man in immigration arson attack denied bail Right of abode seeker Sze Kwan-lung - whose murder conviction for his involvement in the Immigration Tower arson attack in 2000 was quashed last October - was yesterday denied bail in the Court of First Instance at a closed-door hearing. Sze was originally convicted of murder in 2002 and sentenced to life in prison. The Court of Appeal substituted manslaughter for murder and cut his sentence to 14 years in December 2003. Sze is in custody awaiting a new trial in August. singaporean woman robbed of $70,000 A Singaporean tourist was robbed of $70,000, two mobile phones and her passport in Mongkok. Three men approached the woman, 45, in Fife Street at 1.30pm. After one man sprayed a white solution on her clothes, another helped her while a third snatched her rucksack. Train and car collide The light rail service was disrupted for about 30 minutes during the morning rush hour after a train and a car collided at the junction of Castle Peak Road and Yick Yuen Road at about 8am. The car driver, with a tattoo on his left arm, fled into Yick Yuen Tsuen. glass flies during facial A woman, 41, who was having a facial in the Regal Kowloon Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui was hurt in her forehead when a piece of glass broke off from a cabinet.