3 merchants kept fish in aberdeen shelter Three Aberdeen seafood market wholesalers were severely reprimanded after they were caught keeping fish in cages lowered into sea water at the shelter, which is against government hygiene regulations. All the fish were destroyed. The wholesalers would be kicked out of the market if they were caught again, a government spokesman said. more schools hit by gastroenteritis Two schools in Kowloon reported outbreaks of viral gastroenteritis and have been put under medical surveillance, the Department of Health said. Thirteen students from the Church of Christ in China Heep Woh Primary School in Mongkok and seven students and a staff member at the Salvation Army Lai Chi Kok Nursery in Shamshuipo were hit by the virus. brothel mastermind jailed for six years The mastermind of a syndicate that ran 24 brothels in Mongkok has been sentenced to six years in jail. Cheng Wai-keung, 41, admitted to running the brothels from April 1998 to May last year. Five other people admitted to having helped run the business and were given prison terms ranging from 20 months to five years. Director sentenced Wu Ke, 38, a director of Join Wing, was sentenced to three years and four months in jail for his role in a $246 million credit fraud involving mainland conglomerate Guangnan Holdings. Mark six One ticket holder won the first prize of $5 million in last night's draw. The numbers were 8, 12, 18, 23, 41 and 48. The extra number was 19. Three ticketholders each won second prizes of $438,125.