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Mars Comedy Pet Photographer of the year revealed

Elke Vogelsang scooped first prize for a hilarious photo of rescue dog Noodles.
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Chatter box Defra has extended the deadline for applications for the 100 Million Zoo Animals Fund until 26 February 2021.

Launched in June 2020, the fund provides financial support for zoos and aquariums that have experienced a drop in income caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Grants of up to 730,000 are available, which can be used to pay for essential costs and maintenance, including veterinary care, medicines, animal feed and staffing.

More information about the fund and details of how to apply can be found hereChatter box

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Equine News
First ever vet nurse appointed BSAVA regional chair and council representative

Emma Gerrard to represent vet's views in Cymru/Wales
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Winners of Hill's Pet Nutrition Nurse Awards revealed

Hard-working nurses and nursing teams celebrated during difficult year
Nutrition course joins Vet Nurse Merit Awards

Course will discuss the role of nutrition in life stage and clinic disease management.
Virtual veterinary nursing ceremony to welcome new registrants

Event will celebrate newly-qualified VNs.
Blue Cross reveals its Vet Nurse of the Year

Blogger and RSPCA vet nurse awarded for dedication to animal welfare
BVNA Awards winners revealed

This is Us 2020 event recognises excellence in the profession
University launches free online resource for vet nurses

New educational tool aims to boost vet nurses' skills
Finalists revealed for BVNA awards

Winners to be announced during virtual event
BVNA launches three new awards for online event

New categories to highlight excellence in the profession
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APHA confirms eighth case of highly pathogenic avian influenza in England

The Animal & Plant Health Agency (APHA) has identified an eighth case of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N8 in poultry in England.

Confirmed on Tuesday (15 December), the outbreak was found in captive birds and poultry at a premises near Willington, South Derbyshire. A 3km Protection Zone and a 10km Surveillance Zone have been placed around the infected premises to limit the risk of the disease spreading.

Further information about the outbreaks and the latest government advice can be found at gov.uk

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