Freshwater fish supplies resume after scare Local freshwater fish wholesalers received their first supplies from the mainland in nearly three weeks, following a suspension after tests in the city found traces of the cancer-causing fungicide malachite green and banned antibiotic nitrofuran in fish samples. The first shipment was four tonnes of carp from Zhongshan . Building owner cuts power supply to lift The owner of a 10-storey residential block in Wan Chai - which has issued removal notices to tenants - shut off power to its lift yesterday. Service resumed seven hours later, after tenants and district councillors accused the company of trying to force tenants out. Lo Ching-man, who lives in the building at 242 Queen's Road East, said tenants were told the service had been suspended because of the lift's age. 'Although we resolved this problem today, we worry the landlord will use other methods to force us to move out,' she said. Boy hit by car critical A nine-year old boy was critically ill in Queen Elizabeth Hospital after being knocked down by a car that struck two other cars while changing lanes in San Po Kong, causing the driver to lose control and mount the pavement. Cold weather warning The Observatory issued this year's first cold weather warning, with temperatures expected to drop to 12 degrees Celsius in urban areas today. Elderly and others in need can call the Social Welfare Department's hotline - 23432255.