GA appears before Tasmanian Parliamentary Inquiry

Monday 6 July 2015

GA CEO Scott Parker appeared before the Tasmanian Parliament’s Inquiry into Greyhound Racing in Tasmania on 1 July 2015.

Amongst other issues, the committee conducting the Inquiry asked about GA’s leadership in seeking to reduce breeding volume and improve the number of greyhound adoptions as the key components of eliminating unnecessary euthanasia, the whereabouts of the greyhounds that do not progress to a racing career, the relationship between GA and Tasracing, the quality of Tasracing’s participant consultation, and GA’s work to identify the requirements of industry to build its social licence to operate.

Click here to read GA’s Submission to the Inquiry.

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Greyhounds Australasia (GA) Chief executive Scott Parker today welcomed the NSW government’s decision to overturn its ban on greyhound racing.

“The national greyhound racing industry is extremely pleased that the NSW government has listened to participants and the community and taken the decision to allow greyhound racing to continue.


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