First two arrivals of the new year The first Hong Kong baby of 2005 arrived six minutes into the new year, a 3.4kg boy at Tuen Mun Hospital, followed at 13 minutes past the hour by a 3.22kg boy, surnamed So, born to delighted parents at Kwong Wah Hospital, Yau Ma Tei. Three jailed for false claims worth $226,000 A Shamshuipo district councillor and two other people were jailed for making false claims totalling $226,000 from the council and the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department. Leung Hon-wa, 42, district councillor and chairman of the China Youth Services and Recreation Centre, was jailed for three months. Tse Yee-fong, 48, and Jimmy Kong Wing-hong, 43, who were secretary and treasurer of the centre, received four-month terms. Leung, Tse and Kong, together with co-defendant Chan Tze-yui, 34, vice-chairman of the centre, earlier pleaded guilty to one count each of conspiracy to furnish false information and six each of furnishing false information. Chan yesterday applied to reverse his guilty plea. His application will be heard on January 24. Citybus under fire for smelly, dirty buses CityBus is under fire from commuters for allegedly poor hygiene. They have complained of a 'rotten' smell and that the seats are sometimes stained and dirty. The South China Morning Post rode several of the buses this week after receiving a complaint from a commuter about routes 10 (North Point to Central) and 5B (Causeway Bay to Kennedy Town). Interviews found similar complaints on routes 5 and 7 (Central to Shek Pai Wan) and 71 (Central to Wong Chuk Hang). The Post found a bad smell, stained floor and rubbish on one 5B bus. A CityBus spokeswoman said buses were cleaned every night when they returned to the depot and were swept during service. They also received an extensive clean every month. Three injured in car accidents in Tsuen Wan Three men were hurt in two traffic accidents in Tsuen Wan yesterday. A taxi was hit by a car as it turned from Sau Lau Kok Road into Castle Peak Road. The taxi driver and his passenger were treated at hospital and discharged. The car driver was charged with drink-driving after failing a breath test. Fifteen minutes later, a taxi on Wah King Hill Road hit a car, whose driver was taken to hospital.