Vol. VI No. 6 - Tuesday April 3 - April 9, 2007
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by Saichon Paewsoongnern











A most happy birthday to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn

The Kingdom of Thailand on April 2 celebrates the most auspicious occasion of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s birthday. We at the Chiangmai Mail join in with our most humble wishes for HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn for a long, healthy and happy life on this occasion of the Royal Anniversary of Her Birth.

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The city prepares for Songkran

Municipal agencies are in high gear preparing for Songkran as safety is being promoted to make this year’s water festival an enjoyable one for everyone. The local government is set to implement strict measures on alcohol consumption and drunk driving.

Police will be setting up checkpoints on Doi Suthep road and other main routes in Sankamphaeng, Sanpatong and Mae Rim to inspect drivers and attempt to prevent drunk drivers from operating their vehicles during Songkran. Drivers caught under the influence will face steep fines and jail time.

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Truck lands into the Ping River


Cricketers descend on Chiang Mai

Over 400 cricketers landed in the Porn Ping Tower Hotel’s main ballroom to officially begin the 20th Annual Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes tournament.

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Chiang Mai Pool League: Wall comes down on Moon

In an otherwise predictable night in the Chiang Mai Pool League last Friday, The Wall produced a shock result against reigning champions Half Moon Pub, Chiangers and Bangers grabbed a much needed win away from home, and Maggie’s Place shot 4 places up the table.

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News from Prem

Eleven teachers across the school ranging from kindergarten to Grade 12 teachers are mentoring small groups of students from Grade 5 who have developed their own questions and then their own inquiry about sharing our planet. The exhibition is student-driven and students have organized visits to many locations and have also had a number of guest speakers to help them with their investigations.

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The ChiangMai Mail Trivia Challenge

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The first five who reply correctly will win a 1 year’s subscription to the Chiangmai Mail. The Trivia Challenge prizes are valid only to residents in the Chiang Mai Province and all decisions are final. Winners will be published in our April 17 issue.

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