Melamine found in more Lotte biscuits The industrial chemical melamine has been found in more food in Hong Kong, including three varieties of Lotte Koala biscuits, popular among children. The Centre for Food Safety said last night that a sample of strawberry Lotte Koala biscuits had 4.3mg of melamine per kilogram of biscuits. A sample of chocolate Lotte Koala biscuits had 57mg per kilogram, and another sample of chocolate-filled Lotte Koala biscuits had 68mg per kilogram. The centre also found a sample of milk tablets made by Inner Mongolia Li Cheng Industrial containing melamine at a level of 2.5mg per kilogram. HK panel to study kidney stone cases on mainland Experts from a new taskforce investigating the tainted-milk scandal will visit the mainland to study kidney stone cases, Secretary for Food and Health York Chow Yat-ngok said. The role of the taskforce, which was formed on Friday, is to ensure public hospitals and health systems can cope with the screening of children who might be affected through consumption of melamine-tainted milk or other products. Dr Chow said the panel would inquire about diagnosis and treatment of kidney stone cases. Damages sought over 2006 bus crash in Egypt Jetour Holiday is facing a damages claim in the High Court over a bus accident in Egypt that killed 14 Hong Kong tourists. In a writ filed on Friday, 12 plaintiffs are seeking damages from the travel agency under the Fatal Accidents Ordinance for the injuries and deaths resulting from the accident on the Safaga highway between Hurghada and Luxor on January 31, 2006. The tour bus, which overturned, was carrying 44 passengers. Without specifying the amount of the claim, it alleged that the accident took place due to negligence on the part of Jetour Holiday. Father and daughter tied up and robbed in park attack A man and his daughter were tied up and robbed yesterday in Ma On Shan Park. Two attackers beat the man and robbed the pair of a mobile phone, a camera and HK$2,000 in cash at about 8am. The victims were taken to hospital by helicopter. Police arrested a male suspect, 31, in Ma On Shan Tsuen Road. Separately, three men barbecuing food at the Wu Kai Sha pier in Ma On Shan were attacked by more than 10 men at around 5am. The three suffered minor injuries and one was robbed of a wallet. HK$200,000 in fake goods seized Customs officers raided an outlet selling pirated goods in an industrial building in Kwai Chung and arrested a man, 47, and his son, 20, who they said had run the outlet for a month, selling fake brand-name clothing, leather goods and sportswear. Customs officers said they found pirate goods worth HK$200,000 in the raid on the Wah Tat Industrial Centre.