Correction of errors and inaccuracies
The Sunshine Valley Gazette prides itself on its fairness and accuracy, which are vital to ensure the ongoing positive standing of the publication in the community and to support the high levels of trust that the community holds in the publication.
The publication’s dedication to fairness and accuracy overrides any personal views held by the publisher or staff.
Those in the community with a stake in a particular news story are consulted during research for the story, with the aim to ensure the finalised news story is fair and balanced.
I the event that an errors, inaccuracy or failure in clarity is published, those are corrected as quickly as practical in the following publication or as soon as practical in the next available edition after an issue has been raised with the publication. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sunshine Valley Gazette and its publisher, pride itself on being a long-term and strongly-involved member of the local hinterland community. It is proud of its reputation as an ethical and approachable news organisation, and one that is supportive of the local community, an editorial standing that has been well-established and proven since its establishment in March 2012.