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Pattaya police Sunday arrested a Frenchman for possession of crystal methamphetamines after stopping his motorbike for erratic driving.

2 men arrested with 479 fake watches

Wednesday, 02 March 2011 By PMTV
Two Trang men were arrested last Saturday with 479 fake watches they intended to sell to tourists at up to a 700 percent profit.

Mother, son injured by drunk driver

Wednesday, 02 March 2011 By PMTV
A mother and son were injured last Friday when a drunk driver smashed into their motorbike.
A Banglamung police officer lost his gun to thieves who stopped to pilfer his pockets, not render aid, after he crashed his motorbike.

‘Battle of the Bands’ underway

Tuesday, 01 March 2011 By PMTV
Thailand’s first “battle of the bands” has opened at the Hard Rock Cafe Pattaya with rock musicians vying to win a trip to London and an appearance at the Pattaya…
Police last Thursday arrested a Romanian man for allegedly stealing from three careless currency exchange clerks. Paul Adrain Trica, 35, was captured holding 4,625 euros, $3,187, 14 ringgit and 12,890…
Pattaya-area stores have reported a rush on palm oil as supplies dwindle and prices skyrocket. Big C North Pattaya supermarket manager Anek Thosamit said the store was selling 800 bottles…
Area hotels plan to focus marketing efforts this year on China, India and Russia. The Eastern Thai Hotel Association set out its 2011 priorities at its latest meeting last Thursday…
Two more French nationals have been arrested for allegedly cloning automated teller machine cards and robbing the accounts of unsuspecting tourists.
Only a few sandbags are preventing someone from sustaining serious injuries from falling into a hole left open by a misplaced drain cover.
City officials Wednesday checked the progress of a water line installation on Soi Boon Nak where residents have been complaining about dry taps for two years.

Rice donated to 19 charity groups

Sunday, 27 February 2011 By PMTV
Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn Tuesday handed out rice to 19 local charity groups. The donations came from a variety of sponsors and were the latest in a series of gifts…
A Nongprue Grade 6 girl is off to the United States to compete in a global art competition after winning the Lions Club’s “Painting for Peace” contest Thursday.

Fire victim gets city aid

Saturday, 26 February 2011 By PMTV
Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn Thursday donated emergency supplies to a Naklua homeowner whose house burned down earlier this month.
Free legal advice was on offer when the Pattaya Lawyers Council held another of its periodic open meetings on Tuesday.
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