ICAC reports 9pc drop in business graft cases Reports of graft in business have dropped by 9 per cent, according to the Independent Commission Against Corruption. In the first nine months of the year, the agency received 1,463 reports of corruption in the private sector, compared with 1,605 during the same period in 2004. Of the reported cases this year, 40 per cent involved building management and 9 per cent were about finance and insurance. The commission said the figure reflected the downward trend of recent years. Plastic-bag-tax findings out early next year A report on the implementation of a plastic bag tax would be completed in the first quarter of next year, the environment minister said. Sarah Liao Sau-tung said the monthly No Plastic Bag Day had demonstrated the effectiveness of a plastic bag 'fee' to reduce their use, but details had to be resolved, such as possible waivers for wet markets and the allocation of revenue generated from the tax. Man killed during clash in macau restaurant A brawl in Macau among Koreans left one dead and another injured. Police arrested a 38-year-old suspect and have sought help from Interpol to pursue four others. The fight began shortly after midnight in a Korean restaurant at Dynasty Garden. A man aged about 50 received four knife wounds and died as he was taken to hospital. Police said the suspects were casino regulars. 5 injured when car flips Five people, including two babies, were seriously injured when the car in which they were travelling ran into a concrete divider and overturned in a Kowloon-bound lane near the entrance to Cheung Ching Tunnel. All five were taken to Princess Margaret Hospital. fire sends 4 to hospital Four people needed hospital treatment for smoke inhalation after a fire at a printing factory in Yuen Long.