Two charged in customs' largest marijuana raid Two men were charged with drug offences yesterday after customs' biggest raid on a cannabis-growing operation. A Tin Shui Wai flat and two greenhouses in a Pat Heung village were raided, and officers seized 383 marijuana plants, 10kg of marijuana and 3kg of ketamine. The arrested men, surnamed Lam, 34, and Chan, 37, were charged with cultivating the plants and trafficking in dangerous drugs. They are due to appear in Tuen Mun Court today. Stiff fines and jail for flouting egg import rules Anyone who imports poultry eggs without permission will be liable to a maximum fine of HK$50,000 and six months' jail under a Health, Welfare and Food Bureau proposal to be discussed by Legco next week. Those who fail to keep the appropriate documentation on imported eggs will be liable to a HK$10,000 fine and three months' jail. The proposal requires all egg importers to register with the Centre for Food Safety and obtain import permits. residents admit ignorance about wildlife protection Seven out of 10 Hongkongers admit having insufficient knowledge about wildlife conservation, although most recognise its importance. An Ocean Park Conservation Foundation survey conducted in November found 69 per cent of 508 interviewed ranked themselves five points or below on a 10-point scale on their knowledge of wildlife conservation. Nearly 80 per cent did not make donations to local conservation groups last year. More government offices adopt five-day work week The government reminded the public that the five-day week scheme expanded on Monday. More offices have extended weekday office hours but are closed on Saturdays. They are the Companies Registry, the education bureau and some offices of the health, agriculture, justice, labour, transport, social welfare, marine, legal aid, water supplies and electrical and mechanical services departments. Details can be obtained at the 24-hour 1823 Citizen's Easy Link hotline or at gov.hk/info/5day. officers seize 1.4 million illicit cigarettes Customs officers yesterday smashed a mobile illicit cigarette distribution centre in a remote car park at So Kwun Wat, Tuen Mun, seizing more than 1.4 million cigarettes and a truck and arresting a 54-year-old man. The market value of the seizure was HK$1.97 million, with a duty potential of HK$1.13 million. Mark Six One ticket won the HK$9,733,255 first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 7, 8, 33, 40, 42 and 49. The extra number was 13. Four tickets each won second prize of HK$394,435. Third prize paid HK$48,920.