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Dear Editor,   When I was at school, back in the sixties, we were given little bottles of cows’ milk every day. By the time recess came around, they were warm and probably swarming with bacterial infections,...
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Dear Editor,   As COVID-19 restrictions start to ease, part of our "new normal" involves admitting that human exploitation of animals caused the coronavirus pandemic. Global outbreaks of swine flu and...
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Dear Editor,   One of Australia's biggest meat corporations says JobSeeker is too generous!   Some of us might imagine that paying the rent or mortgage and feeding the family on $550 a week (soon...

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Dear Editor,   What the world does not need now is another pandemic. Yet in Victoria, hundreds of thousands of chickens, turkeys and even emus are now being killed in the hope that wholesale carnage can...
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Dear Editor,   The latest Victorian COVID-19 key outbreak data lists twelve hotspots, of which six are in the business of killing animals for meat. These six companies account for over two thirds of the...
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Dear Editor,   Hundreds of COVID-19 cases have been linked to Victorian slaughterhouses, but the new stage four restrictions allow them to stay open while, throughout the State, people are losing their...

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Dear Editor,   After yet another COVID-19 outbreak connected to a slaughterhouse, Coles has warned customers that it may subsequently run out of meat products. What a great time to drop our society’s...
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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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