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Sudden Weekly

Magazines breached TV artists' privacy

The privacy watchdog has slapped enforcement notices on two magazines for infringing the privacy of three artists by secretly snapping and then publishing pictures of their private activities last year, including showing an actor in the nude.

Thursday, 29 March, 2012, 12:00am

Next's designs on Taiwan listing and new title more than gossip

Next Media is looking to spin off the Taiwan editions of Apple Daily and Next Magazine through a backdoor listing on the Taiwan stock exchange.

The Taiwan edition of Next Magazine reported last week that owner Jimmy Lai Chee-ying had already announced the spin-off internally.

21 Feb 2007 - 12:00am

Taking the reins

Former director of the Chief Executive's Office Lam Woon-kwong arrives at Revenue Tower in Wan Chai for his first day of work as head of equestrian events in Hong Kong for the 2008 Olympic Games. Mr Lam, who will be paid $2.2 million a year and receive a 15 per cent gratuity, called on the people of Hong Kong to work together to make the city's part in the Beijing Games a success.

9 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Code needed

I do not know much about the requirements which have to be met before journalists are qualified for their profession.

The recent article in the Sudden Weekly indicates that there are increasing ethical problems within the media.

11 Jul 1996 - 12:00am

Tycoon sues magazine

Tycoon Dickson Poon is suing Sudden Weekly magazine for defamation over an article claiming he had cancer and had visited a church. He also demanded that the magazine be withdrawn from sale. Sudden Weekly has published an apology in its sister publication Apple Daily.

4 Jul 1996 - 12:00am