Firm sues Mother of jailed ex-bosses for HK$51m The mother of two jailed executives is being sued for HK$51 million by their former company. Skyworth Digital Holdings and several of its subsidiary companies have filed suit in the High Court against Lo Yuk-ying, mother of the company's former non-executive chairman, Stephen Wong Wang-sang, and former executive director Wong Pui-sing, seeking the return of the misappropriated funds. The four writs filed on Friday also name Wong Pang, a clerk employed by Ms Lo. Stephen Wong and Wong Pui-sing were each jailed for six years in July for stealing more than HK$70 million in cash and stock options from the firm. Both had been found guilty of conspiring with Ms Lo and Wong Pang to steal the money. Imported mainland eggs to get health certificates Eggs imported from the mainland will be issued health certificates in the new year to ensure food safety. The Health, Welfare and Food Bureau yesterday said it would ensure better control of batch numbers and identification of imported eggs. Most poor against child school fund plan: poll A Baptist University poll has found that 83 per cent of low-income families oppose a government proposal to encourage them to save for their children's education. Those against said they did not have the money to contribute to a Child Development Fund, as suggested by the Poverty Commission, even though the government would contribute an equal amount. Tamar tender extended The closing date for the tender of the Tamar Development Project will be extended to February 16 from January 26. A spokesman said the government would award the contract next year and the extension would not pose a problem. Quarrel spurs death leap A 16-year-old youth jumped to his death in Tsuen Wan after an argument with his girlfriend who lives in the building. His body was found on the building's canopy. Mark six Three tickets each won the HK$5,417,205 first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 5, 6, 7, 21, 30 and 40. The extra number was 42. Four tickets each won the HK$405,540 second prize. Third prize paid HK$21,520.