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Riverwall set for Tai O

news.gov.hk 09/17/2009

Tai O flood drill conducted

news.gov.hk 04/29/2009
Riverwall set for Tai O

The risk of flooding in Wing On Street, Tai O, during high tides in average meteorological conditions will be alleviated upon the completion of a riverwall, Chief Executive Donald Tsang says.

Tai O flood drill conducted

Rescue teams conducted a drill in Tai O today to test the Government's emergency response plan to serious flooding in the fishing village.

Bangkok Gets Into the Christmas Spirit

Hannah Beech TIME 12/25/2008
Bangkok Gets Into the Christmas Spirit

There may not be much by way of snow to carry Santa's sleigh in Thailand, and the ubiquitous saffron-robed monks and golden-spired temples are a reminder that this a predominantly Buddhist country. But any visitor to Bangkok between October and January would have reason to be confused over the country's spiritual orientation, because the Thai capital embraces Christmas with a fervor that belies its reverence for Siddhartha Gautama Buddha.

Tai O slope repairs progressing well

Urgent repairs to damaged natural slopes in Tai O are progressing well, with most works set for completion by month's end, Secretary for Development Carrie Lam learned during her Tai O inspection today.

Keung Shan Road partly reopens

news.gov.hk 06/20/2008
Tai O slope repairs to finish in August

Geotechnical Engineering Office Chief Geotechnical Engineer Au Yeung Yan-sang says the repair works to the slopes in Tai O Village will be completed in two months.

Keung Shan Road partly reopens

One of the lanes in a section of Keung Shan Road damaged by the June 7 rainstorm will reopen for one-lane, two-way traffic at 10am on June 20, the Highways Department says.

More help sent to Tai O

news.gov.hk 06/13/2008
Tai O - Ngong Ping bus service resumes

Water supply to the villages near Tai O has resumed normal, the Islands District Office says. Tai O Road has reopened to public and the bus between Tai O and Ngong Ping is offering limited service.

More help sent to Tai O

More Government staff will be sent to Tai O to help residents as inclement weather has been forecast for the coming days.