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Thai government approves US$20,000 aid to quake-shattered Haiti

DANANG, Vietnam, Jan 14 (TNA) - The Thai government approved US$20,000 in relief aid to quake-shattered Haiti as part of a massive international effor...

 

Pope Benedict Forgives Xmas Mass Attacker

A press release by Vatican City officials has stated that Pope Benedict XVI has met privately on Wednesday with the woman who assaulted him at last ye...

 

Pattaya Maritime Safety Issues Raised, “Again”

Following the recent tragic death of a Russian tourist who was hit be a speedboat off the coast of Koh Larn, city officials have once again met at Pat...

 

Follow-Up: Brutal Murderer Apprehended

On Wednesday the 13th of January 2010, a Singaporean businessman was found dead in Sriracha, near Pattaya. Police have now - following an intensive in...

 

Kasikorn: Thai Economy to Continue Growth in 2010

The Thai economy is expected to grow at an accelerating rate this year if the prolonged political conflicts ease, according to a top banker.

 

Over 100,000 Feared Dead in Haiti Quake

Officials fear more than 100,000 people have died as a result of Tuesday's 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Haiti.

 

Brutal Murder of Singaporian Near Pattaya

At 08.30am on 13th January 2010, Police arrived at the scene of a crime in the vicinity of Sriracha, after receiving a report from Mr. Narong Angkarn,...

 

Prizes At Pattaya’s Banglamung School

As part of “Children’s Week,” the large crowd of 1,988 students gathered early in the morning on the school’s huge outdoor sports arena to see gifts p...

 

Pattaya’s Second Charity Bed Race

Thailand’s first charity Bed Race received much attention from the Press last year and the event became an instant success in the history of Pattaya, ...

 

New X-Ray Equipment Announced for Laem Chabang

Officials from the Laem Chabang Port organised a press conference on Tuesday to reveal the installation of a new container X-ray device at the busy in...

 

City Hall Confirms Pattaya “Cowboy Music Carnival 2010”

A meeting has been held a Pattaya City Hall to discuss preparations for the upcoming Cowboy Music Festival 2010. Various delegates from local administ...

 

Verdict on Thaksin Asset Seizure Imminent

The Thai Supreme Court's Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions on Tuesday announced the completion of its hearing on the Bt76 billion (...

 

Togo May Be Charged Over Withdrawal from Cup

The Togo national football team have now been officially disqualified from the African Cup of Nations, following their failure to fulfil the Monday ni...

 

Thousands Feared Dead in Haiti Earthquake

A 7.3-magnitude earthquake which struck off the coast of Haiti is feared to have caused major loss of life in and around the capital, Port-au-Prince.

 

Police Indicted Over Saudi Businessmans Disappearance

Thailand's Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has indicted Pol Lt-Gen Somkid Boonthanom, chief of Provincial Police Region 5, and four other active ...

 

Announcing Thailand International Jazz Conference 2010

The Mahidol University in Nakhon Pathom has announced that it will host the Thailand International Jazz Conference 2010, the event will be held on the...

 

New Manager At Pattaya’s Manhattan Restaurant

One of Pattaya’s Restaurant & Hotel operators, with over thirty years of experience is Mr. Hugh Millar, who has just been appointed as the new manager...

 

Poonsawat Defends WBA Title in Split Points Decision

Thailand’s Super Bantamweight fighter Poonsawat Kratingdaeng has successfully defended his World Boxing Association title on Monday, defeating Japan’s...

 

Red Shirts End Rally at Councillor Surayad’s Home

Thailand's anti-government United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) on Tuesday ended its rally at the vacation residence of Privy Council...

 

Pattaya Street Vendor Robbed of Bt17,000 at Gun Point

A street vender was robbed at gun point by two men on a motorbike outside the Immigration Office on Soi 5, Jomtien Beach , Banglamung.