Australian Press Council

Australian Press Council

Australian Press Council

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The Australian Press Council is the self-regulatory body of the Australian print media. It was established in 1976 and is a private organisation. Its aims are:
  • To help preserve the traditional freedom of the press within Australia.
  • To ensure that the free press acts responsibly and ethically.


To carry out its latter function, it serves as a forum to which the public may take a complaint concerning the press.

The Council is funded by the newspaper and magazine industries. It relies on publishers and editor to respect the Council's views, to adhere voluntarily to ethical standards and to publicly admit mistakes.

The Council consists of 15 members, representing the publishers, journalists, members of the public and is chaired by an independent Chairman. It meets monthly, in Sydney and is headed by an Executive...
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