Chaowalit SaengUthai

Banglamung Hospital opened its seventh building, a 36 million baht facility named after its largest benefactor for the past decade. Thumrong Sombuntanont, public health supervisor of 6th Health Services Network, presided over the Aug. 8 dedication of the Chao Jiramongkol Building at the Naklua Market-area hospital....

Local officials open Naklua night market

Wednesday, 12 December 2012 14:25
Culture Minister Sonthaya Kunplome launched eight weekends of music, food and shopping during Naklua’s “Walk & Eat” night market running through Jan. 20.
Chonburi officials will propose deepening the Mabprachan Reservoir to help combat water scarcity problems when a Transportation Ministry budget panel meets in Pattaya later this month.

Pattaya bids farewell to HRH Bejaratana

Tuesday, 17 April 2012 10:13
Public officials and local residents paid their respects to the late HRH Bejaratana Rajasuda at a ceremony held in Pattaya simultaneously with the royal funeral in Bangkok.

Iran suspects partied in Pattaya

Wednesday, 22 February 2012 14:46
Deputy PM vows to check every dwelling with Middle Eastern tenants The three Iranian men detained for allegedly plotting bomb attacks in Bangkok on Israeli diplomats had more than terror on their minds in Thailand. Police said that they had also cavorted with working girls...
Banglamung officials gave notice on February 15 that encroachers on South Pattaya klongs face lawsuits if they continue to ignore orders to demolish buildings that encroach on the canals.
More than 500 area families each received 5,000 baht compensation for damage caused by local flooding in September and October.

Lighting of Christmas tree at Central beach

Thursday, 22 December 2011 16:51
The Governor of Chonburi Komsan Ekachai had the honor of lighting this year’s magnificent 25 meter high Christmas tree in the amphitheatre of the Central shopping mall on beach road at 6pm on the 20th of December.
Banglamung District Chief Chaowalit Saeng-Uthai and area residents presented relief supplies to monks to distribute to Thai flood victims.