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12th October 2014 Logan community members and a coalition of greyhound protection groups have turned out in force to loudly protest state government plans to build a new greyhound racing track at Cronulla Park, Slacks Creek. Two hundred and thirty protesters, along with dozens of...
23rd September 2014 Animal Liberation Queensland reports a further 1,000 plus signatures were lodged with the Logan City Council on Tuesday 16th September opposing the ‘socially unacceptable’ Cronulla Park Greyhound Complex.  The number of local residents and visitors to Logan who are...
1st September 2014 Animal Liberation Queensland [ALQ] is extremely disappointed that Bendigo Bank sponsored the Ipswich Greyhound Puppy Auction last Sunday 24 August at Ipswich Showgrounds.  Whilst, on the one hand, the Bendigo Bank commendably supports homeless animal adoption, it is...
30th May 2014 Animal Liberation Qld welcomes Attorney General, Jarrod Bleijie’s comments this week: “gambling can cause irreparable damage to families and individuals, so it’s vital we provide as much support as possible....”   However his comments at the launch of Responsible Gambling...
28th April 2014 The Strong Choices campaign pretends Queenslanders have a say in deciding how to reduce the state’s enormous $80 billion debt. But one item that isn’t presented as an option for taxpayers to cut funding from is the new greyhound racing track at Cronulla Park, Logan. The...
27th March 2014 Animal Liberation Qld is alarmed at the announcement last weekend by Queensland Racing Minister, Steve Dickson, giving the go ahead to the new greyhound racing track at Cronulla Park, Logan.  In response, the animal rights group has started an e-petition with the State...
16th March 2014 Animal Liberation Qld is outraged at last night’s announcement by Queensland Racing Minister Steve Dickson, giving the green light to a new greyhound racing track at Cronulla Park, Logan. “This is extremely disappointing news. Millions of tax payer dollars are going to be...

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