'Long hair' all set to run in elections Democracy activist 'Long Hair' Leung Kwok-hung yesterday collected enough signatures to run in the district council elections next month. He collected more than 10 signatures, the minimum requirement for nomination, from supporters at the entrance to North Point MTR station. He intends to run in the Kam Ping constituency, challenging Choy So-yuk of the Democratic Alliance for Betterment of Hong Kong. Bridge's impact on air quality to be studied The government is to investigate the impact on air quality of a cross-border bridge linking Hong Kong with Zhuhai and Macau. The Deputy Secretary for the Environment, Transport and Works, Thomas Chow Tat-ming, said the environmental impact assessment study was necessary because there would be an increase in truck and coach traffic. Civil service vows to stay politically neutral A civil service delegation to Beijing told mainland officials they would support the Hong Kong government and remain politically neutral in implementing policies. Speaking after meeting the deputy director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, Xu Ze, delegation chief Chan Pak-fong quoted Mr Xu as saying it was important for civil servants to support the government. Alleged drug ringleader arrested in guangdong Police in Guangdong have arrested a Hong Kong man they believe may be the ringleader of a cross-border drug syndicate. He was caught on a highway near Zhongtang, in Dongguan, in August. A total of 11kg of heroin was also seized in the operation. The arrest was made after a year-long investigation by police from Guangdong, Hunan and Yunnan. So far, at least 24 mainlanders from the syndicate have been arrested.