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Porcupines predict Euro Cup 2016 matches

Little chose England first and Italy second for the Euro Cup 2016 at the Chiang Mai Night Safari. England was knocked out later that day by Iceland but Italy remains in the competition.

Nopniwat Krailerg
Two prized porcupines from the Chiang Mai Night Safari were chosen to predict the outcome of Euro Cup 2016 matches by going for a bowl of fruit placed in front of the flag of each competing team.

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Chiang Mai holds events for International Day against Drug Abuse

Chiang Mai students, local communities, government officials and residents joined together on June 26, 2016 at the Lanna Polytechnic Chiang Mai Technological College to participate in activities surrounding the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

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No new Zika cases in Chiang Mai so far
Murder gang caught in murder for hire case in Mae Jo
Plans in place to cope with floods, landslides and strong winds for the rainy season
Police announce arrest of five men in drug cases
Two San Sai children diagnosed with Zika virus

  FEATURES  
 
Wichai Wittaya School hosts Thai - Turkish Friendship dinner

Wichai Wittaya School, a part of the Marmara Schools network, hosted a Ramadan Dinner celebrating friendship between Thailand and Turkey, the home base of the schools.

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Skål Chiang Mai visits Mae Mha School for donation of supplies


118th Independence Day of the Republic Of The Philippines
Shangri-La Hotel hosts Signature Wedding Fair 2016
Farewell party for U.S. Consul General; the “Ambassador to the Kingdom of Lanna”
 Travel - Tourism
 
Chiang Mai launches green season discounts for tourist attractions

As part of the annual promotion to attract tourists to Chiang Mai in the green season four tourist attractions are offering a joint discounted ticket of only 999 baht for all four sites.
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Bangkok Chiang Mai Hospital to invest 160 million in further expansion


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First Lanna International Mountain Bike race kicks off in Lamphun

Lamphun hosted the first Lanna International Mountain Bike 2016 competition on June 8 and saw both Thai and foreign residents and visitors take part in the race which was held to boost eco-tourism in the four provinces of the Upper North.
 
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Classical Connections >>

So asked the teenage Juliet before coming out with another immortal line, “That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet…”

What’s in a name?

Late night discos

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EU Referendum: Spin emerges as the only winner

Chart 1 - Source: Capital Economics for Woodford Investments.

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After the pensions revolution: making sense of QROPS

Reasonably-priced university can still be possible

 

 

 


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