Judicial review sought over lack of Chinese-language bridge report A Tung Chung resident plans to launch a judicial review over the lack of a Chinese-language version of the environmental impact assessment report on the connecting roads and border crossing of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge, the Civic Party says. The resident said the lack of a Chinese-language version deprived him of the chance to comment on the report's contents. A Highways Department spokesman said there was already a Chinese-language version of an executive summary of the report and the public was welcome to visit its office for an explanation of the report. Dialysis solution recalled Pharmaceutical products importer Gambro Hong Kong is recalling a batch of five-litre kidney dialysis solution, Gambrosol Trio 10, after the manufacturer said they might leak. The batch, numbered 694426 and comprising 234 bags, was manufactured in Italy. Rights groups urge public role Six human rights organisations urged the government to involve the public in selection of the new chairman of the Equal Opportunities Commission - including arranging public forums for the shortlisted candidates to attend. The Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau said existing selection procedures scrutinised by a five-man board were already an improvement in transparency. Swine flu infects another 514 A total of 514 new cases of swine flu were reported in Hong Kong yesterday, taking the overall figure to 15,871, with 134 patients being treated in public hospitals. Of these, 117 were in stable condition, nine serious and eight critical. The Hong Kong Sea School in Stanley will close for seven days from today as 29 boys, aged 12 to 16, had developed flu symptoms since Saturday. All are in stable condition.