Alleged criminal activity within live export industry exposed
RSPCA Australia is demanding an independent investigation into live export company Livestock Shipping Services (LSS) following serious allegations of criminal activity by its general manager.
RSPCA urges Joyce not to turn his back on animal welfare
RSPCA Australia is calling on Minister for Agriculture Barnaby Joyce to abandon any plans to scrap or change the Exporter Supply Chain Assurance System following his recent trip to Saudi Arabia.
Cracking open hidden cruelty
Every day millions of Australians are unknowingly contributing to animal cruelty by buying and consuming products containing cage eggs.
Farmers, cattle to benefit from new trade agreement with Japan
RSPCA Australia has welcomed the new trade agreement with Japan which will see tariffs on frozen beef halved to 19.5 percent over the next 18 years.
Inquiry fails to protect NSW greyhounds
The RSPCA is disappointed that the recommendations of a parliamentary inquiry into greyhound racing in New South Wales fail to provide the reform the industry needs.
ICJ ruling on whaling welcomed
The RSPCA applauds the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on its ruling to stop Japan’s whaling program in the Southern Ocean.