Vol. V No. 43- Saturday October 21 - October 27, 2006
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3rd Army Region inspects cause of flashflood in Fang

3rd Army Region general Lt. Gen. Jiradej Kocharat and Chiang Mai Governor Suwat Tantipat inspect the area in Fang district affected by the flashflood.

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NEWS

Time for a break

Today marks Chiangmai Mail’s 4th anniversary, and for the past 4 years we have worked tirelessly to make sure we never missed appearing on your local newsstand on Saturday morning. Two hundred and nine straight weeks without missing a beat. Unfortunately, our unbroken record will come to a temporary end this coming week. Due to unforeseen circumstances, management has decided it is time for a much needed break to regroup, restructure, and return, bigger and better than ever. We’ve come to realize how many of you depend on us, and we regret any inconvenience this may cause. At this point in time, we do not know how long we will be away. It may be two weeks or two months, but we will be back to bring you the local news, sports, special features, columns and puzzles that you’ve grown to enjoy. NB: For subscribers who wish to cancel your subscriptions, we will cheerfully refund your subscription price based on the amount of time remaining on your subscription. For those of you who wish to continue, the time we are away will be credited to your account. We thank you for your patience. All the best from all of us at Chiangmai Mail


FEATURES
SPORT

Singha Taste of Thailand Challenge 2006 arrives in Chiang Mai Nov 24

Thailand’s funniest cross-cultural game show, the Singha Taste of Thailand Challenge, hits the road again this November and December in pursuit of the answer to the question: Can farang (that’s western folk) ever truly behave like Thais?

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Recent underachievers bounce back to form

It’s been a little while since Don Peterson, Grahame Curry and Peder Koch finished in the top three of a Royal League event, 

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ACADEMIA NUTS
OUR COMMUNITY

Varee Chiang Mai School plants forest in honor of HM the King

On Thursday, October 5, the seven members of the Chiang Mai Athletic Conference (CMAC) gathered at the Olympic-size pool at Prem Tinsulanonda International School for the annual CMAC Senior Swim Meet. 

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Former Miss Universe joins 19th Chiang Mai Food Festival

The Chiang Mai Restaurant Club held the 19th Chiang Mai Food Festival at Laan Muan Jai courtyard of Central Airport Plaza between October 7 and 13. The festival was presided over by Chiang Mai deputy governor,

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