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Why Camp Dogs matter – introducing the NT’s new Animal Protection Act

Why Camp Dogs matter – introducing the NT’s new Animal Protection Act

"Lupo was a very large bull mastiff looking dog that was white, except when as kids one time decided to dye him blue or purple with gentian violet ... Maybe he was the Boundless Possible dog": Scott McConnell MLA

Word of the Day: Mantharre (Death Adder)

Word of the Day: Mantharre (Death Adder)

If the death adder bites you on the leg it holds on for good and you die, the snake as well.

Vale Judy Napangardi Watson, 1925 – 2016 – Warlpiri artist and force of nature

Vale Judy Napangardi Watson, 1925 – 2016 – Warlpiri artist and force of nature

Many Warlpiri, like Judy Napangardi, elected to use the wildest, most inventive of palettes to represent their country and as a means of re-affirming their relationship with it

“I will have the Police shoot your Dog” – animal management in the NT

“I will have the Police shoot your Dog” – animal management in the NT

This brings us back to the Notice at the Nyirripi Store and begs the following question. Has anyone bothered to ask the locals if they want the Police to shoot their dogs? No? I thought not.

Campdog of the week – “Stripe” aka “Buckley”

Campdog of the week – “Stripe” aka “Buckley”

This is “Stripe“, who ended up with Gloria Morales, an animal carer that works at the Warlukurlangu Artists cooperative in Yuendumu – a remote community about 300 kilometres north-west 0f Alice Springs.

Interview with Jan Allen, AMRRIC Program manager

Interview with Jan Allen, AMRRIC Program manager

AMRRIC is covering a wider field now in that we are trying to help out with not only facilitating vets into communities but also to help the local Shires with legislation, trying to increase awareness at the Federal government level of the problems with animal management nationally and we are also trying to increase education of the community.

Camp Dog of the week: “Ding” the Dingo Pup

Camp Dog of the week: “Ding” the Dingo Pup

He must have been a lot more relaxed being held by me because he started eating like crazy and nearly ate my fingers as I was holding the chicken neck! He was very skinny, with bones showing through his skin and I could count all of his ribs..

Warlukurlangu – taking the desert to (New) Delhi

Warlukurlangu – taking the desert to (New) Delhi

So here we are a few years down the track.. the global economy has crashed, gloom and doom all around and we are spending a bloody fortune going half way around the world to try to flog a few pics...