Mainlanders drown in Sai Kung Two mainland women drowned in Sai Kung's waters as they were being smuggled into Hong Kong early yesterday. Marine police found the bodies of the women. A search of the area netted two men and three women aged between 20 and 41, one of whom is understood to be a snakehead whose boat capsized near the coast. Young Turks want change The Democratic Party's Young Turks have challenged the leadership in response to the party's crushing defeat in district council elections last month. New Territories East branch chairman Chan King-ming and party colleagues called for radical changes to re-establish the party's image and reorganise resources for district work. Graft cases increase 15pc Reports about graft in the private sector have risen 15 per cent in the first 11 months of this year with the biggest increase in the trading sector. Timothy Tong Hin-ming, Commissioner for the Independent Commission Against Corruption, said the watchdog received 3,278 complaints from January to November, of which two thirds concerned the private sector. Complaints about the trading sector rose 24 per cent. Egret tests positive for H5N1 A little egret found dead in Tuen Mun last week has tested H5N1 positive, the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department said. Its carcass was found on December 3 at Tuen Mun Park. Wholesale pig prices decline The wholesale price of live pigs dropped as imports rose yesterday. The price was HK$1,300 per 100 catties, compared with HK$1,900 per 100 catties last week.