96-year-old hangs self on bridge A 96-year-old woman appeared to have hanged herself on a footbridge near Wang Tau Hom Estate in Wong Tai Sin last night, police say. She was rushed to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Yau Ma Tei, and certified dead. No letter was found. 15 tourists fall ill in Bangkok The Centre for Health Protection has reported a food poisoning case involving 15 people who travelled to Thailand. Thirteen females and two males, aged between four and 62, all in the same tour group, became ill after having seafood and vegetables for dinner in Bangkok on Saturday. McDonald's in court over milk sale McDonald's Restaurants allegedly sold a carton of milk nearly four month past its use-by date to a pregnant woman, a Kwun Tong Court heard. The restaurant chain pleaded not guilty to selling goods not of the quality demanded by the purchaser and selling prepackaged food after its use-by date. Deputy Special Magistrate Louie Chan Hon-kwong ruled that McDonald's had a case to answer and adjourned the case until Thursday. Australians begin pre-poll voting Australians began heading to the polls in Hong Kong and Macau for early voting for the 2010 Federal Election, which will take place on August 21. Australians overseas can cast a pre-poll vote in person, at consulates or by postal ballot. Search still on for missing hiker The search for Air New Zealand pilot Stephen Morrissey continued in the New Territories. Tai Po division commander Ho Yun-sing said the search would continue at least until tomorrow for Morrissey, who went missing last week while hiking in Pat Sin Leng. More effective leukaemia drug A new drug called nilotinib is 30 times more effective but at least 30 per cent costlier than existing drug treatment for chronic bone marrow leukaemia, University of Hong Kong professor Kwong Yok-lam said. Officers injured in van accident Three officers of the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department were slightly injured after a van fell into a canal in Kau Ling Chung on Lantau Island.