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Sattahip woman brutalized for bad karaoke

Bad singing and karaoke bars naturally go together, but a drunk Sattahip woman apparently was so awful a couple sitting at an adjacent table...

Python loses bid for chicken dinner

A giant python looking for a chicken dinner had his reservation canceled by animal-control officers in Sattahip. Sawang Rojthummasathan Foundation...

Sawang Rojthummasathan donates rice to 3,999 residents

The Sawang Rojthummasathan Foundation donated rice and dried food to 3,999 Sattahip-area residents as part of the organization’s annual ceremony to make merit for...

Hungry python holds off capture for 4 hours

It took about four hours, but animal-rescue workers managed to round up this 6-meter-long python that went hunting in a Sattahip temple, scaring a...

Sattahip residents bet big, lose on snake nest

Ever searching for inspiration, Sattahip residents rushed to buy lottery tickets with the number 19 after someone discovered a snake in a cassava...

Spitting cobra bests Rottweiler in Sattahip

A cobra bested a pursuing Rottweiler with a well-aimed spit of venom to the eyes, but animal-rescue officers with a lasso got the last...

Sattahip residents clean, cremate bones of forgotten dead

More than 1,000 Sattahip residents dug up the graves of Sawang Rojthummasathan graveyard internees without families to clean bones and prepare them for...

Chinese-Thai vegans celebrate early Loy Krathong in Sattahip

Chinese-Thai residents of Sattahip brought the area’s annual vegetarian festival to a close with an early Loy Krathong ceremony to pray for blessing...

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Thai Polo Open final this weekend

The annual Carrier - B.Grimm Thai Polo Open comes to a conclusion on Saturday, January 20 at the Thai Polo & Equestrian Club in...
The Pattaya City Council has approved spending 95 million baht for new barges to bring Koh Larn’s garbage surplus to a mainland landfill.

Pattaya approved 95 million baht to tow away Koh Larn’s trash

The Pattaya City Council has approved spending 95 million baht for new barges to bring Koh Larn’s garbage surplus to a mainland landfill. The city...

Thai court drops royal insult charges against academic

Bangkok (AP) — A military court on Wednesday dropped royal insult charges against an 84-year old historian who questioned whether a Thai king had...

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