Deborah's Diary

Deborah's Diary

Yesterday, one of our long term supporters Colin popped into the office and talked about many things with me. He is a wise and very curious man and as always I learnt a great deal from him. The one ... read more
Nearly two months since I have written and all I can say right now is that I continue to be dismayed at the lack of commitment by our political leaders about the protection of the environment and all ... read more
Last week, the Board and I with our team and trusted volunteers went to Quinlans for a 5 day strategic planning time so we can set our course for 2013 and beyond. Our future is very clear – a Koala ... read more
Welcome back to my Diary and in 2013 we are going to be full steam ahead working towards a Koala Protection Bill and then a Koala Protection Act. In coming weeks the draft document will be in our ... read more
Christmas is nearly upon us and I do hope that you are ordering your gifts from our Catalogue. If you haven’t received one, email us and we can send it out. Since my last Diary a lot has happened, ... read more
Hurricane Sandy is still pounding the East Coast of America and Australians are sending prayers and well wishes to those that are suffering at the hands of Mother Nature. Both our continents know the ... read more
One of my routines, here at AKF is to read each and every Koala carers newsletter from around the country. I have done that since day dot – 1st February, 1988. Over those many years I have seen the ... read more
Happy Save the Koala Month to everyone. We hope you are out celebrating how much you love Koalas and in doing so, raise much needed funds for our work. Remember, the AKF never takes any sort of ... read more
Over the weekend I spent several hours on the phone to United States attorneys about the Koala Protection Bill. As you know AKF has wanted this for many years and I am now convinced that it is ... read more
I am back in Australia and very glad to be home. Sometimes though, looking at things from far away can give you new perspectives and I must confess I have returned home, like all Australians very ... read more