Vol. V No. 39 - Saturday September 23 - September 29, 2006
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Thaksin overthrown in bloodless coup

Soldiers on watch at the Chiang Mai Municipality office after the government was overthrown in a bloodless coup. (Photo by Saksit Meesubkwang)

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NEWS

Mae Chaem River floods Hot District

 


FEATURES
SPORT

Support Foundation
of HM the Queen opens new outlet on Huay Kaew Road

The Support Foundation of HM the Queen on September 17 opened a new outlet on Huay Kaew Road to sell products from various royal projects. The new outlet was opened as part of the celebrations of HM the Queen’s 72nd birthday in 2004.

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Haid goes third after Stableford win

Keeping the points ticking over is the essence of winning Stableford competitions and unlike stroke play, they allow for the odd blow up or two. I remember partnering a guy called Cyril at a croupiers’ society meet at West Middlesex Golf Club in London. Cyril clocked up 16 points on the first six holes and failed to score on the following five.

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

Wisdom of the Lotus at Joy’s House

Pimpisut Jamornmarn, a Mathayom 4 student at Pingkarattana School, Chiang Mai, displayed 54 coloured pencil drawings at an exhibition entitled “The Wisdom of the Lotus”, held at Joy’s House, San Pheesua, on September 9.

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It’s a draw at Chiang Mai Expats Club

Chiang Mai Expats Club met as usual on the second Saturday of the month at the Chiang Mai Orchid Hotel at 10:30. There was a nice crowd who enjoyed the camaraderie of each other along with coffee and snacks.

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