Tuesday to see launch of 3g mobile service Hutchison Telecom will launch its third-generation (3G) mobile service on Tuesday. The first outlet for its branded '3' service will open in Central on Saturday, giving the public its first look at the company's unique video call and video clip features. About 80,000 Hongkongers have signed up to the long-awaited service so far. Hutchison's 3G handset are being sold for $4,380, dropping to $3,980 for two or more handsets. $119m needed to pull down Kai Tak terminal The government is to seek $119 million from the Legislative Council to demolish the passenger terminal building at the former Kai Tak airport to make way for the construction of the Sha Tin-Central railway. The demolition work, scheduled to begin in April, will include the car park building and should be completed by the middle of 2006. The site will then be handed over to the Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation. officers injured in littering ticket row Four Food and Environmental Hygiene Department officers were injured when they tried to issue a fixed-penalty ticket to a man for littering in Mongkok. The officers got into a scuffle with the man and his companion, who were subdued when police arrived. The dispute broke out at 8am when the man, 29, dropped a cigarette butt in Luen Wan Street. 14 flee blaze in mongkok storeroom Fourteen people had to be evacuated from a building on Tung Choi Street in Mongkok after a storeroom on its mezzanine floor burst into flames. A man, 76, was treated at Kwong Wah Hospital for smoke inhalation and discharged. Firemen are investigating the fire but do not suspect foul play. Two men Detained over assault on tourist Two Pakistanis were arrested for assaulting and robbing an Indian tourist of US$500 and HK$300 in Tsim Sha Tsui. The woman, 48, was robbed outside Mirador Mansions on Nathan Road. She did not require medical treatment. The pair were being detained last night for questioning.