114—Heading to electoral advertisements
(1) This section
applies to the publication of electoral matter in written form in—
electronic publication on the Internet,
if payment or other consideration has been, or is to be, given for publication
of the matter (whether the journal or electronic publication is published for
sale or for distribution without charge).
(2) If this section
applies to the publication of electoral matter, the
publisher of the matter must cause the word "advertisement" to be included as
a headline to each article or paragraph containing the electoral matter—
the case of matter published in a journal—in letters not smaller than
10 point or long primer; or
the case of matter published in an electronic publication—in letters of
a size that will be readily legible.
the offender is a natural person—$1 250;
the offender is a body corporate—$5 000.
(3) In this
"journal" means a newspaper, magazine or other periodical.