Time runs out as clock tower smashed to bits The Civil Engineering and Development Department said the old Star Ferry pier's clock tower has been smashed into pieces and its debris will be used as reclamation material. It is understood the remains have been taken to the Tuen Mun landfill's construction waste bank. The government had previously refused to disclose the fate of the clock tower, which was broken into two pieces on Saturday and removed by barge. white powder scare at consulate residence Police cordoned off a staff residence at the US Consulate General in Shouson Hill Road, Aberdeen, after a woman resident received suspicious mail that contained white powder. Experts from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Bureau closed the area for investigation at 3.30pm. It was reopened after police confirmed the powder was not harmful. Dump truck driver killed in head-on crash A 31-year-old dump truck driver was killed when his vehicle crossed into the opposite lane in Lung Kwu Tan Road, Tuen Mun, and hit a truck carrying steel bars. The driver, surnamed Leung, was certified dead at the scene. The other driver, surnamed Wong, 31, was seriously wounded. Firefighters had to use steel rope and a bulldozer to untangle the vehicles. egg importers asked to register shipments The government is inviting egg importers to register with the Centre for Food Safety on a voluntary basis, to enable it to trace the source of any bad products following a recent series of food scares. Mak Sin-ping, from the centre, said the scheme would be the first step in implementing the government's regulatory framework later. Egg importers are asked to report the source, type and quantity of eggs imported. They are also requested to reveal their distribution channels. mark six Four tickets each won the HK$10,498,190 first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 5, 11, 17, 32, 33 and 48. The extra number was 4. Four tickets each won the second prize of HK$1,166,060. Third prize paid HK$35,840.