The Australian Press Council issued five adverse findings in complaints lodged against Melbourne’s Herald Sun, a major newspaper in the News Limited group.
Three adverse findings were registered against stablemates The Advertiser, in Adelaide, The Daily Telegraph and the Sunday Telegraph, in Sydney.
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To read the APC rulings: http://www.presscouncil.org.au/adjudications-other-outcomes/
Complaints against newspaper content should in the first instance be made to the paper’s editors. In the event of a non-satisfactory outcome, a complaint can be lodged with the APC. Western Australia’s newspapers have a different system.
APC website http://www.presscouncil.org.au