Sydney Swans cancel swim with dolphins at Coffs Harbour marine park

February 6, 2015 by Simon King  

The Australian

THE Sydney Swans have done what the ABC would not and bowed to public pressure over their involvement with a dolphin entertainment park. The Swans were scheduled to swim with the exhibits at Dolphin Marine Magic in Coffs Harbour yesterday morning — including a 45-year-old dolphin called Bucky who is in remission from cancer — but cancelled under a barrage of complaints from concerned fans. DMM is under investigation by the Department of Primary Industries…
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Red Cove Day

September 1, 2014 by Australia for Dolphins  

Australia for Dolphins

In announcing a “Red Cove Day”, Australia for Dolphins is acknowledging the brutal slaughter of dolphins and small whales that takes place at the infamous cove in Taiji, Japan.
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Blue Cove Day

September 1, 2014 by Australia for Dolphins  

Australia for Dolphins

A Blue Cove Day means that the “fishermen” in Taiji, Japan, have not been successful in their mission to hunt dolphins.
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Australian Activist Takes Taiji to Court

July 7, 2014 by Alexandra Evans  

One Green Planet

Sarah Lucas, head of the group Australia for Dolphins, wanted to enter the Taiji Whale Museum in February, but a ticket officer showed them a sign with large English letters that read: “No anti-whalers are allowed inside the museum.” Now, Lucas is seeking seven million yen (that’s $69,000 USD) in damages over claims that include she and her father were “rudely and aggressively escorted” from the Taiji Whale Museum. “I believe the museum had no…
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Australia activist takes Japan dolphin slaughter town to court

July 5, 2014  

AFP

Tokyo (AFP) - A court case pitting an Australian activist against a Japanese town known for its annual dolphin hunt got under way Friday with allegations that the campaigner was thrown out of a marine museum.
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Aussie Takes Japanese Dolphin Killing Town to Court

July 5, 2014 by Wendy Laursen  

The Maritime Executive

The first legal hearing in the court case against Taiji Whale Museum began on Friday. The lawsuit asserts that the Taiji Whale Museum violated the Japanese constitution when it turned away foreign visitors earlier this year due to their appearance.
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