Road safety Campaign targets drink-drivers A road safety campaign is being launched today, with an emphasis on the dangers of drink-driving. The campaign comes after the release of police figures showing there were 15,035 traffic accidents last year, nine more than in 2004. Eighty-seven involved drink-driving. Officers from police regional road safety teams will invite people to take breath tests during the campaign. Hotline help to find doctor People can dial 90000 222 322 to obtain the phone numbers of doctors working during the Lunar New Year holiday. The free hotline will operate in Cantonese, Putonghua and English. About 125 private clinics, 13 private hospital outpatient clinics and 11 public clinics will be open between tomorrow and Tuesday. The Leisure and Cultural Services Department has also alerted the public to special opening hours for government museums. 11 fall ill after meal in Mongkok restaurant Eleven people, aged between six and 77, went down with suspected food poisoning after having dinner in a restaurant in Mongkok on Sunday. The Centre for Health Protection said the seven men and four women had stomach pain, diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting and fever. Their symptoms were generally mild and no one needed to go to hospital. Investigations show the likely cause was bacterial contamination. Peak walkathon to raise cash for rape centre People are urged to join a walkathon on March 19 from the Peak Galleria to raise $2.2 million for RainLily, a round-the-clock rape crisis centre. Chang Chung-mau, a specialist in psychiatry, said crisis intervention was vital to the 200 clients who used the service every year and that it was an important preventative measure of long-term mental illness. The centre is relying on $450,000 provided by the Community Chest recently to fund it for a further six months. MARK SIX There was no winner of the first prize last night. The numbers were 18, 22, 23, 27, 28, 43. The extra number was 35. One ticket won second prize of $1,335,130. Third prize paid $24,720.