Far from the big cats of Africa, this former stray kitten has created the most unique role for himself. He’s become a comfort kitten helping scared and injured animals heal…
Staff at the Northfield Veterinary Hospital noticed little Ron’s special talent for calming other patients when he was rescued with three other kittens last month. When a highly aggressive and anxious cat was swiping at anyone that came near his carrier, Ron climbed on top. Within minutes the cat was purring and playing with Ron and happy to be treated.
Ron now lies with canine and feline patients waking up from surgery or simply going through tough times; occasionally even throwing in a complimentary massage. He may be small but it seems that Ron’s magical powers know no limit. This comfort kitten clearly has a lot of love to give…
The federal government is considering giving Indian owned Adani $1b loan to build a railway but won't help our farmers share if you think the government should cancel the loan and start helping our farmers
The Federal Government agency considering a $1 billion loan to mining giant Adani has refused a Freedom of Information (FOI) request for the dates and locations of its upcoming board meetings.
The government’s Northern Australia Infrastructure Fund (Naif) granted Adani “conditional approval” for a $1bn loan in December last year.
The NAIF was set up last year to offer up to $5 billion over five years to encourage private sector investment in developments such as ports, rail, energy and airports deemed in the public interest.
The Indian mining giant Adani has expressed interest in accessing some of the funds to subsidise a rail line to link its controversial multi-billion dollar Carmichael coal mining proposal in Queensland to the Abbot Point port. The rail line, if built, would allow Adani to build the country’s biggest coalmine and open up the Galilee Basin to further mines by linking them to an export terminal.
We're so happy to share the news we've found Oscar safe and well! Our recovery team were out in force across The University of Adelaide tonight and our eagle-eyed keeper Amelia spotted him in a tree having a snooze. Minutes later our team were on site and Oscar was reunited with his hum-animal friends. As soon as he got back to the aviary, he had a big drink of water. We'll all sleep better tonight knowing that he's ok. Thanks to our dedicated team for working round-the-clock to find him, and thanks to you for helping us bring Oscar home! 💚
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