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MFA staff heading to Japan tomorrow in aid of disaster victims

BANGKOK, 15 March 2011 (NNT) – Officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will travel to Japan tomorrow to provide assistance for Thai people...

THAI takes Measures on Japan Disaster

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) announces assistance for the affected people as a result of the earthquake and tsunami in Sendai, Japan....

FTI: Japan quake to impact on investment

BANGKOK, 14 March 2011 (NNT) – The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) has expected that the expansion of Japanese projects in Thailand would slow...

Academic: Japanese tsunami less destructive than in 2004

BANGKOK, 11 March 2011 (NNT) – An academic believes the tsunami recently triggered off the northeastern coast of Japan and sweeping across the Pacific...

A day with the Melissa Cosgrove Foundation

I remember the first time I met Tracy Cosgrove. It was at the Hard Rock Hotel here in Pattaya about four years ago....

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Thai Health Ministry advises elders on preventive measures against COVID-19

The Department of Health Director General Panpimol Wipulakorn said today that most COVID-19 patients in Thailand are of working age, however they could carry...

Passports Please!

Expats, tourists and all other foreigners have been instructed to have their original passports with them whilst travelling around Pattaya and neighboring districts from...

Pattaya to set up checkpoints to control entry and departure from city

Police and government officials will install checkpoints at 5 places on Pattaya’s borders to control access to city limits from Thursday, April 9, starting...
Pattaya beach after many years of refilling sand is now deserted.

Lonely Pattaya Beach harkens to a public that can’t go

With the beach chairs and umbrellas gone, trash cleaned and sun shining, Pattaya Beach has never looked so appealing. Unfortunately, for sun-lovers, it’s closed. ...

Pattaya businesses distribute food to the public and medical staff of Banglamung Hospital

With the situation of unemployment on the rise caused by the corona (COVID-19) pandemic, millions of people are finding it very difficult to get...