Pattaya news coverage via Yahoo!
recent updated : March 17, 2015, 8:08 pm
PHITSANULOK, 17 March 2015 - The 3rd Army Region is launching a campaign to encourage people in the North to stop slash-and-burn practice to clear lands.
Pattaya mela in all districts soon Minister
The Revenue Department will hold a Pattaya mela in all districts immediately after the completion of the revenue adalats and the budget session of the Assembly, Revenue Minister Adoor ...
South Korea-:39:s Yang wins Honda LPGA Thailand
South Korea-:39:s Amy Yang won the Honda LPGA Thailand in Pattaya on Sunday, finishing at 15-under-par 273 to hold off world number three Stacy Lewis. Yang struck a 3-under 69 to win by two strokes in the final round of the $1.5 million tournament at the Siam Country Club, seeing off Lewis who had led after each of the previous three rounds.
The Trust North Pattaya under construction
The Confidence Co, a subsidiary of Quality Houses, has introduced The Trust Condo North Pattaya, worth Bt1.2 billion and with a starting price of Bt1.39 million per unit.
Golf: South Korea-:39:s Yang wins Honda LPGA Thailand
South Korea-:39:s Amy Yang won the Honda LPGA Thailand in Pattaya on Sunday (Mar 1), finishing at 15-under-par 273 to hold off world number three Stacy Lewis.
Blaydon man fell 300ft to his death from the 36th storey of Thailand apartment block
Blaydon man John Knotts visited Thailand five times a year and died after falling from an apartment block in Pattaya
Hantuchova takes third Pattaya Open tennis title
PATTAYA: Slovakias Daniela Hantuchova took the WTA Pattaya Open on Sunday with a gripping three-set 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory over Croatian Ajla Tomljanovic. The win is the third for Hantuchova in Pattaya, who took back-to-back titles in 2011 and 2012. But it was far from plain sailing against a 21-year-old Croatian rival who was ranked five places above her, enjoys a ten-year age difference and ...
The Appeals Court Region 2 freed Arisman and 12 others after they posted Bt2 million in cash as bail. The 13 red ...
ARISMAN PONGRUANGRONG and 12 other leaders of the red-shirt movement were released on bail from Pattaya Special Prision on Monday night.
Woman nabbed with endangered primate
A woman was arrested early yesterday morning in Pattaya for carrying an endangered slow loris and allegedly inviting tourists to have their picture taken with it.
15 Red Shirts get jail
The provincial Court of Pattaya yesterday sentenced 15 red-shirt leaders to four years in jail for their involvement in the storming of the ASEAN Summit venue in April 2009 that forced the government to cancel the meeting and caused national embarrassment. Among those found guilty by the court were Arisman Pongruangrong, Nisit Sinthuprai, Surachai Danwattananusorn, Singthong Buachum, Worachai ...