ALQ in the news
A VEGAN climate change billboard has been rejected by Queensland Rail allegedly because it “blames the agriculture industry for climate change”.
ANIMAL Liberation Queensland claim a racehorse listed as 'active' by Racing Australia is among one of the eight surviving horses on a Toowoomba region property.
The animal rights group also claims to have identified five racehorses out of the 22 horses found dead.
The Federal government is threatening to ‘legislate and lock-up’ anyone who incites criminal activity against farmers. Privacy laws have been changed too, threatening fines up to 420- thousand-dollars for breaches of the act. But will this change the tactics of vegan activists? Kerry speaks to...
By Andrea Macleod, Redlands Community News
AS A vegan and having been a vegetarian previously for 30 years, I find myself in a deeply depressed state. Perhaps, and although I have not been involved in the protests, my thoughts are indeed “militant” by the new government...
Channel 7 TV news coverage of our rodeo protest at Eatons Hill Rodeo on 6 April.
A Darling Downs feedlot defends its animal welfare standards after photos emerge of dead stock at the facility;
The interview with Bryce Camm from the Feedlot starts at 01:00, followed by Chay Neal from ALQ and goes through to 10:35.
6th Feb 2018
FORMING a blockade of signs that read 'stop killing animals' metres from the front grill of a B-double truck, animal activists stopped a truck full of cattle from entering a meatworks.
28th October 2014
PLENTY of Sunshine Coast Daily readers have weighed in on the greyhound racing debate but where do you stand? Take a read of what they say and let us know.