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Women’s groups parade to combat domestic violence

Pattaya city and community leaders marched down Beach Road to raise awareness about domestic violence as part of HRH Princess Bajarakitiyabha’s “Say No to...

Pattaya amputee turns trash into treasure

One man’s trash has been good fortune for a Pattaya amputee who turns beer and soda cans into art. Palangkorn Auipako had his arm amputated...

Protecting Pattaya tourists a multi-agency job

Protecting tourists is no longer just a job for Pattaya’s police and fire department. In 2019, it involves nearly every sector of the city...

Pattaya issues fire advisory

Pattaya officials warned residents about the higher risk of fire during the dry season. Suchart Kedprach, director of the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department, and...

More tourists, less litter this Loy Krathong

Volunteers joined Pattaya sanitation workers in cleaning up the mess left behind from Loy Krathong. People spread out across the beach, picking up plastic bags,...

Dicey Reilly’s hosts South African wine night

Dicey Reilly’s Irish Pub hosted a South African wine tasting night at the Avani Pattaya Resort restaurant. Avani food and beverage manager Pattana Wangtaphan hosted...

Music, color highlight Pattaya’s Loy Krathong celebrations

Thailand’s night of love was filled with color and music as Pattaya celebrated Loy Krathong. Beachside footpaths in Pattaya and Jomtien were opened to vendors...

Luxury condo owners get homeless man’s shack torn down

Pattaya municipal officers scooped up a homeless man who’d built himself a ramshackle shed on Jomtien Second Road. Residents of the luxury condos nearby called...

100 kids play HHN self-protection game

The Social Development and Human Security Ministry joined forces with the Human Help Network to have Chonburi students play the charity’s “Self-Protection Card Game”. HHN...

Father Ray solicits donations for education fund

The Father Ray Foundation is soliciting donations for an education-focused merit-making event in December. Father Ray Vice President Rev. Peter Pattarapong Srivorakul announced the “Pha...

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