Money-filled bag stolen on tram A 66-year-old man lost his bag containing 600,000 yuan(HK$747,000) during his 500m tram ride in Sheung Wan yesterday. He boarded the tram near Western Market and put the bag under his seat at about midday. Police said the man realised his bag was gone when he reached for it at the junction of Des Voeux Road West and Bonham Strand West. Mui's brother bankrupt over HK$170,000 bill The Court of First Instance yesterday declared bankrupt the brother of late Canto-pop diva Anita Mui Yim-fong. Peter Mui Kai-ming was deemed unable to pay HK$170,000 in bills from legal proceedings over Anita Mui's trust. Reclamation work for giant bridge to resume The Labour Department has revoked a suspension order of work for a Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge construction site. The work on the site near Chek Lap Kok airport is for reclamation works relating to an artificial island for the massive bridge across the Pearl River estuary. It was ordered to be put on hold by the department, after an accident in October. Six charged with murder of teenager Six people, aged 16 to 34, were jointly charged with one count of murder over the death of Tsang Ming-sze, 15. The group, including two teenage girls, will appear in Kwun Tong Court today. The body of Ming-sze, a Form Two pupil, was found floating in the sea off Tseung Kwan O on August 11. Police said he was struck in the head. Mark Six There were no winners of last night's first and second prizes. The winning numbers were 2, 8, 14, 25, 43, 44 and the extra number was 11. The third prize paid HK$126,710.