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No chicken dinner for Pattaya python

A python intent on a chicken dinner came away empty after animal-control officers captured it before the snake could raid a henhouse on Pratamnak...

Sawang Boriboon shakes up menu for Oct. 4-14 Vegetarian Festival

The Sawang Boriboon Thammasathan Foundation is spicing up its annual Vegetarian Festival, adding international dishes to complement traditional pan-friend noodles and moving a related...

Drunk scavenger drowns in Jomtien canal

A drunk scavenger died when he went swimming and drowned in a Jomtien Beach canal. Identified only as “Sua,” the junk collector told...

Messenger’s wife makes her own surprise delivery

The 41-year-old wife of a messenger made an unexpected delivery of her own, giving birth to their second child in the lobby of...

Acorn Family Fun Day is only a week away

The inaugural Acorn Family Fun Day is only a week away, Saturday 20th October. Entry fee is 100 baht (kids for FREE). Each...

Dead turtle draws Thais looking for lottery numbers

A dead turtle that washed ashore on Jomtien Beach drew a crowd of Thais not interested as much as what happened to the...

1 killed, 2 injured in gang shootout

One teenager was killed and two others injured when shooting began after a street gang’s party on Bang Saen Beach. ...

Vegetarian Festival sprouts again in Naklua Oct. 14-24

More than 5,000 people are expected to attend Pattaya’s annual Vegetarian Festival Oct. 14-24 at the Sawang Boriboon Thammasathan Foundation in Naklua. ...

Annual Rotary Cross Bay Swim a winner for our children

Nic Wilson (main photo) races home under stormy skies, wining the 3.5 km swim across Pattaya Bay.  10-year-old Erika Heltne (left) won the short...

Unidentified Drunk foreigner sustains severe injuries

At 1 pm on the 9th of March the Sawang Boriboon officers were called to a railway bridge on Soi Nernplubwan, upon arrival...

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Communities reach out to children with special needs on Lions Service Day

Scholarships and daily necessities were donated to families with special-needs children on Lions World Service Day in Pattaya. Banglamung District Chief Amnart Charoensri and Amnuay...

Digital creativity

Photographers who were interested in a little experimentation used to try all kinds of camera settings to under expose or over expose the negatives...

Tom Kha Gai a la Sopa

This soup recipe was from a simple country girl who went to work for a restaurateur.  He found that her soup was better than...

PCEC learns how “Chinetics” can improve your body and health

Joyce Lah, speaker at the October 6th meeting of the Pattaya City Expat Club, used the catchy title of the book “Eat, Pray, Love”...

How risky is eating red meat? New papers provoke controversy

New York (AP) — Eating red meat is linked to cancer and heart disease, but are the risks big enough to give up burgers...