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Pamela Anderson Urges PM Scott Morrison to Ban Live Exports | News

In the lead up to her exclusive Australian television appearance on current affairs program 60 Minutes, PETA US’s honorary director Pamela Anderson has sent a letter to Prime Minister Scott Morrison urging him to end the sadistic live-animal export industry. In the letter, Anderson references the Prime Minister’s maiden speech, noting that she shares with him “the same strong principles of justice and compassion”, before urging the Prime Minister to “[M]ake the compassionate and logical move.”

Sex kitten to activist: Is it time to stop mocking Pamela Anderson

Is it time we stopped mocking Pamela Anderson? A novelist, a prolific writer, a down-to-earth mother who gives relatable, achievable, beauty tips like, “Drink lots of wine. Don’t worry about things.” She’s also an anti-fur campaigner, designer, and Sea Shepherd board member. With all this under her belt, and decades since her Playboy and Baywatch days, is it time to take stock of who Pamela Anderson has become, and ask: is it still relevant to publicly mock her like it’s the nineties? While s

PETA to Bunnings: Ditch the Meat, Leave the Onions | News

Following the news that Bunnings is ramping up health and safety regulations for its iconic weekend sausage sizzles – by recommending that onion be placed underneath sausages to prevent any falling out and creating a slipping hazard – PETA has written to the hardware chain to point out that the onions aren’t the real snag for health and safety. Stray onions on the floor may cause the occasional slip, but it’s the sausage meat that poses the real danger: The World Health Organization has classif

PETA weighs in on meaty Bunnings issue

US-based group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) wrote to Bunnings managing director Michael Schneider urging the hardware chain to switch to vegan sausages. The request came after the warehouse chain advised community groups conducting the sausage sizzle fundraisers to place cooked onions under sausages to prevent slipping hazards from fallen onions. The seemingly simple directive caused national outcry for its perceived meddling in the creation of an iconic national food ite

RIP The Cliffsofmoher, Killed for Flemington "Entertainment" | News

The Cliffsofmoher has been killed after fracturing his right shoulder in the Melbourne Cup. This is not a freak accident. He is the 5th horse to die in as many years at the Melbourne Cup. In 2014 Admire Rakti collapsed and died in his stall after the race, and Araldo broke his leg and was euthanised. The following year Red Cadeaux shattered a leg and was killed on the track and last year, Regal Monarch died after a dramatic mid-race fall at Flemington. How many more fatalities will it take be

Calls for investigation into death of Melbourne Cup horse

There are calls for an investigation to be launched after The Cliffsofmoher became the latest victim of the Melbourne Cup. The Melbourne Cup was again marred by the death of a horse on Tuesday, this time the Irish-trained The Cliffsofmoher. The Aidan O’Brien-trained horse suffered a fractured shoulder during Tuesday’s race and had to be euthanised, Racing Victoria’s executive general manager – integrity services, Jamie Stier, said in a statement. “The horse received immediate veterinary care,

The Cliffsofmoher dies after suffering injury in Melbourne Cup

Irish visitor The Cliffsofmoher has been put down after a mishap passing the winning post the first time in the Melbourne Cup. The Caulfield Cup placegetter, trained by Aidan O'Brien, fractured a shoulder as he was approaching the turn out of the straight for the first time. Stablemate Yucatan was favourite and ran 11th in the race, which was won by Cross Counter, with Marmelo second and A Prince of Arran third. Jamie Stier, Racing Victoria's manager of integrity services, confirmed the news

Melbourne Cup: Irish galloper The Cliffsofmoher put down after serious injury

The Melbourne Cup has been marred by the death of Irish horse The Cliffsofmoher. Vets were forced to euthanise the horse after it broke down about 1000 metres into the 3200-metre race. Racing Victoria said the 5-year-old horse sustained a fractured right shoulder. “The horse received immediate veterinary care, however it was unable to be saved due to the nature of the injury sustained," Racing Victoria's Jamie Stier said. “This was an unfortunate incident that happens infrequently, with Vict

‘Sickening’ Australian wool practices revealed as industry defends treatment of animals

DISTURBING new footage has revealed animal cruelty in the Australian wool industry. Shearers can be seen violently punching and beating sheep with metal tools, kicking them, and leaving them unconscious in the video, released by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. The footage — branded “sickening” by PETA — was shot this year at four shearing sheds in Australia’s top wool-producing states of New South Wales and Victoria. Australian Wool Innovation, the leading authority in the wool-p
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