Deborah's Diary

Deborah's Diary

Hi everyone and welcome to 2015. Australia goes to sleep over the Christmas period, basically until Australia Day on 26 th January, but we are now back, awake and ready to go. Are you ready to help ... read more
AKF is getting ready for Christmas and in a few days, Matthew is going to send you a video that will show what an incredible year we have had with our team and our endeavours to save the Koala. What ... read more
I have a new catchphrase “Koala Diplomacy”. It was coined by a BBC journalist in his wrap up of the G20 recently held in Brisbane. The group were supposed to talk economics but really I think the ... read more
The AKF has been busy writing two Senate Submissions and they will be made public once the Senate Committee has approved their contents. In both of these documents we have highlighted the complete ... read more
Since my last Diary, there has been two articles dealing with the death of a National Parks Officer. Sydney Morning Herald Link The Australian Link This is a sobering story for all concerned, but it ... read more
Save the Koala Month is coming up and I do hope that many of you will find the time to spread the word about the AKF, and our mission to get a Koala Protection Act for the Koala. Our fundraising idea ... read more
I just counted up how many emails I have sent to either the Federal Minister, Mr. Greg Hunt ( [email protected] ) or his senior staff over the last few months. It is approximately 30 and they ... read more
Hello to all our supporters, I decided to write a "happy" email today because the last couple of months have been pretty joyous from the AKF's point of view and of course I mean worldwide publicity ... read more
Hello to all Koala lovers, Today I wrote the following letter to 127 federal politicians who have their electorate in Koala habitat. Many of the electorates have now lost their Koala population ... read more
As you are likely aware, the Koala was listed as a federal species under the Federal Government’s Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act in May 2012. Finally there was some ... read more