In Australia, SBS aired the same report on 15 August.
Nearly four months on, and with one feisty librarian on the case, SBS issued an
World News Australia (15/8/2006)
On August 15, 2006, World News Australia carried a report on destruction in the town of Bint Jbeil in Southern Lebanon during the Israeli-Hezbollah conflict. The report stated that "this town has really been wiped out."
The centre of the town did suffer extensive damage and could be said to have been "wiped out" but some areas of the town suffered less damage.
A subsequent bulletin of the United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs states that "1,200 houses out of 1,500 were destroyed in Bint Jbeil"
It wouldn't even qualify as a Clayton's apology. As for a discussion of why terrorists chose to base themselves in a civilian area, leading to the tragedy at the centre of the report, the search for balance continues.
UPDATE 5/12, 10:30am: Should have linked to the clarification. Sorry 'bout that.