Possible delay for Legco hearing A hearing of the Legislative Council select committee investigating former housing director Leung Chin-man's post-service employment might have to be postponed due to a legal challenge, the committee's deputy chairman Lee Wing-tat said. New World China Land chairman Henry Cheng Kar-shun and executive director Stewart Leung Chi-kin, who are scheduled to testify on Wednesday, filed an application for judicial review with the High Court on Friday. Flu-stricken maid still critical A Filipino domestic helper with swine flu remained critically ill in hospital and was being treated with antivirals Relenza and Tamiflu, the Hospital Authority said. The couple who employed her have not caught flu. Twenty-nine new cases were reported yesterday, taking the total to 1,265. Two of those newly infected are clerks at the Kwong Wah and Tuen Mun hospitals. The authority said their symptoms were mild. Green building awareness push The Council for Sustainable Development hopes to increase public awareness of 'green' buildings through a six-month consultation, its chairman, Bernard Chan, said on a Commercial Radio programme. The aim is to review the government's practice of granting developers extra gross floor area in return for building features such as podium gardens and balconies. Employment curb proposal Civil Service Bureau Secretary Denise Yue Chung-yee said it was too soon to say whether or not it would be fair to require top civil servants to seek permission before taking up work within five years of retiring rather than three years as the current rules state. Political appointees only need approval to take up jobs within a year of retiring. Miss Yue said the administration would consult civil service groups and study the proposal by an independent inquiry panel before making any decision.