Herald apologises for coverage of Myall Creek massacre

By Duncan Murray
Updated June 10 2023 - 10:21am, first published 10:17am
The Herald offers an apology for its coverage of Myall Creek massacre as the referendum approaches. (April Fonti/AAP PHOTOS)
The Herald offers an apology for its coverage of Myall Creek massacre as the referendum approaches. (April Fonti/AAP PHOTOS)

The Sydney Morning Herald has apologised for historical coverage relating to the massacre of Indigenous people at Myall Creek, in which it campaigned for the perpetrators to walk free and referred to the dead as "black animals".

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