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Enrichment centre donates pouches to koala hospital
Enrichment centre donates pouches to koala hospital2 December 2004

The Enrichment Centre students at the Maleny Primary School have been hard at work during Term 4 working on their Community Service Project.

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How much can a koala bear?
How much can a koala bear?21 November 2004

Lionhearted effort to help our injured wildlife. Before my very eyes, staff and volunteers flock to aid a koala, bloodied and battered after it had been hit by a motor vehicle.

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Australia Zoo fundraising
Australia Zoo fundraisingOct - Dec 2004

The world famous Australia Zoo is known for crocodiles, Steve Irwin, and it's amazing efforts towards conservation of all wildlife.

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Wounded roo and joey reunite after attack
Wounded roo and joey reunite after attack 9 October 2004

Sporting a look only a mother could give her child, the kangaroo that almost died from an arrow wound during the week welcomed her baby back with relief yesterday.

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Outrage over roo pierced by arrow
Outrage over roo pierced by arrow8 October 2004

An Australia Zoo vet is calling for a ban on crossbow hunting after saving a wounded kangaroo with an arrow piercing through its body from a cruel death yesterday.

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Injured koalas flood new wildlife hospital
Injured koalas flood new wildlife hospital3 October 2004

A new Sunshine Coast facility for treating injured and sick wildlife has been inundated with patients – and it hasn't even been officially opened yet.

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Animal hospital calls for help
Animal hospital calls for help 22 September 2004

Frogs jammed in doors, koalas hit by cars, joeys left orphaned – all in a day's work at the Steve Irwin Conservation Foundation's Koala and Wildlife Hospital.

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Big Bertha draws the crowds
Big Bertha draws the crowds 25 September 2004

Locals and visitors took full advantage of the Coast climate last night and turned out in droves at the Mooloolaba State School oval to spend an evening gazing at Big Beautiful Bertha.

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Taking care of wildlife
Animal hospital calls for help 16 September 2004

Some readers may remember the photos and story about my visit to the Steve Irwin Conservation Foundation’s Koala & Wildlife Hospital and they recently issued a media release and invitation for a visit, which I had already made. It was headed with the amusing cartoon which we have reproduced here.

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The Koala and Wildlife Hospital needs your help
The Koala and Wildlife Hospital needs your help26 August 2004

Did you know that Australia Zoo's Koala and Wildlife Hospital is providing care to 39 injured koalas and they are not officially open yet? The hospital began in March to collect sick, injured or orphaned koalas and bring them to a state-of-the-art facility.

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'Bionic' koala a hospital success
Bionic' koala a hospital success13 August 2004

Wildlife hospital treats 41 injured and mauled koalas in a month. When Steve the koala arrived at Australia Zoo's Koala and Wildlife Hospital in April with multiple breaks to his pelvis, jaw and arm, staff didn't expect him to last the night.

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Hospital dines out on frog's leg operation
Hospital dines out on frog's leg operation11 June 2004

In France they eat them, but at Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo on the Sunshine Coast they prefer them alive and hopping. Which is why a very dedicated team at the Zoo's animal hospital has performed what could be a world first.

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Just the ticket for new movie and tiger cubs
Just the ticket for new movie and tiger cubs
26 March 2004

What better way to spend a Saturday than combining the chance to meet the three beautiful Bengal tigers from Australia Zoo with a special preview screening of Mike Myers' latest flick The Cat In The Hat?

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