Greyhounds Australasia Launches New Website

Wednesday 19 August 2015

Greyhounds Australasia (GA) today launched a brand new website.

The new site is a significant update with improved navigation and mobile compatibility making it a much more attractive place to find greyhound racing information. The redesigned site will soon allow participants to submit application forms, and pay fees, to GA on-line.

GA CEO Scott Parker said the new site replaced a site which was difficult to navigate, unpleasant to view, and unusable on mobile devices.

“The new GA website better reflects the professional nature of the greyhound racing industry and brings the organisation’s key communication tool more in line with the quality of its member controlling authority websites.

“The new GA site is much easier to navigate, placing those items of most interest and those most often visited in full view of the user on the home page.  It is a pleasure to view and is now mobile device compatible.

“The soon to be added ability to complete forms, and pay fees, on-line should please many participants. 

“GA is playing an important role in the sustainability of a national greyhound racing industry.  We will be using this new site to keep participants, the public and other stakeholders updated on the progress of our reform program including the changes and improvements to the industry’s greyhound welfare and integrity performance,” Mr Parker said. 

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