Welfare

The incredible work Warrington Animal Welfare did in 2021

A WARRINGTON charity has seen a significant increase in the number of animals it has cared for in the past year. A Warrington Animal Welfare (WAW) volunteer said the charity is often “packed” and the number of calls they receive each day has “skyrocketed”. From January 2021 to October 2021, …

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Bail set at $ 5 million for man accused of killing social worker while checking child’s home

Bond has been set at $ 5 million for a man arrested and charged with the murder of an Illinois social worker who was stabbed to death during a home visit on Tuesday. Benjamin Reed, 32, was arrested on charges of first degree murder, aggravated bodily harm and unlawful duress …

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Native American children’s advocate to speak at Mississippi conference

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail CHOCTAW, Mississippi (AP) – A Native American child protection advocate will be the keynote speaker in February at an annual conference hosted by the only federally recognized Native American tribe in Mississippi. Sandy White Hawk will speak at the 10th Annual Indian …

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Canada Reaches First Nations Child Welfare Compensation Agreement

By Adam Frisk, Producer, CTVNews.ca Click here for updates on this story HALIBURTON, Ont. (CTV Network) – The federal government has reached a deal to resolve a long-standing dispute over the First Nations child welfare system, CTV News confirmed on Saturday. Ottawa and child welfare advocates have reached a compensation …

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Nevada County Police Blotter: Authorities Respond to Multiple Welfare Calls

NEVADA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE Thusday 7:36 am – A caller on Clover Valley Road, near Rainbow Road, reported receiving a text from their partner saying “I need help”. She hadn’t heard from the person since Monday. 8:28 a.m. – A caller near the Banner Mountain and Lonesome Dove trails reported …

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Governor of Gombe reiterates commitment to judicial independence and the welfare of officers

Segun Awofadeji in Gombe Gombe State Governor Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya reiterated his administration’s commitment to ensuring a strong and independent judiciary in order to facilitate the administration of justice as well as the overall transformation of the judicial arm of government. Yahaya said so yesterday at a special court session …

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“Just impossible” – Mikel Arteta on player welfare and integrity of competition issues

Mikel Arteta says it is impossible to accomplish both protecting the well-being of players and ensuring the integrity of the competition during the holiday season amid the Covid-19 pandemic. A series of postponements over the holiday season has brought to light the dense game schedule during the holiday season, and …

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LEONA MISSING UPDATE: Police ‘increasingly concerned’ over welfare of 12-year-old Leona Peach of Newton Abbot

Print and digital download photos available If you have seen Leona, or know her whereabouts, please immediately call the police on 999. POLICE are increasingly concerned for the well-being of 12-year-old Leona Peach, who has been reported missing in the Newton Abbot area, and are asking her to make contact. …

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Only Rs 400 allocated to tribal welfare in the supplementary budget of deputies, allege deputies of Congress

The last day of the Madhya Pradesh Assembly’s winter session saw repeated disruptions from congressional members of the tribal community who alleged that Shivraj Singh’s government was gradually cutting the budget for their community in the past. over the years. Waving Rs 400 in cash inside and outside the House, …

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Better knowledge of equine behavior could improve well-being, performance and safety

INCREASING and applying knowledge of equine behavior that may indicate pain could improve horse well-being and performance, as well as rider safety. Sue Dyson, former head of orthopedics at the Animal Health Trust, discussed the range of uses for her Riding Horse Pain Ethogram (RHpE) at the Saddle Research Trust …

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