single winner in mark six jackpot nets HK$62m One lucky winner walked away with the first prize of HK$61,711,125 in last night's jackpot draw - the biggest winner for three years. The numbers were 5, 15, 22, 30, 42 and 49. The extra number was 37. Six tickets each won second prize of HK$1,072,550. Third prize paid HK$49,310. In September 2003, a first-prize winner grabbed HK$70.9 million, and in February last year, two tickets shared the biggest payout in Mark Six history, winning HK$35,971,345 each. 14th case of enterovirus found in kindergarten boy A three-year-old boy has been confirmed with enterovirus 71, bringing the number of victims this year to 14. The Centre for Health Protection contacted the boy's kindergarten in Causeway Bay and found five boys and one girl suffering from the hand, foot and mouth disease. All sought medical treatment, but none have required admission to hospital. The boy developed fever, a rash on his limbs and oral ulcers on September 22. He was taken to a private doctor. 10 sick after buffet dinner at admiralty hotel Ten people fell sick after a buffet dinner at an Admiralty hotel, according to two reports filed with the Centre for Health Protection. In one case, six women had diarrhoea and vomiting after eating at a restaurant on Sunday. In the second, three men and a woman developed similar symptoms after eating at the same restaurant. All 10 consulted private doctors and did not require hospital treatment. school exam results to remain confidential Secondary school performances in the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination and other public exams are confidential and will not be published, the Examinations and Assessment Authority said. The remark was made after a private tutorial school published a league table comparing this year's HKCEE results from different schools. consumer council move Complaints to the Consumer Council should be sent to a new address at 1410 Kodak House II, 39 Healthy Street East, North Point. Its complaints and advice division will move on Tuesday. People with complaints may go to the division or call the hotline at 29292222.