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Great News! South Australia to Phase out Opera House Nets! Doug Gimesy

Great News! South Australia to Phase out Opera House Nets!

Now all eyes are on Queensland to follow suit…

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Club Med Says ‘Au Revoir’ to Dolphin Shows and Elephant Rides

Travel provider announces a new animal welfare policy detailing plans to stop promoting elephant rides, cruel whale and dolphin exhibits, bullfights, and photo ops with animals.

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Stefania Ferrario Would Rather Go Naked Than Wear Wool

And she’s even writing wool out of her modelling contracts!

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Great News! Carolina Herrera, Paco Rabanne, Jean Paul Gaultier, Nina Ricci, and Dries Van Noten Ditch Exotic Skins

Luxury fashion company Puig has confirmed it will stop selling items made from the skins of snakes, crocodiles, and other exotic animals.

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Victory! ACCC Rejects ‘Humane’ Farming Label for Animal Products

No process that turns a living, feeling being into dismembered, bloodied cuts of flesh can ever be described as “humane”.

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PETA Sends Meat-Themed Crossword to Scott Morrison and Barnaby Joyce

“Methane is only one piece of the puzzle – going vegan is the solution”

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‘The Amazing Race’ Couple Campaigns to End Speciesism

Aussie reality-TV duo stars in a new PETA ad to say, “We are all amazing animals.”

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Canada Goose Ditches Fur After Years of Pressure

Canada Goose has announced it will stop buying fur by the end of 2021 and stop producing items containing by the end of 2022.

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Australian Senator Reckons You’re Buying Vegan Food by Accident, Launches Official Inquiry

An Australian Senator has launched a Senate Inquiry into food labelling laws to investigate the use of terms such as “meat-free mince”, “sausage made with plants” and “vegan bacon”.

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Live Music, Not Live Export

Australia has spent too much taxpayer money reviewing, reporting on, reprimanding, and subsidising an industry that systematically abuses animals. Let’s demand our money be spent on elevating the arts, …

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