On the 6th April 2013 the Green Pattaya Community gathered over 175 people to clean from Pratamnak Hill to Cosy Beach. Just after two o’clock people started gathering and after the media prompted photoshoot, the cleaning crews made their way down Soi Rajchawaroon...
Pattaya City Hall has released to local developers Tulip Group news of the soon to be opened Pattaya Marina at Bali Hai Pier in South Pattaya. The new marina which has been under construction since last year will have in total 350 marina berths and is...
Pattaya will make merit with 2,600 monks in front of Pattaya City Hall Dec. 22 to provide aid to counterparts in Thailand’s strife-ridden south. The three-hour merit-making ceremony runs 5:30 - 8 a.m. with locals bringing rice and dried goods to support a national drive by...
More than 50 women learned decoupage and pineapple carving as the Pattaya Women’s Development Group offered occupational training to members.
Senior citizens flocked to Pattaya City Hall to register for social security benefits they’d been missing out on. Elderly residents and the disabled who’ve never received government stipends are being given another opportunity to sign up for the program through Nov. 30. Qualifiers will be announced...
Pattaya city officials donated glasses, canes and wheelchairs to disabled residents as part of the continuing “People with Disabilities Support Project.”
Locally made goods are being sold at a fair showcasing toxin-free products outside Pattaya City Hall every Friday. A group of Banglamung toxin-free agricultural and “sufficiency economy” products manufacturers show off their wares from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
More than 90 Election Committee of Thailand staffers visited Pattaya City Hall to study the city’s management process as part of training course for mid-level officials.
Pattaya officials are launching a new effort to win United Nations designation as a “city of film.” Burapha University academics hosted simultaneous seminars at Pattaya City Hall Aug. 9 with public- and private-sector representatives on the proposal to again nominate Pattaya for the UNESCO award already...

100 attend autism training

Wednesday, 08 August 2012 14:56
More 100 parents of autistic children, teachers and public officials learned the educational challenges of special-needs kids and how to help them develop.
National Consumer Protection Board officials told Pattaya residents not to believe false advertising and offered help to anyone who feels they were ripped off or damaged by faulty products.

Lions Club donates encyclopedias

Wednesday, 18 July 2012 14:20
Eight Lions Club District 310C chapters donated Thai encyclopedias to students at 15 area schools.
The 2012 King’s Cup Pattaya Marathon will once again attract thousands of runners, both young and old, and all shapes and sizes, to hit the city streets early Sunday morning, July 15; some with dreams of glory and many others just hoping to make the...
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 officials have hit yet another delay in building a vendor-free shoreline on Kratinglai Beach.
Residents of Pattaya’s Nernrodfai neighborhood are trying again to create a low-income housing plan that will win approval under the Ban Munkhong pilot project.
Residents living on Soi Arunothai are complaining Pattaya City Hall is doing nothing to stop a steady steam of commercial trucks using their backyards as a garbage dump.
Pattaya City Hall is taking another stab at cleaning up Walking Street amid rampant complaints about touts, pick-pockets, ladyboys, flower sellers and other riff-raff.
Twenty-nine government agencies, public utilities and private groups have pledged to work together to improve the security, living conditions and service to area residents as a united “Pattaya Team.”
Here we go again!  A relatively small bit of mango rains last week caused big flooding throughout town, catching City Hall off guard.  One can only hope the recent floods are a blessing in disguise in that this will prompt City Hall to clean out...
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