Vol. II No. 20 Saturday 17 May - 23 May 2003
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Forest fires rage behind 700-Year Anniversary Sports Complex

The mountains behind the 700-Year Anniversary Sports Complex were ablaze again on May 10. Helicopters from the Chiang Mai Ministry of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives were called in to help extinguish the fire.

The helicopters took on water from the Mae Chok Luang reservoir, located near the sport complex, dumping the loads on to the forest blaze.

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NEWS

Hot spell ups electricity usage

Chiang Mai to improve cityscape



FEATURES
SPORT

Over 300 farmers take part in Farmer’s Day at Wat Phra Singha

More than 300 farmers joined in the Farmer’s Day ceremony presided over by Chiang Mai Governor Pisit Khetphasook, who led the participants in worship of the Buddha while the monks blessed seeds, plants, and fish to be given to the farmers.

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Futsal Season begins

In Chiang Mai’s International Schools, the basketball season is over and the next term will be dedicated to Futsal. For people who are not accustomed to this term, let me give you a short explanation:

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BUSINESS
TRAVEL & TOURISM
PTTEP to explore opportunities in Iraq

PTT Exploration and Production Plc (PTTEP) plans to explore business opportunities in Iraq now that the United States-led war on the country has eased.

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Public flocks to buy cut-price tour programs

The Thai tourism industry celebrated as it became apparent that strategies to boost the domestic tourism industry had paid off, with the four-day Youth Tourism Fair clocking up 250 million baht in sales as members of the public rushed to take advantage of cut-price tour programs announced on May 4th.

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