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News - October 2009

Two important meetings take place in Brussels

26th October 2009

Earlier in October Max Farrugia, International Animal Rescue's representative in Malta, attended two important meetings in Brussels: a meeting of ENDCAP which seeks to end the keeping of wildlife in captivity in Europe and a meeting of PIE - Pets in Europe - which is proposing a charter for the... read more »

Fun had by all at sponsored dogwalk and thanksgiving service

16th October 2009

On 11 October members of IAR's team and local supporters took part in a sponsored dogwalk followed by an Animal Thanksgiving Service at St Margaret's Church in Buxted, East Sussex. The event was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone, with about 40 dogs taking part in the walk and the service, with a... read more »

UK campaign against Japanese dolphin slaughter mounts London vigil

9th October 2009

The UK campaign against the shocking slaughter of dolphins in Japan will be holding a vigil outside the Japanese Embassy in London on 21 October. Staff and supporters of International Animal Rescue and British Divers Marine Life Rescue will be taking part in the vigil which is timed to coincide... read more »

Conservationists fuming at low fines for bird trappers in Malta

6th October 2009

Bird conservationists reacted angrily today when a Malta court sentenced a man to a fine of 600 Euros after he was found guilty of animal cruelty and being illegally in possession of 75 strictly protected wader birds. The Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS) which works in partnership with... read more »

Bird guards in Malta record nearly 500 offences in three weeks

5th October 2009

Bird guards from the Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS) left Malta on 4 October after three weeks of operations. From 11 September onwards up to seven teams were deployed daily. Their task was to record offences against hunting and bird protection regulations. Although the activists were only... read more »


5th October 2009



5th October 2009


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