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Dear Editor,   Victoria is again on stage-three lockdown, state borders are closed, and COVID-19 news is again accompanied by pictures of slaughterhouses.   Two workers have tested positive at JBS abattoir...

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The Editor,     Dear Editor,   Be grateful you weren’t born as a commodity. 56,000 sheep were due to be loaded on board a ship, transported over the equator in intolerable heat, only to meet a grisly...

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The Editor Dear Editor,   Frigid temperatures and cramped conditions have made meat-processing plants COVID-19 hotspots. Cedar Meats in Melbourne was recently closed down for a month after it recorded...

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The Editor, The Editor, Shock, horror: a bureaucrat who worked at DFAT’s Agricultural Development and Food Security section follows the social media pages of animal protection groups! Dr Julie Delforce—a...

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The Editor     Dear Editor,   This Sunday’s ABC Landline program—screened on television just in time for Mother’s Day lunch—presented some farming initiatives that were hard to swallow. The...

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The Editor,     Dear Editor,   The outbreak of COVID-19 at a Melbourne slaughterhouse shows the urgency of dumping the meat habit.   Slaughterhouses not only put workers and the public health at risk...

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The Editor,     "School's out for summer. School's out with fever."   Do you think Alice Cooper knew his 70s rock song about holidays would be so relevant in 2020? Thankfully, unlike the song,...

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The Editor,     Dear Editor,   Prime Minister Morrison has criticised the World Health Organisation for supporting the reopening of China's wet markets, one of which is widely considered to have...

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The Editor     Dear Editor,   Soon, Australians will be celebrating Easter, though likely in quieter conditions than usual. We will watch the typical images of fluffy chicks and colourful eggs from...
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