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It’s 2014! Make (and Keep) Animal-Friendly Resolutions!

The Christmas dinner has been eaten, and the party hats have been packed away. Now it’s time to act on your new year’s resolution to help animals. It’s easy …

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PETA’s Cutest, Saddest Protest Ever

In a stunning protest inspired by international graffiti artist Banksy, PETA drove home the horrors of Australia’s live-export trade. Workers and tourists in the central business districts of Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide were …

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Top 5 WORST Christmas Gifts

There are some “gifts” that only a Grinch would give – and I’m not talking about ironing boards and vacuum cleaners. If you don’t want to wind up on …

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13 (Unlucky-for-Sheep) Reasons Not to Buy Wool

Warning: the following images are graphic and will make you never wear wool again: 1.      Young lambs’ ears are hole-punched, their tails are chopped off and the males are …

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The Ashes Menu: Vegan Diet a Winning Formula for Athletes

From in the ring and on the track, vegan athletes are proving that people don’t need dairy products and meat to compete. Meat-free athletes include mixed martial arts fighters …

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A Look Inside the Angora Fur Industry

As shoppers and retailers gear up for the busiest shopping time of the year, PETA Asia is unveiling never-before-seen investigative footage of angora fur farms. The video footage reveals …

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PETA Roadside Memorial Reminds People to Consider Animals

Following the deaths of a number of sheep in a traffic incident in South Australia on 17 July, PETA has placed a roadside memorial at the crash site. PETA …

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Contest Closed: Win Tickets to the Powerful New Documentary ‘Blackfish’!

This competition is now closed! Thanks to all who entered. The lucky winners will receive their double passes soon! Blackfish is the story of Tilikum, an orca who was …

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Queensland Rail and Sydney Ferries Reject New Live Export Ad

Sydney Ferries and Queensland Rail have both refused PETA’s request for paid placement of a new ad that blasts the live export of sheep and cattle to foreign countries …

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Civets Suffer for Vile Coffee

An investigation partially funded by PETA Australia has exposed the appalling treatment of civets who are used in the production of kopi luwak coffee, which is made from the …

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