Portuguese city names street after casino mogul Stanley Ho An avenue in the Portuguese city of Cascais was named after Macau casino tycoon Stanley Ho Hung-sun yesterday in honour of his contributions to the country. Mr Ho was the first Chinese to receive the honour in his lifetime. Avenida Dr Stanley Ho is in front of the Casino Estoril. Mr Ho was given the honour for his support of the development and the promotion of tourism in Cascais. He also received the Medal of Corporate Merit from the mayor in recognition of his entrepreneurship. DAB leaders to campaign for party veteran's son Heavyweights in the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong will canvass today for the son of a party veteran who is contesting a district council by-election in Yau Tsim Mong. Chris Ip Ngo-tung, a political journalist at the Wen Wei Po newspaper and a DAB member, is joining the race for the seat, vacant since mid-May. His father is DAB veteran Ip Kwok-chung, a former vice-chairman of the Yau Tsim Mong District Council. Chris Ip's supporters will include Tsang Yok-sing, widely expected to be the next president of the Legislative Council, and DAB vice-chairman Ip Kwok-him - his father's twin brother. Taxi driver held after fatal crash A taxi driver, 34, was arrested for drink-driving after his vehicle and another car collided in Cheung Sha Wan. The 23-year-old driver of the car was taken to Princess Margaret Hospital, where he was declared dead shortly after 6am. Police urged witnesses to call 2773 5200 or 2773 5211. Revenue Tower suspect charged A man arrested for allegedly starting a fire in Revenue Tower in Wan Chai last week has been charged with arson. Wu Kin-ting, 51, did not appear in Kwun Tong Court and no plea was taken. He is still in Queen Mary Hospital. The case was adjourned to Friday. Woman hit by minibus A woman, 59, was in critical condition after being knocked down by a minibus in Mong Kok. The driver, 62, was arrested for dangerous driving and was released on bail. The woman was in United Christian Hospital. 118 inquiries on tainted milk No new renal cases involving tainted milk were reported by the Hospital Authority or private doctors, the Centre for Health Protection said. In the 24 hours to 1pm, the centre's hotline (2125 1133) had received 118 inquiries, taking to 9,143 the number of calls it received since September 21. Cabbies hurt in crash Three taxi drivers were injured when one of them lost control of his vehicle and rammed into the other two taxis in Tin Cheung Road, Tin Shui Wai, at about 7am. The men were in Tuen Mun and Pok Oi hospitals in stable condition. 30pc drop in property sales Sales of flats fell 30 per cent last month from the same period last year. Land Registry figures showed that 6,075 flats were sold last month, up 15 per cent on August but down 30.6 per cent on a year ago. Director to show off HK film skills Hong Kong film director Johnnie To Kei-fung is to take part in the Nuit Blanche cultural event in Paris today to show how local filmmakers incorporate the elements of traditional Cantonese opera to create unique visuals and action scenes.