Two face court on $2m blackmail count Wong Kun-ngai, 29, and Chang Hon-lun, 21, appeared in Kwun Tong Court yesterday charged with attempted blackmail. They are accused of making an unwarranted demand with menaces for $2 million from Fung Ka-keung between September 9 and September 16 in Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei. No pleas were taken. Wong, unemployed and married, was released on cash bail of $20,000. Chang, a part-time student, was released on cash bail of $10,000. The case was adjourned to October 20 at Kowloon City Court. 18 hurt as two buses collide in Tseung Kwan o A collision between two buses on Wan Po Road, Tseung Kwan O, at 7am left 18 people injured. 'The coach driver failed to stop when the bus slowed,' a police spokesman said. The injured, who included the two drivers, were aged between 24 and 49 and were sent to United Christian and Tseung Kwan O hospitals. All but one were discharged after treatment. A 46-year-old passenger remained in Tseung Kwan O Hospital and is in a stable condition. Government pledges plan on solid waste The government will publish a white paper this year on the handling of solid waste, environmental protection director Keith Kwok Ka-keung said. Mr Kwok, who is also the permanent secretary for the environment, transport and works, said the paper would give priority to recycling and waste reduction. Biological treatment and incineration would be used if waste could not be recycled. Man caught selling disneyland tickets Patrolling police officers caught a 26-year-old man selling tickets for Disneyland illegally outside the theme park's gate at about 3.30pm. A search of the man found he was carrying 27 tickets. Police said the man would be summonsed for unauthorised ticket selling.