court allows internet pirate to leave city The world's first BitTorrent user convicted of piracy, Chan Nai-ming, 38, appeared in the High Court yesterday to apply for a variation of his bail terms. The conditions require that Chan, who was released on $5,000 bail in November pending an appeal after he was sentenced in Tuen Mun Court to three months' jail for putting three Hollywood films on the internet, not leave the city. Deputy High Court Judge Maggie Poon Man-kay granted the application, allowing Chan to leave tomorrow and return on Sunday. Tai Po Priest in court on child-sex charges A 46-year-old Tai Po priest appeared in Fanling Court charged with having unlawful sex with a minor. Tsang Chiu-fook, who was released on $10,000 bail, faced one count of unlawful sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old between August last year and February. The prosecution said about 10 similar charges would be laid against him at the next hearing on May 18. The case would then be transferred to the District Court for plea. Driver injured as two minibuses collide A minibus toppled onto its side and damaged a 20-metre stretch of railings after colliding with another minibus at the junction of Sha Tsui Road and Tai Chung Road, Tsuen Wan, shortly after midnight. Its 44-year-old driver was unhurt but the other driver, 30, suffered head and leg injuries and was treated at Yan Chai Hospital. Police said both men passed breathalyser tests. Health-care licence fees to increase from July Fees relating to public health-related legislation will rise between 5 and 20 per cent from July 1. The 67 fees will not affect the general public, as they mostly relate to entrance examination fees and licence fees for dentists, nurses, midwives and other health-care professionals, and licensing for antibiotics. Nineteen charges will be reduced by between 6 and 72 per cent. The amendment regulations will be tabled in the Legislative Council on Wednesday. four held amid seizure of party drug ketamine A tip-off led to the arrest of four men and the seizure of $110,000 worth of the suspected party drug ketamine in Yuen Long. The arrests were made as the four men left a Ma Miu Road house shortly before 8am. Nineteen packs of the drug were seized from one of the men. Inside the house, police found 300 grams of suspected ketamine. The four suspects, aged between 17 and 25, were being held for questioning and no charges had been laid last night. Arson suspected in burning of signboard Police are treating the burning of a signboard of a tutorial centre in a public housing estate in Sha Tin as arson. A passer-by discovered the fire outside the fourth-floor centre in Wo Che Estate at about 7am and used a fire hose to put it out before firemen arrived. Two arrested over pornographic dvds Two men were charged with possession of obscene articles for the purpose of publication after police arrested them and seized $157,000 worth of pornographic DVDs in two shops in Tsuen Fung Centre in Sai Lau Kok Road, Tsuen Wan. They have been released on bail and will appear in Tsuen Wan Court on Wednesday. Mark Six No one won first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 2, 3, 32, 46, 47 and 48. The extra number was 35. Three tickets each won second prize of $478,210. Third prize paid $39,850.