Home affairs bureau officer jailed for graft A Home Affairs Bureau officer was jailed for three years for misappropriating HK$1.5 million in government funds earmarked for youth programmes, parts of which he used to gamble on horses and soccer matches. Michael Man Wing-kun, 43, was found guilty last month on five counts of theft, which he committed between June and November 2004. Man had denied the charges. man charged over theft of computer monitors A 31-year-old man was charged with one count of handling stolen goods yesterday after robbers took computer monitors worth HK$7.4 million from a Sheung Shui warehouse on Sunday. The man will appear in Fanling court today. A man, 45, and a woman, 25, were also arrested in Tin Shui Wai over the robbery on Tuesday but have been released on bail. Two-lane Causeway Bay flyover from October 2 The Transport Department has announced the new two-lane Causeway Bay flyover will fully open from 8am on October 2. The speed limit is 50km/h. Drivers on Victoria Park Road heading towards Tai Hang or Causeway Road should use the left lane while those going to Causeway Bay drive on the right lane. Only one lane has been in operation since June. Cleaner dies after being run over by truck A 60-year-old woman became the fourth pedestrian to die this month in accidents involving goods vehicles. Lam Sik-chi, 60, a cleaner, was crossing a street in San Po Kong at about 11.30am when she was hit by the truck and crushed by its wheel. Police said she was little more than a metre from the kerb in Sam Chuk Street, near the junction with Tai Yau Street, when she was hit. driver arrested after overturning car An alleged drink-driver was arrested after his car overturned on the Island Eastern Corridor outside Taikoo Shing. The man, 30, lost control of the vehicle while switching lanes in the westbound lane at about 2am. He suffered hand injuries and was treated at Eastern Hospital. Police said he was arrested for drink-driving after a blood test showed he was over the limit for alcohol. He was released on HK$5,000 bail pending further investigation. internet users cautioned against bombing postings Police have warned internet users against posting messages that might incite people to carry out bombings. They said anyone attempting to endanger life or property could face a maximum of 20 years in prison. The warning came after police investigated an online message that suggested the use of explosives to threaten someone's life and property. No arrests have been made and no further details of the investigation were released. motorcyclist hits bus A motorcyclist lost control of his bike and crashed into a New World First Bus double-decker bus in the opposite lane in Shek O Road near Lan Nai Wan at about 11.20pm on Tuesday. The man, 27, was treated for leg injuries at Eastern Hospital and was in stable condition last night.