Vol. III No. 39 - Saturday September 25 - October 1, 2004

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Body of murdered Pattani Provincial Court judge returned to Chiang Mai

Phra Raja Sithacharn, the abbot of Phra Thart Doi Suthep, leads the funeral rites.

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Several northern provinces report floods, landslides, road blockages




Mature charity performance by 19-year-old saxophonist Narisa Cherdjareewatananun

Musically superb, but stage management disappointing

After two successful concerts in the past two years, this year’s feature concert entitled “caf้ saxo” came with hopes that it would take Narisa’s performance to a higher level. Expectations were high, and the massive Kad Theatre was almost filled with both Thai and foreign music lovers, plus a great number of local dignitaries representing various diplomatic missions as well as the business community.

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CH4 complete battle in the mountains

Runners with a drinking problem or drinkers with a running problem?

The Chiangmai Happy Hash House Harriers (CH4), the best mixed hash that runs on every Saturday and distinguishes itself from other hashes by being informal, allowing children and being simply very happy, enjoyed their 17th run last Saturday on September 11.

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Bank to offer more loans to the public, plus loan restructuring

Art Siripin, director of the Government Savings Bank (GSB), Region 7, Chiang Mai Office, has announced it will run a project to assist the general public with the introduction of an asset conversion plan. Loans will also be available for people wanting to open food shops. The GSB, Region 7 has also devised a plan to restructure loans for people who have been unable to repay their debts.

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Tourist entrepreneurs from Thailand’s east head north

To introduce tourist attractions in the central provinces of Chonburi and Samut Prakarn to people in the North, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), Central Office, Region 3 in cooperation with the Chonburi Provincial Administration Organization (PAO) and Chonburi Attraction Club arranged the tourism road show in four prominent northern provinces.

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