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Labor slams the government following greyhound reform report

LABOR heavyweights Luke Foley and Michael Daley have slammed the government following the release of the NSW Greyhound Industry Reform Panel’s report. Speaking on Thursday,...

Powers of commissions always need careful scrutiny

THE current spate of arguments calling for the NSW Premier to sack or stand down the chief of ICAC for improper or even illegal behaviour...

Special Commission’s aims are still unclear

THE thing with the Special Commission is that you can’t be sure what it is trying to do. Every so often, the big chief –...

Tabcorp + Tatts/Ubet = a non starter for now

NOT for the first time, Tabcorp and Tatts/Ubet have been talking about a merger, thereby giving the country a single tote-TAB operator. It was on...

Is the Government also to blame for live baiting?

AFTER taking a month off, the NSW Special Commission will re-start public hearings this week, concentrating on the “life of a racing greyhound, injuries and...

Ignorance is no defence

RECENT reactions from readers bring up vitally important points about the nature of greyhound racing and how we deal with both welfare and business matters....

Angry stories will never work

AS SOMEONE once said, what we have here is a failure to communicate. From all points of the compass, what is emerging is that the...

Judgement day will come, but not just yet

IF LIVE baiting was not a lead story before, it certainly is now – and deservedly so. The Sydney Morning Herald wrote three news pieces...

Greyhound Racing Wins A Few Battles

There is little doubt that the NSW parliamentary Inquiry has produced terrific results for greyhound racing. Several battles have been won although the war has...

Insight Into The Findings And Recommendations Of The Parliamentary Inquiry

The Select Committee on Greyhound Racing in NSW (Committee) has released its First Report (Report). The Committee has made two findings and 18 recommendations. ARG...