foreign exchange shop owner robbed The owner of a foreign exchange shop was robbed of her handbag, containing the keys to the premises, in Wan Chai last night. The owner and a man with her were attacked by three suspects armed with wooden clubs outside the Chong Yip Centre in Queen's Road East at 6.30pm. Both suffered head injures and were taken to Queen Mary Hospital. Their attackers fled with the bag, which contained no cash. Police found nothing suspicious at the shop, but recovered a wooden club nearby. residents evacuated after kitchen fire Forty residents of a building in Shamshuipo were evacuated when fire broke out in a kitchen on the first floor. A woman, 61, was treated for smoke inhalation and was in a stable condition. The fire broke out at 2.30am in the building in Pei Ho Street. Firemen do not believe it was deliberate. another fake bank website uncovered Another fake financial website has been found. The Bank Consortium Trust, which provides Mandatory Provident Fund services to nine banks, said it had no connection with the operators of the website www.hkcapital.org . It warned customers against disclosing their logins or passwords to the website. bosses fined for not making pension payments Two employers were fined $20,400 for pension-related offences by Kwun Tong Court. Tam Tsui-chang was prosecuted for failing to enrol one of her workers in a Mandatory Provident Fund scheme. Tam was fined $8,000. Cyberproject (Holdings) Limited was fined $12,400 for eight counts of failing to make MPF contributions on time despite having deducted the contributions from a worker's wages. mark six bonanza With no one having won the past five Mark Six draws, $28 million has been added to the prize fund for tonight's draw, the winner of which could take home $42 million - the lottery's biggest payout this year. Five winners have bagged more than $30 million since January 1.