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Dr. Iain Corness

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US GP this weekend

The American F1 GP is being held at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin Texas. Unfortunately, with the time differential between Texas and...

Rolls-Royce going off-road

The British brand now owned by BMW, and famous for its large limousines, convertibles and coupes, will add its first SUV in 2018. Known...

Autotrivia Quiz

Last week I asked what was abnormal about the acceleration mechanism in the Morris Minors of the early 1930’s? Easy for anyone who has...

In case you think you’re old?

Death and taxes are touted as the only sureties in this life, but there are some people around who are not quite ready for...

MG making world inroads

I have a soft spot for MG, having had many T-Types, started racing in an MGA, and finally built the fastest MGB in the...

Mistaken identity

Can you remember the days before remote locking? You actually had to unlock the front doors individually, but these days you push the button,...

What did we learn from the Japanese Grand Prix?

Well, we learned that Lewis Hamilton did not win the World Driver’s Championship - Ferrari gave it to Mercedes. For two Grands Prix in...

Autotrivia Quiz

Last week I asked what car was this? Crankcase was aluminium-magnesium alloy and the cam carriers and cam covers were magnesium. Cylinder barrels were...

Give the Labrador away to a good home

A Great Aunt of mine is remembered for her distrust of technology. With this new fangled “electricity” being piped into the homes in the...

Japanese GP this weekend

One of the greatest tracks used in Formula One today, Japan’s Suzuka circuit is a massive test of car and driver ability. Built by...

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Elephants in tribute to late King at ancient capital

Ayutthaya, Thailand (AP) - Eleven Thai elephants, doused in powder to appear an auspicious white, stood at attention and trumpeted grandly at a ceremony...

Smoking ban on Pattaya-area beaches begins Nov. 1

PATTAYA - Not only can you no longer buy a beer on Pattaya’s beaches, you can’t light up either. Mayor Anan Charoenchasri announced Oct. 10 that...

Public to be allowed to take pictures of crematorium in Nov

Bangkok - The royal crematorium at Sanam Luang will be open to the general public throughout November. Deputy Prime Minister Gen Tanasak Patimapragorn said all...

Publications about HM late King among best-sellers at book fair

Bangkok - Books about His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej are proving to be the most popular at the 22nd National Book. Support Pattaya...

Khon Kaen evacuates villagers in face of flowing dam water

Khon Kaen - Villagers have been evacuated to safe areas in the face of flowing water from Ubol Ratana dam in a bid to...

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