Vol. VI No. 4 - Tuesday March 20 - March 26, 2007
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Chiang Mai and Northern provinces suffering from environmental disaster

A Thai military transport plane douses water above Chiang Mai province in an attempt to fight the haze on Saturday, March 17, 2007. (AP Photo/Wichai Taprieu)

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Governor gets tough in smoky Mae Hong Son

Mae Hong Son Governor Direk Konkreep ordered the supervisor of the Land Reservation Office removed from his post after he apparently allowed forest burning in the city.
At a press conference at the governor’s residence, the Governor signed an order to remove Isara Anurakpongsathon, the chief of the Provincial Land Development Office. Subsequently the Provincial Land Development office will submit the order to Isara’s superiors to have him removed out of Mae Hong Son provincial area.

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NEWS

Chiang Rai declared a disaster zone


FEATURES
SPORT

Laos Opens Wartime ‘Cave City’ to Visitors

Viengxay,, Laos - A collection of dramatic caves that provided shelter to 23,000 Laotians during nine years of aerial bombardment in the Indochina War, has now been opened to the public.

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Local couple making splash in golf scene

For the first time in memory a husband and wife team placed 1st in the same golf tournament.

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SOCIAL SCENE
OUR COMMUNITY

Around town

Our intrepid Social Scene photographer was very busy this past week braving the smog and racing around Chiang Mai attending so many functions.

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Singer Frans Bloem to perform in Chiang Mai

Dutchman Frans Bloem lives in New York and for over 30 years he has filled his life with his passion: singing. Don’t look for him at Carnegie Hall or at the Met.

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