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Greenwald's passionate opinions become part of story

Illustration: Craig Stephens

Edward Snowden brought his information to Glenn Greenwald of The Guardian instead of to The Washington Post, with which he had briefly corresponded. The case illustrates the passion an opinion-driven journalist can bring to a breaking news story; at the same time it raises questions about fairness.

Sunday, 16 June, 2013, 8:59am

The Guardian launches free online edition in Australia

The Guardian's Australian online edition. Photo: SCMP Pictures

British newspaper The Guardian yesterday launched a new online edition in Australia where print media is struggling, pledging an independent perspective and a multimedia approach.

28 May 2013 - 3:33am

Some vindication of Ping Fu and the malicious Chinese cyber trolls 'persecuting' her with facts

Ping Fu dismisses her critics saying they haven't read her book. The Guardian journalists did and found even more highly unlikely claims.

14 Feb 2013 - 10:56am 28 comments

Britain's The Guardian newspaper to launch online edition down under

Britain's The Guardian newspaper will launch a new online edition in Australia, where the print media is struggling with the changing digital landscape, and is also hoping to expand reach in Asia.

The Guardian, announcing the expansion of its global reach, said deputy editor Katharine Viner would be relocating to Australia to launch the operation later this year.

17 Jan 2013 - 4:11am

Digest: Is Twitter a "media", or just a platform for media?

Digest: Is Twitter a "media", or just a platform for media?

It is no doubt that Twitter has become one of world's best platforms to share real-time information. At the same time, it also makes money from selling ads, just like media outlets do. So, it will be interesting to see whether it wants to move forward one more step to make itself a real media company that not only “share” but also “create” content.

24 Sep 2012 - 7:53pm

A Long Lunch: My Stories and I'm Sticking to Them

A Long Lunch: My Stories and I'm Sticking to Them by Simon Hoggart John Murray HK$260

What happened when W.H. Auden took LSD? Why does Prince Charles have amsirac? What are the worst seven words in the English language, according to Kingsley Amis? And what did Edward Heath say on the day Margaret Thatcher resigned? (Answers in the final paragraph).

10 Apr 2011 - 12:00am

Entertainment or enlightenment?

India's feisty print media is under siege. That's not because of government restrictions, as in the past, but because dumbing down seems to be the price of success for papers that once took pride in informed and thought-provoking opinion pieces.

28 Aug 2006 - 12:00am

The Review wins design award

For the third year running, the Sunday Morning Post has been recognised as one of the world's best designed papers by the US-based Society of News Design (SND).

12 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Post lauded for design excellence

The design teams for the South China Morning Post and Sunday Morning Post have won two top prizes at the Society for News Design's 27th annual Best of Newspaper Design competition.

The awards recognise the papers as among the best-designed publications in the world.

7 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Legislator returns home after beating

Activist says he lost consciousness after assault in Taishi

A mainland legislator re-emerged in his home province of Hubei last night after he was badly beaten in Guangdong's Taishi village, where residents are fighting to oust their allegedly corrupt village chief.

11 Oct 2005 - 12:00am

The Play Ethic - A Manifesto for a Different Way of Living

The Play Ethic - A Manifesto for a Different Way of Living

by Pat Kane

Pan, $130

11 Sep 2005 - 12:00am



by Bella Bathurst

Picador $98

17 Aug 2003 - 12:00am

'How now Dow cow?'

The Far Eastern Economic Review received a righteous slagging in Britain's Manchester Guardian newspaper last week for its miserly 250-word obituary on legendary editor Derek Davies, who died on September 15.

15 Oct 2002 - 12:00am


The Guardian

World, 10pm

20 Sep 2002 - 12:00am