Tragedy at Melbourne Cup
We understand that in today’s Melbourne Cup, the favourite, Admire Rakti, collapsed and died and that Araldo was also seriously injured soon after the race.
Heather Neil interview about cage-free eggs
Opening live export trade into Iran disaster for animal welfare
Today’s announcement by Minister Barnaby Joyce regarding plans to reopen the live export trade to Iran is a step back for animal welfare and for Australian producers.
Live exports: multiple supply chains = multiple risks for livestock
RSPCA Australia is calling on the government to come clean on the extent and location of the facilities animals exported live for slaughter can end up in, following today’s release of seven Departm
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.
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