An application for the expansion of Wilrose Piggery in Netherby, near Maryborough, has been lodged with the Fraser Coast Regional Council. The expansion would allow the piggery to house around 16,000 pigs at any time.
UPDATE: 14 October 2021 Great news!! Sunshine Coast Council councillors voted strongly in favour of a motion to REJECT the puppy farm application for Diamond Valley Kennels puppy farm at Landsborough that would have housed 60 breeding dogs and produce hundreds of puppies every year.
An application for the expansion of SP Northern Farming Operations’ Piggery in Lundavra, near Goondiwindi, has been lodged with the Goondiwindi Regional Council. The expansion would allow the piggery to house around 110,000 pigs at any time and would make it one of the largest piggeries in...
An application for a new 10,000 sheep and 50,000 cow mega feedlot next to the Ula Ula State Forest has been lodged with the Balonne Shire Council. If approved, this feedlot will have a detrimental impact on the environment, the local ecosystem, as well as resulting in the confinement and suffering...
Thanks to everyone that made our July 2021 fundraiser such a success! Keep an eye out for more upcoming events! ---- Support the cause and enjoy a party at the same time!
Despite no evidence that they contribute to swimmer safety, Queensland uses shark nets and drumlines as part of its shark control program.
Updated 22 May 2021 The Queensland government is currently reviewing Queensland's Animal Care and Protection Act 2001 (ACPA). This is the first full review of Queensland's primary animal welfare legislation in 20 years.
2 May 2021 Animal Liberation Qld has today launched a new campaign to highlight the enormous impacts on animals and the environment of Australia's beef industry. Timed to coincide with the industry's flagship event - the Beef Australia expo - in Rockhampton, the campaign seeks to uncover the truth...
On Friday 26th February 2021, the NSW government moved to ban the captive breeding of cetaceans (which includes dolphins, whales, orcas and porpoises). This is great news and means that Queensland is now the only state in Australia with an active captive dolphin breeding facility.