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January 2022 Australian sheep need your URGENT help. The Australian government is now reviewing the live export of sheep to the Middle East in the hottest part of the year, known as the Northern Hemisphere Summer.
UPDATE 8/2/22 - Submissions on the proposed chicken factory farm have now closed. Thank you to the more than 2500 supporters who put in submissions. We will keep you updated of any next steps. Previously... 
An application for a new 10,000 sheep and 50,000 cow mega feedlot next to the Ula Ula State Forest near St George in outback Queensland was lodged with the Balonne Shire Council in June 2021.
December 2021 There is a new development application currently with the Scenic Rim Regional Council for a new puppy farm which would allow the applicants to keep up to 50 ‘breeding’ dogs at a time. This puppy farm would be located at Mount Walker, and would primarily breed so-called ‘designer’...
Our popular annual Christmas raffle is back! Get your tickets now for your chance to win over $550 worth of beer, wine and spirits (all vegan, of course). Drawn: Wednesday 15 December 2021 Prize Pack: Beer, Wine and Spirits Valued at over $550
10 November 2021 Gayle D'Arcy, Rodeo Campaign Director Calf roping is so controversial it’s already banned in Victoria and South Australia but unfortunately it was still on the 4 day Warwick Rodeo program at the end of last month.
Greyhound Racing Protest at Ipswich - Feb 2020
  The proposal has been endorsed by the Deputy Premier & Planning Minister, Steven Miles, and is currently being considered using a Ministerial Infrastructure Designation process - a process that side-steps local government. 
In October 2019 the Queensland government announced its support for a new $39 million greyhound racing track at Ipswich - the Greater Brisbane Greyhound Centre. Construction is expected to start in 2022 with first races to be held by the end of 2023 if this track goes ahead.

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