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Mark Sabbatini

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Kristan Hutchison

Irene Gallion

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Vei 210 -2- 13
Longyearbyen, Svalbard

Norway: +47 41 51 46 38
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Icepeople is published weekly (or thereabouts) on Tuesdays (or thereabouts), with printed copies available free on a limited basis in Longyearbyen. Additional printed copies are availably locally and by mail upon request. Charges are on an "at cost" basis.

Copyright stuff
Original contents of this publication can be reproduced for non-commercial purposes free of charge if Icepeople is credited as the source. The original writers, photographers and other contributors retain their rights to all published works.

Corrections policy
When we screw up you'll know about it – on the front page. One of the big complaints about newspapers is they tend to bury corrections and clarifications deep inside where few people who read the original article see them. If we need to fix something, an alert box on the front page will state what story is in error and where the full correction is printed.

Submitting material
Letters, columns, photos and other material are welcome, but we can't offer pay for published items since nobody here is getting paid at the moment. Submissions in electronic form (text, Word documents, JPEGs, etc.) are highly preferred, although typing and/or scanning of items will be considered on a per-case basis. We reserve the right to edit submissions for length, clarity, accuracy, libel and other reasons, but we will also make every reasonable effort to contact the author about any changes prior to publication.

All contents copyright 2009 by Icepeople or other copyright holders. Icepeople material may be reproduced elsewhere free of charge for noncommercial use. Contact Mark Sabbatini at for information about anything else of seeming importance.

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