Bank to hire 50pc more staff Standard Chartered Bank said it had plans to expand its Hong Kong operations, hiring 50 per cent more staff and opening more branches at a total cost of HK$100 million. The bank recruited 300 staff during the first half for its Hong Kong operations, taking the total to 5,500. 16 suspected illegal workers held Police arrested 16 suspected illegal workers during a raid on a computer waste recycling plant in Ng Chow Road, Ta Kwu Ling, at about 10am. Of the 14 men and two women held, nine were from Bangladesh. The others were mainlanders. Ex-journalist guilty of indecency Former ATV journalist Chiu Yu-kit, 31, who exposed himself and sexually gratified himself on the upper deck of the bus was bound over on a good behaviour bond of HK$1,000 for one year in Kwun Tong Court. Pilot fined for drink-driving A British pilot was fined HK$4,000 and disqualified from driving for three months for drink-driving in Mong Kok last month. Andrew Stuart Rattigan, 32, pleaded guilty in Kwun Tong Court to one count of careless driving and another of driving over the alcohol limit. Mark Six There was no first prize winner in last night's draw. The winning numbers were 7, 17, 22, 26, 31 and 42. The extra number was 12. Five tickets each won the second prize of HK$598,705. The third prize paid HK$40,235.