On Tuesday we here at Daily Post made a mistake, a mistake that questioned the integrity of our newspaper and professionalism of our reporters.

An apology was quickly followed-up but in this day and age, nothing truly is ever forgotten. Thanks to the immortal internet, everything is in a perpetual state of existence, the good, the bad and the ugly, all we can do is use it as a grim reminder of how to be better professionals in our field of work.


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