Vol. III No. 25 - Saturday June 19 - June 25, 2004

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Heavily laden truck overturns at Rincome intersection

Five vehicles damaged and traffic delayed for hours

It was mayhem for hours at Rincome intersection, the scene of the accident.

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Storm brings down telephone pole



Class of 2004 says farewell

CMIS graduation

It was a night which will be remembered by all graduates of 2004 as well as their parents. The night when some seniors were heard calling out, “We made it! Life starts NOW!”

Jonnel Uptin, acting MC, opened the evening and after a short address from Supaporn Yanasarn, the director of CMIS, the announcement of the awards of the school valedictorian and salutatorian were made.

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Nong Bai Tong to challenge Valentino Rossi?

Nanobike challenge at Channel Kids

Ten dynamic young riders met in the final round of the Racing Kids and Racing Star, Channel Kids competition organized at Kad Suan Kaew shopping complex, on Sunday, June 6.

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Duangtawan Hotel opens in Chiang Mai

504 rooms waiting for tourists

After three months of re-building, renovating and construction, Duangtawan Hotel, right in the heart of the city, has opened its doors.

The Duangtawan Hotel Group added the 504 downtown hotel as the latest ‘baby’ in their chain. They already operate properties in Bangkok (First Hotel), Pattaya (The Regent Marina and Central Place), Phuket (Hyton Leevadee) and Koh Samui (Malibu-Chaweng Beach and Samui Park Resort).

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Ayutthaya road show comes to Chiang Mai

TAT wants northern provinces to visit

Ayutthaya attracts nearly a million tourists every year, and the province would like even more to visit the ancient capital of Siam.

The Tourism Authority of Thailand, Central Office, Region 6 held a road show to promote travel to the central province at the Empress Hotel in Chiang Mai. The province’s tourism attractions include ancient remains just half an hour drive from Bangkok.

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