Vol. VII No. 23 - Tuesday  June 3 - June 9, 2008
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Mugger strikes on Changklan Road

The accused has been brought to the site of his crime in order to provide an exact report of the mugging to investigating police officers.

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Fault lines under Chiang Mai confirmed by university study

A recent study and underground oil survey carried out by academics and researchers from the Earth Science Institute at Chiang Mai University has confirmed the existence of two horizontal fault lines running underneath the city at a depth of approximately 4-6 kilometres in the areas of Chiang Saen, Mae Chan, Chiang Khon, Fang, Mae Ai, Sansai, and Hang Dong districts, extending into Mae Hong Son province. Minor tremors in the area are quite common, particularly in Hang Dong and Mae Rim districts, the last being a 4.6 magnitude quake which occurred last year, the epicentre of which was under Maejo University in Sansai.

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Mayor’s monthly discussion meeting determines future of city

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Heroes Emerge from the Storm

You are looking at the faces of heroes, ordinary people who, when confronted with unimaginable disaster, have faced it with courage and nobility. These are the people of Burma who survived the violence of Typhoon Nargis and are now forced to struggle against another insidious force, the treachery of their own government.

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Bajaj and Renault offspring for 2011

Renault-Nissan and Indian motorcycle maker Bajaj Auto Ltd. say they will be ready to market a $2,500 car that gets about 34 km/l (82 mpg) by 2011. The ultra-low-cost car, codenamed ULC, will be a direct competitor to the $2,500 Nano sedan from Tata Motors Ltd. that goes on sale in India later this year.

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Around Town

Citylife’s Ladies Night - the “real deal” at a great venue

“Ladies’ Night”, in our home countries - long frocks, tight shoes, a boring afternoon at the hair salon,

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The crowds still pack the new Riverside Restaurant, (across the road from the old place), because of the great food and music. Antz, Bo, Amy, Goung, Joy, Poon and Eak (l/r).

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