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1. learning | 07 Jul 2011
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» The polar bear zone now under construction at the Chiang Mai zoo will not display any live polar bears, zoo authorities announced yesterday. AFP photo
2. learning | 11 Apr 2013
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» That cute little panda that captured the hearts of Thais throughout the country when it was born in the Chiang Mai Zoo in 2009 is no longer little and not quite so cute, but news that she is about to leave for China will...
3. news | 17 Dec 2013
» Red-shirts on Tuesday rallied outside the home of Chiang Mai Cultural Council president Chao Duangduan na Chiang Mai to demand her resignation after she criticised caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and her bro...
4. 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.
5. 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.
6. lifestyle | 26 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Flowers are blooming in Chiang Mai, and you have three months to appreciate them at the famous Royal Park Rajapruek, which will open its doors for the Flora Festival 2013 on Dec 1.
7. news | 07 Dec 2013
» A small earthquake with a magnitude of 2.5 on the Richter scale was recorded in San Kamphaeng district of Chiang Mai province on Saturday morning, the Meteorological Department reported.
8. news | 18 Dec 2013
» An armed man staged a daring robbery at Kasikornbank in Muang district of Chiang Mai province on Wednesday, making off with more than 400,000 baht, police said.
9. news | 25 Oct 2013
» The State Railway of Thailand has postponed the reopening of the northern line to Chiang Mai until Dec 1 as rains and a manpower shortage mean the Nov 1 deadline to complete repairs will be missed.
10. property | 04 Nov 2013
» Due to increasing demand from East Asian and Singaporean buyers for Chiang Mai property, a Singaporean investor plans to launch two residential projects worth a combined 1.1 billion baht in the next few months.