Greens: No Taxpayer Blood Money for Greyhound Racing Cruelty to Continue

Greens NSW Animal Welfare Spokesperson, Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC, has said that the Government must not give the greyhound racing industry one cent if it is intent on lifting the ban on greyhound racing. The Daily Telegraph has reported that the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party and the Christian Democrats are demanding massive taxpayer subsidies for the industry or they will block the repeal bill.

Dr Faruqi said: “Any public money given to greyhound racing would be a reward for the killing of tens of thousands of greyhounds and for a culture of cover up and secrecy.

Greens: No Taxpayer Blood Money for Greyhound Racing Cruelty to Continue

Greens NSW Animal Welfare Spokesperson, Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC, has said that the Government must not give the greyhound racing industry one cent if it is intent on lifting the ban on greyhound racing. The Daily Telegraph has reported that the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party and the Christian Democrats are demanding massive taxpayer subsidies for the industry or they will block the repeal bill.

Dr Faruqi said: “Any public money given to greyhound racing would be a reward for the killing of tens of thousands of greyhounds and for a culture of cover up and secrecy.

Greens: No Taxpayer Blood Money for Greyhound Racing Cruelty to Continue

Greens NSW Animal Welfare Spokesperson, Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC, has said that the Government must not give the greyhound racing industry one cent if it is intent on lifting the ban on greyhound racing. The Daily Telegraph has reported that the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party and the Christian Democrats are demanding massive taxpayer subsidies for the industry or they will block the repeal bill.

Dr Faruqi said: “Any public money given to greyhound racing would be a reward for the killing of tens of thousands of greyhounds and for a culture of cover up and secrecy.

What Did the Premier Know? Greens Move to Force Government to Release Secret Light Rail Documents

Greens NSW MP and Transport Spokesperson, Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC, will today introduce a motion to force the government to release documents that will show whether Premier Gladys Berejiklian was dishonest to the public on a $549 million blowout in the cost of the Sydney light rail project.

Today, the Sydney Morning Herald revealed that the Premier was given details of the $549 million blowout weeks before, as transport minister, she issued information saying the cost blowout was due to scope changes. But the government is refusing to release these documents.

What Did the Premier Know? Greens Move to Force Government to Release Secret Light Rail Documents

Greens NSW MP and Transport Spokesperson, Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC, will today introduce a motion to force the government to release documents that will show whether Premier Gladys Berejiklian was dishonest to the public on a $549 million blowout in the cost of the Sydney light rail project.

Today, the Sydney Morning Herald revealed that the Premier was given details of the $549 million blowout weeks before, as transport minister, she issued information saying the cost blowout was due to scope changes. But the government is refusing to release these documents.

What Did the Premier Know? Greens Move to Force Government to Release Secret Light Rail Documents

Greens NSW MP and Transport Spokesperson, Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC, will today introduce a motion to force the government to release documents that will show whether Premier Gladys Berejiklian was dishonest to the public on a $549 million blowout in the cost of the Sydney light rail project.

Today, the Sydney Morning Herald revealed that the Premier was given details of the $549 million blowout weeks before, as transport minister, she issued information saying the cost blowout was due to scope changes. But the government is refusing to release these documents.

What Did the Premier Know? Greens Move to Force Government to Release Secret Light Rail Documents

Greens NSW MP and Transport Spokesperson, Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC, will today introduce a motion to force the government to release documents that will show whether Premier Gladys Berejiklian was dishonest to the public on a $549 million blowout in the cost of the Sydney light rail project.

Today, the Sydney Morning Herald revealed that the Premier was given details of the $549 million blowout weeks before, as transport minister, she issued information saying the cost blowout was due to scope changes. But the government is refusing to release these documents.

What Did the Premier Know? Greens Move to Force Government to Release Secret Light Rail Documents

Greens NSW MP and Transport Spokesperson, Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC, will today introduce a motion to force the government to release documents that will show whether Premier Gladys Berejiklian was dishonest to the public on a $549 million blowout in the cost of the Sydney light rail project.

Today, the Sydney Morning Herald revealed that the Premier was given details of the $549 million blowout weeks before, as transport minister, she issued information saying the cost blowout was due to scope changes. But the government is refusing to release these documents.

Secret Greyhound Racing Documents to Be Released

The NSW Legislative Council has voted to release hundreds of Greyhound Racing NSW papers that had previously been declared as ‘privileged’. Greens NSW Animal Welfare Spokesperson Dr Mehreen Faruqi’s motion to force Greyhound Racing NSW to release thousands of documents related to greyhound welfare passed the Legislative Council in September last year, but thousands of documents in 118 boxes were declared ‘privileged’ and not accessible by the public.

Secret Greyhound Racing Documents to Be Released

The NSW Legislative Council has voted to release hundreds of Greyhound Racing NSW papers that had previously been declared as ‘privileged’. Greens NSW Animal Welfare Spokesperson Dr Mehreen Faruqi’s motion to force Greyhound Racing NSW to release thousands of documents related to greyhound welfare passed the Legislative Council in September last year, but thousands of documents in 118 boxes were declared ‘privileged’ and not accessible by the public.