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national / animal rights / press release Thursday December 22, 2011 12:43 by ALiberation
(Please send in a submission to ban fur farming to furfarminsubmissions@agriculture.gov.ie See bottom of article for Dept of Agriculture Notice. This still isn’t on their website.) The animal rights group ALiberation have compiled a list of things that has happened in relation to the proposed ban of fur farming since the current government has come into office. (See Below) read full story / add a comment
Saying no to hunting cruelty
national / animal rights / press release Wednesday December 07, 2011 19:09 by Hunt saboteurs   text 23 comments (last - saturday december 17, 2011 09:29)   image 12 images
The Association of Hunt Saboteurs is offering a substantial cash reward in our bid to help enforce the ban on the despicably cruel practise of carted stag hunting read full story / add a comment
national / animal rights / news report Saturday December 03, 2011 12:49 by ARAN   image 3 images
ARAN, Respect for Animals and the Animal, Anima and Fur Free Alliance (FFA) have released the findings of a new 2011 undercover investigation into Ireland's shameful fur factory farms, showing that yet again, animal suffering, is still very much business as usual. The recently obtained footage from an Irish mink farm, reveals images of animal suffering, including painful injuries on mink's tails; cramped, aged and filthy cages riddled with the animal faeces, and more shockingly the images of stressed, traumatised and balding animals; which spotlights the stereotypical behavior associated with intensive farming. Ireland's government are seeking submissions into Irish fur farms which close on December 31. Getting straight to work, a giant mobile billboard shadowed the Department of Agriculture in Dublin with a message 'FUR FARMING: TIME FOR A BAN,' before taking to the streets to garner public. support. read full story / add a comment
Minister McEntee giving directions to Labour and Fine Gael
national / animal rights / news report Wednesday November 30, 2011 23:11 by ALiberation   text 4 comments (last - friday december 02, 2011 17:23)   image 5 images
ALiberation held a creative and illustrative photo-shoot on 29/11/2011 to highlight the influence Minister McEntee has over Fine Gael and the Labour Party. In the photo shoot a cross-roads has been reached, where a road sign points one way for “Ban Irish Fur Farms”, “Save Animals” and “Public Opinion” and in the very opposite direction, the road sign points to “Fur Farms”, “Animal Cruelty” and “200,000 Animals Killed Yearly”. Minister McEntee is seen pointing and directing both political parties towards the latter and away from the a ban of fur farms which would save the lives of approximately 200,000 Minks, Red Foxes and Arctic Foxes each year. Full Article here: http://www.vegaplanet.org/?p=653#more-653 read full story / add a comment
Protest against hare coursing at Edenderry, County Offaly
international / animal rights / press release Saturday November 26, 2011 00:14 by Ban Hare Coursing Now   image 1 image
Following confirmation by the government that the staghunt ban will remain, it's time now to outlaw hare coursing also read full story / add a comment
national / animal rights / press release Monday November 21, 2011 04:19 by ALiberation
Minister of State Shane McEntee appears to be trying again to make life worse for animals in Ireland. The question is will government coalition partners Fine Gael and the Labour Party go along with him. read full story / add a comment
Labour must keep its pledge not to allow return of staghunting
international / animal rights / press release Friday November 04, 2011 17:16 by AOHS   image 1 image
international / animal rights / news report Tuesday November 01, 2011 05:08 by Bird Rights   text 1 comment (last - tuesday november 01, 2011 21:18)
make the world more welcoming for traveling birds read full story / add a comment
Hares in their natural habitat...Michael D tried to have them protected by law
international / animal rights / opinion/analysis Monday October 31, 2011 17:32 by Protect our Hares   text 2 comments (last - tuesday november 01, 2011 14:36)   image 3 images
Michael D Higgins, our new President, was the first member of Ireland's parliament to push for a ban on live hare coursing read full story / add a comment
The "sport" of fox hunting
international / animal rights / opinion/analysis Friday October 28, 2011 18:01 by Ban fox hunting   text 8 comments (last - saturday february 03, 2018 16:07)   image 2 images
Foxhunting is set to shame Ireland yet again as animal baiters prepare to indulge in snob cruelty... read full story / add a comment
dublin / animal rights / press release Monday October 24, 2011 10:56 by Tina Cubberley
On Thursday 27th of October , TCD Animal Rights will be holding a protest against Trinity's disgusting abuse of animals for vivisection . We will be gathering at the science block entrance to the university , to educate the public about the cruelty hidden within the college walls , and to put pressure on scientists to drop animal torture as a method of so-called research . read full story / add a comment
cork / animal rights / news report Friday October 21, 2011 21:34 by ARAN   text 1 comment (last - saturday october 22, 2011 20:43)   image 1 image
October 29th is the big day in our campaign to push for Ireland to update it's outdated 100 year old Protection of Animals Act. We need new, proper, meaningful and modern legislation that reflects society's treatment towards animals and whilst this will be a tough challenge to achieve, we're deadly pressed to ensure we fight as hards as possible. read full story / add a comment
Ban Irish Fur Farms Banner, Dublin
national / animal rights / news report Wednesday September 28, 2011 18:30 by ALiberation   text 2 comments (last - thursday september 29, 2011 05:46)   image 6 images
ALibertion held a giant banner stating “Ban Irish Fur Farms!” over the O’Connell Bridge in Dublin on 27/09/2011. read full story / add a comment
galway / animal rights / press release Friday September 16, 2011 10:42 by Bernie Wright   text 3 comments (last - saturday september 17, 2011 14:17)   image 2 images
The AFAR group has been contacted by various people expressing their disgust at the prospect of an animal abusing event in Galway. Are Donkey derbys not a relic of bygone days?
This is the front page of the CURRENT Galway Independent. As part of a forthcoming "comedy" festival, radio presenter (Hector OhEochagáin) is publicising a Donkey Derby.
AFAR is totally opposed to cruel spectacles especially in light of the increasing number of horse and equine cases that have come to light.animal violations are increasing at an alarming rate as any one will confirm who is involved in animal protection.
This farce of bygone days shows lact of iniative and forethought and blatent disregard for sentient gentle animals.
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Hare coursing
national / animal rights / opinion/analysis Wednesday September 14, 2011 12:08 by Anti hare coursing   text 2 comments (last - friday september 16, 2011 20:43)   image 3 images
The ICC (Irish Coursing Club) is tearing itself apart! read full story / add a comment
donegal / animal rights / news report Tuesday September 13, 2011 16:30 by Eireann   text 2 comments (last - sunday september 10, 2017 02:40)   image 2 images
Tazetta Fur in Glenties murders around 50,000 Mink for the fur industry every year. They are kept in tiny cages and subject to horrific pain and suffering simply for fashion. Around 20 activists visited the Farm on the 12th September to Protest against their continued killing. read full story / add a comment
Death  on the tracks
waterford / animal rights / press release Friday August 19, 2011 13:10 by Bernie wright   text 5 comments (last - tuesday august 23, 2011 16:50)   image 1 image
AFAR would like to  strongly condemn the killing of four horses at Tramore Racetrack on Sunday . APPARENTLY …a combination of fast ground and tight bends contributed to an incident-filled four-day festival at Tramore last week but there was an unfortunate heavy toll on Sunday.
AFAR does not accept the weak excuses for these animals losing their lives and suffering needlessy in the name of profit and gambling. read full story / add a comment
Hare Coursing is dying...thankfully!
national / animal rights / press release Wednesday August 17, 2011 23:31 by Bernie Wright   text 1 comment (last - friday august 19, 2011 14:32)   image 2 images
We welcome today’s news for the sake of gentle coursed hares in the North of Ireland.  A six county BAN ON HARE COURSING IN EFFECT FROM TODAY! read full story / add a comment
Northern Ireland says NO to this...
national / animal rights / opinion/analysis Wednesday August 17, 2011 17:18 by Anti live hare coursing   image 2 images
Happy Days for the hares of the Six Counties! read full story / add a comment
international / animal rights / press release Sunday June 26, 2011 15:57 by Campaign to Abolish Animal Cruelty in Sport   text 1 comment (last - tuesday july 05, 2011 03:18)
The UK parliament has voted to ban wild animals from circuses. Lets do likewise in Ireland! read full story / add a comment
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