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Bulmers Cider has confused a famous teetotal and alcohol hater with the founder of its brand. Plus other media tidbits.

Media briefs: Bulmers apology … The Oz‘s Aussie … Ashes glory …

Bulmers Cider has confused a famous teetotal and alcohol hater with the founder of its brand. Plus other media tidbits.

The born-again Climate Council seems to be a goer financially. And being axed by the Abbott government could help it do its job.

Why sacking the Climate Commission might help it

The born-again Climate Council seems to be a goer financially. And being axed by the Abbott government could help it do its job.

Abolished, on the chopping block, on probation. Here's a guide to the climate change bodies and schemes which are in Abbott's sights; but watch out Tony, some of these will be hard to get rid of.

Green purge: the climate bodies on Abbott’s chopping block

Abolished, on the chopping block, on probation. Here's a guide to the climate change bodies and schemes which are in Abbott's sights; but watch out Tony, some of these will be hard to get rid of.

The Coalition has won government in the lower house, but controlling a Senate of micro-parties will be like herding cats.

Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

The Coalition has won government in the lower house, but controlling a Senate of micro-parties will be like herding cats.

The transcript and audio of academic Marcia Langton's recent Boyer Lectures has been altered to remove her querying whether environmentalist Tim Flannery is "provocative and racist".

Langton’s ‘racist accusation’ expunged from history

The transcript and audio of academic Marcia Langton's recent Boyer Lectures has been altered to remove her querying whether environmentalist Tim Flannery is "provocative and racist".

Plain-spoken and sometimes optimistic, Tim Flannery is trying to teach Australia about climate change -- and its solutions. For all his accolades, though, some scientists don't want him in their club, writes <em>Crikey</em> intern <b>Michelle Slater</b>.

The Power Index: carbon cutters, Tim Flannery at #6

Plain-spoken and sometimes optimistic, Tim Flannery is trying to teach Australia about climate change -- and its solutions. For all his accolades, though, some scientists don't want him in their club, writes Crikey intern Michelle Slater.

A federal Liberal backbencher says a run of hot days 220 years ago shows Australia's recent heatwave should be more closely scrutinised for evidence of climate change.

‘But it was hot in 1790’: Lib backbencher refutes climate change

A federal Liberal backbencher says a run of hot days 220 years ago shows Australia's recent heatwave should be more closely scrutinised for evidence of climate change.

Tony Abbott likes to say that Australia is "going it alone" on pricing carbon. Is he right? We look at the facts.

Get Fact: is Australia ‘going it alone’ on pricing carbon?

Tony Abbott likes to say that Australia is "going it alone" on pricing carbon. Is he right? We look at the facts.

A new report from Australia's Climate Commission -- led by Tim Flannery -- suggests the way ahead on climate action is a mix of carbon pricing and government intervention.

Abandoning an economics-only climate approach

A new report from Australia's Climate Commission -- led by Tim Flannery -- suggests the way ahead on climate action is a mix of carbon pricing and government intervention.

Tim Flannery was taken out of context and ridiculed over comments he made to an Australian Medical Association conference. It's unfair, writes AMA President <b>Dr Steve Hambleton</b>.

Journos attacking Flannery: like pulling teeth getting them to be fair

Tim Flannery was taken out of context and ridiculed over comments he made to an Australian Medical Association conference. It's unfair, writes AMA President Dr Steve Hambleton.

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