Vol. I No. 2  Saturday 2 November - 8 November 2002
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Pisit Ketephasuk welcomed as the new Chiang Mai provincial governor

Judged up to the task by Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra

Chiang Mai Municipality announced it is fully supportive

Pisit Ketephasuk has been installed as the new governor of Chiang Mai Province, replacing Kosin Kedthong.

Kosin Kedthong has been promoted to director general of Public Relief Work and the Disaster Prevention Department.

The immediate past governor said that he had already met new governor Pisit Ketephasuk to discuss Chiang Mai Provincial officers and ongoing projects, especially the drug problem and social order.

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NEWS

North Metrological Center warns: cold weather on the way

Fix Highway 118 says Pol. Maj. Yongyuth

126 million baht spent on Chiang Mai International Airport


FEATURES
SPORT
Elephant Rally proves popular with elephants and riders

The first elephant rally was held recently in the Mae Taeng Elephant Park, in Chiang Mai Province, and attracted many Thai and foreign tourists to join the elephant jamboree. The rally was being used to promote tourism and conservation in the area.

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Sky Ice beats Falcons 9-0, Canstar beats Sky Ice 3-1

The 8th Annual OK Cup International Charity Ice Hockey Tournament got underway in Chiang Mai on Wednesday, October 30, with teams in the Asian Division facing off.

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BUSINESS
SOCIALS
Bank of Thailand’s policy committee maintains repurchase rate

The Bank of Thailand’s Monetary Policy Committee has decided to maintain the 14-day repurchase rate at 2%, but conceded it was ready to ease the interest policy if the economic situation deteriorated.

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Cozy atmosphere, great wines, and nice people - that describes Darling Swiss Wine-Pub just opposite the Amari Rincome. Spotted here recently were (L to R) Nikki Prachensky, mine host Lucas with friend, the inimitable Marc Dumur, a.k.a. GM at Amari Rincome, and Doris Kraushaar, a photographer who will have an exhibition of her work at the Darling November 3 - 16.


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