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Pattaya puts cone of silence over Jomtien fireworks

Street vendors illegally selling fireworks were arrested by a squad of undercover officers. Agents from Pattaya City Hall, Banglamung District and the Pattaya Police Station...

Pattaya Walking Street back to ‘80-90%’ of 2019 level

It has taken a while, but nearly all of Walking Street is open again. Damrongkiat Pinitkarn, secretary for the Pattaya Entertainment Operators Association, reported Jan....

East Pattaya community gets relief from potholes, sewage

An East Pattaya community got relief from mosquitos and the stench of sewage while it awaits construction of a new road. City Councilmen Banjong Banthoonprayuk...

Fire damages homes, wires in East Pattaya

Fire officials warned residents against burning garbage and trash after a brush fire damaged homes and utility wires in East Pattaya. Firefighters needed about 30...

50-year-old land mark Pattaya tree cut down

One of central Pattaya’s oldest trees was pronounced dead and cut down before it fell down. The giant “yang Na” tree standing outside the Siam...

As Chinese tourists to Pattaya rise, Indians fall

The Pattaya Business & Tourism Association met Jan. 12 to discuss measures needed to be enacted before the return of mass Chinese tourism, which...

Human Help Network holds new year’s party for staff and kids

Staff and children at the Human Help Network Foundation Thailand received cash and prizes at the charity’s annual new year’s party. Director Radchada Chomjinda and...

Pattaya City council members perform community services

Pattaya City Council members led by Nikom Saengkaew in cooperation with Chonburi Provincial Administration Organization organized a water truck to hose down the Soi...

Pattaya preps full-scale Children’s Day celebrations

Pattaya is preparing for its first full-scale Children’s Day activities since before the Covid-19 pandemic Jan. 14. Deputy Mayor Thitiphan Phettrakul chaired a Jan. 4...

Pattaya braces for Chinese tourists, Covid-19 resurgence

Pattaya is bracing for a wave of returning Chinese tourists, and the risk of Covid-19 infections that will come with it. China is recording more...

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Thailand warns small kids to skip outdoor activities and wear mask in highly polluted...

The Ministry of Public Health has issued a warning about the dangers of PM2.5 airborne dust, noting that it can cause rashes and allergies...

Dr Iain Corness obituary: a Pattaya man of all the talents

One of Pattaya’s best-known foreign residential achievers has died here after a long battle with cancer. Reviewing the life of such a gifted man...

Pattaya hotelier calls for more foreign labor

A leading Pattaya hotelier called on the government to increase the number of alien workers to solve the hospitality industry’s labor shortage. Sopin Thappajug, managing...

Pattaya-Taksin Lions, students make salt licks for Sriracha forest animals

The Lions Club of Pattaya-Taksin make salt licks to supplement nourishment for animals in Sriracha’s Khao Chong Lom protected forest. Lions Past District Governor 310C,...

Election posters go up in Pattaya, months ahead of polls

The date of the next national election hasn’t even been set, but campaign posters have started going up in Pattaya. The constitution requires the next...