nationwide were instructed to work to their maximum capacity in providing physical and mental health checks for the public, according to Public…

Pattaya mapping master plan for flood control

Friday, 27 September 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 39 By Phasakorn Channgam
Deluged by chronic flooding and the public complaints that stem from it, Pattaya officials have begun drafting a master plan to deal with water-drainage and flood-prevention issues.
Pattaya officials are looking for a new city dump after protests by Khao Maikaew residents continue to shut down its existing landfill.

South Korean ambassador makes official visit to Pattaya

Friday, 27 September 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 39 By Warunya Thongrod
South Korea’s ambassador to Thailand made his first official visit to Pattaya, seeking to strengthen ties with leaders of a popular tourist destination for Koreans.
Chonburi officials are trying to make it more difficult to open bars and entertainment venues in Sriracha and 10 other districts to prevent alcohol from being sold near schools and…
Long before Suvarnabhumi International Airport even opened in 2006, Thai officials have been talking about linking it with Pattaya by high-speed train. They’re still talking.
Despite losing most of its participants last year, the International Fireworks Competition will be back for a fourth year in Pattaya Nov. 29-30. City officials decided Sept. 6 to revive…

Tourist Police upgrade services for coming high season

Friday, 27 September 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 39 By Boonlua Chatree
Pattaya Tourist Police have rolled a new mobile unit that will replace the minivan long stationed at the mouth of Walking Street to provide better service for the coming high…
Rayong social workers are monitoring a Maptaput oil worker shamed on the Internet for allegedly caning his stepson. Rayong Social Development and Human Stability employees and local police Sept. 17…
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