Vol. II No. 2 Saturday 11 January - 17 January 2003
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500 milk producers stage city hall protest

  A case of crying over spilt milk?

More than 500 farmers are demanding solutions to the over production of fresh cow’s milk in Chiang Mai, and to show they mean business, they staged a protest, pouring milk on themselves, on city hall and into the grass field in front of city hall.

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NEWS

New Year road fatalities appallingly high



FEATURES
SPORT
New Year in Chiang Mai – quiet but colorful

Since Chiang Mai Mail is still new in town, it was our reporting team’s first time reporting on New Years’ Eve in Chiang Mai. We did not know what to expect, and our mind was very open when we took off to hit the town on the evening of December 31, 2002.

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“Rock Stars” of a different kind reach new heights in Chiang Mai

Rock climbing has become quite popular in Thailand lately, and although it is a new sport in Thailand we have the same international standard as others. To show the world where we are at, a rock climbing competition has been organized every year in the north.

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BUSINESS
SOCIALS
Grey Global Group Thailand scores results and awards for smoking cessation drug Quomem

Grey Global Group Thailand’s work for prescription smoking cessation drug Quomem has achieved record-breaking results for its client Glaxo SmithKline, while netting two Bronzes and a Finalist Certificate at Cannes, Best Print campaign at the TACT Awards, and a Campaign Finalist Award at The New York Festivals.

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Ms Watcharaporn Chongpaophan (2nd left), director of sales and promotion of Chiang Mai Hill Hotel presents a bouquet of flowers to say congratulations to Pol Col Prachuab Wongsook, on being newly appointed as the superintendent of Phuping Police Station in Muang District, Chiang Mai.

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