Disabled need more diversified education, says council More resources are needed to diversify education for the mentally disabled, according to an organisation that runs an educational institute for those with special needs. The Neighbourhood Advice-Action Council was the only group that ran a community institute providing artistic or sports training for the disabled, executive director Tung Chi-fat said. Founded in 2004, the Community Institute of Education is educating more than 400 students this year. The group received HK$1.5 million from a government subsidy in its first three years of operation but now it is losing money. Police probing Shek O crash Police are investigating a head-on crash between a Porsche car and a taxi on Shek O Road, Shek O, at about 1.20am. The cabbie, 62, and his three passengers, aged 25 to 28, were treated at Eastern Hospital. Drug haul from remand inmate A remand inmate, 56, was found to have smuggled 13 tablets believed to be heroin into the Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre. The man, who faces drug-trafficking charges, was put under observation after guards were tipped off that he might have swallowed drugs before his arrival at the centre on Tuesday. The tablets were recovered yesterday. Five smoking ban tickets issued Only six verbal warnings had been issued by its officers amid union opposition to enforcing the smoking ban, the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department said. Leisure and Cultural Services staff issued 388 warnings, while tobacco control officers issued five tickets. Housing staff issued none. Suspected drug traffickers held A tip-off led to the arrest of three suspected drug traffickers and seizure of HK$18,000 worth of drugs in a flat in Fuk Lee Street, Tai Kok Tsui, at about 8am. Two men, 23 and 24, and a woman, 26, were being questioned.