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Vol. XIII No.17 - Sunday August 24, 2014 - Saturday September 6, 2014


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Floods continue in northern provinces; more rain forecast

BANGKOK, Sept 1 -- Thailand's Meteorological Department has issued rain warnings to residents in the northern, northeastern and eastern regions from Thursday through Saturday as many provinces are still confront severe floods. Flash flood warnings have been issued in Chiang Rai, Phayao, Nan, Lamphun, Lampang, Phrae, Sukhothai, Kamphaeng Phet and Phitsanulok.

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Nearly 3,500 traffic offenders caught in one month

The Traffic Police have issued over 3,500 traffic violations since the crackdown on driving at four major intersections began on July 17, 2014. Police began targeting five major infractions including stopping over the line at the red light, driving the wrong way, blocking intersections, driving over the double yellow line,

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Longan farmers protest in Saraphi
Chiang Mai could still see more storm activity
Government holds conference to find ways to reduce road accidents
NCPO increasing fines on illegal logging
Vending machine thief targets drinking water machines
Government prepares for 2015 smog season
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Chiang Mai comes together to celebrate HM the Queen’s birthday

The day started early as Governor Suriya Prasatbuntitya and government officials made merit early morning by offering food and alms to monks at Tha Pae Gate in honor of HM Queen Sirikit on her birthday on August 12, 2014.

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Paul saw this at a local coffee shop recently.

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Fauwn Leb / Identity

“Fauwn Leb, the traditional fingernail dance of Northern Thailand, has come to serve as a marketable representation of Lanna culture and its heritage, while simultaneously being distorted by diverse economic and political forces.
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Shangri-La Hotel plants rice with San Kamphaeng students


Traidhos Farm to hold Open Day for Chiang Mai teachers
Students learn about watersheds and conservation

 

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The first Singha Trail Running Festival 2014 in Chiang Rai

A events and Singha Corporation are excited to announce the inaugural Singha Trail Running Festival, scheduled on the 20th of September in the stunning Singha Park located in Chiang Rai, Thailand.
 
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Cambodia congratulates new Thai cabinet

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Suan Dusit Poll: Military-dominated cabinet could suppress corruption
Thai anti-narcotics agency launches major crackdown on drug traffickers

 

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Sai Jai Thai Week promotes high-quality handicrafts made by handicapped soldiers

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July Thai rice exports hit three year high


Inflation falls to new low in six months in August

 

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World Gourmet Festival at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok returns in its 15th year

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Thailand allows 30-day extension of stay for visitors from 48 countries


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