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City departments weigh in on Pattaya 10-year plan

Pattaya officials continued work on the city’s development plans for the next three, five and 10 years. City Manager Pakorn Sukhonthachat chaired a May...

Pattaya offering flu shots to civil servants & students

About 2,500 Pattaya civil servants and their families were vaccinated to protect them during the coming flu season. Permanent Secretary Pakorn Sukhonthachat presided over...

Burapha Bike Week given green light for Feb. 14-15

Preparations are complete for the annual Burapha Bike Week as it prepares to roll again into the National Indoor Sports Stadium in Jomtien Beach...

Burapha Bike Week returns to indoor stadium Feb. 14-15

Burapha Bike Week returns to the National Indoor Sports Stadium in Jomtien Beach Feb. 14-15, a year after organizers and Pattaya officials moved the...

90-day traffic crackdown begins Nov. 1

Pattaya police are promising again to crack down on traffic-law violators - at least for a few months - and are getting new equipment...

Pattaya spending 21 million baht for local-products market

Pattaya is spending 21 million baht to create a market for locally made goods on Walking Street. Permanent Secretary Pakorn Sukhonthachat toured the...

Pattaya tunnel planning to take another 3 months

Consultants planning the construction of subterranean bypass tunnels in north and central Pattaya will spend another three months studying traffic and environmental issues before...

Pattaya plans for visit of 10,000 Chinese tourists

Pattaya officials are preparing for a visit from a Chinese tour company that could bring as many as 10,000 mainland visitors to the...

City pays contractors for continuing water system work

Pattaya’s permanent secretary handed over more of the city’s 159.4 million baht budget to upgrade underground pipelines in hopes of resolving long-running water-distribution...

Pattaya Elderly Club cerebrates Mother’s Day

The Pattaya Elderly Club commemorated the 80th birthday of HM the Queen with a traditional religious ceremony. Pattaya Permanent...

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Pattaya officials find they can’t ignore Koh Larn’s crumbling infrastructure any longer

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Uproar over watches threatens top government official

Bangkok (AP) —A growing uproar over the deputy prime minister's mind-boggling array of luxury timepieces is damaging the government's image so badly that some...

MOPH warns jungle trekkers of malaria and scrub typhus

Bangkok - Thailand's Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) has urged jungle trekkers who have developed a fever to see a doctor immediately, as they...
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Govt rushes to deal with coastal erosion

Bangkok - Deputy Prime Minister General Prawit Wongsuwan on Friday chaired a meeting between the National Policy and Planning Committee for Marine and Coastal...

MD and TPB step up maritime safety measures

Phuket - Thailand's Marine Department and the Tourist Police Bureau (TPB) have joined hands to improve safety measures, following a recent speedboat accident in...

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