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City removes more rocks from Wong Amat Beach

More than three months after 100 city workers removed dirty rocks from Wong Amat Beach, workers returned to do it again. Sanitation officer Sunya...

Controversial Beach Road widening begins

Additional lanes to reduce greenery, may not solve traffic woes, mayor admits Pattaya has begun removing Beach Road sidewalks and plants as it prepares...

Dusit curve beach restoration slated for completion in 2 months

Work to offset the erosion of the northern end of Pattaya Beach should be completed in two months, by April this year, although...

Rayong tosses Pattaya beach-refill plan on rocks

Plans to shore up Pattaya Beach with sand from a Rayong tributary hit the rocks when Rayong officials stopped selling the sand to...

City cleans beach after storm

In a scene sure to be repeated as rainy season gains strength, city workers took to Pattaya Beach to clean up garbage washed...

130 city workers, volunteers take the edge off Pattaya Beach

More than 120 workers from six agencies took the edge of Pattaya Beach, collecting sharp rocks that had been washed ashore threatening tourists’...

With erosion cure tangled in red tape, Pattaya funds its own...

Nowadays there isn’t much beach left up near the Dusit curve at high tide.  And since a more permanent solution is tangled up in...

Mayor pushes for stop-gap beach refill as Pattaya awaits government approval...

Pattaya wants to place 9,800 sq. meters of sand and 3,200 sandbags on North Pattaya Beach in a stop-gap move against ongoing erosion as...

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Bali Hai wire project to finish Oct. 30

The submersion of electrical and utility wires at Bali Hai Pier is scheduled to complete this month. While behind schedule – the project was supposed...

Somber good deeds and prayers in remembrance of beloved monarch

Volunteers cleaned streets, cabbies gave free rides and people across Pattaya did good deeds to mark the one-year anniversary of the death of HM...

Police caution sellers of merchandise with HM the late King’s image

Bangkok - The Royal Thai Police says printing images of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej or the Royal Crematorium on articles of...

Thailand launches world’s first reference book in Thai herbs

Bangkok - The Department of Medical Sciences has launched the world’s first reference book on Thai medicinal herbs, in an attempt to lower imports...

Vegetarian food festival begins nationwide

Bangkok - Chinese shrines and food operators in different provinces started distributing and selling vegan meals on Friday as the annual Vegan Festival got...

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