How are gazettes published? How are they organized?
Gazettes are printed on a daily, weekly, or monthly schedule, many look like newspapers; they may have volume numbers and issue numbers; they may be published regularly, or irregularly; they are commonly issued in several parts and have special or extraordinary issues; they, infrequently, contain indexes. The format of a given gazette is subject to frequent change and differs from country to country. Gazettes are published in the official language of the country of origin.