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Vol. XIII No.21 - Sunday October 19, 2014 - Saturday November 1, 2014


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Red songthaew drivers unhappy with new route system

Passengers want improved courtesy and fair prices

The majority of red songthaew drivers feel that the new routes have reduced their income while passengers believe the costs are unfair.

A recent by the Economics Research and Agricultural Forecasting Centre (Maejo Poll) of users of the red truck services and of drivers as to the efficacy and efficiency of the new routes implemented by the NPCO in August found that 78.62% of red truck drivers were facing economic difficulties.

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Kad Luang merchants and drivers call for return of songthaew stops

Business owners and market stall operators joined drivers of out of city songthaew routes to call on the government to reinstate parking at Waroros Market as moving the stop to Chang Puak Bus Station has reduced trade and increased costs for local merchants.

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Thursday, October 23 is Chulalongkorn Day
Villagers in San Pong call for better water supply
Ivory merchants warned to register
Meeting on Mae Kha Canal to coordinate solutions
Eco-village concept to be implemented for Chiang Mai
Get well wishes for HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej
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Faithful mark the end of Buddhist Lent

Chiang Mai Buddhist faithful marked the end of Buddhist Lent, or Awk Phansa, by feeding monks as they left their temples at the end of the rains retreat. Awk Phansa is a three month period that sees monks remain in the temple.

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Gao said he was a little afraid to try “Long Life Creamer”

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Visualize the Rain exhibition opens at Sangdee Gallery

Orpan Sompin, or Tikky as she is known by friends and supporters, opened her newest exhibition, a series of watercolors and woodcut prints with watercolors, at Sangdee Gallery on October 2, 2014.
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Education >>

USA Education & Travel Fair at Maya promotes schools in the U.S.


Amigo Vision Thailand and Rotary travel to Ban Mae Na Chon
Payap Dean of Business Administration Faculty receives award

 

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Chiang Mai Golf Classic brings big names to Chiang Mai

The Chiang Mai Golf Classic is scheduled to be held from November 10 – 16, 2014 at the Alpine Golf Resort Chiang Mai in San Kamphaeng.
 
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PM Book-lovers flock to Book Expo Thailand 2014

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Third Army Chief visited cold-spell-hit residents in Chiang Rai
Social Development Minister brought royally-sponsored Kathin offerings to Surin

 

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2014 tourism revenue projected at Bt1.85 trillion

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LG Uplus succeeds in using WiFi frequency for faster LTE


Indonesia needs Rp278 trillion infrastructure investment to boost Internet connectivity

 

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Loei seeing more tourists, especially on weekends

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Thailand enhances tourism marketing promotions in France and Benelux countries


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