Dec 10, 2012

Press Council breaches: Herald Sun worst culprit in ’12

Who are the worst offenders when it comes to biased, inaccurate or unfair reporting? Crikey has trawled through this year's Australian Press Council rulings to find out.

Matthew Knott

Former Crikey media reporter

Melbourne’s Herald Sun has breached press standards more often than any other newspaper this year, an analysis of rulings by the Australian Press Council shows.


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2 thoughts on “Press Council breaches: Herald Sun worst culprit in ’12

  1. klewso

    Who would have seen this coming for a troup that run around their circus ring crammed into one of those little “PCP cars”?

  2. Venise Alstergren

    The Herald Sun and Channel seven are having a brutish field day slamming into the unfortunate duo who pulled the ‘royal’ stunt on the pregnant wife of England’s prince William.

    Haven’t these sickening hypocrites got any shame? Their boss, Rupert Murdoch, has, via his English media, turned the tawdry business of phone hacking into an unadulterated ‘art form’. Now, the same management are pouring acid onto a couple of fairly juvenile pranksters under the guise of peeing onto a couple of colonials.

    Shame Media, shame!

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