Infrastructure Reform

Greyhound Racing Victoria mishandles a PR j-curve

The GRV publicity machine has been working overtime in recent months in an effort to counter past and possible future criticism of industry performance –...

Somersaults continued ….

It seems that my recent article (Olympic Standard Somersault) crossed in the ether with an informative item from GRV containing more details of the upcoming...

Olympic standard somersault at the dogs

Often I wonder why state authorities make something hard when it would be dead simple to make it easy. Share the worry, so to speak....

Tabcorp about to take a punt

Anyone remember those heady days when you could do the rounds of the betting ring and pick out the bookie offering the best price? A...

Queensland greyhounds get $1.7 million boost but where is the new track?

Queensland greyhound racing prizemoney is set to get a modest $1.7 million boost under the Queensland Government’s Racing Queensland’s Investment Growth Plan released yesterday that...

Greyhound transparency lost in translation

Just a couple of weeks ago I highlighted the reluctance of state authorities to tell the public and industry participants what was going on. They...

Greyhound progress – late but welcome

Wonderful news for the Upper Hunter town of Muswellbrook. An unknown amount of cash (out of the $30m or so donated by the NSW government...

Greyhounds working in the dark – mostly

The NSW Greyhound Welfare and Integrity Commission (GWIC) is not responsible for everything that happens in a greyhound race but it is influential and has...
Angle Park

Angle Park greyhound racing to close for over four months

South Australia’s home of greyhound racing, Angle Park, will close in early April for a period of approximately four months to allow for track and...

Greyhound Tracks Are Money Makers – Or Not?

Australia's most controversial greyhound commentator Bruce Teague takes another look at the track design of our major city greyhound racing tracks and wonders how much...