Elise Burgess During this time of celebration for all things Australian, we are being urged to eat our national emblem in the name of patriotism.
Lema Samandar Kangaroos used in a university experiment will be caged and suffer extreme distress from confinement, Animal Liberation says.
A Queensland senior constable could face disciplinary action after being served with an infringement notice over the killing of more than 20 kangaroos on a south-east Queensland property.
Ron Cerabona One of the enduring overseas jokes about Australia is that our towns and cities have kangaroos hopping down the streets. In Canberra, at least, it's not a joke.
Ben Cubby ENVIRONMENT A LARGE and unpublicised cull of kangaroos has taken place on Mount Panorama to keep the animals away from next week's Bathurst 1000 car race.
Saffron Howden Police are investigating how a bed and breakfast owner got a bullet through his dining room window opposite a state forest the NSW government recently opened for bow hunting.
At long last she's appeared - the first Goodfellow's tree kangaroo joey born in captivity in more than 20 years at Sydney's Taronga Zoo.
Hamish Boland-Rudder Lazing in the middle of a kangaroo mob just a half hour drive from city suburbs is a truly incredible tale of survival, rarely seen in the animal kingdom: an albino kangaroo that has survived beyond...
Anne Tarasov A western Sydney community has vowed to keep fighting to keep the last wild emu population living in the Sydney metropolitan area from being relocated by a housing developer.
John Thistleton Of all the things that could have wiped out giant animals in Australia's south-east, climate change wasn't one of them.
The bird, depicted in red ochre, stands with its awkward hammer of a head stretched far forward of its stocky body and massive thighs.
Michael Inman and Stephanie Anderson Animal rights activists have launched another legal bid to disrupt the capital's controversial kangaroo cull.
Stephanie Anderson Professional shooters may fail in reaching their target for the capital’s annual kangaroo cull by the July 31 deadline, following repeated legal delays by activists.
David Ellery Native and feral animals are flocking to our road verges in search of a free meal as dry weather grips the region after three seasons of plenty.
Meat from endangered whales caught by Icelandic hunters is being sold in Japan as luxury dog treats, environmental campaigners said Tuesday.
Stephanie Anderson Protesters will gather to rally against the culling of kangaroos in the capital as the ACT Government remains tight-lipped about its plans for the annual operation.
Christopher Knaus, Peter Jean, Stephanie Anderson The government has promised not to begin its cull of almost 1500 kangaroos until at least Wednesday,
Ben Cubby Polluted water appears to be leaking from an artificial lake at a troubled coal seam gas drilling site in the Pilliga Forest, in north-west NSW.
Christopher Knaus Protesters say they will attempt to dig up burial pits on kangaroo cull sites to expose their true nature.
Ben Cubby The NSW government is prosecuting the gas company Santos, which manages the Pilliga drilling sites in north-west NSW, over a spill of contaminated water and failures to lodge environmental management...