Vol. III No. 40 - Saturday October 2 - October 8, 2004


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Bird flu health alert again in Chiang Mai Province

Checks for human-to-human transmission

A Chiang Mai Provincial Livestock Office vehicle on inspection patrol in San Sai district, Chiang Mai earlier this year, where the officials were involved in attempting to control the disease.

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NEWS

Lord Buddhaís relics come to Chiang Rai

 


FEATURES
SPORT

Prakaidao Hovatanakulís final flight

36 years of dedication to THAI

Retirement is one of lifeís major events. By that stage, everybody hopes that he or she will be healthy, fit, and surrounded by friends. Prakaidao Hovatanakul did not need to worry as she is all the above.

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Teams from around Thailand converge to play petanque

Petanque is a form of bowls in which metal balls are used, and the charity Mahidol 2004 petanque competition was held last weekend. At stake was a trophy from HRH the late Princess Mother

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BUSINESS
TRAVEL & TOURISM

All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) gaining in popularity

Probably will be needed in the city during the rainy season!

Monika Motor Limited has signed a contract with Nim See Seng Leasing in Chiang Mai appointing them as an authorized dealer to distribute its All Terrain Vehicles (ATVís) in the northern region.

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Biggest expansion to date for Thai AirAsia

Thai AirAsia has embarked on its largest expansion to date. With the delivery of two additional Boeing B737-300 aircraft, Thailandís largest low-fare airline will offer daily flights to 12 destinations from Bangkok as well as between Phuket and Singapore.

On the domestic market, Thai AirAsia will increase the number of its flights from Bangkok to Chiang Rai, Phuket and Ubon Ratchathani. Internationally, Thai AirAsia will add a second daily flight to Macau and a third daily flight to Singapore.

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