Power failure at government offices The Transport Department is investigating a power failure yesterday at the licensing office of the Cheung Sha Wan government offices. The failure at 3pm forced several service counters on the building's second floor to suspend operations. Power had not been resumed by 6pm. The public is advised to go to the Kwun Tong, Sha Tin and Admiralty government offices until a resumption of services at Cheung Sha Wan is announced. temple street eatery shut again for breaches Food officials have ordered Tong Tai Seafood Restaurant in Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei, to suspend business for two weeks after it repeatedly breached food business regulations. The restaurant was found guilty twice in June of operating outside the area it was licensed to do business, leading to a fine of $7,000. It was also found guilty in May and December of last year of preparing food in an open space, which led to a seven-day suspension as well as a fine of $4,500. exam marking blunder students get help The Education and Manpower Bureau has helped 17 students affected by the marking blunder on the oral English (syllabus B) paper of the HKCEE, secretary Arthur Li Kwok-cheung said. He thanked school heads and staff for helping provide extra school places and making special arrangements for the students. minibus overturns, injuring 8 passengers Eight passengers were injured when a minibus tipped over at 12.30am near Deerhill Bay in Tai Po. The driver of the minibus lost control on Tai Po Road and toppled over when it hit the curb. Firemen arrived to rescue the trapped driver and the four male and four female passengers, who suffered minor injuries. Intimidation arrests Six men connected with a money lending agency at Nam Fung Centre in Tsuen Wan were arrested for criminal intimidation after a complaint by a 53-year-old man.