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  Police raided ‘Boutique Sexy’ on central Pattaya third road after undercover police held a sting operation where they purchased some sex toys and lewd products from a 61 year…
On May 1 Royal Thai Navy Marines commander Vice Adm. Pongsak Purirot overseen the start of ‘Cross the bay to follow the King’s footsteps’ which entailed 84 jet skis traveling…

Mountain Bike Challenge 2011

Thursday, 05 May 2011 By PMTV
At 1pm on April the 30th at the public gardens up on Thappaya Hill, deputy mayor Weerawat Khakhay chaired the starts of the Pattaya Mountain Bike Challenge 2011.
  Two tourists staying at a well known resort in Jomtien  reported to police that their room had been broken into  and a number of valuables had been stolen including…

Crime Doesn’t Pay...

Sunday, 08 May 2011 By PMTV
Police arrested a Thai man on Soi Nori, Pattaya-Naklua road after he had robbed and stabbed a 39 year old Indian man.
BANGKOK, 3 May 2011  – Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has encouraged young people to have honesty, eagerness to learn, and political awareness while the Thai democracy is facing numerous challenges. 
  BANGKOK, 3 May 2011  – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has organized a merit-making ceremony for Sanam Luang prior to its reopening in June while new regulations for the…
BANGKOK, 3 May 2011  – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that coordination has been continually made with the Cambodian government on the assistance for two Thai nationals in…
When technology evolves, there are always something new to make our lifestyles much easier, more fashionable and most of all keeping us closer to everyone we love. According to the…
BANGKOK, 3 May 2011  – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) will start operating the extension of the BTS sky train service from On Nut to Bearing stations from 12 August…
BANGKOK, 3 May 2011  – The Ministry of Culture has presented a two million baht donation in cash received from charity concert ‘Magokoro 2011,’ organized on 4 April 2011 in…
BANGKOK, 3 May 2011  – Schools in Surin, Si Sa Ket ,and Buriram Provinces damaged by the border conflict will be urgently repaired in order to prepare for the opening…

Thai-Cambodian tension eases off

Wednesday, 04 May 2011 By NNT
BANGKOK, 3 May 2011  – The Ministry of Defense confirms that the fights at theThai-Cambodian border has subsided while a negotiation between the two sides is expected to take place…
BANGKOK, 3 May 2011  – The Thai government has stepped up security at the US Embassy in Bangkok in order to ensure safety after Usama bin Mohammed bin Awad bin…
BANGKOK, 3 May 2011  – The death of Usama bin Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden most likely will not incite more violence in the three southernmost provinces of the kingdom,…
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