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1. learning | 25 May 2011
» The Dept of Disease Control says its team of toxicology experts have not yet been able to determine the cause of the mysterious deaths in Chiang Mai.
2. learning | 11 May 2011
» Thai experts are unconvinced by an independent investigation which suggested that the mysterious tourist deaths in Chiang Mai came from from exposure to a bedbug spray.
3. learning | 10 May 2011
Easy English news
» A victim's father says he suspects a cover up in the investigation into 5 mysterious deaths in Chiang Mai, a charge denied by the inspection head.
4. news | 01 Jan 2015
» CHIANG MAI — Police are checking the footage of closed circuit cameras to find clues on the planter of a fake bomb on a road in Chiang Mai city on Thursday.
5. lifestyle | 15 Dec 2014
» At the mention of the northern province of Chiang Mai, most people think of a tourist hub filled with temples, coffee shops and a long walking street for shoppers. But deep inside, hiding around corners and turns are pie...
6. business | 09 Dec 2014
tourism & aviation
» Chiang Mai: Private tourism operators and the Chiang Mai Provincial Administrative Organisation (CMPAO) are being urged to play a more active role in promoting the northern province.
7. learning | 18 May 2012
» The DSI chief says evidence implicates state authorities in 25 deaths occurring during the 2010 crackdown on the red-shirts, the red-shirts themselves in 12, but evidence relating to the other 52 deaths is inconclusive.
8. news | 30 Jan 2015
» Chiang Mai Tourism Business Association is working with Hong Kong tour agents to promote the province as a venue for Hong Kong people to organise their wedding ceremony.
9. news | 27 Jan 2015
» Authorities have declared five districts around the airport in Chiang Mai off-limits to the release of popular khom loy flying lanterns for safety reasons.
10. news | 24 Jan 2015
» Chiang Mai: Seventeen foreigners of various nationalities have been arrested at a condominium in Chiang Mai for working illegally in the country after they were found providing online English courses to Chinese customers...