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Moss Review won’t be enough to fix live sheep exports: RSPCA

Wednesday, 31st October 2018

The logical conclusion of the findings of the Moss Review is that the live sheep trade must come to an end, says the RSPCA.

RSPCA condemns decision to let Maysora sail

Tuesday, 18th September 2018

The RSPCA has condemned the Australian Government’s decision to allow troubled live sheep export ship MV Maysora to load 30,000 sheep and sail into unc

RSPCA welcomes historic Senate vote on live sheep export

Monday, 10th September 2018

The RSPCA has expressed relief and thanks following today’s history-making Senate vote in favour of phasing-out live sheep exports.

‘Historic moment in animal welfare’ as RSPCA urges support for Bill to end long-haul live sheep exports

Monday, 21st May 2018

The RSPCA has welcomed today’s Private Member’s Bill to end the long-haul live export of sheep, and says it’s time for producers to take the final steps to protect the welfare of these last

RSPCA escalates call for independent observers on live export ships

Monday, 14th May 2018

The RSPCA says the live export industry’s dismissal efforts to place an independent observer on board ships casts serious doubt over its claims of increased transparency and accountability.

‘Embarrassing’ ALEC submission fails to reflect science, community concern over live export cruelty

Tuesday, 8th May 2018

The RSPCA says the Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council’s (ALEC) submission to the McCarthy review shows a worrying but predictable lack of understanding of the gravity of the current si