Corrections and clarifications

• A travel article about Todmorden miscalculated when it said Gaddings Dam was 800 metres above sea level and roughly 30 square metres. The dam’s altitude is about 350 metres and it has a perimeter of 900 metres (In Tod’s country, 31 July, page 48).

• New Boots and Panties!! was the debut album by Ian Dury, not Ian Dury and the Blockheads as we said in an interview with the musician’s son, Baxter Dury (31 July, Review, page 16).

• Other recently amended articles include:

OnlyFans isn’t revolutionising sex work, and using it ruined things I once did for personal pleasure

The Super Cup only counts as a trophy if your team happens to win it

Gladys Berejiklian offers slogans in place of solutions as NSW Covid crisis deepens

Will central bank digital currencies dethrone the dollar?

Nicola Sturgeon ‘hiding behind PM’ on Cambo oilfield, say climate groups