David Littleproud has announced three new measures in response to last night’s 60 Minutes program that exposed sheep welfare issues for live exports boat shipments.
Bill Shorten has described the live exports industry as a “national disgrace” and warned a business as usual approach is unacceptable.
EMANUEL Exports Director Nicholas Daws has apologised for his company’s role in the latest controversy that’s placed the live exports industry under political pressure.
David Littleproud will meet with Animals Australia and other stakeholders today, including the RSPCA, as fallout continues over the latest controversy to hit the live exports industry.
Melissa Price will have the “lion’s share” of responsibility for the outcomes of a farmer-focussed review of the EPBC Act.
David Littleproud says there'll be no 'knee-jerk response as the live export industry braces for a fresh public showdown courtesy of 60 Minutes tonight.
SUGAR cane farmers have hit back at Prince Charles over comments made during his visit to Australia about the use of banned chemicals impacting the Great Barrier Reef.
NEW figures showing 110 staff have exited the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicine Agency during its relocation to Armidale from Canberra.
THE ship at the centre of the latest live exports controversy is likely to depart Fremantle early next week but with tighter animal welfare conditions imposed by the federal government.
David Littleproud’s tough talking in calling out BS over the latest live exports controversy, indicates he’s deadly serious about taking action.