2m filed no tax for last year About 2 million people were not required to file salaries tax returns in 2006-07. During the last assessment period, 61 per cent of the working population filed no tax returns, Secretary for Financial Services Chan Ka-keung said yesterday. About 3,000 people filed returns for income of more than HK$1 million, the highest tax bracket. Only 4.7 per cent of the population did not file at the standard rate, down from 6.2 per cent in 2005-06. More jail for ex-minister's father Former Macau minister Ao Man-long's father, Ao Veng-kong, was jailed for another 31/2 years in a third trial related to the city's biggest graft scandal. The Court of First Instance also jailed developer Tang Kim-man for 121/2 years over kickbacks worth HK$48 million. Tang left Macau after the scandal broke in 2006 and was tried in his absence. Ao Veng-kong, 81, was found guilty of one count of money laundering. Education seat eyed Ho Hon-kuen, vice-chairman of the group Education Convergence, is to run for the education functional constituency seat in September's Legislative Council election. Incumbent lawmaker Cheung Man-kwong has said he will seek re-election, while Eva Yu Yee-wah, of the Federation of Trade Unions, is considering running for the seat. Tourism Board 'making progress' The Hong Kong Tourism Board had completed 63 of the 75 measures to improve its corporate management that the Director of Audit had recommended, Chief Secretary Henry Tang Ying-yen told the Legislative Council. The other 12 measures were in progress and would be fully carried out within the current financial year, Mr Tang said. One in four migrants succeeds There were 493 successful applicants under the Quality Migrant Admission Scheme out of 1,947 applications made between June 2006 and June this year, the Immigration Department said.