Vol. VI No. 36- Tuesday October 30 - November 5, 2007
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Bomb scare at local bank

Tense moments as officers of the Division 33 Border Patrol bomb disposal team use a remote control robot to retrieve a suspicious box an unidentified caller said was a bomb.

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Local soldiers depart for troubled South

Special forces from the 7th Infantry Division gathered at the Three Kings Monument to bestow merits before departing for duty in the three southernmost provinces.
Many of the 800 soldiers were accompanied by family members during an emotional send-off as they begin their term of duty in the troubled southern provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat.

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HM the King recovering satisfactorily

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Premiere of “The Dodo Bird” brings in the crowds

English teacher Stephan Benet Turner, from Chicago, Illinois teaches at the very well known and well respected Dara Academy in Chiang Mai.

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Lotus blossoms

Lotus has launched its fastest accelerating toad-going sports car ever - the 1.8 liter supercharged Exige S. This is the car for someone who might want a supercar, but cannot afford the Porsches, Lambos, Ferrari’s and such. Based on the current Exige, Lotus claims the S is a race-derived road car designed for true enthusiasts.

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SOCIAL SCENE
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Around Town

l/r Leona, Nang and Ron ready to order at the Expat dinner group.

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Chiang Mai’s The Pub marks another milestone

On October 14th the oldest watering hole in Chiang Mai celebrated another milestone – 38 years serving the locals of Chiang Mai!

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