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51. learning | 21 Sep 2010
Newspaper section: Learningpost
» A group of 96 Australian Year-9 students from Firbank Grammar School in Melbourne took part in an experiential learning programme in Thailand from July 25 to Aug 13.
52. news | 30 Nov 2013
» The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) will resume services on the northern railway line from Uttaradit to Chiang Mai tomorrow now that repairs, which started in September, have been completed.
53. learning | 27 Nov 2013
» China's Baidu set to launch Thai search engine, Chiang Mai cable car public hearing feedback negative & shrimp industry damage from Early mortality syndrome (EMS) will end soon.
54. learning | 24 Aug 2010
THE CHINGCHOK Hunter
» I have just returned from a visit to Chiang Mai, where I ventured into the forest looking for snakes, gibbons and other interesting wildlife. While there, a guide pointed out green tea plants, originally from India, plan...
55. news | 17 Dec 2013
» CHIANG MAI : Red-shirt supporters on Monday rallied outside a school in Muang district to protest against parents and teachers who gathered on Sunday in support of the anti-government People's Democratic Reform Commi...
56. news | 22 Oct 2013
» The Civil Court on Tuesday ordered a doctor in Chiang Mai province whose liposuction treatment of a 17-year-old Mathayom 5 student led to her death to pay 7.43 million baht compensation to the girl's parents.
57. news | 31 Oct 2013
» A Chiang Mai-based group of academics yesterday urged the public to oppose the government's amnesty bill.
58. lifestyle | 01 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Italian pianist Stefano Giardino will give a recital entitled "From Bach To Berio" at Goethe-Institut in Bangkok on Nov 19 at 8pm. He will then head north to perform at the AUA Auditorium in Chiang Mai on Nov 21 at 7.30p...
59. learning | 11 Jul 2012
» 460 schoolchildren who ate 3-day old donated eggs not reheated are now sick with Salmonella poisoning, 123 hospitalized, 8 critically ill.
60. learning | 28 May 2012
» Being known as a ‘death hotel’ is not good for business, so it is not surprising that a Chiang Mai hotel where several guests died mysteriously is being torn down.