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Countdown to New Year to be alcohol free

Governor Suriya Prasatbuntitya, President of the Provincial Administration Organization Boonlert Buranupakorn, Mayor Tussanai Buranupakorn, the Provincial Public Health Office and Police and sponsors Bangkok Air represented by Passapong Jirawattanasak, Regional and International Corporate Communications Department Manager onstage for the press conference.

New festivities at Tha Pae Gate are to be alcohol free it was announced at a press conference held by the government of Chiang Mai, the Municipality and other organizations.

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Japanese government helps local migrant children with education

The Government of Japan, under its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects Scheme (GGP), has provided funds amounting to 3,707,000 baht for a project entitled “The Project for Construction of a Schoolhouse for the Myanmar Ethnic Group in Muang District, Chiang Mai Province”.

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Ten districts in Chiang Mai declared cold weather disaster areas
Parade for Anti-Corruption Day
New baby albino wallaby welcomed to Night Safari family
Chiang Mai honors Emperor Akihito on his 81st birthday

Chiang Mai residents gathered at the Holiday Inn Chiang Mai on December 17, 2014 to honor Emperor Akihito of Japan on the occasion of his 81st birthday. Emperor Akihito was born on December 23, 1933 and acceded to the throne in 1989. He is the 125th emperor of his line according to Japan’s traditional order of succession.

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Is she winking at me? Very nice little car seen in a local mall

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Traidhos receives AMCHAM CSR Excellence Award

Traidhos Three Generation Community for Learning received the 2014 American Chamber of Commerce Corporate Social Responsibility Excellence Award recently.

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Chiang Mai Jazz in the City set for January 2015

Air Bagan celebrates 5th anniversary of Chiang Mai – Yangon route
Woodfield Resort opens under the management team of Duangtawan Hotel
Celebrating the Colors of Doi Tung during this festive season


Chiang Mai Lanna CC's tribute to Phillip Hughes

A minute's applause was made and the bats lined up in tribute to Phillip Hughes before the start of Lanna CC's match against United CC from Vietnam on Saturday.

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PM is confident of peaceful New Year holiday

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Countries vows not to host anti-Thai government movements
Thailand conveys condolences to Australia over Sydney café seizure


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Industry Ministry expects halal food standard to boost Thai exports

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Thailand begins exporting pork to Russia

Amnuay: Price of rubber would rise to 60 baht/kg before year-end


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Thai Foreign Ministry warns Thais to avoid travel to Sydney

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TAT lists seven top locations to celebrate New Year countdown 2015 in Thailand

Thailand and Cambodia to upgrade four border passes

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