Spurned boyfriend admits acid attack A Form Five student threw acid at his ex-girlfriend after she said she had a new boyfriend. Yau Kwok-hang, 18, pleaded guilty at the Court of First Instance to throwing corrosive fluid on Lee Suk-yin, 16, on April 29 at the staircase of her building. Sentencing was adjourned to November 25. Worker killed as column collapses at university site A worker was killed after a three-metre-long metal column collapsed on him at a construction site at Polytechnic University in Hung Hom. He was declared dead by paramedics at the scene. The Labour Department is investigating. Hong Kong cash to help flood victims The Hong Kong government will grant HK$500,000 to China's Adventist Development and Relief Agency for flood victims in Cambodia and HK$3 million to World Vision Hong Kong for victims in Thailand. Pair to face court on drug-trafficking charges Two men, 20 and 43, face drug trafficking charges at Fanling Court today after customs officers seized 6.8 kilograms of ketamine in two bags they carried in Tai Po. The drug had an estimated street value of HK$800,000. Cocaine suspect seized in Sham Shui Po Police arrested a man, 48, and seized 1.3kg of cocaine with an estimated street value of HK$1.58 million in Sham Shui Po. 13 staff, eight bosses held in immigration swoop Immigration officers have arrested 13 illegal workers and eight employers in a citywide crackdown. Letters destroyed in arson attack on post box More than 20 letters were destroyed after a post box was set alight at the junction of Castle Peak Road and Tai Nan West Street in Cheung Sha Wan. Firemen doused the flames. New training council chairman named Clement Chen Cheng-jen has been appointed chairman of the Vocational Training Council for two years from January 1.