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Immune response linked to natural DFTD recovery in a small number of wild Tasmanian devils

Funds raised by the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal have supported research that has seen evidence for the first time that some Tasmanian devils are capable of naturally recovering from the deadly Devil Facial Tumour Disease. read more...
Last published: 21/10/2016

Winner of Twisted Tax Tales Announced

The Success Tax Professionals’ Twisted Tax Tales Competition has focused on raising funds for the ‘Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal’ and providing recognition for talented writers. read more...
Last published: 05/09/2016

Devil Appeal welcomes new sponsorship agreement with AAT Kings

An Australian tour company has partnered with the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal to assist vaccine research that may ultimately protect Tasmania's iconic devils from the fatal Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD). read more...
Last published: 01/07/2016

Help the Devil Appeal to fulfill Ruth’s wish to create a single vaccine to halt DFTD

Ruth is the passionate and inspiring Tasmanian devil vaccine research team vet. She spends part of her working week with these amazing animals taking their blood and administering what we hope will be a life-saving vaccination. read more...
Last published: 16/06/2016

Tama zoo welcomes two Tasmanian devils

On Saturday 11 June, Tama Zoological Park, based just outside Tokyo, Japan, welcomed two Tasmanian devils as part of the Tasmanian Devil Ambassador Program (TDAP). read more...
Last published: 15/06/2016

The Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal Announce a new round of Devil Grants and Scholarships

The Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal is delighted to announce the outcomes from the 2015 Grants – an amazing $424,000 was awarded. read more...
Last published: 20/04/2016

New Tassie devil research published – Genetic diversity must be conserved

In 2013, researcher Dr Anna Brüniche-Olsen was awarded a Dr. Eric Guiler Tasmanian Devil Research Grant worth $35,000. This Grant was made possible through public donations received through the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal. Last week Anna, along with other contributors, published some of the findings. read more...
Last published: 16/03/2016

Devil Appeal mourns ambassador Jon English

It is with deep sadness the University of Tasmania received news of the passing of Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal Ambassador Jon English overnight. read more...
Last published: 10/03/2016

Short story competition supports the Tasmanian devil

A short story competition called Twisted Tax Tales has been launched, raising money for the DFTD vaccine research. read more...
Last published: 29/02/2016

Record breaking support of Black & White Day

Over $26,000 was raised in 2015's Black & White Day. read more...
Last published: 18/02/2016
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