Vol. VII No. 3 - Tuesday January 15 - January 21, 2008
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by Saichon Paewsoongnern

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

His Majesty the King grants
highest honour to late
HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana

Prof Dr Pongsak Angkhasit, president of Chiang Mai University, presides over
a merit making ceremony for the late HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana.
The ceremony included offering alms to the 84 monks and took place
on January 9 in front of the Boonsom Martin building at Chiang Mai University.

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Chiang Mai Governor issues public order prohibiting burning

As a result of increasing public concern about pollution in the city, its surrounding areas, and the province itself, the Governor of Chiang Mai, Viboon Sanguanphongs, has issued a public order prohibiting burning of all kinds in open areas. Rubbish incineration and the cutting down of trees are also prohibited. The order is highly specific, and is being sent out to all local administration organisations, and also to government agencies in the province.
Prohibited activities include waste incineration, the burning of twigs, leaves, agricultural residue and the burning of areas of forest. Officers are being sent out to instruct the public in alternative ways of eradicating or recycling waste, as recommended by the governor. The province has also designated certain areas as forest fire protection zones. It is hoped that officers will be able to persuade local people to abandon their traditional burning practices and replace them with new methods of waste management in order to produce fertilizer. Any breaches of the new public order will be severely dealt with under the law.

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NEWS


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OUR COMMUNITY
AUTOMANIA

New Wines in Thailand

Earlier this month on 8th January, the Grand Opera Society held its first meeting of the 2008 season. Sixteen lucky members were enthralled with “Der Rosenkavalier”,

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Forget fuel misers - here’s
the real man’s car

The Chevrolet Corvette has been an icon in the US automotive world. Despite that, it has had trouble in garnering the same respect in the automotive world at large, but that is all about to change when the 2009 Corvette ZR1 is released.

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SPORTS
Quiz Nights Around Town

Ismail on fire as Warriors topple City Life

The first match of the New Year saw lots of excitement and good cricket when the Warriors enjoyed a comfortable win over City Life at the Gymkhana last Sunday with six overs to spare.
Batting first, City Life struggled to reach 142 with only Makki, a typical swashbuckling 29, and Thong, with a controlled innings of defense and aggression, scoring 57 not out, as the major scorers.
Ishmael, bowling with lively pace, took 3 City Life wickets for 19 with left-armer Chris Simmons 2 for 17 and Noor, six overs for an economical 10 runs, lending good support.
Despite an early breakthrough, Warriors reached 146 for the loss of only 6 wickets with Ishmael scoring a delightful 67 not out and Shiffy 20.

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The “Blumer’s” team at the Olde Bell consisted of the delightful Antonia and Sophie giving the guys a run for their money.

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