Vol. II No. 25 Saturday 21 June - 27 June 2003
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 Protestors rally at city hall to re-open Ban Mae Hor Phra quarry

An open quarry means more jobs and better income

A civil protest group from Tambon Ban Mae Hor Phra gathered at Chiang Mai City Hall on June 10 demanding the Chiang Mai Provincial Industrial Office revoke the closure of their local quarry.

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NEWS

Bus accident claims life of medical student



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Special service marks 126th anniversary of Kruba Sriwichai

A special service marking the 126 year anniversary of Kruba Sriwichai, the Lanna saint who began building the road from the foothills to Doi Suthep, was held at the Kruba Sriwichai monument on June 11. Local people, led by Chief District Officer Chumporn Saengmanee, gathered there to make merit and offered alms to 126 monks.

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VIP Lanna United victorious in Friendly Football match

The VIP Lanna United Hotels Stars of Chiang Mai won the friendly football match against the Jam Jam Music team from Grammy Entertainment, Bangkok. The match was held as part of the closing ceremony of the Thai Hotels Association (THA) sports day and competition held on June 13.

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BUSINESS
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Two US companies eye up Thai aerospace industry

Industry Minister Somsak Thepsuthin announced that two United States aerospace companies are considering the possibility of investing in projects to transform Thailand into a regional aviation hub.

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Kad Kua Mung opens in Lamphun

Lamphun Provincial Administration Organization (PAO) has opened a new market in a traditional Lanna-Thai style called Kad Kua Mung every Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.

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