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Vol. X No.12 - June 8 - June 30, 2011


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Update by Saichon Paewsoongnern
 
 
 

Dredging operations continue

Chiang Mai Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn inspected dredging operations on the Ping River in preparation for the upcoming rainy season on Wednesday, June 22. Joined by Marine Department officials the concern remains that the river level is high and the silt has built up, causing concerns that heavy rains could cause the river to overflow.

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City dredges the Ping River for rainy season

The Municipality announced that the plans to dredge the Ping River before the onset of the rainy season in an effort to avoid overflow and flooding in case of heavy rains have been moving forward as scheduled. The province’s reservoirs are not as low as usual due to the unseasonal rain during the normally dry season so dredging the river is one project to protect the city from flooding.

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Annual budget for Chiang Mai city set forth

  FEATURES  
 
Rain doesn’t slow the Summer Fun Splash

The Summer Fun Splash Party held at the Centre of the Universe Swimming Pool on Saturday, June 25 was only slightly dampened by the steady downpour of rain that began in the afternoon and continued on during the evening. The party was held to raise funds for the Chiang Mai branch of the Royal British Legion and their Poppy Appeal.

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FEATURES >>

ToyRide visits Doi Saket orphanage 


Panyaden School Director discusses morality at CM Expats

 TRAVEL & TOURISM
 
Phi Ta Khon Festival in Loei

The Phi Ta Khon festival is unique to the Dan Sai district in Loei Province and reflects the local Isan belief in ghosts and spirits. Held once a year, it is part of a grand merit-making festival known as the "Boon Luang" festival.

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Education >>

Nurses training seminar 


  Around Town
 

Author and PEN award winner Mo Tejani (center) celebrated his 60th birthday at Sangdee Gallery on Sirimangkalajarn Soi 5, Friday June 24 with friends and loved ones.  continued

News

Mobile services unit every weekend around the city

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Dutchwoman caught planking in Chiang Mai
Lunar eclipse obscured by clouds
Body of a woman found in Padaed


 

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