Art as activism was not cool when Lisa Roet began her career but her work has gained acclaim worldwide.
- by Kerrie O'Brien
A NSW farmer who was the subject of an aborted RSPCA prosecution for animal cruelty at his former piggery is now running a cattle farm on the same property and stands accused of "even more egregious infliction of suffering".
- by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
A Racing Victoria proposal to phase out the use of the whip in races, which was tabled at a Racing Australia board meeting, has been reinforced by the release of an RSPCA report.
- by Damien Ractliffe and Michael Lynch
With tourism and safaris stalled, national parks in poor African and South American countries are under serious threat.
- by Greg Callaghan
Two decades ago this Monday news broke of a horse cull, spurring a backlash that still reverberates in NSW politics.
- by Nick O'Malley
No charges will be laid against the operators of a backyard slaughterhouse at Koo Wee Rup after the Agriculture Department closed its investigation into reports of cruelty and biohazard breaches.
- by Erin Pearson
The RSPCA and police have swooped on two farms following allegations of cruelty and breaches of NSW dog breeding rules.
- by Fergus Hunter and Laura Chung
Environment Minister Sussan Ley thinks Australians choosing fashion made from exotic animals would raise eyebrows about the ethics of their decisions.
- by Katina Curtis
An exporter has partly blamed coronavirus restrictions, saying Australian staff who normally travelled overseas to monitor the treatment of sheep were not present before and during Eid this year.
- by Latika Bourke