Officers urged to watch colleagues for problems About 4,500 part-time police officers, who are mourning the suicides of two of their colleagues in the past week, will be asked to look out for the welfare of fellow officers and to watch for any abnormal behaviour among them. Superintendent Patrick Sin Chi-ming of the force's Auxiliary Support Bureau said early intervention and help could be provided if an officer was identified as having a problem. Truck driver arrested over death of pedestrian, 84 Police arrested a 55-year-old truck driver for dangerous driving causing death after his vehicle hit and killed an 84-year-old woman crossing Lung Sum Avenue, Sheung Shui, at about 9.15am yesterday. The driver was freed on bail. Police appealed for witnesses to call 3661 3800. Ex-Cathay pilots claim circular defamed them Ten former Cathay Pacific Airways pilots have lodged a High Court writ against the airline over what they say were defamatory remarks by a senior officer in an internal circular in September 2009. In the writ, John Warham and others say director of flight operations Nicholas Rhodes accused them of taking part in a 'sick-out' campaign in 2001 in which they feigned illness and skipped work. They are seeking compensation and an injunction barring the airline from publishing further such remarks. Inmate files writ claiming department flouted rights Stanley Prison inmate Jacky Lau Kwok-hung has lodged a High Court writ against the Correctional Services Department for denying him legal representation during a prison disciplinary hearing, which the writ says violated his rights under the Hong Kong Bill of Rights and the International Covenant of Civil and Political rights. After denying his request for a lawyer, a disciplinary hearing found Lau, serving a 251/2-year term, guilty of quarrelling with prisoners. Company fined over death on construction site Wai Ming Construction Steel was fined HK$35,000 in Eastern Court over the death of a worker on a construction site in Western in September last year. It was found guilty of violating the Factories and Industrial Undertakings Ordinance.