Vol. V No. 38 - Saturday September 16 - September 22, 2006
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Residents accuse city fathers of wasting annual budget

Some residents are saying that there was nothing wrong with this footpath when city fathers decided to replace it.

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NEWS

Chiang Mai International Airport holds emergency practice drills

 


FEATURES
SPORT

Thailand praised as model in fight against AIDS

The challenge of ending the HIV/AIDS pandemic remains huge, experts at the 16th International AIDS Conference agreed in Toronto, Canada last week. Since first emerging 25 years ago, the disease has become a global threat as serious as terrorism and global warming. An estimated 40 million people are currently living with HIV around the world and four million of them were newly infected in 2005. During the same year nearly three million people died from AIDS, which some experts say threatens to make women, who bear a disproportionate burden of the epidemic, “an endangered species.”

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Chiang Mai Pool League: All over bar the shouting

After the penultimate match of this season’s Chiang Mai Pool League, all places of significance had been resolved, but some sides were still left fighting to improve their position in mid table.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

Thai-Vietnamese students artistic work exchange exhibition

The faculty of Fine Art, Chiang Mai University, held an art exhibition entitled “Hands”, displaying works by students of the Thai-Vietnamese exchange program. The exhibition ran from September 4 to 13 at the Exhibition Room, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University.

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YMCA Chiang Mai celebrates 36th anniversary

The Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA), Chiang Mai, celebrated 36 years of work within the Chiang Mai community this week. Since its beginning in 1970 the organisation has established six centres in the northern region.

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