Thammasat University graduates chipped into organize inventory and price products as the Redemptorist School for People with Disabilities opened Ray’s Second-Hand Shop.
Pattaya area youths won thousands of baht in cash and music lessons as the 2013 Yamaha Pattaya Young Talent concluded.
The competition, which began with applications in January, wrapped up at the Tiffany Theater March 3.
Pattaya United, the Loma Dolphins, got their Toyota Thai Premier League season off to a perfect start with a confidence boosting 2-0 away win at Samut Songkhram FC on Saturday, March 2.
Large Eastern Seaboard hotel operators were told they need to either hire disabled workers, provide them ways to make money on their property or pay into a government fund under the latest revisions to Thailand’s employment laws.
The Eastern Seaboard will not be affected by April’s looming energy crisis, with any blackouts only affecting the western section of the country, the Energy Regulatory Commission said.
Players and management from Pattaya United Football Club held their now customary pre-season press conference at the Pattaya Central Beach shopping mall on Friday, Feb. 22.
The 2013 Thai Premier League season gets underway this weekend and United face a testing start with an away trip to Samut Songkhram on Saturday, followed a week later by a home match on March 10 against Osotspa M-150.
Pattaya officials are considering raising enrollment limits on select city schools to help the Hand to Hand Foundation with its latest initiative to improve education for underprivileged children.
Sansiri PLC.’s latest condominium venture in Pattaya sold 90 percent of its units within five days of its grand opening.
Senior Executive Vice President Uthai Uthaisangsuk said The Base Central Pattaya, a 3.1 billion project on Second Road and Soi 11, already booked 2.1 billion in units before the Feb. 19 opening. The company had held the bottom two floors of units open for the opening party, and most of those were sold within days.
Civic planners are looking to infrastructure systems from Japan to the Netherlands as they brainstorm ways to better build out Pattaya in coming years.
More than 100 local, provincial and national city planners met Feb. 6-8 at the Asia Pattaya Hotel to lay out ideas for infrastructure development in five eastern provinces. Engineers used England, Japan, the Netherlands, United States and Wales as examples.
The 1st Thailand & International RC Power Boat Championship took place from January 26-27 at the Lakeland Cable Water-ski facility in East Pattaya with over 500 competitors from 6 ASEAN countries taking part.