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Pattaya Got Talent Bartender Contest 2011

Thursday, 01 September 2011 By PMTV
The Dusit Thani hotel was the venue for this year's Pattaya’s got Talent Bartender contest, the event now in its 27th year and was presided over by Mayor Itthipol Kunplome…
In the early hours of August the 31st Police and Sawang Boriboon Foundation volunteers were called to a family mart near Big C Extra as a man had been attacked…
BANGKOK, 31 August 2011 -Secretary General to the Foreign Minister Mr. Nawin Boonsert said the negotiation over the overlapping sea area between Thailand and Cambodia would be clarified once the…

Bangkok to have alcohol free zones

Friday, 02 September 2011 By NNT
BANGKOK, 31 August 2011 -Bangkok will have alcohol free zones across the city with the move determined to curb violence that often stems from binge drinking.
BANGKOK, 31 August 2011 -Permanent Secretary for Labor Mr. Somkiat Chayasriwong said 12,000 people with disability could expect to be employed within 26 October 2011 under the law to bolster…
BANGKOK, 31 August 2011  – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has sent a congratulatory message to her newly appointed Japanese counterpart Yoshihiko Noda; she has also ensured the readiness of the…
BANGKOK, Aug 31 – Three Iranian suspects were detained at Thailand’s Suvarnabhumi Airport in two separate crystal methamphetamine smuggling cases carrying the illegal drug, worth approximate Bt13 million (over US$433,000)…

Phisanulok hard hit by renewed flooding

Thursday, 01 September 2011 By MCOT
PHITSANULOK, Aug 31 – The northern province of Phisanulok has been hit by a new round of floods, leading the authorities to tighten security to prevent looting.
BANGKOK, Aug 30 - Thailand's Ministry of Public Health has remained vigilant for the possibility of an outbreak of bird flu after patients contracting the disease were reported in Vietnam…
On the 29th of August at 4 p.m Police held a press conference regarding the arrest of 19 year old Mr. Vithavas or Pae Taancharoen, along with 50 grams of…
A disaster was closely avoided in front of a gas station on Sukhumvit road near the entrance of north Pattaya road when a surge in power exploded some electrical cables.

Crackdown on foreign beggars

Wednesday, 31 August 2011 By PMTV
An intensive crackdown took place this week regarding foreign workers in Pattaya, in particular those working as beggars using infants to gain money from tourists.
Just after midnight on August the 30th our reporters were called to the ever-popular walking street, as a report had come in that there was raw sewage spilling onto the…
BANGKOK, 30 August 2011 – The Democrat Party has officially launched its political school with the first course focusing on economic matters in a bid to prep students for the…
BANGKOK, 30 August 2011  – The Ministry of Public Health is confident that the existing preventive measures against bird flu will be able to stave off the mutant strain currently…
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