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<em>Oz</em> gives <em>Media Watch</em> a lecture on ethics, fails to disclose again

Oz gives Media Watch a lecture on ethics, fails to disclose again

The Australian is accusing Media Watch of a lapse in journalistic ethics. But there's plenty that's dubious about it's own reporting on the plain packaging issue.

Oz exclusive: Big Tobacco-funded research hates plain packaging

Oz exclusive: Big Tobacco-funded research hates plain packaging

Christian Kerr has insisted that plain packaging is not curbing Australians' cigarette habit in this morning's Australian. Where do the numbers come from? It's there that things get interesting ...

Lies, damned lies and the tobacco packaging debate

Lies, damned lies and the tobacco packaging debate

Premature declarations that plain packaging is helping stamp out cigarette smoking don't help. Neither side of the debate is fully committed to intellectual rigour.

Tobacco boss’s struggle with arithmetic

Tobacco boss’s struggle with arithmetic

When it comes to counterfeit or duty not paid packs, how would they actually know?

Morally defending refugees

Morally defending refugees

Crikey readers have their say.

Big Tobacco hires crack team to take plain pack fight to Roxon

Big Tobacco hires crack team to take plain pack fight to Roxon

British American Tobacco have engaged high-priced corporate lawyers Corrs Chambers Westgarth to pilot their offensive against Nicola Roxon's plain packaging scheme for cigarettes.

BAT’s ad campaign against plain packs: pull the other one

BAT’s ad campaign against plain packs: pull the other one

The government’s plain packaging proposal allows brand names: packs won’t all have just "cigarettes" on them.

Tobacco lobby’s plain-pack threat not based on reality

Tobacco lobby’s plain-pack threat not based on reality

British American Tobacco’s long threatened campaign against plain packs kicked off today. Has there ever been a more complete demonstration of Shakespeare's "the lady doth protest too much"?

British American Tobacco’s big numbers on illegal tobacco don’t add up

British American Tobacco’s big numbers on illegal tobacco don’t add up

Australia’s tobacco industry is having a major attack of the vapours following recommendations made by the government’s Preventive Health Task Force last year.

Should Carla Zampatti really be celebrated as a role model?

Should Carla Zampatti really be celebrated as a role model?

Should someone who worked for one the world's biggest tobacco companies be celebrated as a national role model? ask Bob Burton and Simon Chapman.