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Zip-line victim’s family receives ‘record’ payout

The victim’s father accepts the 2.8 million baht compensation for his daughter’s death.The victim’s father accepts the 2.8 million baht compensation for his daughter’s death.

The family of a Chinese woman killed at a Chiang Mai zip-line line has received what was described as the largest-ever compensation payout for a tourist-related death.

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The Government of Japan provides a Fire Engine for Huaypong Sub-District, Mae Hong Son Province

The Government of Japan, under its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects Scheme (GGP),

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Kingdom celebrates 105th Chulalongkorn Day
The Government of Japan provides a Fire Engine for Huaypong Sub-District, Mae Hong Son Province

 

Life at 33 1/3 >>

A nerd at large in the Dylan box


Dylan: History in the making

SNAP SHOTS >>

A 366 page manual


Catching the action in Still Life


WYSIWYG – learn that first!

  Arts - Entertainment
 
Film Review: Chilean miners film resorts too often to formula

Los Angeles (AP) - Movies are forever trying to capture the essence of the human spirit, and by that measure, it’s hard to imagine there was ever a story more tailor-made for the movies than the incredible 2010 Chilean mine rescue. If the details are hazy in your mind, just go to YouTube right now and watch the first miner reach the surface in that tiny capsule they built. We dare you not to cry.
 
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Classical Connections >>

If you’re Scottish (or even if you’re not), it can’t have escaped your attention that Monday 30th November is St. Andrew’s Day.  Now in case you’d forgotten or possibly never knew, Saint Andrew lived around the beginning of the first century AD and was the younger brother of Saint Peter, or so it says in the New Testament. 

The Scottish influence

A correction on my previous letter
Take the time to go to Immigration

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