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    Corpse found in sea near Koh Larn

    Published on 04/07/2013

    » Marine Police off the coast of Koh Larn pulled the body of an unidentified man found floating near Rai Kwang beach. The dead man was wearing only green shorts and was not carrying any identification.  Investigators believe he may have been a fisherman who was murdered and thrown overboard during a quarrel. The body was sent for autopsy.

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    Illegal sex pills impounded

    Published on 04/07/2013

    » Following a tip-off from a stool pigeon, police raided three pharmacies in Central Pattaya that were selling the sex-enhancing drug Kamagra. Staff at the three retail outlets admitted they knew about the pills which were brought secretly to Pattaya from a Bangkok factory. They added that most of the sales went to older foreigners who didn’t care whether the pills were authentic or not, just as long as they worked.  Statements from staff were taken at the police station and the matter referred to the prosecutor’s office.

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    Thai and US sailors train in Sattahip

    Published on 04/07/2013

    » <p>The Royal Thai Marine Corps and sections of the United States Navy conducted land and sea training exercises in Sattahip, particularly landing and alighting from vessels. Also during the 18th annual maneuvers, civilians were provided with emergency medical training.</p>

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    Deadly virus alert issued for Chonburi

    Published on 04/07/2013

    » There has not been even one case of the coronavirus detected in Thailand, yet Chonburi health officials have been ordered to be on high alert for the deadly disease, particularly in Pattaya and other tourist centers. Pradit Sintavanarong, health minister, said patients with serious respiratory symptoms in all provinces will be monitored for Middle East respiratory syndrome corona virus (MERS-CoV), and that hospitals are prepared to receive suspected cases. Likewise, the Public Health Ministry is ready to deal with the disease. Thai Muslims and Arabs are most at-risk for contracting the SARS-like coronavirus. According to the World Health Organization, more than 70 such cases and 39 deaths have been reported—mostly in Saudi Arabia and also in Jordan, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Tunisia, United Kingdom, France, Germany and Italy. Consequently, anyone traveling through those countries—including those planning to visit Mecca for the Hajj&#8211;may be vulnerable.

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    Public Hearing in Hua Hin Launches the High Speed Train Project

    Published on 05/07/2013

    » The Bureau of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning (BTTPP) recently organised a public hearing about the Bangkok-Hua Hin high speed train project.  Officials revealed their preliminary research and design and local people expressed their opinions about this project.

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    Thai Buddhist Lent to Bless Hua Hin

    Published on 05/07/2013

    » Hua Hin Municipality is preparing for the annual Buddhist Lent Ceremony, the tradition that marks the long standing of Buddhism in Thailand, said the Hua Hin Mayor Mr. Nopporn Wutthikul.

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    Hua Hin Food Fest 2013 to Boast Mouthwatering Dishes

    Published on 05/07/2013

    » The Hua Hin Municipality, along with concerned agencies, is organising the Hua Hin Food Fest 2013 from 30th August to 1st September at the Queen Sirikit Memorial Park between 6.30 p.m. and 11.30 p.m.

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    Girl’s bizarre death begs explanation

    Published on 15/05/2013

    » Police are investigating the perplexing death of a five-year old girl who reportedly convulsed and died after a dog walked around her, or so the story goes. The girl came to Pattaya from Chonburi with her parents Adisak Srisombat and his wife Kamfang. The couple rented a room, they say, and left their daughter alone for a short time. On their return, they found the 5-year-old dead. Doctors determined that the youngster had had a seizure following a shock. There was no evidence the dog had attacked the girl. The inquiry continues.

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    Cheeky robbery at 7-Eleven

    Published on 15/05/2013

    » A foreigner entered the 7-Eleven store on Walking Street and sneaked into the store room while the clerk was busy working behind the counter. Shortly thereafter, the farang reappeared and explained that he had been looking for a rest room when he wandered into the storeroom by mistake. He then made his exit. The clerk, 20-year-old Marut Lapit, did not realize that he personally had been the victim of a non-violent robbery. But when his shift ended, he went to the storeroom to retrieve his belongings and discovered that 6,000 baht had been taken from his wallet. The CCTV camera captured a clear image of the thief, but police have no idea of his identity.

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    Computer destroyed in warehouse fire

    Published on 15/05/2013

    » Hi-tech equipment valued at more than 10 million baht was threatened by fire that was quickly extinguished by Banglamung fire fighters. But not before the flames destroyed a substantial—yet undetermined—amount of computer supplies and goods. Investigators interviewed the watchman, 35-year old Punet Chemkaew, who reported the blaze. He said he was taking a nap and was awakened by the smell of smoke. The fire chief said the fire was likely caused by a spark from a faulty electrical wire.

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