landlord fined $130,000 for hiding $3m in income Kok Joo-li was fined $130,000 yesterday after pleading guilty to failing to declare more than $3 million in rent he earned on a shop he co-owned in Kwun Tong between 1997 and 2000. He was fined $10,000 on each of three charges plus $100,000 for tax violations at Kwun Tong Court. The rental income amounted to $3,153,000 over three years and his taxes were underpaid by $401,232. bid to sue MTR Corp fails A High Court judge dismissed a claim by a passenger seeking $1 million in damages from the MTR Corporation for an eye injury caused by a placard waved by a Democratic Party campaigner near an exit at Wong Tai Sin station on September 10, 2000. $2m in goods seized Customs officers arrested a truck driver and seized $2 million worth of smuggled goods including computer hard disks and silver bars at the Lok Ma Chau border checkpoint on Wednesday. cinema cleared to open Palace APM Cinema in Kwun Tong, which was forced to delay opening because of licensing problems, has been issued a permit and will open tomorrow. door thief goes nowhere A 47-year-old mainland visitor was arrested in Nathan Road for stealing a steel door from a building in Mongkok. tv row ends in violence An 18-year-old man is in stable condition after slashing his neck in a row with his 48-year-old mother over use of a television in their Sau Mau Ping flat. 11 hurt in bus collision Seven people were injured when two buses collided in Lion Rock Tunnel Road, Sha Tin. Mark Six Three tickets each won first prize of $3,442,325 last night. The numbers were 2, 8, 22, 36, 38 and 40. The extra number was 5. Eight tickets each won second prize of $159,055. Third prize paid $19,170.