Vol. III No. 21 - Saturday May 22 - May 28, 2004


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Blast at gas refilling plant leaves one dead

Owner charged with negligence and culpable homicide

Provincial officials and police inspect the damage at the oxygen gas refilling plant. Human remains and debris from gas tanks were strewn over a large area.

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NEWS

Entertainment venue closing time debacle remains as clear as mud

 


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Palong, sakuro, simplicity and a day in the mountains

As all fairytales begin - Once upon a time some beautiful young angels flew down to earth. It was hot, the air was sticky and on reaching a mountain lake, they took off their wings to swim.

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Nakorn Payap International School Sports Day

2004 Sports Day at Nakorn Payap International School (NIS) was a “resounding success,” said P.E. Instructor Lee Stevens, as Grades 1 through 12 swam, ran and jumped in various events throughout the day.

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TRAVEL & TOURISM

Anida Day Spa enjoys grand opening

The grand opening of Anida Day Spa took place last Saturday in a relaxing garden atmosphere and natural surroundings along the Ping River.

Anida Spa is situated on Lampoon Road, a little further down from Rimping department store next to ‘Blue Magic’.

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Peaches, pears and plums preferable to poppies

Peach Research at the Royal Angkhang Agricultural Station

His Majesty the King of Thailand in 1969 initiated and encouraged the cultivation of cash crops in the north, instead of opium. Cash crops can - and sometimes do - fetch higher prices than the illegal product.

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