The Gazette of January 30, on page 4 under the title ‘‘Charged after fights’’ the article stated the individuals involved who were all charged with a variety of offences were from the Mossman Gorge Aboriginal Community. This statement was incorrect, as these individuals involved were in fact from another community, but just so happened that they had been visiting the Gorge Community when these offences were alleged to have taken place. This statement was incorrect, as these people who were involved were in fact from another indigenous community, but so happened to be visiting the community when these offences took place. The distinction is important, as Mossman Gorge is a Cape York Welfare reform community that is involved in a program to not only close the gap between the indigenous communities and mainstream Australia but to improve the health and wellbeing of these communities. While the community acknowledges there might be struggles along the way, that result in police action and media publication where incidents are reported, it also wishes to amend such information when it doesn’t represent the community.