Corrections and clarifications

• An obituary of Nicholas Evans should have said the author’s daughter Lauren was from his first marriage, not his second (18 August, Journal, p10).

• A misunderstanding led a feature to misquote the singer Dunya Younes as saying she did not like how Brian Eno and David Byrne had used her voice on their 1981 album My Life in the Bush of Ghosts. Younes was talking about another song by different artists (A ghost that needed laying to rest, 12 August, G2, p5).

• Other recently amended articles include:

Government needs a big-bang solution or faces consequences of rising energy bills

Australian rugby sevens Olympic gold medalist Ellia Green comes out as trans man

‘It’s so alien, I’ve never heard anything like it’: folk collective Heilung on recording the world’s oldest song

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