Pattaya officials tout campaign to reduce foam krathongs

Friday, 22 November 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 47 By Warunya Thongrod
Pattaya officials say a city campaign to push people to use more natural materials in the Loy Krathong floats has been successful and hope this year’s holiday will see another…
The Sanctuary of Truth will host a five-religion ceremony for people of all faiths to express their devotion to Their Majesties the King and Queen. Manager Noppadol Phetrat said the…

Eastern doctors listen intently at BHP tinnitus conference

Friday, 22 November 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 47 By Warunya Thongrod
More than 100 eastern-region doctors caught up on the latest in diagnosis and treatment of tinnitus at a hearing and speech conference at Bangkok Hospital Pattaya.
Survey Reveals Thailand is a Highly-Desirable Destination for Ex-Pat Teachers Thailand has developed into a ‘must-go’ destination for teachers from overseas, according to a new survey of almost 200 educationalists.…

Romantic Loy Krathong this Sunday

Friday, 15 November 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 46
The most romantic night on the Thai calendar, Loy Krathong, is this Sunday, November 17.  The festivities will be held throughout the city at hotels and anywhere there is water,…
Pattaya will award more than 50,000 baht in scholarships to young girls competing in its Loy Krathong “Nu Noi (Young Miss) Noppamas” pageant Sunday at Bali Hai Pier.

Nong Nooch celebrates Loy Krathong Nov. 16

Friday, 15 November 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 46 By Patcharapol Panrak
Nong Nooch Tropical Garden will celebrate Loy Krathong Nov. 16 with children’s contests and other activities at the Najomtien tourist attraction’s lakefront.
A 12-year-old Russian boy became the seventh tourist to die in the Nov. 3 ferry sinking off Koh Larn when he succumbed to injuries in a Sriracha hospital.
Banning fireworks and floating lanterns on Loy Krathong usually has as much effect as banning PVC water cannons on Songkran, but Pattaya police are trying again anyway, promising to arrest…

3 fishing boats capsize, 23 rescued in Sattahip

Friday, 15 November 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 46 By Patcharapol Panrak
Three fishing boats capsized and 23 sailors were rescued when high waves hit Sattahip Bay during a late-season storm.

100 seniors finally receive free health checks

Friday, 15 November 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 46 By Warunya Thongrod
More than 100 people who missed August’s Pattaya Hospital outreach program finally were given their free checkups when doctors returned to city hall for another round of service.

Chonburi officials brainstorm flood prevention

Friday, 15 November 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 46 By CPRD
Chonburi officials brainstormed ideas on how to prevent or mitigate the province’s incessant rainy-season flooding. Head of administration at Chonburi City Hall, Pratan Surakitbaworn presided over the Nov. 6 meeting…
The president of the Pattaya Business and Tourism Association (PBTA) blasted Pattaya and police officials for failing to enforce marine-safety standards, leading to a “chronic and tiresome” string of boat…
City hall won’t fine drivers parking in access lane Pattaya officials say work will begin in January on a wheelchair lane for disabled residents near the Redemptorist Vocational School for…
Authorities seized 20,000 methamphetamine tablets and other drugs when they arrested four Sattahip residents suspected of dealing drugs in the east for an inmate behind bars in Nakhon Ratchasima.
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