Business owners meet on foreign-worker registration

Friday, 18 July 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 29 By Jetsada Homklin
Area business owners and public officials continued educational efforts aimed at solving the crisis over foreign laborers at a meeting in Pattaya.

300 brainstorm reform ideas in Chonburi workshop

Friday, 18 July 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 29 By CPRD
More than 300 public officials and private citizens from across Chonburi brainstormed ideas to reform Thailand’s political, legal, bureaucratic and educational systems at a junta-organized workshop on reconciliation.

Rice yellow, but genuine, in Chonburi warehouse

Friday, 18 July 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 29 By CPRD
Inspections of government rice warehouses in Chonburi found no evidence of corruption, although stockpiles of the 2012 crop had turned yellow.

PEA boosts power to hospital neighbors

Friday, 18 July 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 29 By Surasak Huasoon
The Provincial Electrical Authority brightened the day - and night - for residents behind Bangkok Hospital Pattaya by changing out power poles to increase electrical capacity to the neighborhood.

Frenchman kills son, 2, in murder-suicide

Friday, 18 July 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 29 By Boonlua Chatree
A Frenchman slit the throat and poisoned his 2-year-old son before injecting himself with the same tranquilizer once used for prison executions in the United States.
Eight Sattahip boys who allegedly tried to gang rape a 14-year-old girl in a classroom at Baan Bang Saray School surrendered to police and will be prosecuted in juvenile court.
Chonburi provincial police seized 60 slot machines and arrested eight in a raid of a warehouse in Pattaya. Region 2 commander Maj. Gen. Sanit Mahataworn said the machines had been…

Truck gang noisy, but drug-free in Jomtien Beach

Friday, 18 July 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 29 By Boonlua Chatree
About 20 young drivers of loud, modified pickup trucks were fined for causing a public disturbance in Jomtien Beach, but police seeking illegal drugs came up empty.
A Sattahip man who said he’d had enough nagging was arrested for allegedly shutting her up with a cleaver. A drunk Jamras Sektrakulpinyo, 52, was taken into custody at his…
The National Council for Peace and Order has opened two one-stop service centers, one each in Huay Yai and Bangsai, to help Chonburi employers register and legalize their illegal migrant…

Pattaya workers visit 2 Prachuabkirikhan projects

Friday, 18 July 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 29 By Jetsada Homklin
Pattaya city workers visited two royally initiated environmental projects in Prachuabkirikhan intended to be case studies to help them do their jobs better.

Thai Food spices up Central Festival Pattaya Beach

Friday, 18 July 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 29 By Jetsada Homklin
The Tourism Authority of Thailand celebrated the unique flavors of Thai cuisine in the sixth-annual Thai Food Festival at Central Festival Pattaya Beach.

Sister Joan returns to Ireland for a well earned holiday

Friday, 11 July 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 28
Those who attended Sister Joan’s 80th birthday celebration in March 2013 will remember that the monetary birthday presents where intended to purchase a business class flight seat for her holiday…

Pattaya Grand Sale 2014 underway

Friday, 11 July 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 28 By Jetsada Homklin
The Pattaya Grand Sale is underway for its sixth year and city officials are hoping the summertime campaign provides a substantive boost to low season tourism revenues.

NCPO begins crackdown on Pattaya motorbike taxis

Friday, 11 July 2014 Issue Vol. XXII No. 28 By Urasin Khantaraphan
Capt. Sittichai Chamsawat of the 14th Military Circle in Chonburi joined Pattaya Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh, Banglamung Permanent Secretary Pongsathit Pijnont and relevant agencies at the taxi stand on Beach…
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