Shop duo tackle robbers after handbag stolen Two men and two shop assistants subdued two mainland illegal immigrants and helped a woman recover her stolen handbag containing $15,000 during a robbery in Wan Chai. Police said the woman, 55, had been assaulted and robbed of her handbag by three people in Luard Road at 12.30pm. Two passers-by and two male employees of a nearby pharmacy heard the woman shout for help. After a brief chase, they caught two of the three robbers and recovered the handbag. Two suspects, aged 23 and 24, were detained at Wan Chai police station. Deadline for views on food label laws extended The food industry has one more month to present its views to the Legislative Council on proposed packaged food labelling laws. The June 9 deadline has been extended to July 7 following the first meeting of the subcommittee on Foods and Drugs (Composition and Labelling) Amendment Regulation. The new regulation will make it mandatory for food labels to indicate additives, potential allergic substances, and easy-to-see expiry dates. Bus crashes into roadwork trucks A bus ran out of control and crashed into two roadwork trucks in Lok Ma Chau. The driver, 48, admitted to police that he was half asleep at the time of the accident. He had been taking 10 passengers to the border checkpoint when the crash happened on San Tin Highway. The driver and one passenger - a 20-year-old man - were slightly injured. 29 Vietnamese charged with illegal entry Twenty-nine of the 32 Vietnamese illegal immigrants rounded up at Lung Kwu Tan in Tuen Mun were last night charged with landing and remaining in Hong Kong without permission. The case will be heard in Tuen Mun Court today. The 29 men, who are aged between 16 and 53, have been quarantined and will not appear in court.