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Suddenly jobless, Pattaya man finds sweet new career in ice cream

An unemployed Naklua man who found new life as an ice cream seller is urging struggling Pattaya residents not to give up in the...

Pattaya rail station seeing just 10 people a day

Taking the slow train has never been a popular way to get to Pattaya, but Chonburi’s lockdown has reduced daily passengers at the station...

Thai SMEs non-performing loans rise to Bt229 billion; restaurants and tour...

Non-performing loans (NPL) of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have risen to Bt229 billion, or 6 per cent of the country’s total loans, due...

Pattaya disinfectant spraying soothes nerves, but does little to stop coronavirus

Pattaya-Pong Subdistrict sprayed local streets with a mist of disinfectant to boost the morale of residents even if it does little to stop the...

Regulations to renew Thai driving licenses eased to safeguard applicants from...

Those who need to renew their driver’s license will not be required to undergo written or driving tests for now to curb COVID-19 from...

As cold weather front from China weakens, Bangkok air quality worsens

People living in Bangkok and its peripherals have been warned of an increase in PM2.5 dust in the atmosphere from this Thursday (14th Jan),...

Thailand logs 271 new Coronavirus cases on Jan 14 while 3,533...

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Pattaya looks to buy Covid-19 vaccines directly from overseas

Pattaya officials say they have funds to purchase coronavirus vaccines directly once they’re approved by Thailand’s Food and Drug Administration. Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome said Jan....

Cool wind blows Dave Arataki to victory

Pattaya Sports Club Links Golf Society Thursday, Jan. 12 Pleasant Valley Stableford There was nip in the air on this Tuesday morning as our seven golfers made their...

Kitchen musings

Now here’s an odd thing. This morning I was washing up a few cooking utensils in the kitchen - a dreary task if ever...

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Discarded face masks still pose disease-threat to Pattaya garbage collectors

Discarded face masks again are making it dangerous for Pattaya’s garbage collectors to go to work. Despite pleas from health officials that began in April,...

Pattaya abused-children’s care center low on food as kids’ numbers rise during pandemic

The Anti-Human Trafficking and Child Abuse Center is running short of food and supplies even as it has taken in 60 percent more abused...

Pattaya-area engineer turns farmer, saying money can’t buy happiness

A Khao Maikaew woman proved to herself that money cannot buy happiness, never looking back after quitting her well-paid engineering job to farm vegetables...

Pattaya Terminal 21 plans new 9-storey carpark to alleviate city parking shortage

Pattaya’s Terminal 21 shopping mall plans to build a nine-story parking garage to accommodate shoppers and support local tourism events next year. Prasert Sriulanpong, managing...

7 arrested in Pattaya massage parlor raid

Seven women were arrested when Pattaya police raided a massage parlor open despite a province-wide coronavirus closure order. Banglamung Deputy District Chief Pornchai Saneid took...