Vol. VI No. 43 - Tuesday December 18 - December 24, 2007
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Monorail at zoo rolls into service

Newest thrill to come to the city

Monorail at the zoo, the newest thrill to come to the city

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Road accident leaves 1 dead and many injured

A Chiang Mai-Chiang Rai bound tour bus swerved to avoid two motorcycles that cut across its path causing it to lose control, hitting an oncoming pickup truck, toppled over crushing another vehicle, leaving one dead and over a dozen injured.
The accident took place at 10.20 a.m. on December 13 at the kilometer 9 marker on the Chiang Mai-Chiang Rai highway.
Pol. Col. Chartchai Niewsakul, superintendent of Doi Saket district police station, led a police force of 20 policemen accompanied by a rescue unit team to the scene of the road carnage to provide emergency medical attention to the 17 injured passengers, who were transported to Maharaj Nakhon Chiang Mai Hospital for further treatment.

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Chiang Mai hosts First Astronomy and Physics Olympics

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La Luna Gallery holds Triple 7 exhibition to welcome the New Year

La Luna Gallery of Charoenrajd Road is saying farewell to 2007 with a flourish, having invited seven new artists to display their work, three Thai artists, three farang artists and Sakul Inthakul.

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Proton - emma chizzit to get into one?

The Malaysian Proton was on display at the recent motor expo in Bangkok, and the price is certainly a draw card for this manufacturer. The smallest “Savvy” with the 1.2 liter engine and lowest specification trim can be yours for as little as B. 399,000 and they were offering 5 percent deposit (B. 19,950) and if you want to go to a 72 month contract,

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Around Town

DJ Nights at D2 are just irresistible

4 beautiful ladies at D2 DJ Night l/r Ta, Ink, Tik and Bim.

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British bikes triumphant in the north

The Britbike Company Ltd, the sole distributor of British Big Bikes in Thailand and Niyom Phanich Co. Ltd,

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