In Hen Pecked, Gary Steel discusses every conceivable aspect of sharing his life with a flock of hens. The first of this new series is a (platonic) love letter to his favourite feathered friend.
Gary Steel is tired of hearing pathetic unsolicited excuses.
Are plant eaters just an annoying, irrelevant cult?
Our courts are failing animals and perpetuating appalling attitudes towards animals.
Is a possum inherently less valuable than a cat? Why do we demonise unwanted animals as “pests”?
Daily life of the vegetarian #13 SO, FONTERRA IS extending its free milk in schools programme from its trial in Northland to the whole country next year. Fonterra chief Theo Spierings is against the idea of charity, and says it’s no more than a wise business decision for the mega-dairy […]
There’s something missing from the argument about alleged animal abuse during the filming of The Hobbit, says Gary Steel.
Gary Steel discovers another great South Indian restaurant, and drools all over his keyboard just thinking about it
Gary Steel indulgences in a vegan high tea at the Heritage
Daily life of the vegetarian #12 THERE’S NOTHING THAT gets my blood boiling – yes, vegetarians do have blood in them – more than meat industry representatives pouncing on any opposition to their murderous operations. Their modus operandi is a kind of steamrollering of oppositional points of view. If anyone […]