Vol. I No. 3  Saturday 9 November - 15 November 2002
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Flash floods cripple Chiang Mai

Municipality on the verge of announcing an emergency

Heavy rains over consecutive days and nights last weekend flooded Chiang Mai City resulting in countless thousands of baht damage. According to authorities, the municipality was on the verge of announcing an emergency.

Water flowing from the high areas and mountains like Doi Suthep, caused flash floods, which inundated the Chiang Mai Muang District, as well as some other districts, prompted relief work and operations from both public and private sectors.

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Electric shuttle busses sparking plenty of interest

Yipeng looking better than ever this year

Border problems, drugs and terrorism top bill at National Security seminar

Governor Pisit Ketephasuk welcomes Chiangmai Mail to the province

The spacious grounds at the Khum Khantoke Lanna Cultural Center in Chiang Mai were filled to capacity as the well-wishers for our new newspaper, the Chiangmai Mail, were added to the normal throng of patrons at the Lanna dining salas.

Whilst most of the people present were the residents of Chiang Mai, there were also many people who had traveled up from Bangkok and Pattaya and other parts of Thailand to help the Chiangmai Mail Publishing group “wet the baby’s head” while they proudly displayed the new newspaper.

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Canstar and Tokyo Canadians win 8th Annual International Charity Ice Hockey Tournament

Canstar and the Tokyo Canadians won the Asian and International divisions respectively in the 8th Annual International Charity Ice Hockey Tournament held at the Bully Sky Ice Skating Rink in the Kad Suan Kaew shopping complex, Chiang Mai.

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Ad Carabo launches ‘drink for life’

Thailand’s famous country music artist, Yuenyong Opakul, aka Ad Carabao recently announced the launch of his first serious business venture.

Working alongside Tawandaeng Brew House owner Sathien Setthasit, the superstar performer has created a new energy drink called CarabaoDaeng. The drink is priced at 10 baht per 150-cc bottle.

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A birthday party was held in honor of Novotel Chiang Mai’s general manager, Scott Ong (center), who celebrated his birthday this month with his secretary Saithip Buapetch (3rd from right), Mayuri Sawetrattakul (4th from right), Srisuda Withamongkol (8th from right), and PR officer Artchaporn Budtiya (9th from right). The party was organized at the executive meeting room of Novotel Chiang Mai, with congratulations received from the hotel’s staff and well-wishers.

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