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More water in dams this year than last

There is more water in dams across the country this year than last year and the water will be enough for consumption and for...

Blocked Canal responsible for Pattaya’s flooding woes – according to local...

The Chief of Banglamung has investigated the canals in south Pattaya due to the recent flooding which seen many parts of the city under...

More rain expected this year, Ayutthaya will not be flooded

BANGKOK, 21 June 2011 -The Department of Royal Irrigation has begun a new water management this year to reduce the chance of flooding...

6 provinces remain disaster zones

BANGKOK, 19 June 2011 -The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation has disclosed that 6 provinces mostly in the North Eastern region remain...

Pattaya: The Venice of the East

There is no doubt that the local authorities are working hard on improving our city, however a recurring problem that still needs to be...

No more Water shortages for Pattaya

On June the 8th the former vice governor of the Regional Irrigation Authority Preecha Ukkachok who is also an adviser to Pattaya city’s strategic...

Flooding in Soi Wat Thamsamakee will be a regular occurrence

Pattaya city councilor Somchai Chaona and public sanitary officials inspected the flooded are at Soi Wat Thamsamakee on June the 8th following a huge...

2 years on, Soi Boon Nak still has no water

City officials Wednesday checked the progress of a water line installation on Soi Boon Nak where residents have been complaining about dry taps...

Latest Stories

Harangued man leaps from moving car to escape nagging wife

An unemployed Sriracha man jumped out of a moving car to escape being harangued by his wife for not having a job. Identified only as...

Tourists return to Pattaya’s vaccinated Koh Larn Coral Island

Tourists returned to Koh Larn Monday when the Pattaya resort island reopened after a closure lasting more than two months. Ferries carried domestic tourists and...

Pattaya beaches bustle on 1st reopened weekend

Pattaya’s newly reopened beaches drew large crowds their first weekend but the city’s economy remains far from healthy. Beach vendors and chair renters were operating...

Pattaya Sports Club and Rotarians renovate Anti-Human Trafficking and Child Abuse Center

The Pattaya Sports Club and Rotary Club of Jomtien combined their resources to renovate sections of the Anti Human Trafficking and Child Abuse Center. PSC...

Burned-out Pattaya family receives aid

A Pattaya family received much-needed aid after their house burned to the ground last week. Prasit Thongtit, president of the Sawang Boriboon Thammasathan Foundation, Nongprue...