Continuing on his rhetoric in April, the Morrison government is fast-tracking laws to punish those they believe are as ‘agri-terrorists’.
Last year, the government recorded the conditions that live sheep suffer during export. However, their “official version” has some substantial details missing.
The government’s crackdown on the live export industry has been pushed back, as animal welfare experts decry the latest decision.
Despite the promises of change, only a complete ban will erase the damage done by live sheep export.
I, like many, was appalled to hear what our sheep face during export. In the wake of the McCarthy review, the measures we’re introducing will enable a more humane approach.
Chetna Prakash looks at how city-dwelling, coffee-sipping Australians can make good on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Following Barnaby Joyce’s visit to Indonesia, Max Walden believes him to be our best hope in patching our tattered relationship with our biggest neighbour.