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Vol. XIII No.23 - Sunday November 16, 2014 - Saturday November 29, 2014


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Thai PM’s Malaysia visit schedule unchanged

Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha will pay an official visit to Malaysia on Monday and is expected to appoint Thailand's negotiation team to renew peace talks with southern insurgents before he leaves for Kuala Lumpur.

National Security Council (NSC) Secretary-General Anusit Kunakorn said after today's cabinet’s meeting that the plan for Gen Prayut’s one-day visit to Malaysia remains unchanged.

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River cleaned of krathongs and other waste

The Chiang Mai Provincial government said that this year the amount of waste was about twenty percent less than last year’s Yee Peng Festival as it began the process of cleaning waterways of krathongs. Most of the krathongs are made from banana trunks and other biodegradable waste.

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Campaign launched to solve annual smoke pollution
New songthaew route system faltering
City promotes pang prateed during Yee Peng
Northern Sky Doctors save lives around the North
Government works to restore the historic charms of the old city in Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai readies for popular Winter Fair
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Yee Peng festivities not dampened by rain

The Northern Festival of Yee Peng coincides with Loy Krathong and now the two events have become interchangeable.

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Quirky Pics

Ed saw this in a restaurant and asked, “If this one is H2O, what comes out of the other faucet?”

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Ambitious and Entertaining

Gallery 116 on Charoen Muang Road has once again presented its Chiang Mai art lovers with a very interesting new exhibition which opened on Saturday November 1st. This time, the ambitious and forward-thinking gallery owner Mrs. Wanthip Nimmenhaeminda has invited the Hua Hin Artists Group to exhibit a range of its paintings.
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A show with a twist, and a difference


New library for German Christian School
Chiang Mai students meet with overseas schools
World Federation of the Deaf RS Asia Youth Camp held in Chiang Mai

 

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Tiger’s ranked 5th in their first year of League 1

The Lanna Tigers ended their first year climbing up to 5th on the table of the Yamaha League 1 in their last big match on November 1 against BBCU FC. The home team closed out the year with two goals against BBCU FC’s one.
 
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Police chief asserts crimes of ex-CIB chief, accomplices

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Army chief asserts no ISIS in Thailand
Northern, northeastern Thai provinces warned to get set for cold weather

 

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Thailand promotes industrial cooperation with Japan's Fukui prefecture

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Automotive sales drop 20% in October


Thai agriculture ministry to launch overall rubber reform

 

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Transport Min bracing for exodus of New Year holidaymakers

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Floods recede in Thailand's deep South; cold envelopes North


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