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OPINION

A perfectly British public paradox

Roger Crutchley, Published on 14/07/2024

» Much has been made of the "working class" background of the newly-elected government in the UK and how very few of Sir Keir Starmer's Cabinet attended posh "public schools". This brings us to one of the paradoxes of British and particularly English culture. The institutions which are called "public schools" in England are anything but public and are actually elite private fee-paying institutions.

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THAILAND

Pattaya residents protest 'sin city' label

News, Chaiyot Pupattanapong, Published on 12/07/2024

» Residents in Pattaya have protested against the label "sin city, heaven of prostitutes" used by the Thai media outlet Thairath, demanding that the city's positive aspects be highlighted.

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EASY NEWS

200 officials raid one Pattaya pub

Gary Boyle, Published on 08/07/2024

» About 200 officials raided a pub on Pattaya's Walking Street early Sunday morning and found traces of drug abuse among the customers.

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LIFE

Bitec to host four trade shows

Life, Patcharawalai Sanyanusin, Published on 08/07/2024

» Four premier international trade shows will be held under one roof to help stimulate the country's economy in the second half of the year, at Bitec Hall 101-104, Bang Na-Trat Road, daily from 10am to 7pm, starting Thursday to Sunday.

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THAILAND

200 officials raid one Pattaya pub

Chaiyot Pupattanapong, Published on 07/07/2024

» PATTAYA: About 200 officials raided a pub on Pattaya's Walking Street early Sunday morning and found traces of drug abuse among the customers.

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OPINION

Labour's win gives Britain a chance

News, Published on 06/07/2024

» Ever since Rishi Sunak's rain-sodden announcement to call a general election on July 4, one question has hung over British politics: Will Labour win by a landslide or just a regular majority?

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OPINION

Fixing flaws in Thailand's booze law

Oped, Published on 03/07/2024

» Sixteen years after the Alcohol Control Act was enforced to curb youth drinking, consumption among youngsters remains as high as ever, highlighting the law's ineffectiveness.

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THAILAND

Revamped Jungceylon Shopping Center Unveils a Refreshed Look with New Immersive Concepts

Published on 25/06/2024

» Mr. Prawit Janyasittikul, Chief Executive Officer of Phuket Square Co., Ltd., which manages Jungceylon, said, “We are delighted to mark Jungceylon’s new chapter with the completion of the AEI, which includes a full transformation of the mall, from refreshed and re-configured spaces to new retail concepts. The development and renovation plan began in 2022, covering over 200,000 sqm with an investment of over 1 billion baht. The shopping mall now boasts over 300 stores fully operational across all four distinct zones, each thoughtfully deco-rated with nature themes to evoke a sense of freshness and relaxation.”

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OPINION

Kingdom's top cops set poor example

News, Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 24/06/2024

» The handling of the bitter feud between two heavyweights of the Royal Thai Police, Torsak Sukivimol and Surachate Hakparn, aka Big Joke, by a prime minister-appointed committee led by Chatchai Promlert is typical of a Thai style of conflict resolution that reflects the "mai pen rai" and "forget about it" attitude, despite the core issue being the integrity and honesty of the two officers.

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EASY NEWS

Dozens test positive for drugs in Chon Buri pub raid

Gary Boyle, Published on 17/06/2024

» Dozens of people tested positive for drugs after a raid on a popular pub in Chon Buri early Saturday. Nine people, including a pub guard, were arrested for selling drugs.