A proposal by university professor Dr John Hadley to grant endangered animals property rights has caused a number of farmers groups and ecologists to react. Jamesina McLeod reports.
The number of indigenous fishermen on the NSW south coast has fallen to just eight and the 125 year old tradition is now in danger of disappearing. Daniel Walsh writes.
There is a silent killer taking over Sydney’s harbour. Jessica Hynes writes about the spread of Caulerpa taxifolia and how it affects biodiversity in our harbour.
Man’s best friend is facing a crisis as puppy farming rapidly becomes one of Australia’s most pressing animal welfare problems. Christie Sinclair reports.
A cloudseeding program in the Snowy Mountains may become a permanent fixture if the NSW government gives its approval. Michael Kermode reports.
In part two of Audrey Lee‘s shark investigation, she learns about why man continues to threaten this magnificent predator of the seas. Image: Andrew Fung
Last month’s shark attack in Western Australia has many believing the myth that all sharks are killers. But experts say man does more damage to sharks than the other way around. Image: Terry Goss. By Audrey Lee.
Erika Tumambing reports on the silent heroes of Australian wildlife and the struggles they must overcome to save the country’s native animals. Image: Pip_Wilson
In the second part of Anna Hager’s investigation, she looks at what is being done to cultivate the Bluefin tuna industry from near collapse.
Shocking facts have been revealed about the global depletion of the stock of all three bluefin tuna species in recent times. Anna Hager investigates.
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