Te Karearea brings you news gathered by students on Massey University’s Master of Journalism course. Te Karearea is our native falcon, renowned for its speed and accuracy. Our students aim for speed and accuracy too, as they bring you news from Wellington and beyond.
Our students are required to work in accordance with established journalistic principles. That means identifying themselves and who they are writing for, and reporting you accurately and fairly. It does not mean reporting only what you want us to report. We may seek the views of others in order to provide news that is balanced and fair.
All the news on here is checked by our journalism faculty, to ensure it meets journalistic standards of accuracy, fairness and balance.
We abide by the New Zealand Press Council Statement of Principles. You can read them here
This website is subject to NZ Press Council procedures. If you have any concerns about any of our coverage, you can contact us here. If you wish to make a formal complaint, it must first be directed in writing, within one month of publication, to the editor’s email address: email@example.com
If you are not satisfied with the response, the complaint may be referred to the Press Council, P O Box 10-879, The Terrace, Wellington 6143. Or use the online complaint form at www.presscouncil.org.nz Please include copies of the article and all correspondence with the publication.