Archive for the 'ar' Category

Scientist believes white whale washed up might not be beloved Migaloo

Sunday, July 17th, 2022

Hamish SpenceNCA NewsWire Fresh hope has been offered amid fears beloved white whale Migaloo has died after an albino humpback’s corpse washed ashore in Victoria’s east. Confronting photos surfaced on Saturday of the whale’s dead body on a Mallacoota beach in East Gippsland. Scientists and officials are working to determine whether the dead whale is […]

Perth Zoo reassures patrons of well-being of elephants Putra Mas and Permai after Tricia’s death

Friday, July 15th, 2022

Natalie RichardsThe West Australian Perth Zoo says it is showering its grieving elephants with “lots of love and affection” as their enclosure remains closed to the public after Tricia’s death. A week after the 65-year-old Asian elephant was euthanised following issues relating to her old age, zoo staff have reassured patrons of the wellbeing of […]

Up to 350 koalas may have been killed in bushfires near Port Macquarie, but even more could die in the aftermath

Friday, November 22nd, 2019

As many as 350 koalas are estimated to have died in fires that tore through the Port Macquarie region, decimating the habitat in an area home to one of the state’s biggest koala populations. Firefighters are still battling bushfires across NSW including the north coast where three people have died and at least 150 homes were destroyed […]

‘Unicorn puppy’ could be hiding a not-so-cute secret

Monday, November 18th, 2019

A golden retriever puppy that went viral last week due to the tail growing out of his head could be hiding a less than cute secret. An expert claimed the tail growing between Narwhal, the ‘unicorn puppy’s’, eyes could really be the remnants of a parasitic twin. Margret Casal, a professor at the University of […]

Perth man fined over kookaburra killing

Friday, November 15th, 2019

A man who ripped the head off a kookaburra at a Perth pub in front of horrified children has been fined $2500.The man killed Kevin – a cheeky kookaburra known for stealing food – at Parkerville Tavern last month. His lawyer described the bird as “a menace to public safety”.The $2500 fine is the maximum […]

Western Australia introduces horse ‘passports’ to improve racehorse welfare

Thursday, November 14th, 2019

By AAP9:19pm Nov 14, 2019 Racehorses in Western Australia will get a “passport” to track their condition and whereabouts when they retire under proposed animal welfare reforms sparked by revelations of cruelty at a Queensland abattoir.After ABC vision showed workers at the Meramist Abattoir in Caboolture tormenting horses before they were killed, WA Racing and […]

Video of alleged cruelty in Victoria park goes viral

Wednesday, September 4th, 2019

A video of alleged animal cruelty has emerged online. The 40-second clip, which was posted on Tuesday morning showing what looks like a man dragging a dog and spitting on it, was allegedly taken on Swansea Street in Victoria Park. Within an hour, thousands of people commented on and shared the video, which the original […]

Feeling good

Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

There is always someone out there worse off than you Be thankful for what you have as someone may not have it Always smile and always, always have a positive attitude

Cultured meat seems gross? consumers to embrace cultured meat.

Thursday, March 7th, 2019

Cultured meat seems gross? It’s much better than animal agriculture Posted by David Reynolds | March 7th, 2019 The world is in the grips of a food-tech revolution. One of the most compelling new developments is cultured meat, also known as clean, cell-based or slaughter-free meat. It’s grown from stem cells taken from a live […]


Thursday, February 28th, 2019

One of the easiest ways to keep your pet cool this summer is by keeping them properly hydrated. Cats and dogs dehydrate faster than humans, so you must be extra diligent and alert to their condition. Noticeable symptoms of dehydration include panting, red gums, and excessive drooling.

Updates to PAWS Bayswater Community Garden

Thursday, February 28th, 2019


Wednesday, January 30th, 2019

If you smile at someone random and make them smile they will in turn pass it on Try it It is quite infectious Enjoy your day

Nice feelings

Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

Community Garden

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018

PAWS is developing the concept of a nation-wide network of Community Garden Projects. These unique projects are to be developed ‘for the people, by the people,’ to turn previously under-utilised sites into productive non-profit enterprises dedicated to bringing organic food sources back into urban, rural and remote areas. The development of each site will be […]

Second live sheep export licence suspended

Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

The company at the centre of the live export scandal has suffered another major blow after being slapped with a second suspension on sending sheep to the Middle East. Tens of thousands of animals are in limbo after the Agriculture Department denied EMS Exports, a sister company of Emanuel Exports, a permit to send 45,000 […]

Live sheep export company Emanuel Exports facing criminal probe over Awassi Express deaths

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

By Nicolas Perpitch VIDEO: Footage supplied to 60 Minutes shows conditions aboard a live export ship (ABC News) RELATED STORY: Support for live export ban grows as shutdown bill begins voyage through Parliament RELATED STORY: Regulators to keep a close eye on live export sheep, with ‘independent’ observers on board RELATED STORY: Farmers question the […]

The secret life of pups: What goes on at dog day care

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

Words and pictures by Jane Cowan PHOTO: Dogs roam the play area known as ‘Central Bark’ at The Pets Hotel in Port Melbourne. Originating in New York, Australia’s first day care opened in Melbourne in 2002. (ABC News: Jane Cowan) If you listen carefully, for a split second in the mid-afternoon there’s a moment when […]

A Vegan Diet Could Do Wonders for Your Skin—Here’s Why

Monday, December 11th, 2017

I practice preventive and proactive medicine—I think it’s important to grab the bull by its horns and take control of your health, rather than sitting around waiting for problems to occur. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE One of the best ways for you to do this is to pay attention to what you eat—food can be […]

Throw a veggie pattie on the barbie this Australia Day

Monday, December 4th, 2017

Sausages, hamburger patties, lamb chops and T-bone steak. There is nothing like the traditional barbecue on Australia Day. But like a piece of bone inconveniently lodged between our teeth, a small but growing segment of our society – vegans – question the ethical side of the Aussie BBQ tradition. They ask: why is it that […]

Wary of human-animal hybrids? It’s probably just your own moral superiority

Monday, December 4th, 2017

In Greek mythology, the Chimera is a monstrous fire-breathing creature, typically described as having the head of a lion, with a snake as a tail and the head of a goat emerging from its back. Just as it terrorised the minds of the Greeks, this vision is also the cause of much consternation regarding the successful creation […]

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