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Pattaya schools serving up food, entertainment for Jan. 14 Children’s Day

Pattaya’s 11 schools will serve up traditional Thai food and music for National Children’s and Teachers Day Jan. 14. ...

More activities planned for HM the King’s birthday

Pattaya officials continue to add events to their proposed 10-day celebration of HM the King’s 84th birthday. Deputy Mayor...

City salutes student marching band for big German wins

Top Pattaya officials congratulated Pattaya’s city-wide marching bands, which took home gold medals at a European competition. Mayor Itthiphol...

Buddhist Lent candle contest, parade set for July 14-15

Pattaya will host its annual Buddhist Lent candle competition and parade July 14-15. Deputy Mayor Wattana Chantanawaranon said at...

City investigating Pattaya school’s cover-up of 11-year-old student’s rape

City officials are investigating why teachers at Pattaya School No. 9 not only didn’t report the rape of an 11-year-old student in a...

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