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  An investigation by police showed that a group in Pattaya was involved with offering young girls to foreign tourists for sex.
Two construction workers were hurt after an old one meter high cement wall collapsed on them at a work site at a school in Naklua.

Pattaya Super Bully Show 2011

Thursday, 26 May 2011 By PMTV
  The Pattaya Super Bully Show was held at the Indoor stadium sports arena in Soi Chaiyapruek last weekend.
  An Australian man and his Thai girlfriend were returning from walking street and stopped for a meal when he was set upon by 20 Thai men and women.
  Villagers in Naklua have been living with a terrible stench which has been caused by the irresponsible actions of Jamlang Akadecho who sells fish and seafood at a local…
  City Radio Pattaya 90.25 has been running a campaign entitled ‘give back to society’ for some time now and recently gathered 30 of their dedicated listeners to take part…
  Officials inspected a property in Soi Jareongam Moo.1 Nongprue district, after locals reported that it had been allegedly operating as a slaughterhouse without the correct licenses.

Business owner caught with drugs

Wednesday, 25 May 2011 By PMTV
At a check point in south Pattaya police stopped 39 year old Pasakorn Kemajito and his girlfriend and conducted a search of their vehicle.

Annual Baht-bus Meeting

Wednesday, 25 May 2011 By PMTV
At the Town In Town Hotel on Pattaya central road, Baht-bus union president Thawat Puakboonak chaired the annual meeting to update drivers regarding regulations and plans to move into new…
BANGKOK, 24 May 2011  – The Ministry of Public Health will focus on children and women in its anti-tobacco campaign for the World No Tobacco Day this year after they…
BANGKOK, May 24 - Thailand's constituency-based MP candidate registration nationwide began Tuesday morning and will continue through Saturday after registration for party-list candidates ended Monday.
BANGKOK, May 23 - Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva on Monday brushed aside recent opinion polls showing popularity of rival Puea Thai Party and its PM candidate Yingluck Shinawatra was…
BANGKOK, May 23 - Indonesia as the current chairman of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will initially send a team of surveyors, not observers, to inspect the Thai-Cambodian…
BANGKOK, May 24 – Thailand’s Appeals Court on Tuesday upheld a verdict against Krirkkiat Jalichandra, former president of the defunct Bangkok Bank of Commerce, jailing him for 20 years on…
BANGKOK, 24 May 2011  – A recent survey by the Bangkok University Research Institute (Bangkok Poll) shows that Bangkok city dwellers have supported Ms Yingluck Shinawatra to be the next…
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