Australians' attitude towards sharks is contributing to the decline of this magnificent species, writes Tim Winton.
The NSW government is playing God: using an economic rationalist algorithm to decide which threatened animals it will save and which species it will not invest in protecting.
The fate of a species can hang on an equation.
The little penguins who call the St Kilda breakwater home love their anchovies. The oily fish is their meal of choice, accounting for up to 78 per cent of their diet.
Fairfax Media shared the top prize on Thursday night at the annual Voiceless Awards, which recognise contributions to animal protection.
He has a world record for freediving, holds his breath underwwater for minutes at a time, and dives with great whites for fun and science. Meet the remarkable William Winram.
For the first time in 70 years a koala has been sighted in the upper Blue Mountains, near Wentworth Falls.
It is one unexpected effect of the unseasonably hot spring: litters of unwanted kittens.
Thousands of healthy greyhound puppies are disappearing, presumed killed, every year, but their deaths are not reported or investigated by the $144 million greyhound racing industry.
Just one shark attack in 50 years: does Queensland have a better protection system for swimmers and surfers than NSW?
Where to go, what to do this weekend!
Christmas lights snaps and a map for lovers of all things Christmas.
It was the 6th Annual Santa Paws event held by the Animal Welfare League Far South Coast Branch ...