START A PETITION 27,000,000 members: the world's largest community for good
START A PETITION
x

Chrissy's News

First Photos of Hospital Ship Centaur - Queensland, Australia
World  (tags: australia, queensland, qld, sunshine coast, wreck, ww2, war, japan, japanese, centaur, war memorial )

Chrissy
- 1806 days ago - news.com.au
AMAZING pictures taken more than 2km below the surface show the torpedoed hospital ship Centaur resting on the sea floor. The incredibly sharp images show the Centaur sitting on the sandy ocean bottom just over 2km down, the vessel listing at an angle of
Killer Sharks to Be Shot, Slaughtered - Western Australia
Animals  (tags: australai, wa, western australia, sharks, attacks, swimmers, beach )

Chrissy
- 1805 days ago - perthnow.com.au
ROGUE sharks that attack beachgoers this summer will be hunted down, shot in the head and sawed apart until their spines are severed. The Sunday Times can today reveal the graphic methods put in place by the WA Government's Shark Hazard Committee for deal
DNA Tags for Queensland's Future Child Criminals - Australia
Society & Culture  (tags: australia, queensland, qld, dna, criminals, juveniles, police )

Chrissy
- 1806 days ago - news.com.au
POLICE have taken DNA samples from almost 1300 children earmarked as the next generation of criminals. Figures obtained by The Sunday Mail under Right to Information legislation have revealed that in less than five years, police have collected DNA from
Vic Braces for Catastrophic Fire Danger - Australia
World  (tags: australia, victoria, vic, fire, fire danger, warning, weather )

Chrissy
- 1806 days ago - abc.net.au
Extreme weather conditions in Victoria have resulted in the state's first code red catastrophic fire warning. The warning covers the Wimmera region in the state's west, where the temperature is forecast to reach 42 degrees Celsius today and 43C tomorrow.
Death Stalks Wild Bush Horses Who Call Snowy Mountains Home - Australia
Animals  (tags: australia, snowy mountains, new south wales, nsw, brumbies, horses, deaths, shot, guns )

Chrissy
- 1807 days ago - theage.com.au
HIGH in the Snowy Mountains, a slain palomino lies rotting with her neck twisted in a grotesque position, up and back. It is how the mare fell when she was illegally shot at Christmas by a sniper still at large in the Bago and Maragle state forests, near
Alice Springs Residents Face Flood Evacuation - Australia
World  (tags: australia, alice springs, northern territory, nt, todd river, river, flooding, rain, evacuations )

Chrissy
- 1807 days ago - abc.net.au
Police are warning some Alice Springs residents to prepare to evacuate their homes because it is likely the Todd River in the town will flood this afternoon. The flood warning has been issued after a meeting of the Alice Springs Counter Disaster Committee
Shop Humane | RSPCA Australia | For All Creatures, Great & Small.
Animals  (tags: australia, rspca, humane, shop, animals, farming, crueltyanimalwelfare )

Chrissy
- 1807 days ago - rspca.org.au
Next time you're out shopping, keep an eye out for these producers approved under the RSPCA's Approved Farming Scheme. By choosing eggs and pork that have been produced humanely you will be helping the RSPCA improve the treatment of hens and pigs in Aus .
RSPCA Tasmania - Desex in the City Media Release
Animals  (tags: australia, rspca, cats, desexing, legislation, micro-chip, animalwelfare )

Chrissy
- 1807 days ago - rspcatas.org.au
RSPCA Tasmania's challenge is to de-sex and microchip 1,000 cats in the next seven weeks. With the new cat legislation currently in parliament, the RSPCA wants to prepare cat owners for the new regulations by saving them the cost of de-sexing and micro-
RSPCA Tasmania, Signs New Inspectorate Agreement With the State Government
Animals  (tags: australia, tasmania, rspca, state government, government, pets, dogs, cats, cruelty )

Chrissy
- 1807 days ago - rspcatas.org.au
RSPCA Tasmania has recently signed a new service agreement with the State Government to partially fund the Society's Inspectorate Service on an ongoing, recurrent basis. President and Launceston Veterinarian Dr Paul Swiatkowski, ...
Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot - Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Environment  (tags: australia, south australia, adelaide, animals, zoo, heatwave, record temps, water )

Chrissy
- 1865 days ago - abc.net.au
An estimated $4 million worth of hay has spontaneously combusted, animals at the zoo are being sprayed with water and politicians are clashing over water restrictions - Adelaide's heatwave is getting to everyone. Authorities are also concerned about healt
 
 
Content and comments expressed here are the opinions of Care2 users and not necessarily that of Care2.com or its affiliates.

butterfly credits on the news network

  • credits for vetting a newly submitted story
  • credits for vetting any other story
  • credits for leaving a comment
learn more
Chrissy N.

Chrissy N.
Chrissy's contributions:
Stories noted recently:
Stories submitted:
Chrissy's contributions
Stories submitted: 1997
Front Page stories: 957
Noted in Past Week: 0
Analyst Ratio* : 0%
* Analyst Ratio is based on success in Note-ing news stories in the past week that make the Front Page, before they are promoted to the Front Page.

care2 news network tools

News Network Bookmarklet

Submit stories from your browser toolbar with the easy to use Add to Care2 News! bookmarklet.

News Network Syndication

Get this page in RSS. Keep up to date with the Care2 News Network in your favorite RSS reader. Yahoo!, Newsgator, Bloglines, and more!
Find out how to subscribe!