Pre-election NSW Rally in March

The Coalition is organising a pre-election rally in NSW opposing the use of tax payer money to support the cruel and corrupt greyhound racing industry.   Please put the time and date in your calendar and print out or share our information flyer far and wide.   Thank you!   See flyer here: Rally flyer... Continue Reading →

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Is Greyhound Racing a Strong Employer?

Recently the Greyhounds Owners Trainers and Breeders Association (GOTBA) has called on their members to counter animal welfare advocates’ arguments against greyhound racing. In issue 36 of Greyhound Monthly Victoria, GOBTA state “Participants need to know facts such as that Victorian greyhound racing supports close to 3,000 full time equivalent positions (FTE) in Victoria alone.”... Continue Reading →

Government support for greyhound racing is self-serving and justified through the deception that it provides economic benefits.

  An evidence-based industry ban followed by a politically motivated reversal.  In June 2016, following a year long, comprehensive NSW Commission of Inquiry into the New South Wales (NSW) greyhound racing industry costing hundreds of thousands of tax payer dollars, 80 recommendations were made. The top recommendation was to shut down industry [1]. Based on... Continue Reading →

2016 NSW Commission of Inquiry report documents.

The 2016 NSW Commission of Inquiry report volumes 1 to 4 are being attached here - for safe keeping. They are no longer easily accessible on the NSW government website.   The links for Volumes 1 to 4e are below:   Report-SCI-Greyhound-Racing-Industry-NSW-Volume-1   Report-SCI-Greyhound-Racing-Industry-NSW-Volume-2   Report-SCI-Greyhound-Racing-Industry-NSW-Volume-3   Report-SCI-Greyhound-Racing-Industry-NSW-Volume-4a   Report-SCI-Greyhound-Racing-Industry-NSW-Volume-4b   Report-SCI-Greyhound-Racing-Industry-NSW-Volume-4c   Report-SCI-Greyhound-Racing-Industry-NSW-Volume-4d  ... Continue Reading →

AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT REPORT SHOWS THAT PEOPLE WHO BET ON RACES ARE TWICE AS LIKELY TO EXPERIENCE GAMBLING-RELATED PROBLEMS AS THE AVERAGE AUSTRALIAN GAMBLER.

Key Findings In 2015, nearly one million Australians regularly gambled on horse and dog racing. Most race bettors were men, and aged between 30 and 64. Some 400,000 experienced one or more gambling-related problems. Forty-one per cent (41%) of all regular race bettors (403,000 adults) experienced one or more gambling-related problems In a typical month,... Continue Reading →

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