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Drunk drivers sent for rehab

About 150 people convicted of drunk driving attended a mandatory seminar where they were briefed on the legalities of driving under the influence and...

Pattaya to host mass monk ordination for King’s birthday

Pattaya again will ordain dozens of monks to celebrate His Majesty’s the King’s Dec. 5 birthday. City officials met Oct. 12 to begin planning...

Dusit Thani donates 300,000 baht to Buddhist college

The Dusit Thani Hotel donated 300,000 baht to Jittapawan College to help the Buddhist school repair its main pavilion. General Manager Chatchawan Supachayanont...

New Year starts with alms giving in Pattaya, Naklua

Pattaya-area residents began 2013 with early morning merit-making exercises, giving alms to monks in Pattaya and Naklua. Banglamung District Chief Chawalit Saeng-Uthai and...

Dusit Thani funds Jittapawan College restroom renovations

The Dusit Thani Hotel and Green Leaf Foundation joined forces to renovate restrooms at Jittapawan College. Executives from the hotel and...

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