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Jural Law and Pattaya Mail throw a New Year Staff Party...

The evening was full of Fun, Games, Prizes and funds were raised for Charity Jural Law and Pattaya Mail joined forces for a massive...

Pattaya Mail PC Classic – a sailing tradition reborn

Inaugurated in 1995 to celebrate the sixtieth birthday of Peter Cummins, the renowned Pattaya Mail scribe and 10th commodore of the Royal Varuna Yacht...

Mango Rains

I was sitting having a quiet beer and chatting with Kim Fletcher, the Landlord of Jameson’s Irish Pub, when the subject of books came...

Ross rolls home to claim 2012 TQ Masters title

Sixty-one golfers assembled at Emerald Golf Club on the morning of Friday, Oct. 19 to take part in the 19th TQ Masters golf...

This is it! Pattaya Mail’s 1000th edition – See how far...

What do you call 1,000 newspapers? The Pattaya Mail ticked over 1,000 editions this week.  What a milestone!  Consider this - 1,000 meters is a...

Journalist competition for students

The results of the Eastern Seaboard Young Journalist of the Year have just been announced.  Salena Khanijou from Garden International School Rayong won...

Making Dreams Real for Pattaya and the Eastern Seaboard

Pattaya Mail turns 19. Almost twenty years ago when I decided to step into the world of newspaper publishing, everyone, especially my family, wondered...

US Ambassador Visits Pattaya Mail Media Group

U.S. Ambassador Kristie Kenney paid a visit to Pattaya Mail Publishing Co., chatting with journalists on subjects ranging from American investments in Thailand to...

Pattaya Mail wins ‘Best in East’ media award for the 14th...

The Pattaya Mail Media Group won the prestigious “Most Outstanding Mass Media of the Year” award for the 14th straight year from the Eastern...

A Secret History of the Bangkok Hilton

The publishers Maverick House, though based in Ireland, have had a very fruitful cooperation with authors in Thailand.  These have included the Pattaya...

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South Pattaya pub closed after late-night raid

Police and local officials raided a South Pattaya “tomboy” bar, finding no drugs or underage patrons, but also no attempt at social distancing. ...

Emergency side job becomes new career for Pattaya basket weaver

Straw flowers didn’t sell. Neither did floral alms. But the third time was the charm for Nussara Mingming who turned adversity into a thriving...

Pattaya’s Walking Street is pacing some new business ideas

Pattaya City Hall’s decision to revamp the resort’s most famous pedestrian landmark by allowing one-way traffic at night and encouraging Thai domestic tourists looks...

Pattaya Soi Buakhao goes one-way again in August

Soi Buakhao will be one-way only three more times this month as the Provincial Electricity Authority continues work to bury power and telecommunications wires. ...

Sweet life turns to garbage for Pattaya hawker

He used to pedal through town selling sweets. Now he picks up garbage to survive. Please Support Pattaya Mail (adsbygoogle =...