Vol. IV No. 15 - Saturday April 9 - April  15, 2005
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Bus travelers increase as fares pegged

Chiang Mai bus station warns tour agents not to increase bus fees

Chiang Maiís bus stations are getting busier by the day.

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April temperatures to exceed 42 Celsius

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Mermaids at The House

Hans Christian Andersenís fairytale dinner

It was a special evening last Saturday at ĎThe Houseí, where guests were greeted by waiters and waitresses dressed in fairytale-outfits, or as mermaids. The whole restaurant had been transformed into a magic castle, straight out of Hans Christian Andersenís fairy tales.

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A vintage year for the Chiang Mai Sixes

Local teams bag two trophies

It was a vintage year for good cricket at this yearís 18th Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes, which ended in climactic fashion with five finely contested trophy matches played out in hot sunshine last Saturday afternoon (April 2).

Among the winners were the Chiang Maiís own Gymkhana Cavaliers (69 for 2 wickets) who took the Spoon trophy over 18 year veterans of the Sixes, the Wombats (68 for 2). Again locally, the Irish Pub Gang Green team shared in a tied final match for the Joe Carpenter Plate with Englandís Stairway to Heaven Drifters.

In another result favouring a local team, the Chiang Mai Chassies (66 for 0) continue to be unbeaten in their annual tussle with the visiting Dixie Belles (49 for2), the Ladies Challenge.

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Book Week at Prem highlights the joys of reading

Last week, the Prem Tiusulanonda International School held Book Week, ďa celebration of books and the enjoyment people get out of reading,Ē according to head librarian Triesha Hueneke.

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Yís Menís S.M.I.T. International District Conference 2005

Members of the Chiang Mai Yís Men club branch attended the Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand (S.M.I.T.) District Conference to report on the northern Thai community service projects.

Yís 27,000 members have been globally represented since 1922 in 69 countries. Their mission is working together constructively, help each other to develop and encourage and provide leadership to build a better world for all.

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