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THAI not to suspend services to Japan

BANGKOK, 17 March 2011 (NNT) – Thai Airways International (THAI) will not suspend its daily flights to Japan despite concerns over radiation leaks from...

Japanese importers still interested in joining TIFF 2011

BANGKOK, 16 March 2011 (NNT) – The Ministry of Commerce is confident that Japanese entrepreneurs are still keen on importing Thai furniture and will...

Exports to fall 0.3-0.7% after Japan quake

BANGKOK, 16 March 2011 (NNT) – The Center for International Trade Studies (CITS) of the University of Thai Chamber of Commerce has estimated that...

Public Health to inspect food imported from Japan

BANGKOK, 16 March 2011 (NNT) – The Ministry of Public Health is now monitoring imports of Japanese food for fear of radioactive contamination in...

FDA nods to Japanese food imports after finding no radioactive contamination

BANGKOK, 16 March 2011 (NNT) – The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has canceled its order to slow down imports of Japanese food products...

Now available: Two e-books by Pattaya Mail’s Cartoonist M.J.B.

For Fans of M.J.B. the Cartoonist to Pattaya Mail, you can now buy Mike Baird’s two new e-books called “Life in Fun City”...

Tomato Prawn

This is a typical stir-fry, and the secret is to cook everything quickly and lightly.  Prawns in particular do not do well when overcooked....

Community Happenings – Friday 18 – 24 March 2011

Events The Pattaya Dog Show Festival 2011 will take place from March 18-21 at the Eastern National Sports Indoor Athletic Center on Soi...

Bhutanese judge visits Child Development and Welfare Centre

Bhutanese judge Pema Needup (4th left) was a special guest of Supakorn Noja (top far right), director of the Child Development and Welfare...

Latest Stories

Pattaya municipal officers boost crime-suppression efforts

Pattaya municipal police are manning three kiosks across Pattaya round the clock to help reduce crime. ...

Pattaya-Nong Plalai community opens ‘relief cupboard’ to feed unemployed

Faced with a fresh round of economic hardship, Pattaya-Nong Plalai sub district reopened its “relief cupboard” to offer food and necessities to struggling residents. ...

Much talk, no solutions as Pattaya businesses meet with mayor, SSO

Pattaya tourism and hospitality businesses hoping for answers walked away with only promises after meeting Pattaya and Social Security Office officials. ...

Pattaya man commits suicide after Covid-19 shuts business

A depressed man whose business closed due to the Covid-19 outbreak shot himself at his family’s Pattaya home. A family member discovered the body of...

Pattaya’s unemployed locked down in ‘red zone’ unable to go home to Isan

Chonburi’s designation as a coronavirus “red zone” has stranded unemployed workers in Pattaya, unable to work or leave for the provinces. ...