February 23, 2015 35 Comments
University of Sydney Professor of Public Health Simon Chapman hits back at his fans in The Australian.
February 22, 2012
Two current British government campaigns pull no punches about urging all smokers trying to quit to use drugs. One puts it bluntly: “Don’t go cold turkey.” Another poster on display in the nation’s waiting rooms says: “There are some people who can go cold turkey and stop smoking. But there aren’t many of them.” That […]
February 9, 2012 6 Comments
Senator John Madigan is due to call for a total moratorium on all wind farm development while the rest of the world reached a record level of output, with wind now contributing 3% of the world’s electricity generation.
November 15, 2011 10 Comments
So why do public sector experts give up their valuable time to effectively donate their time and expertise to for-profit companies such as IIR?
October 14, 2011 26 Comments
The various organisations that are at the forefront of wind farm opposition recently published eight papers in a special edition of an allegedly peer-reviewed journal you could be excused from never having heard of.
October 13, 2011 135 Comments
A network analysis of links between the principal voices involved in demonising wind farms in Australia has been circulating in recent weeks and reveals connections between some of the principal wind farm opponents.
August 11, 2011
When it comes to counterfeit or duty not paid packs, how would they actually know?
July 6, 2011 9 Comments
The lobby group at the centre of promoting the idea that windfarms cause disease, the Waubra Foundation, last week moved its aggression needle up several notches by sending this melodramatic “Explicit Cautionary Notice” to Australia’s wind energy companies and putting them on notice.
June 9, 2011 22 Comments
With the passage of the government’s bill on plain packaging now assured, an ever-desperate tobacco industry is now concentrating on the legal apocalypse that they say will descend on Australia through the courts.
May 30, 2011 9 Comments
The government’s plain packaging proposal allows brand names: packs won’t all have just "cigarettes" on them.