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City aids workers displaced by Naklua boatyard fire

The Pattaya government is providing temporary shelter and will donate funds to workers at a Naklua boatyard whose quarters were destroyed by fire...

City officials issue more ultimatums to rules-flouting beach vendors

Fed up with vendors who continue to flout nearly every regulation laid down to control the area’s beaches, Pattaya officials again threatened more...

Beach bench vendors giving space for sex get harsh warning by...

  As usual at city hall there has been many meeting this week, one of which was with members from the city’s beach bench...

Pattaya once again pledges to regulate Jomtien masseuses

Nearly 10 months after pledging to do so, Pattaya officials finally set up a committee to draft rules regulating the number of people...

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