Vol. VII No. 18 - Tuesday  April 29 - May 5, 2008
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Thailand celebrates Coronation Day
and Their Majesties’ fifty-eighth
Wedding Anniversary

(Photo courtesy of the Bureau of the Royal Household.)

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Bomb discovered inside parcel left on temple steps

Last Friday, at 7.30 am, police at Muang Chiang Mai Station were informed by the owner of the Ronrungsap clothes shop in Wararot market that he had found a parcel which he suspected might be an explosive device on the steps leading to Wat Saenfang temple, close to the market.

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International UNAIDS conference attracts controversy and protest

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OUR COMMUNITY
AUTOMANIA

Earth Day celebrations
at Kad Suan Kaew

Kad Suan Kaew was the selected venue for the celebration of Earth Day, April 22, arranged by 20 local governmental and non-governmental organisations.

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Nissan GT-R V-Spec pounds Porsche at Nurburgring

The performance car drivers are anxiously waiting for the new Nissan GT-R to become available at your local Nissan dealership. This car brings super-car performance at bargain prices, but at present you will only get one through the grey import houses.

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FEATURES
Around Town

Historic Lampang in a day - or two

The next time you find yourself sitting at home with nothing to do, and nothing worthwhile on BBC Prime, you’ve seen the current movies on HBO, and clearly are tired of the unending news, generally all bad, on CNN. Here is a suggestion. Take a day trip down to Lampang.

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H.E. Zhang Jiu Huan (left), the Chinese Ambassador to Thailand, being welcomed on his arrival for a stay at the Imperial Mae Ping by Pratya Pichaisat (right), the hotel’s Director of General Affairs.

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