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Mayor begins surveying damage in Vamco’s aftermath

As Pattaya’s streets drained, Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome and city officials began the job of surveying the damage to both the city’s residents and property....

Immigration police bust telephone-fraud ring in Naklua

Immigration police raided an upscale Pattaya home, breaking up an alleged telephone-fraud ring targeting Chinese and Taiwanese victims. More...

City assists four families whose houses were destroyed by fire

Pattaya officials gave emergency supplies and 2,000 baht to four families whose homes were destroyed by fire in the Thamsamakkee Temple area. ...

Govt to compensate violence victims in Deep South

BANGKOK, 24 March 2012 – The committee tasked with studying compensation plan for people affected in the Deep South unrest have approved of...

Transport Ministry bureaucrats donate to handicapped road- accident victims, tour area...

Transport Ministry officials rolled 60 cars and trucks through the Eastern Seaboard last month to celebrate the ministry’s 100th anniversary and hand out...

Government ready to compensate victims’ families if rangers guilty: Defence Minister

BANGKOK, Feb 2 -- Defence Minister ACM Sukumpol Suwanatat pledged on Thursday that the government stood ready to provide full compensation to the...

Air Force honors mayor, city workers for flood-relief assistance

Royal Thai Air Force officers honored 17 top Pattaya politicians and bureaucrats for their assistance in aiding victims of recent flooding in Bangkok....

Seed FM charity concert raises 50,000 baht for flood victims

Deejays and musical entertainers turned out to help raise money for Thai flood victims at local radio station Seed FM hosted a live...

V for Volunteers

Editor; The overwhelming heartfelt supportive action response to unnatural disaster flooding was facilitated by the fervid determination of a compassionate army of passionate,...

Actress Tak Bongkot leads Najomtien flood relief

Actress Tak Bongkot helped Najomtien Sub-district collect cash and emergency supplies for flooding victims in Ayutthaya. The television and...

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“New Abnormal’ year begins at Maryvit Pattaya School

Opening day went smoothly, if not strangely, at Maryvit Pattaya School. The “new normal” school environment was anything but normal for students, parents and teachers....

Pattaya beer bars reopen, hoping someone drops in

Pattaya’s beer bars can open again, but the question remains whether anyone will go. Owners spent July 1 cleaning and sterilizing stools, surfaces and equipment...

‘Travel Bubble’ viable as Covid-19 situation in Thailand improves

Thailand’s travel bubble scheme is feasible as the Covid-19 situation here has improved, said the Director-General of the Disease Control Department. ...

Thai Buddhists to observe religious holidays in ‘New Normal’ way

Asalha Bucha Day, marking the day Lord Buddha delivered his first Sermon before the first five disciples in Buddhism, is observed this year on...

Schools in Thailand reopen with strict hygiene rules

After months of closure due to COVID-19, schools across Thailand reopened on Wednesday under hygiene guidelines and attendance restrictions to prevent the coronavirus outbreak. ...