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Vol. XIII No.16 - Sunday August 10, 2014 - Saturday August 23, 2014

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Bridge in Paradise
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Gen Prayuth named 29th Prime Minister

BANGKOK, 21 August 2014 (NNT) – General Prayuth Chan-ocha has been named Thailand’s 29th Prime Minister after receiving a unanimous vote at the fourth National Legislative Assembly (NLA) meeting. The legislative assembly today (August 21) convened its fourth meeting, with the selection of an interim prime minister as its main agenda.


New One Stop Center for citizen complaints opens at City Hall

The new One Stop Center for citizens to obtain legal advice as well as file complaints in regards to corruption and other complaints against the police, land department and other governmental offices was opened by Chiang Mai Governor Suriya Prasatbuntitya on the 1st floor of the City

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Making the city livable for everyone
Chiang Mai honors the Crown Prince on his 62nd birthday
Plans to tackle growing number of tourist arrivals at Chiang Mai Airport
Northern Peasants Federation calls on government for land reform
Motorcycle accidents leading cause of serious injury on the roads
Longan farmers petition for price supports after early harvest yields small fruits
Skålleagues hold rooftop meeting at Sala Lanna

Skålleagues met on the rooftop of the lovely Sala Lanna Hotel on Thursday, July 31, 2014 enjoying the cool temperatures brought on by the rains that fell earlier in the afternoon. The view of Doi Suthep and over the Wat Gate area had many pointing out landmarks and enjoying the view.

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Quirky Pics

The graffiti art around town can be pretty amazing, this one is just kind of frightening said the reader who sent it in.

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 Arts - Entertainment
A Stunning Art Exhibition opens at Gallery 116

I was totally amazed when I went to the opening of a new exhibition in Mrs. Wanthip Nimmenhaemin’s Gallery 116 near to the Nawarat Bridge on Charoen Muang Road.

Education >>

Police and Payap to offer short courses in law

Chiang Mai students receive U.S. State Department grant
Traidhos Campers help the temple dogs in Mae Rim


Lanna Tigers take on Racha Navy FC

Chiang Mai FC played a home game against the Racha Navy FC on August 3, 2014 in the Yamaha League 1. The Tigers played an attacking game against the visitors who are second ranked on the table. In the first half star player Anggello Machuca nearly scored twice but the visitors managed to protect their goal.

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Somyot appointed Thailand's national police chief

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Princess Maha Chakri will open i-CREATe 2014 in Singapore
Chief of Thai Defence Forces presents financial aid to Myanmar


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Industrial confidence rises 3rd consecutive month in July

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All Libya evacuees to arrive in Thailand this month

NCPO urges concrete action plan on tackling illegal ivory trade


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Renowned Yoga master to hold two-month training course in Khao Lak hotel

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International Organisation of Good Templars chooses Thailand for first Asian Congress

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