Lawsuit seeks HK$4m repayment Concert promoter Abba Chan Tat-chee is suing China Sciences Conservational Power and its former financial director for more than HK$4 million in loan repayments. In two writs filed on Monday, Chan is seeking HK$1.5 million from the company and HK$2.56 million from Anthony Chow Ho-tung. Chan, who has admitted stealing millions of dollars from the firm, says the money he is claiming was loans he made to the defendants. 14 pupils, minder injured Fourteen pupils and their minder were injured when a taxi hit their school bus in Tsuen Wan yesterday. The bus had braked heavily to avoid hitting a vehicle in front of it at the junction of Texaco Road and Castle Peak Road at about 12.15pm, and the taxi ran into the back of it. Eight boys and six girls, aged nine and 10, and their 27-year-old female minder were treated for minor injuries at Yan Chai Hospital and discharged. Suspected heroin seized Police arrested a suspected drug trafficker and seized HK$81,000 worth of suspected heroin in Sham Shui Po. Acting on a tip-off, officers arrested the 51-year-old man at the junction of Yen Chow and Yee Kuk streets at 2.15pm and seized 30 tablets. In a follow-up search at his flat in Yen Chow Street, officers seized another 500 tablets of suspected heroin. The man was being held for questioning last night. Criticism over ambulances The government was criticised in Legco's Public Accounts Committee for turning down a request for new ambulances in 2006. Democratic Party lawmaker Andrew Cheng Kar-foo said the ageing fleet could be a reason for a series of breakdowns last year, when paramedic services failed to meet their promised ambulance response time. Neighbours held after fight Two men aged 63 and 80 were arrested after they had a fight in the ground-floor lift lobby of Tsui Ning Garden in Wong Chu Road, Tuen Mun. The men, who are neighbours, began arguing when they met in a lift, police said. The argument turned into a fight when they left the lift. The men were treated for minor injuries at Tuen Mun Hospital. Mark Six No one won the first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 21, 27, 32, 33, 39 and 48. The extra number was 9. Six tickets each won second prize of HK$508,860. Third prize paid HK$39,910.