Vol. I No. 1  Saturday 26 October - 1 November 2002
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Electric school bus project switched on

Trial runs to begin in December

Chiang Mai Municipality announced it is fully supportive of the new electric bus project, a service for school students, and is urging the principals of the schools located on Charoen Prathet Road to signify their agreement before the service is fully operational next year.

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NEWS

Chiang Mai police give consulate security top priority

Sawasdee Chiang Mai

High-ranking Thai and Malaysian police meet in Chiang Mai


FEATURES
SPORT
King Chulalongkorn the Great

Last Wednesday, October 23, the Kingdom of Thailand observed Chulalongkorn Day. It was a national holiday, and as such, all banks and most offices were closed for the day. The following is a tribute to a great King in Thailand’s history.



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Over a dozen teams to face off in OK Cup International Ice Hockey Tournament in Chiang Mai

 Ice hockey in the tropics? Sure enough, the OK Cup International Ice Hockey Tournament is scheduled get underway next Wednesday, October 30 at the Bully Sky Ice Skating Rink in the Kad Suan Kaew shopping complex off Huay Kaew Road, just outside the northeast (or Hua Lin) corner of Chiang Mai City. 

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BUSINESS
TRAVEL
TA Orange comes to Chiang Mai, Lamphun and Lampang

TA Orange Co. has now locally opened its public services. Supachai Chearavanont, the company’s chief executive officer and Adhiruth Thothaveesansuk, chief commercial officer introduced their company and networking services during the press conference held at Chiang Mai University on Saturday, September 28.

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Chiang Mai and North Thailand Travel Show moves to Chiang Mai for the first time

The Chiang Mai and North Thailand Travel Show is normally held in Bangkok, but for the first time it will be staged in Chiang Mai City, in co-operation with the Chiang Mai Tourist Business Association and the Thai Hotels’ Association, Northern Chapter.


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