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A tour boat seized for bring foreign tourists to an off-limit...

The skipper of a tourist boat and his mechanic were held in the custody of the naval officers on charges of intrusion after they...

Joint Thai-US military partnership signed

BANGKOK, Nov 16 – Thailand and the US have finally signed a joint vision statement for a new defence alliance between the two...

Marine Corps give tour to youths from deep south

Thirty-five youths from Thailand’s troubled southern provinces learned about the founding of the Royal Thai Marine Corps during a field trip to the...

2nd Sattahip child suffering hydrocephalus hospitalized in failing health

A second child has been found in Sattahip suffering from “elephant man” syndrome, but, unlike his older neighbor, 16-month-old “Nong Game” may not find...

Rotary Plutaluang hosts mini marathon in honour of His Majesty the...

The Rotary Club of Plutaluang  in Sattahip held a walk-run mini marathon on the 27th of November whereby runner competed for HRH Princess...

488 marines ship out of Sattahip for troubled south

Nearly 500 Royal Thai Marines departed Sattahip for Thailand’s strife-torn southern provinces last month as the military shuffles its personnel in the area....

Immigration Department comes to the aid of Laos women forced into...

The Pattaya Immigration Police were requested by the Embassy of Laos to assist them in helping some women from Laos who were being forced...

Alleged drug dealer injured in Sattahip police pursuit

A suspected drug dealer was injured when he crashed his motorbike while trying to evade Sattahip police. Narong Hinon, 29, suffered...

Teenagers caught with stolen motorbikes

On the evening of August the 22nd police on walking street were alerted by voluntary officers manning a checkpoint at Chai Mongkol temple in...

Police volunteers receive hard training

In the woodlands at Sattahip, a quite grueling but joyful training was held for police volunteers to prepare them for emergencies. ...

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