Region mobilizes to aid flood victims in Phanat Nikhom, Panthong

Friday, 25 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 43 By CPRD
Area officials, aid organizations and hospitals have mobilized to help residents of Phanat Nikom and Panthong after the second typhoon of the season exacerbated already critical flooding problems in the…

Eastern Seaboard marks end of Buddhist Lent

Friday, 25 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 43
The Eastern Seaboard marked the end of three months of Buddhist Lent with merit-making ceremonies and re-enactments of Lord Buddha’s return to earth from heaven. Government officials and residents participated…

Kingdom celebrates 103rd Chulalongkorn Day

Friday, 18 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 42
Wednesday, October 23, marks the 103rd anniversary of HM King Chulalongkorn’s death. Since Chulalongkorn Day is a national holiday here in the Kingdom, banks and government offices will be closed…

PILC looks forward to Christmas Bazaar

Friday, 18 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 42
It’s not long now before the Pattaya International Ladies Club’s Christmas Bazaar, to be held on Sunday, November 17 at the Holiday Inn Hotel Pattaya. The Bazaar will, as usual,…
Pattaya will be getting its third transvestite beauty pageant after the Mimosa in Jomtien Beach announced its contest Nov. 14-17.
Road workers have been called out to patch holes in Second Road after the heavy rains earlier this month. 

Pratamnak loses appeal as relaxing driving route

Friday, 18 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 42 By Veechan Souksi
It wasn’t that long ago that Pratamnak Road and the surrounding streets used to a pleasant place to drive. How things have changed. With the proliferation of condos and hotels…
Rayong officials have determined that no environmental damage resulted from the breach of a disused wastewater-treatment reservoir at a Ban Khai paper mill.

Tractors smooth over typhoon damage on Pattaya Beach

Friday, 18 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 42 By Boonlua Chatree
City workers on tractors rolled across a storm-gouged Pattaya Beach to try and repair the damage done by Typhoon Wuthip. Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome ordered workers to hit the beach around…
In September 2010, the Pattaya Mail reported that “the days of blocking off the curb in front of your home or business may be coming to an end” as police…
Thailand’s first automated parking garage is expected to open in November at Bali Hai Pier, offering storage of cars and, eventually, boats. Using a computerized-elevator system by Simmatec Robotic of…
Pattaya beach chair vendors are sick of waiting for city officials to solve Pattaya’s flooding problem and have begun blocking off the beach themselves to prevent erosion.
The Pattaya Marine Department is considering new regulations to take effect next month that would carve up the area’s shoreline into separate operating zones for swimming, jet skis and boats,…

2 Indian tourists abducted, robbed by Thai motorist

Friday, 18 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 42 By Boonlua Chatree
Police are searching for three Thais who kidnapped a pair of Indian men under the premise of selling them sexual services. The unidentified woman and two men abducted, beat and…

Drunk civil-defense volunteer, 3 others arrested in Naklua

Friday, 18 October 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 42 By Boonlua Chatree
A drunk Pattaya Civil Defense Volunteer and three other men were arrested on weapons, drugs and other offenses after causing a late-night ruckus outside a Naklua karaoke bar.
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