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Vol. XI No.9 - Sunday October 7 - Saturday October 20, 2012


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Drunk driving crackdown in force

Police are breathalyzing drivers at checkpoints around the city in a bid to reduce the number of accidents and deaths caused by drunk driving. (Photo courtesy of Chiang Mai Municipality)

The Provincial Police, Chiang Mai Muang Police and Municipality have announced that checkpoints will be in place around the city starting from 8 p.m. to crack down on the growing problem of drunk driving.

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New Chiang Mai Governor appointed

Chiang Rai Governor Tanin Supasaen was appointed as the new Governor of Chiang Mai at a Cabinet meeting held on October 2, 2012 after former Governor M.L. Panadda Diskul was transferred to the post of Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of the Interior on October 1, 2012.

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more news >>

Panda channel canceled 
Safety Foods Festival launched by Deputy Minister of Public Health
Ministry of Transport infrastructure investment plan
CMU holds seminar on the rise of China
Nakornping Hospital opens Chang Puak branch
Chiang Mai’s New TAT Director
Chiang Mai Motor Expo 2012 features “Best Cars for the Best World”

  FEATURES  
 
Chiang Mai Friends meet at the River Market

The Chiang Mai Friends held their monthly meeting at The River Market on Wednesday, September 26, 2012, the meeting was attended by the representatives from Kids Ark as well as Michael Clarke from the Foundation to Encourage the Potential of Disabled Persons.

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Quirky Pics >>

JR saw this picture at a Golden Triangle parking lot, “I was somewhat lost as to it’s meaning,” he noted.


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
Sangob Loka Foundation holding charity fundraiser for permaculture

Sangob Loka is a foundation promoting self-sustainability and permaculture assisting people from remote rural areas in northern Thailand towards food abundance by designing their own community food forest and to encourage mindfulness towards nature. continued

Education >>

Education for high mountain villages


Community Service projects at Traidhos Three-Generation Community for Learning
Coffee needs a home
  SPORTS
 
Toyota celebrates 50 years with boxing matches

Toyota celebrated their 50th anniversary by sponsoring the international style WBC Inter Straw Weight match between Thai champion Wanheng Kaiyanghadao-Gym and Jason Luzalito from the Philippines as well as other matches held in a boxing marathon on September 28, 2012.
 
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EATING OUT >>

I’ll be honest, sometimes I think it’s ALWAYS that time of month for me… you know, when I’m craving cupcakes, art, and arty cupcakes, all simultaneously.

Cupcakes!
 

Nimmanhaemin is in terrible shape!
Rumours?
Black smoke on the roads

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Police Region 5 and the Office of Narcotics Control Board (ONCB) and Chiang Mai media held a farewell party for outgoing Governor M.L. Panadda Diskul on Friday, September 28, 2012.

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