Bail hearing for jailed former judge adjourned A bail hearing for jailed former judge Miles Henry Jackson-Lipkin and his barrister wife, Lucille Yun-shim, has been adjourned until March 13. The couple, who were jailed for 11 months after being found guilty of welfare fraud, were granted the adjournment after appointing new counsel to represent them. Jackson-Lipkin had represented the pair at their last bail hearing. Man pulls knife on police over rice wine theft Three officers confronted a knife-wielding man in Yuen Long. A Nepali man, 31, was stopped over the alleged theft of a bottle of Chinese rice wine at a 7-Eleven store in Hung Tai Road at about 2.55am. He hurled the bottle against a wall and pulled out a knife. Two officers drew their pistols and told the man to drop the knife. A third officer used pepper spray to subdue the man. Girl, 12, rescued from ledge of building Firemen rescued a 12-year-old schoolgirl when she threatened to jump from Shek Wu Hui Municipal Services Building in Sheung Shui. The Primary Six pupil was found standing on a ledge outside the third-floor library of the building in Chi Cheong Road at about 9.30am. A fireman lowered from the roof rescued her after a 30-minute standoff. H5 found in dead bird H5 has been found in tests on a dead bird, the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department said. The carcass of a scaly-breasted munia was collected from Fu Cheong Estate, Sham Shui Po, on Sunday. Further tests will determine whether it was H5N1. No clues on dead woman An autopsy on a businesswoman whose body was found at Lau Fau Shan on Tuesday failed to provide any clues to her death. Further tests will be needed. The woman, 37, had been dead for two to three weeks. Last night her boyfriend, 33, remained in custody but had not been charged. Funding for the disabled Secretary for Health, Welfare and Food York Chow Yat-ngok said that at the end of last year, HK$68 million had been earmarked for improving disabled facilities at 130 government venues. Body found near raft The naked body of a man, aged 30 to 40, was found floating in Sha Tau Kok Hoi near a fishing raft at 11am. No wounds were found.