Obscenity watchdog can do better, official says, as publisher fumes
The media and publishing watchdog admitted yesterday it could have done a better job in handling the case of a book bearing a picture of a famous painting of Cupid.Saturday, 21 July, 2007, 12:00am
Reader complains over a cover at fair
A 200-year-old nude image of Greek mythology's sprite of love and his wife has been cleared to go on show at the Book Fair after surviving a challenge from an offended visitor.19 Jul 2007 - 12:00am
'No one is perfect. There are always inadequacies, particularly in the area of management'19 May 2007 - 12:00am
The body that adjudicates on media standards has deemed that a giant jeans advertisement featuring a half-naked woman being whipped is not indecent.
The Television and Entertainment Licensing Authority (Tela) took photographs of the 37-metre-tall billboard on the Sincere Insurance Building in Wan Chai last week for evaluation after a complaint by a member of the public.15 Aug 2005 - 12:00am
The plan to create a video featuring the national anthem, which is being broadcast on Hong Kong's Chinese-language TV stations, was hatched by the Home Affairs Bureau and the Government Information Service, it was revealed yesterday.5 Oct 2004 - 12:00am
Corporate Hong Kong can have no doubts on Mr Justice Anthony Roger's feelings about rabbits. They have no place in the stock exchange.
The Court of Appeal judge famously gave his take on the need for an independent regulator of stocks in October. 'You cannot have the rabbits in charge of the lettuce,' he stressed.
But where does he stand on dolphins?10 Dec 2002 - 12:00am
The Press Council has for the first time forwarded a public complaint to the Government, over reports by some newspapers on fallen playboy Louis Lo Siu-fai.17 Apr 2002 - 12:00am
An acting chief executive officer and an executive officer of the Television and Entertainment Licensing Authority (Tela) were arrested yesterday for alleged corruption in awarding printing and production contracts worth about $1.76 million.28 Mar 2002 - 12:00am
A media watchdog has received more than 50 complaints about a public war of words between a tycoon, his socialite ex-wife and her DJ ex-lover.
Fifty-five complaints targeted TV programmes which ran details on the disputes between Teresa Po Wing-kam, executive director of Chinese Estates Joseph Lau Luen-hung, and DJ Hung Chiu-fung.18 Jan 2000 - 12:00am
I was very interested to read in the South China Morning Post on December 13 that the Urban and Regional Services departments have issued 48 verbal warnings and seven warning letters in four months this year, concerning smoking in restaurants. This compares with 3,594 convictions and fines for smoking in games centres over a period of one year.22 Dec 1999 - 12:00am