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Zeus Street Greek: food honestly and RSPCA Approved chicken this summer

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Sharing family recipes, serving joy and making food that feels like home is what Zeus Street Greek is all abo

Three essential tips for holidaying with pets

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Summertime means holidays for many Australians – that time of year when we set off for the beach, interstate to spend time with friends and family, or just take to the road to have a break from the

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Live sheep export – Timeline of events

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Sunday 8 April 2018 – Shocking footage of shee

How did the Boxing Day Test help free hens from cages? The answer might bowl you over

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Although the outcome of the Boxing Day Test may be better left forgotten by Aussie cricket fans, there was a different reason to celebrate the MCG being on a good wicket.

Five ways to add animal welfare to your Christmas spirit

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Christmas is just around the corner, bringing with it our annual chance to spend time with our family and friends – including our furry pals.

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These are the four red flags to watch for when looking for a pet online

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So, you’ve decided to get a new pet, and you want to do your research. Naturally, you turn to the internet, our go-to place for browsing before we shop.

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Read the full text of our open letter to the ASEL Committee

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[To the Chair of the Technical Advisory Committee, Review of the Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock]

Why big businesses like Sodexo are making the switch to cage-free eggs

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As the fight to free hens from battery cages continues, more and more companies are showing their support for animal welfare by sourcing cage-free eggs. 

Why cage free will help end the battery cage

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Many Australians like to eat eggs. On average, we’re eating over 15 million eggs a day and consumption is on the rise.

Taste and welfare go together, says the Coast Café Milton

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When Allysia Robinson, owner and operator of the Coast Café Milton first decided to serve higher welfare eggs, chicken and ham at the café, it wasn’t necessarily the norm.

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