Vol. VI No. 19 - Tuesday July 3 - July 9, 2007
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Happy Birthday HRH Princess Chulabhorn

The Chiangmai Mail on July 4 joins the Kingdom in humbly wishing a Happy Birthday to a most remarkable person, Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn.

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It’s Madam Mayor for Chiang Mai

Mrs. Duentemduang na Chiang Mai or candidate number 2 won the top spot in last week’s mayoral election with a huge lead over her rival ex-Mayor Boonlert Nuranupakorn.

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NEWS


HM Queen Sirikit travels to Russia

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TOURS
SPORT

Security at Suvarnabhumi airport must be upgraded

After inspecting Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport for 10 days, officials of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) have recommended that security should be upgraded.
Chaisak Angkasuwan, director-general of Thailand’s Aviation Department, said ICAO officials arrived in Thailand on June 17 and inspected security systems at Suvarnabhumi airport as well as at other airports in Thailand. The ICAO officials recommended that the security systems provided at Suvarnabhumi airport is scattered and should be centralized. Airports of Thailand (AoT) officials must also be strict on checking identification cards of people entering or leaving the airport, according to Mr. Chaisak.

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Classic cars make a run to Mae Ngat dam

A good turn out of classic cars & a lot of ‘classic chatter’ at the Coffee Bus at the RimPing Supermarket complex on the Middle Ring Road preceded our departure to Mae Ngat Dam.

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SOCIAL SCENE
OUR COMMUNITY

Around town

Albert, JJ and George attended the annual general meeting at the Gymkhana.

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American students learn from those in need

As part of a community service project, four high school students from Seattle, Washington in the US visited Chiang Mai to produce a promotional video about the charity work and efforts of FERC, the Foundation for the Education of Rural Children.

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