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Dr. Iain Corness

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The Sultan’s garage

The Sultan of Brunei has problems we would all like to have - where to store his fleet of 7,000 cars.  I can...

Stonefish hit Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort

  One of the biggest movers in the Australian wine field is the Stonefish label, and the managing director, Aussie Peter Papanikitas, is an...

Travelling home this Xmas?

It is that time of the year when expats with family overseas begin planning their Xmas trip to see the relatives.  Get the...

AFG looks at investment risks

A sizeable part of the world’s automobile manufacturing, and the parts required for the auto industry happens in Thailand, and in the Eastern Seaboard...

AustCham catches the Breezeo

  The Australian Chamber of Commerce (AustCham) held its penultimate Seaboard Sundowners for 2010 at the Royal Cliff Beach Resort, in another well-attended function,...

Check-ups at a bargain price

Many people work on the principle that they would rather not know about any underlying or sinister medical conditions they may have.  After...

The development of diesel engines

The name ‘diesel’ comes from a Bavarian engineer, Rudolph Diesel (1858-1913) who developed a theory that revolutionized the engines of his day.  He...

Natter Nosh and Noggin

Bugatti 35B Where do the local car/bike/racing/enthusiast chaps go to chat amongst themselves?  The next car meeting will be at Jameson’s...

Toyota Prius strengthening Thai exports

Here’s the chance for all the green people to buy suitable transport.  Toyota have confirmed the information that their hybrid Prius will be...

Want a reliable car?

An insurance company in the UK has released its list of the 10 most reliable cars, coming from their claims experience.  Some of...

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Netanyahu celebrates US settlement decision in West Bank

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