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Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern

Alcohol sales banned on Vesak Day

The Ministry of Interior has instructed all agencies under its supervision to closely monitor entertainment venues, hotels and liquor shops across the country to make sure they abide by the alcohol-control law on Vesak Day.

According to deputy permanent- secretary of the Ministry of Interior Apinan Suethanuwong, sales of alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited during Vesak Day. The ban is in line with the alcohol beverage control act BE 2551 (2008) which stipulates that sales or consumption of alcoholic beverages are disallowed on important religious days. Those caught having violated the law will be persecuted.


Police arrest 82 year old man in murder case

Police announced the arrest of an 82 year old suspect in the murder of Waan, an employee of a vegetarian restaurant on Moon Muang Road. The victim’s body was found nude, laying on the floor of the bathroom of a motel in Paton at 5:50 p.m. on April 26, 2015.

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Body parts found hidden at crematorium
Donations for Nepal earthquake victims accepted at Damrongdhama Center at City Hall
U.K. Honorary Consulate to close May 16
Government launches new airport shuttle bus
Get up Stand up for Music

The U.S. Consulate in Chiang Mai and the U.S. Embassy, in cooperation with the Chiang Mai Municipality and HIP Magazine, held a free music concert in front of the Lanna Folklife Museum on Sunday, April 26 at 5:30 p.m. attracting visitors to the Sunday Walking Street market with the live music.

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Paul saw this at Big C and said “I could use some Freshy Beauty myself!”

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Traidhos April Camp 2015 in Mae Rim

Our introductory week to our March/ April camp was an action-packed boys only week! We started the week with parachute fun and games, attempted the challenging low rope course, learnt to cook “jungle style” on open fires, and put our survival skills into practice camping and hiking around Doi Inthanon.

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New Student Plus Card from Bangkok Airways

Tourism Min boasts jump in tourist number in past 6 months

Care for Dogs >>

Millie just wants to be loved - like everyone else!
Cricket Sixes: Bashundhara make it four out of four

Bashundhara Cricketeers won their fourth Cup title in succession as the Bangladesh side’s domination of the San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes is now complete as they have won the main competition in six of the last seven years.

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Conclusion reached at a Special Meeting on Irregular Migration in Indian Ocean

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NHSO's hotline 1330 earns popular vote as best agency dealing with public complaints
Thai student teams to compete in 2015 World Robot Games


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Changes needed to expand Thai Halal Food Industry in the world market

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Industry Ministry launches outlet fair to help cut living expenses

Fiscal Policy Office states Thai economy grew in April

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Hat Chao Mai National Park’s annual closure to begin June 1

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Songkhla to host IMT-GT 2015 to promote Old Town tourism

Minister of Tourism and Sports joins Thailand-Malaysia cycling event in Narathiwat

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