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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...

Soi Bongkot resident fights back against high-rise litterbugs

Garbage has rained down on Samlee Kaewviset’s house for three years.  But he’s not going to take it anymore. ...

City council president again calls for stronger regulation of beachchair vendors

Pattaya City Council President Sanit Boonmachai last Saturday again called on city inspectors to reign in beachchair vendors after more complaints of them encroaching...

Local councilor loses his chairs

A report was made to Banglamung police Tuesday that a burglary had taken place at Pattaya City Council member Sanit Boonmachai’s house at...

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