Fewer complaints lodged over beauty products Just seven complaints about beauty products have been received by the customs and health departments and the Consumer Council in the first four months of this year. For the whole of last year, they received 35 complaints about products. Follow-up action would be taken where necessary, legislators heard yesterday. Buses cater for Disabled, says transport chief Seeking to reject suggestions that not enough buses are accessible to wheelchair users in Tin Shui Wai, the transport minister said 216, or 62 per cent, of the buses serving the New Territories township were low-floor buses designed to accommodate people in wheelchairs. Sarah Liao Sau-tung told legislators low-floor buses had been assigned to routes serving Tin Shui Wai at the suggestion of organisations representing people with disabilities. Former councillor jailed for false expense claims A former Sha Tin district councillor was sentenced to 10 months in prison for logging false expenditure claims totalling about $75,000 with the district council. The court heard that Porinda Liu Huan-yee, 44, had submitted a number of applications for the reimbursement of expenses incurred at activities organised by a working group of the Sha Tin District Council between November 2000 and July 2002. Ex-Legislators rewarded for community work Former legislators Paul Cheng Ming-fun and Christine Loh Kung-wai were granted honorary fellowships by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology for their contribution to the community. The university said Mr Cheng, a former chairman of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, and Ms Loh had been steadfast supporters of the institution and its mission to contribute to the social and economic development of Hong Kong. Lane switching lands two drivers in hospital Two drivers were injured in a morning rush-hour accident involving three cars on the Tuen Mun Road. The accident happened when a New Territories-bound car switched lanes and hit a truck, which ran into a van. The drivers of the car and truck were treated at Tuen Mun Hospital and discharged.