Hongkonger under police guard in Sydney hospital A 49-year-old Hongkonger believed to have left a suitcase full of cash in a Sydney cafe on Tuesday morning remained under police guard in hospital yesterday. Police, who would not reveal the amount of money, said the man, in the country on a student visa, had fallen ill after his arrest on Tuesday afternoon. No charges have been laid. Wine lot set to break HK$4.2m world record Auctioneer Acker Merrall and Condit is to offer the world's most expensive wine lot at its December auction - a collection of 55 bottles of DRC Romanee Conti released from 1952 to 2007 (except 1968) expected to fetch HK$4.8 million to HK$6.4 million, more than the HK$4.2 million record set by Christie's in September with a 1981-2005 collection of Lafite. Wife of HSBC adviser fighting for life Sharon Shaw, 58, the wife of HSBC Holdings board adviser David Shaw, was in critical condition in Eastern Hospital last night after being pulled unconscious from the water at Shek O Beach by friends at about 11am. Hospital Authority's first batch of non-local doctors The Hospital Authority submitted to the Medical Council the first batch of nine non-local doctors it is recommending to be hired. Man in critical condition with flesh-eating disease A 56-year-old man was in critical condition with the flesh-eating disease necrotising fasciitis after emergency surgery at Queen Elizabeth Hospital.