The Myanmar Times
Tuesday, 01 September 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Mandalay voters correct mistakes

Attentive voters have been sending in their complaints to local electoral officials following the display of voter lists in Mandalay.

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Mandalay hospital boss seeks expansion

The city’s general hospital is bursting at the seams and administrators are seeking funding to boost the number of beds by 50 percent.

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Weather prompts rise in snakebite patients

Farmers in the country’s midsection have been warned to beware as unstable weather conditions are driving snakes from their hibernation holes in the fields.

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Final two seats get MCDC representatives

Representatives have finally been chosen for the last two elected seats on Mandalay City Development Committee.

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JICA to fund water meters in Mandalay

Nearly 50,000 people in Mandalay will receive piped water following the installation of water meters in five wards, according to officials.

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Government suspends out-of-town vehicle tax

Public criticism has forced the Mandalay authorities to shut down a profitable scheme to charge out-of-town vehicles for entering the city.

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Chinlone festival kicks off in Mandalay

Teams have been flocking in from all over the world to compete in this year’s Waso chinlone festival in Mandalay, organisers say.

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Dozens of food samples fail FDA tests

Nearly 60 food products have been found unsafe to eat by Mandalay’s Food and Drug Administration.


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Bus crash on deathly highway kills five, injures fifteen

Five passengers were killed and another fifteen hospitalised as a bus slammed into a traffic circle and flipped over early morning yesterday on the notoriously deadly Yangon-to-Mandalay expressway.

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Long-stay migrant workers can vote in Mandalay

Migrant workers in Mandalay will be allowed to vote there if they can show they have lived there for the past 180 days, says the region’s electoral chief.

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