Despite no evidence that they contribute to swimmer safety, Queensland uses shark nets and drumlines as part of its shark control program.
Now that COVID-19 pandemic restrictions are starting to be lifted we will be reopening our shop in the Annerley Arcade every Friday and Saturday 9am-2pm from 5th & 6th June. We are open:
We drew our Mother's Day Raffle on Saturday 9th May. Congratulations to winner Maritta Blake! Thank you to everyone who has supported our raffle by buying tickets.
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.
In stark contradiction to the new restrictions passed down by the federal government, the racing industry has been allowed to continue, despite new social distancing laws.
Over recent months governments have proposed a range of laws to target activists who seek to expose animal cruelty and educate the public. These laws have been proposed by the federal government as well as at the state level by several state governments.
February 2020 Our new billboard launched in Fortitude Valley in February 2020, following the devastating bushfires in Victoria and NSW, drawing the link between animal agriculture and climate change.
Our state is experiencing increasingly detrimental effects of climate change. Drought, bushfires, storms that are increasing in severity and unprecedented floods.