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    • Bulletin updated at 00:10 HKT 29/Sep/2016
      General Situation:
      Tropical Cyclone Megi will weaken and dissipate gradually, but its remnants will bring showers to Guangdong today. Meanwhile, the northeast monsoon will affect the coast of Guangdong in the next couple of days. It will be slightly cooler over the region. A broad trough of low pressure is expected to bring showers to the northern part of the South China Sea over the weekend and early next week.

      Date/Month: 29/09 (Thursday)
      Wind: Northwest force 4 to 5, occasionally force 6 offshore and on high ground at first.
      Weather: Mainly cloudy with a few showers.
      Temp range: 24 - 29 C
      R.H. range: 60 - 95 per Cent

      Date/Month: 30/09 (Friday)
      Wind: North to northeast force 3.
      Weather: Sunny intervals and a few showers.
      Temp range: 23 - 28 C
      R.H. range: 70 - 90 per Cent

      Date/Month: 01/10 (Saturday)
      Wind: East to northeast force 4.
      Weather: Sunny intervals and a few showers.
      Temp range: 24 - 28 C
      R.H. range: 75 - 90 per Cent

      Date/Month: 02/10 (Sunday)
      Wind: East force 4, occasionally force 5 offshore.
      Weather: Mainly cloudy with a few showers.
      Temp range: 25 - 29 C
      R.H. range: 75 - 95 per Cent

      Date/Month: 03/10 (Monday)
      Wind: East force 3 to 4.
      Weather: Sunny intervals and a few showers.
      Temp range: 25 - 29 C
      R.H. range: 70 - 90 per Cent

      Date/Month: 04/10 (Tuesday)
      Wind: East force 3 to 4.
      Weather: Sunny intervals and a few showers.
      Temp range: 26 - 30 C
      R.H. range: 70 - 90 per Cent

      Date/Month: 05/10 (Wednesday)
      Wind: East force 3 to 4.
      Weather: Sunny intervals and a few showers.
      Temp range: 26 - 30 C
      R.H. range: 70 - 90 per Cent

      Date/Month: 06/10 (Thursday)
      Wind: Northeast force 4.
      Weather: Sunny periods and one or two showers.
      Temp range: 26 - 31 C
      R.H. range: 65 - 90 per Cent

      Date/Month: 07/10 (Friday)
      Wind: North to northeast force 4, occasionally force 5 offshore.
      Weather: Sunny periods.
      Temp range: 25 - 30 C
      R.H. range: 65 - 85 per Cent

      Sea surface temperature at 2 P.M. 28/09/2016 at North Point was 29 degrees C.
      Soil temperatures at 7 A.M. 28/09/2016 at Hong Kong Observatory :
      0.5 M below surface was 29.7 degrees C
      1.0 M below surface was 29.4 degrees C


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    Hong Kong News from SCMP

    • Hong Kong minister launches probe into possible breach of confidentiality over Yuen Long leaks
      Hong Kong’s development minister has launched a probe into whether a government-commissioned consultant breached any confidentiality agreements after internal data on a Wang Chau project was leaked. The Development Bureau revealed that in March last year the Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD) commissioned Arup, a global engineering firm also hired by many private developers, to carry out a study on designing infrastructure in Wang Chau, Yuen Long, as part of the...
    • Government offers compensation, sets deadline for hawkers to vacate iconic Hong Kong textile bazaar
      Vendors at Hong Kong’s 38-year-old fabric market in Sham Shui Po have been ordered to vacate the bazaar by February after more than a year of negotiations with the government. The Food and Environmental Hygiene Department (FEHD) issued letters to 52 self-claimed unlicensed fabric vendors from the famed Yen Chow Street Hawker Bazaar in Sham Shui Po, West Kowloon, yesterday. Of the recipients, 33 eligible hawkers were offered a compensation moving fee of HK$60,000 or HK$15,000 and priority...
    • Former police commissioner lands top job at Hong Kong Airlines
      Former police commissioner Tang King-shing has landed a top job at Hong Kong Airlines, making him the latest in a series of top ­police officers to take up senior jobs in private companies. Tang, who retired in 2011, was appointed vice-chairman and executive director of the airline’s board, responsible for overseeing development strategies, the airline announced yesterday. The announcement came after the Civil Service Bureau last week cleared another three top former police officers...
    • Hong Kong design centre serves rising demand for homes that meet needs of elderly
      The city’s first design centre focused on elderly living was launched on Wednesday to help meet rising demand for retrofitted homes for senior citizens. The 530 sq ft showroom inside a furniture store in Cheung Sha Wan was a joint effort by four social enterprises to help Hongkongers better understand the needs of elderly family members. Items included anti-slip tiles, lighted handrails, bed handles and hidden kitchen doors that are colour-blended in the wall to prevent dementia patients...
    • Hong Kong Occupy activists deliver upbeat message at second anniversary rally
      Yellow umbrellas, pro-democracy banners and street booths reappeared in Admiralty as about 1,000 people commemorated the second anniversary of the Occupy movement. A rally was held on Tim Mei Avenue on Wednesday evening, and many leaders of the pro-democracy movement returned to the site protesters occupied for 79 days. Benny Tai Yiu-ting, one of the trio who launched the Occupy Central campaign, told the crowd not to forget what brought them to Admiralty two years ago. Occupy Central is on:...
    • Hong Kong Shaw Prize winner who got into gravitational waves by chance
      Physicist Rainer Weiss was never much of an expert on general relativity. He describes himself as more of an experimenter – “a plumber” and a maker of things. For 30 years, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) physics department did not offer a course in general relativity. But that changed in 1967 when Weiss took the helm. “They asked me to teach this course and I couldn’t tell them I couldn’t understand general relativity. I was one day...
    • Two Hong Kong victims of axe attack in Germany return home
      Two Hong Kong victims of a brutal attack on a train in Germany in July returned to the city last week, but two others still need medical treatment in the country. Yau Shu-ping, 62, and his wife Wong Pui-king, 58, were discharged from the University Hospital of Wuerzburg and came home last Friday morning. Their daughter Tracy Yau Hiu-tung, 27, and her 31-year-old boyfriend Edmund Au Yeung Chi-kin remained in medical care. ‘Unbelievably cruel act’ condemned by German chancellor after...
    • Hong Kong man jailed for tail docking his poodle
      A man who let a stranger tie his pet poodle’s tail for docking because he thought it would be painless and beautify the animal’s appearance was jailed for four weeks yesterday. Minibus driver Eric Chau Wai-ming, 50, was stripped of the animal’s ownership as magistrate Debbie Ng Chung-yee slammed him for putting the dog through unnecessary suffering simply out of his own ignorance. Kwun Tong Court heard that Chau, who described himself as an animal-lover, wanted to take his...
    • Hong Kong minimalist shoe running experiment sets stage for better treatment of heel ailments
      A study which found that running in shoes with a minimal cushion can increase foot muscle volume by about 8 per cent could lead to better ways to treat heel pain. The research by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Harvard Medical School found that the 20 runners involved, when running in minimalist shoes, had to land on the front of their feet, which boosted the mean volume of the runners’ external and internalfoot muscles by 7.05 per cent and 8.8 per cent respectively. Feeling...
    • 9.4pc slump in Hong Kong visitor arrivals deals blow to struggling tourism sector
      Despite recent talk of a recovery, the city’s tourism took an unexpected hit in August, with a 9.4 per cent drop in the number of visitors, mostly from the mainland, according to the Hong Kong Tourism Board. The board cited stormy weather and the Rio Olympics as factors for the downturn, raising concerns about a lacklustre National Day holiday season this week. The new data has dampened hopes of a sustainable recovery in the city’s sluggish tourism sector after overall visitor...

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