Shocking images have emerged of dead horses littering the Snowy River in Kosciuszko National Park.
A new senate inquiry into the growing impacts of deer, pigs and goats in Australia will put a national spotlight on the destruction wrought by these feral animals.
The NSW Government is putting motorists’ lives at risk by failing to tackle the state’s growing feral deer problem.
The Townsville Yellow Crazy Ant Community Taskforce is recruiting locals to join its push to rid Billabong Sanctuary of one of the world’s top 100 worst invasive species.
Today’s announcement by federal agriculture minister David Littleproud to establish an office of environmental biosecurity will better prepare Australia to prevent and respond to new harmful pest, weed and disease invasions.
The NSW Government turned Australia into a global laughing stock last night when it passed legislation protecting destructive feral horses in Kosciuszko National Park.
NSW Labor’s pledge to protect the Snowy Mountains from ecologically destructive feral horses puts science and common sense first.
A new biosecurity levy announced in the budget gives the federal government the fighting fund it needs to keep new environmental invaders out of Australia.
Global leaders in insect invasion biology are in Melbourne this week to war game Australia’s next alien insect invaders.
Plans by a re-elected Tasmanian Liberal government to allow recreational deer hunting in world heritage national parks will have little effect on slowing the spread of feral deer.
Tassie author Nic Gill has been awarded one of our Froggatt Awards for her extraordinary book Animal Eco-Warriors.
A ground-breaking review of Australia’s national biosecurity system has earned its authors one of this year’s Froggatt Awards.
Our ‘dirty dozen’ is a list of some of the most dangerous overseas plants and animals to have evaded Australia’s environmental border controls.
A small levy on sea and air cargo could be used to develop a biosecurity fighting fund that puts a halt to the growing list of dangerous pests and diseases slipping into Australia.
The Queensland invasive species scorecard released today shows that the Greens, then Labor have the strongest commitment to protecting the sunshine state from ferals, weeds and pests.