Vol. VII No. 14 - Tuesday  April 1 - April 7, 2008
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A most happy birthday to
Her Royal Highness Princess
Maha Chakri Sirindhorn

The entire Chiang Mai Mail staff joins the Kingdom of Thailand in humbly wishing HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn a long, healthy and happy life on this occasion of the Royal Anniversary of Her Birth. (Photo courtesy Bureau of the Royal Household)

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Tourist bus runs off Doi Suthep hill, one killed, many injured

A tourist bus carrying 19 Malaysian tourists returning from Doi Suthep temple, veered out of control crashing through the road barriers, plunged down the hillside coming to a stop 30 meters below instantly killing the driver and injuring most of the passengers.

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World governments start talks on climate change agreement

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Local author and photographer launches his new book

The well-known travel photographer, author and Chiang Mai resident Ron Emmons held a party last Saturday at Villa Duang Champa on Ratchdamnoen Road to launch his new book, “Portrait of Thailand”.

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BMW heads away from gasoline

With oil now well over $100 a barrel, we are all going to have to dig deeper to keep our cars in fuel each week. All this falls right into the hands of auto manufacturers offering something other than straight petrol engined motor cars.

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Around Town

A very different and complete “Wedding Day” package at the Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi

The Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi recently held a press conference to launch “Our Wedding Proposal 2008”, attended, as well as the usual press suspects, by several possible “mother in laws” and at least two

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Easter at the Centara Duangtawan is perfect for the whole family; with drawing classes and Easter egg hunts. Our photographer couldn’t get the kids to look at the camera, no matter what he did!

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