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On Monday at the Bangkok Hospital Pattaya, Dr. Pichit, the Director of the Hospital led the grand opening ceremony for their new Hearing Speech Balance Tinnitus Center which is located on the 3rd floor of building E.

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The Oriental Hotel in Bangkok was the venue for a birthday celebration for Her Majesty Queen Margrethe the Second of Denmark on Monday the 20th of April. Hosted by the Danish Ambassador to the Kingdom of Thailand, His Excellency Michael Sternberg,...


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The chairman of the Senate committee on human rights has promised to hear the views of all parties on the nomination of prospective members of the National Human Rights Commission.

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Garbage workers injured villagers and damaged their belongings in retaliation for their protesting against them.


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Pattaya is approaching a busy period with the arrival of thousands of US Marines within the next few weeks along with the ASEAN Financial Ministers Meeting to be held at the Royal Cliff Beach Resort between 6th and 9th April.

Taming tuskers

The Nation 02.04.2009
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Kanchanaburi officials herded together on Tuesday seeking ways to stop the destruction of property and crops by the 176 wild elephants of Salakphra Wildlife Sanctuary this dry season.


WHO grant to develop vaccine for deadly flu

Pongphon Sarnsamak The Nation 02.04.2009
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Thailand will get Bt70 million from the World Health Organisation (WHO) this year to strengthen its capacity to fight a possible flu pandemic.

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Picking her way through the crowds Surang Janyan waves a friendly hello to her friend Gop. This is one of the many people she will meet tonight in Pattaya’s Walking Street – a long street running along the cost of one of Thailands red light areas.


Unseasonal rain causes road chaos

Pattaya One News 19.03.2009
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Around mid-morning on Wednesday much of Pattaya and its immediate environs was subjected to an unseasonally heavy downpour which led to traffic chaos, flooded roads, and electricity blackouts in many parts of the city.

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Thailand is looking for broader regional support in the fight against the multi-million dollar illegal trade in wildlife.


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Patients will next year be feeling the benefit of an implantable pulse generator (IPG) made by Thai scientists and engineers for 10 times less than foreign versions.

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Bangkok Hospital Pattaya conducted a press conference on March 3, 2009 responding to the talk of the town issue of “A woman wakes up from death” which had been in the news recently.


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We must warn all motorists that travel to and from Bangkok on Highway 7, that the stretch of road close to the Laem Chabang Intersection is currently closed due to safety concerns.

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Mr. Tawee Kanjana, Director of the Royal Rain Making Center, Region 6 (East region), Royal Rain Making Center produced artificial rain to fight drought announced that due largely to the long period of dry weather this year a severe drought through...


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The Ministry of Public Health has prepared more than 500 doctors and nurses to provide special health services for participants in the upcoming 14th ASEAN Summit, scheduled for February 27 to March

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Is it true that elephants are artists? Can they really paint pictures of flowers, trees and even other elephants? Are they the only animals on Earth, apart from human beings, that can create pictorial images?


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As part of the Cobra Gold Military Exercise which is currently ongoing here in Thailand, the Thai, US and Singaporean Naval Units taking part in the exercise joined together to provide assistance to 6 schools in Chonburi Province.

Alcohol may be banned for Songkran

Bangkok Post 14.02.2009
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Public Health Minister Witthaya Kaewparadai is at odds with his deputy over the banning of alcohol sales during Songkran this year.


Victims of distortion?

Achara Ashayagachat Bangkok Post 14.02.2009
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Col Manas Kongpan, head of the Internal Security Operations Command, Ranong unit, defended his actions regarding the alleged inhumane treatment of Rohingya boat people and his past involvement in the Krue Se massacre. Achara Ashayagachat reports.

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Thailand's Health Ministry has warned the country faces up to 12,000 people becoming infected with the AIDS virus in 2009, with the most vulnerable being women and homosexual men. Concern comes as a Thai civic group looks to raise awareness among ...



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