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Families of victims in December bus crash receive 24.7 million baht compensation

Leowania Leow Sui Yin and Narumol Yindeesuk acted as representatives for the families of the thirteen victims in the December 2015 bus crash to accept the insurance and government payouts totaling 24.7 million baht.

Nopniwat Krailerg

The families of thirteen Malaysian tourists that were killed in a horror bus crash in Doi Saket in December 2015 received a total of 24.7 million baht in compensation from the government and insurance companies at Chiang Mai City Hall on March 23, 2016.

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Zoo issues statement on mahout killed by elephant

The Director of the Chiang Mai Zoo released a statement on the recent death of a mahout who had been killed by a bull elephant at the Zoo on March 22, 2016.

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Seminar on Pracharat Strategy and Thai Agricultural Development
Bosch supports Skill for Life Foundation Chiang Mai
Night Safari hosts elephant conservation campaign
Police drug sting in Fang nets 8 kilograms of Yaba
Fifteen million baht in assets seized from drug trafficker

  FEATURES  
 
CMU students in mock U.S. election debate

Chiang Mai University Political Science students took on new roles on Tuesday, March 15 as Republican and Democrat candidates in a mock U.S. election debate at the Uniserv building.

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Anantara’s Annual King’s Cup raises millions for Thailand’s elephants


 Travel - Tourism
 
Bangkok Airway launches new fares and new local and regional routes

Bangkok Airways has launched special fares tailored for domestic business travel this year announced airline President,
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Business >>

The EU-ASEAN Business Council on the recent ASEAN ministers retreat in Chiang Mai


  SPORTS
 
Tigers season kicks off in Premier League

The Chiang Mai Football Club lost their first match of the season in Division 1 with a 1 – 3 loss to Port Football Club at the PAT Stadium, Port Authority of Thailand, Bangkok on March 5, 2016.
 
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Classical Connections >>

Well, I don’t know whether you’ve noticed but today, Friday 25th March is Greek Independence Day, a national holiday commemorating the start of the War of Greek Independence in 1821.  It’s a day of food, drink, dance and music.

It’s all Greek to me

Caveat Emptor

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