Following the longest election campaign in Australia’s history, the nation is now facing another three years under the leadership of the Turnbull-led Coalition Government. So what does this mean for animals?
On 7 July 2016, Premier Mike Baird made the bold decision to bring an end to greyhound racing in NSW. The decision sets a precedent for other Australian jurisdictions, and reflects the importance of undercover investigations in exposing animal cruelty.
While Premier Baird’s decision is to be applauded, we are urging all supporters of the ban to help ensure it is passed into law.
NSW Premier Mike Baird’s decision to ban greyhound racing in NSW should be celebrated as a much-needed step in the right direction.
In the wake of the horrific sledgehammering of Australian cattle in Vietnam, Australia’s leading animal welfare groups are demanding an independent Inquiry into the live animal export regulatory system and its policing by the Department of Agriculture.
What will it take to bring an end to this trade? That's the question so many Australians will be asking our political leaders ahead of July's federal election.