End to health forms for travellers Travellers will not be required to submit health declaration forms from tomorrow as part of a move to scale down health screening measures at all immigration checkpoints. A spokesman for the Department of Health said the decision had been made following an assessment of the threat of another Sars outbreak. Body temperature checks for departing travellers will stop on July 12. 3 arrested after officers seize fake leather goods Customs officers have arrested two men and a woman after uncovering more than 7,000 counterfeit leather goods and clothes destined for the US, Britain and France. The trio all worked for the same Kowloon Bay trading company. They were arrested on Monday after customs seized 97 boxes of fake goods at the air cargo terminal at Chek Lap Kok last week. policeman injured in motorcycle crash An off-duty policeman was injured when his motorcycle crashed in Kwai Chung. The constable, who is attached to Tseung Kwan O police station, was travelling on the Tsing Kwai Highway near container terminal No3 when a car cut in front of him, forcing him to swerve to one side and lose control. He was taken to the Princess Margaret Hospital for treatment. illegal cigarettes worth $5.3m seized from truck Contraband cigarettes worth $5.34 million were seized and a truck driver, 41, was arrested in Sheung Shui. Officers followed his vehicle after it arrived from Shenzhen, via the Lok Ma Chau border checkpoint, and intercepted it on Castle Peak Road near Kwu Tung in Sheung Shui. He was released on bail pending further inquiries. television set hurled from housing estate Police are investigating after a television was thrown from a public housing block in Lam Tin. No one was injured. The set was found in pieces near a hillside behind Tak Yan House, Tak Tin Estate, at 6.30am after a security guard heard a bang and went to investigate. No one was arrested. Elderly swimmer's body found off beach The body of an unidentified elderly swimmer was found off a Sai Kung beach. Police estimated the man to be between 65 and 70. He was found by another swimmer floating off Clear Water Bay Second Beach shortly after 7am. He was certified dead in Tseung Kwan O Hospital. Mark Six There was no first-prize winner last night, so $14,631,762 will be added to tomorrow's draw. The numbers were 3, 7, 9, 14, 25 and 44. The extra number was 45. One ticket-holder won the second prize of $2,034,095. Third prize paid $36,400.