Family medicine clinics to operate from December The Hospital Authority is to introduce Family Medicine Specialty Clinics from December 1 to strengthen specialist out-patient clinics and enhance the role and function of family medicine. Eighteen such clinics staffed by family medicine specialists will see patients who require more complex treatment or management support, the authority said. Similar to existing out-patient clinics, the new clinics will charge $100 and $60 for the first and follow-up attendances, and $10 for each drug item. Mainlander held after fleeing with bird's nest A mainland visitor was arrested for stealing two bags of bird's nest worth about $10,000 from a dried seafood shop in Shun Ning Road, Cheung Sha Wan, at about 1.30pm yesterday. The man, 44, snatched the two bags from the counter and ran out of the shop as a staff member was showing him some goods. Officers stopped the suspect at the junction of Wing Lung Street and Fuk Wing Street, about 150 metres away from the shop, and recovered the goods. Three people injured in urban traffic accidents A 17-year-old girl was recovering in Kwong Wah Hospital last night after being knocked down by a double-decker bus in Mongkok. She suffered injuries to her left hand and forehead. The accident occurred at the junction of Nathan Road and Argyle Street just before 3am. A taxi driver and his passenger were injured when the cab ran out of control, crossed the opposite lane and collided with a truck and car in Chak Cheung Street near University KCR train station, Sha Tin, at 11am. school evacuated About 200 pupils at Lok Wah Catholic Primary School, Ngau Tau Kok, were evacuated to its outdoor playground after the transformer of a fluorescent light overheated. They were allowed to return to their classrooms about an hour later after firemen gave the all-clear.