Vol. IV No. 6 - Saturday February 5 - February 11, 2005
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Mass raid on drug lord’s property nets 50 million baht

Minister of Justice and AMLO rubbing their hands

Minister of Justice Pongthep Thepkajana (left) looks at confiscated property flanked by the secretary-general of the Anti Money Laundering Office (AMLO) Pol. Maj. Gen. Peeraphan Prempoot (right) and the arrested Boonjerd Chuenjitra.

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Thai Rak Thai battling hard for the North

 


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Superb Chamber Music Concert at Four Seasons Resort

The Chamber music concert at the Four Seasons Resort was a quality evening, right from the outset, with all the guests being personally welcomed by the new GM Andrew Harrison and his wife Francette and even their eight year old daughter Nikita contributed to that.

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Exhibition Cricket – Come and join the fun

Junior cricket in Chiang Mai has come a long way since it started four years ago. Popularity is making people sit up and take notice of this activity that is played by both boys and girls from as young as eight or nine years until (as in David Buck’s case) eternity!

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OUR COMMUNITY

NIST-APIS concert covers classics to country

Suan Bua Resort and Spa was alive with the sound of music on Friday night when the combined voices of the NIST Elementary Choir from Bangkok and American Pacific International School (APIS) newly-formed Middle School Chorus presented an evening of light-hearted music.

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Chiangmai Classics concert well attended

The first Chiangmai Classics concert was well attended at the beautiful Kad Suan Kaew theatre with an audience of 600 curious music buffs.

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