Man charged with news vendor's murder Tsoi Wai-keung, 39, appeared in Kowloon City Court yesterday charged with murdering news vendor Ho Wai-har, along with Lo Hon-hing, Li Cho-ming, Lin Chung-wai and other people outside a restaurant in Shamshuipo on September 22, 1999. The prosecution believed Tsoi was the mastermind in the murder and that they had witnesses to prove that he was the one who borrowed the vehicle to commit the alleged crime a day before it occurred. No plea was taken. Tsoi was remanded in custody and ordered to appear in court again on January 4 with Lo, 31, and Li, 33 - who appeared in court on Tuesday. Bank warns of bogus website address The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) has warned people to be on the alert after reports of a fraudulent website using the domain name www.incombc.com . The fake site is similar to the previous version of the bank's official website. The bank unveiled a new website on October 10 but its website address - www.icbcasia.com - remains unchanged. A bank spokeswoman said a report had been filed to the police and the Monetary Authority. People with information on the fraudulent website should call a 24-hour hotline on 2189 5588. Change to Causeway Bay road closures A road closure scheme to improve the environment and safety in Causeway Bay is being scaled back to ease traffic congestion. Pak Sha Road and Lee Garden Road are closed to traffic between 4pm and midnight from Monday to Friday, and from noon to midnight on weekends and public holidays. From Monday the roads will be closed from 7pm until midnight. Weekend times remain the same. 4 arrested after police crack porn DVD syndicate Police have broken up a syndicate involved in manufacturing and distributing pornographic DVDs after arresting four men and uncovering a warehouse in Tuen Mun. Officers from Tsuen Wan police station seized more than 100,000 discs including blank discs and 50 computers at an industrial building. The haul is estimated to be worth $3 million. Man serious after jump A jobless man was seriously injured after he jumped from a footbridge in Lung Cheung Road near Tin Ma Court, Wong Tai Sin, in an attempted suicide bid at 4.30am yesterday. The man, 35, was in a serious condition at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Road signs, lamps stolen Nine roadwork signs and three lamps, worth a combined $9,000, were stolen from two work sites in Fu Mei Street and Fung Mo Street outside Wang Tau Hom Estate in Wong Tai Sin. Policemen were called in when workers found the signs and lamps missing. Man hurt in collision A man was injured when his motorbike collided with a Citybus in Connaught Road Central near the junction with Morrison Street in Sheung Wan at noon. The man, 50, was treated for head injuries at Queen Mary Hospital.