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  1. Introduce the Family to Chiang Mai with Grasshopper Adventures' ...Read the original story

    4 hrs ago | PR.com

    Grasshopper Adventures add a new bike tour to their Family Tours range with the "Chiang Mai Family Cycling Discovery" 4-day tour to Chiang Mai and its surroundings. Chiang Mai, Thailand, July 04, 2015 -- -- For those looking for a fun, educational and active family holiday in Chiang Mai, the cultural heart of Northern Thailand, with its many fascinating temples, lively night markets and great range of accommodations and restaurants, Grasshopper Adventures are offering an alternative way of enjoying this wonderful city and its surroundings with their new 'Chiang Mai Family Cycling Discovery' tour.

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  2. WHO update on MERS in Saudi ArabiaRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Crofs Blogs

    Between 19 and 30 June 2015, the National IHR Focal Point for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia notified WHO of 6 additional cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus infection. 1. A 65-year-old female from Riyadh city developed symptoms on 15 June and was admitted to hospital on 25 June.

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  3. Southern property market comfort from tourismRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    The southern property market has bottomed out after falling rubber prices threw the region's economy into the doldrums in recent years, says the Bank of Thailand. Wajeetip Pongpech, the central bank's director of risk management policy, said the property market, particularly in major southern provinces, was recovering thanks to tourism.

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  4. BANGKOK: consumer confidence in Thailand falls furtherRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Asia News Network

    Consumer confidence in Thailand looks likely to continue its six-month slide after hitting a one-year low in June, according to the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce. "Many negative factors crimped consumer confidence in the economic expansion, both internal and external.

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  5. A time bomb for Thai tourismRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | The Nation

    After being smashed by the tsunami in 2001, Thai coral reefs recovered at a rate of 1 per cent per year for the next decade. But after creeping back to 28 per cent of their former coverage in 2010, Thailand's corals were hit with another natural disaster.

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  6. Electric, Electronic and Control Engineering: Proceedings of the 2015 ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | CRC Press

    Electric, Electronic and Control Engineering: Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Electric, Electronic and Control Engineering , Phuket Island, Thailand, 5-6 March 2015 Electric, Electronic and Control Engineering contains the contributions presented at the 2015 International Conference on Electric, Electronic and Control Engineering . Considerable attention is also paid to education science, chemical engineering, hydraulic engineering and civil engineering.

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  7. Magzter celebrates 4th of July with discounts up to 75% on magazinesRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | MacMegasite

    Magzter is back with its most anticipated Fourth of July Independence Day Sale, with more magazines on offer than ever before. Owing to overwhelming response to the Fourth of July Sale during the previous years, hundreds of leading publishers have joined this year's Sale and are offering their best-selling magazines at unbelievably low prices.

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  8. Thailand: Hospital discharges cured MERS patientRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Crofs Blogs

    A 75-year-old Omani man who was Thailand's first Mers case sits on a wheelchair as he leaves the Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute in Nonthaburi province July 3. A 75-year-old Omani man who became Thailand's only case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome was declared free of the potentially deadly virus and given permission to travel again, officials said. Public Health Minister Rajata Rajatanavin told a press conference that the Omani had no fever for the past 15 days and has not needed oxygen supplies for the past five days.

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  9. Capuchin monkeys use sticks to pick their NOSE: Primate captured...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    It is seen as a rather dirty habit in human societies, but it appears some monkeys have found a more hygienic way of picking their nose. Researchers have reported seeing a wild female bearded capuchin monkey using a stick to root around in one of her nostrils.

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  10. Thailand's first MERS case to leave hospitalRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Nation

    An Omani man who became Thailand's first case of Middle East Respiratory Sydnrome has made a full recovery and will be discharged from hospital on Friday, the health minister said. The 75-year-old man, who had travelled to Bangkok for treatment for a heart condition and was then diagnosed with the virus, was declared free of the disease earlier this week.

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  11. Domestic MICE Mart opens up to Thailand's neighborsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Pattaya Mail

    Representatives of business, travel and hospitality from Thailand and neighboring countries learned how Pattaya is growing into one of the country's primary locations for meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions at the 2nd Domestic MICE Mart. Chonburi Deputy Gov. Chamnanwit Taerat opened the June 25 event at the Holiday Inn Pattaya, attended by more than 1,000 people representing qualified small- and medium-sized companies and large industrial estates both in the kingdom and in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam.

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  12. Welcome to the Hotel BangkokRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangkok Post

    As a city that receives 25 million visitors a year, Bangkok abounds with hotels. The majority of them are new, gleaming and built according to the latest design trend - imposing structures with a lot of glass.

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  13. BANGKOK: Singaporean casino operator interested in investing in ThailandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Asia News Network

    Marina Bay Sands Singapore, the flagship integrated resort of Las Vegas Sands Corp, is interested in running a casino and convention complex in Thailand. "We want to invest in Thailand if we are given permission.

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  14. Holiday bargains as tour prices cutRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Standard

    Your summer holiday travel should be cheaper - by up to 23 percent - in wake of the red travel alert raised against South Korea. On average, normal tours to South Korea would cost 12 percent less at HK$3,419 from July 9 to August 23, Travel Industry Council figures show.

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  15. Singaporean casino operator interested in investing in ThailandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Nation

    Marina Bay Sands Singapore, the flagship integrated resort of Las Vegas Sands Corp, is interested in running a casino and convention complex in Thailand. "We want to invest in Thailand if we are given permission.

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  16. Family of Tenby man who drowned in Thailand 'let down by police'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Western Telegraph

    The mother of a Tenby man, diagnosed with bi-polar, who drowned in Thailand has told an inquest it would not have happened if British police had listened to her pleas for help. The inquest heard how 31-year-old Mr Palin was a "hard worker with amazing energy" who had had a successful career as an estate agent.

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  17. OIA Schedules Webinar to Explore New Trade ActRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | SportsOneSource.com

    Outdoor Industry Association will host a one-hour webinar later this month on how companies can take advantage of the Trade Preferences Extension Act of 2015 to lower costs on outdoor apparel, footwear and equipment. Signed into law by President Obama June 29, the legislation renews and expands the Generalized System of Preferences, or GSP program, which provides duty-free access to the U.S. market for over 100 developing countries for approved items.

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  18. Morning Mess -- Canada paltry with paid time offRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Brandon Sun

    Canada Day on a Wednesday is tough. It seems like one-third of the workforce took Monday and Tuesday off, one-third took today and tomorrow off and the other one-third worked all four days this week, breaking it up with yesterday's celebration.

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  19. A Few Reasons Why WhiteWave Foods' Rally Will ContinueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Seeking Alpha

    WhiteWave Foods was spun off from Dean Foods in 2012, and the company has performed spectacularly since then. The stock is up roughly 250% since the spin off, and the company's top and bottom line performance has also been impressive.

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  20. BANGKOK: Thailand's Oishi Group to launch first Shabushi restaurant in SwitzerlandRead the original story

    Wednesday | Asia News Network

    Oishi Group is negotiating with a potential partner in Switzerland on franchising its flagship restaurant brand Shabushi in that country for the first time. Pisarn Aowsathaporn, executive vice president for the food division, said Switzerland had been recognised by the group as a strategic gateway to expand its Japanese restaurants into European markets.

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