help needed to rescue and treat
injured in Victorian Bushfires.
Most would know by now of the incredible
tragedies in Victoria over the weekend
due to the bushfires.
Thankfully, so many people have donated
goods and money to help those people
affected by the fires.
One lesser known tragedy is the millions
of native animals killed or injured
in the fires. Wildlife carers in Victoria
are working tirelessly to save the
injured animals, some even despite
having lost their homes and loved ones.
These people need assistance
with food, medication and equipment
these animals, as well as petrol vouchers
to enable them to search for injured
donations can be made directly to:
Rescue & Protection
Stella and Alan Reid
C/- St Andrews Post Office
10 Caledonia Street
(Stella and Alan
lost their home, wildlife shelter
and animals in care over the weekend
to the bushfires.)
will add more as details become available.
courtesy Help For
to slaughter 30 more kangaroos
at Belconnen Naval Transmitter
have it on good authority that the
Department of Defence plans to slaughter
another 30 or the kangaroos that
survived the slaughter in May 2008.
have contacted Defence and made an
offer to relocate the 30 kangaroos
to other areas. As of January 29,
2009 we have received no formal reply
from Defence despite being told we
would be contacted before Christmas
information as it comes to light..
you need a reminder of the fate of
the 514 kangaroos slaughtered in
May 2008, look below. (Photos from
official ACT Government report.)
charges dropped against Canberra Protester.
have been dropped against a Canberra
woman accused of throwing rocks at
security guards at the BNTS site
during the May 2008 slaughter.
dates and information were regularly
changed by the accusers to try and
have an innocent citizen charged
with a serious criminal offence. Eventually,
Police prosecutors dropped all charges
after three hearings in the ACT Magistrates
court were adjourned for various