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Kids Spring Into Action to Help an Injured Bird

Three cool Umina kids, Matisse Lehmann, Jasmine Duxbury and Calum Lehmann, have each received a Hero for Animals Award from PETA for saving a duck who had apparently been injured …

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Will Abbott End Australia’s National Disgrace?

In the weeks leading up to the election, PETA’s “sheep” mascot, Lucy, made sure neither candidate could forget about the plight of sheep who are discarded by Australia’s wool …

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Animal Homelessness: The Crisis and the Cure

Every year, about 200,000 dogs and cats are euthanised in Australia’s animal shelters and pounds for lack of good homes. Caring shelter workers who have devoted their lives to …

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Pink and PETA Team Up to Reward Animal Lovers!

  This competition is now closed! Thanks to all who entered. The lucky winners will receive their DVDs in the mail soon! It’s no secret that Pink loves animals. …

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Australian Defence Force Cutting Open Live Animals

PETA has confirmed that the Australian Defence Force (ADF) is still subjecting live animals to “live tissue trauma training” exercises, despite being fully informed of viable non-animal methods that …

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SHOCKING PHOTOS: Appalling Conditions on Live Export Ships

Dr Lynn Simpson, who sailed on 57 live export journeys, submitted a damning report to the ASEL review about the conditions aboard ships.

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Australian Government Gives Vegan Diet the Green Light

Finally, the government has realised what many of us have known for some time – a vegan diet can be healthy and well balanced for all Australians. The summary …

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How You Can Help End Live Export

Most Australians have been disgusted by the abuses that have been revealed time and time again in the live-animal export industry. Shocking video footage and reports of abuse from …

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Game Council Abolished, but Animals Still in Peril

It’s game over for the Game Council of New South Wales (NSW), which has been abolished following a damning report from the NSW government. The review was commissioned after …

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New Zealand’s Jumps Racing Industry: A Cruel and Callous ‘Sport’ HorseRacingKills.com

New Zealand’s Jumps Racing Industry: A Cruel and Callous ‘Sport’

The 2013 jumps-racing death toll for New Zealand horses currently stands at three. It’s a toll that can be expected to rise as the season continues. Last year, six …

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