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Songkran in Pattaya, the gentler side

Songkran officially ends in Pattaya when the sun sets on April 19, but leading up to the finale, the streets turn to water war...

Children invited to learn water rescue skills

Children 8-15 years old are being invited to learn basic swimming and water-rescue skills Friday, April 26, 2019 from 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.m....

PEA upgrades Soi Khopai power grid

The Provincial Electricity Authority stabilized the high-voltage distribution system on Soi Khopai to meet higher demands for power. PEA Pattaya operations chief Decha Khaodara led...

160 youths learn practices of 5 religions

More than 160 Bangkok youths learned about religious tolerance and co-existing peacefully at five-religion camp in Pattaya. The youths – followers of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism,...

National Elections on Sunday

The first national elections since 2014 take place this Sunday, after which a new legislature will be formed and a new prime minister will...

PSC & Rick Bevington’s Bikes for Tykes donate to Wat Nongketyai...

Nine students at Nongprue’s Wat Nongketyai School became the latest kids to be given new bicycles through the Pattaya Sports Club’s Bike for Tykes...

International Rotarians visit 2 Pattaya charities

Rotarians from 10 countries visited the Father Ray Foundation and Human Help Network shelters during a charity trip to Thailand. Rotary Club Dolphin Pattaya led...

Local media advocates accurate reporting of EEC undertaking

Thailand is the second largest economy in Asia, yet the country does not show significant economic growth and lags behind its neighbors who have...

Jomtien trees trimmed

Work crews were out Nov. 28 trimming tree branches in Jomtien Beach throughout the shoreline area, as they had grown quickly during the rainy...

Rotarians pledge 10 million baht to HHN

The Rotary Club of the Eastern Seaboard and three of its members independently pledged 10 million baht over five years to support the Human...

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Thailand will close banks in high-risk areas, ATMs and online services still operational

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