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Wong Amat footpath to be repaired

Deputy Mayor Verawat Khakhay inspected Wong Amat Beach for erosion following complaints about damage to the beach’s footpath. Pavement and bricks sustained heavy damage from...

Wrecking ball aims for Pukplub Canal structure

Pattaya officials ordered the first demolition of about 40 structures encroaching on the Pukplub Canal in Naklua as city hall tries to improve storm...

Broken sewer pipe spews garbage across South Pattaya Beach

City workers needed several hours to clean up South Pattaya after a high tide of garbage from a broken pipe flowed onto the beach....

Marine Dept. reassures business leaders on marine safety

The Pattaya Marine Department reassured city business leaders that steps already have been taken to prevent new boat accidents following two April incidents. ...

Naklua canal encroachers face inspection Feb. 26

Local and military officials on Friday planned to survey about 40 structures allegedly encroaching on the Puek Plub Canal in Naklua as city hall...

Pattaya, Nongprue collaborate on flood management

Pattaya City and Nongprue Sub-district officials put their heads and budgets together in hopes of taking further steps to cure the region’s annual flooding...

Two-headed Chinese New Year festivities planned for Feb. 8

Pattaya has begun planning its annual Chinese New Year events, which will spread out across the city Feb. 8 from morning until dark. City...

Pattaya Beach drainage system late, but nearly done

Pattaya officials missed their year-end deadline to complete a new drainage system for Pattaya Beach, but only a few loose ends remain before flood...

Naklua Canal pumps to be overhauled

Pattaya’s city council members inspected two water pumps at the Plub Canal in Naklua, determining if the out-of-order equipment can be repaired or needs...

Walking Street to be given drainage system upgrade

Deputy Mayor Verawat Khakhay and a team of engineers inspect the current drainage system in South Pattaya. (Photo by Urasin Khantaraphan). ...

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