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Governor calls emergency meeting as PM10 levels reach 181 in the city

Doi Suthep disappears behind a fog of smoke and haze as pollution levels in Chiang Mai started climbing at the start of March.

Governor Suriya Prasatbuntitya called an emergency meeting of all relevant government organizations on Tuesday, March 03, 2015 to discuss the soaring pollution levels in the first few days of March.

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New expansion plans for Chiang Mai International Airport

The Airports of Thailand have announced plans for expanding both domestic and international terminals as well as adding more parking bays, increasing baggage handling machinery and adding another parking lot.

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Chiang Mai Night Safari exchanges animals with the Zoo
Chiang Mai opens new Anti-Corruption Center at City Hall
Japanese Consulate and CMU sign agreement for Japanese Studies Center
A precious gift; the donation of guitars for students in Chiang Mai
Chiang Rai woman arrested with Yaba on the bus to Bangkok
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Skålleagues learn about Wellness tourism at latest meeting

Skål Chiang Mai members and friends met at Le Meridien Chiang Mai on Thursday, February 26, 2015 for their monthly meeting and dinner. Local business owner Michelle Ring of Absolute Bootcamp Fitness spoke to the gathering about the rise of medical tourism and more specifically wellness tourism which falls under medical tourism.

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Tom sent this in from an area restroom. He said he really didn’t want to ask.

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Young Southeast Asian student leaders join forum at the U.S. Consulate

The U.S. Consulate General in Chiang Mai hosted the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Open House: Chiang Mai Forum on Friday, February 27, 2015 with 100 student leaders from eight educational institutions including Chiang Mai University, Payap University, Mae Jo University, other higher education institutes in Chiang Mai.
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TAT launches online One and Only contest to promote Discover Thainess campaign


Anantara Chiang Mai Presents Exclusive Michelin Chef Events

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Lucky Hopes His Name Comes True!
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Prem students win Track and Field Championship

Prem won its first team Chiang Mai Athletics Conference championship of the year as the Junior Track and Field Team finished first in the overall team standings at last week’s championships.
 
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PM visits VEC repair center

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Cabinet to approve road transport plan in today's meeting
Talent Mobility program launched to encourage scientific advances across industries

 

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General Manager of the Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai Titiya Chooto with members of the Chamber Music Quartet led by Tassana Nagajavira (far left) at the end of the concert. Funds raised from the performance will be donated to the Chiang Mai Provincial Red Cross in this annual concert.

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Thailand needs new energy sources

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Industry Ministry to keep an eye on the global sugar price


PTT supports public hearings on petroleum concessions

 

Travel & Tourism

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Most foreign tourists come to Thailand through travel agencies, ATTA reveals

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Udon Thani new entrant in the Amazing Thailand Grand Sale 2015


Foreign tourists still pack Hat Yai

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